'Thor 2: The Dark World' SPOILERS & VIDEO: First Glimpse At Loki As New Trailer Is Set For Release, Details
Fans will surely be happy to hear that the Thor 2: The Dark Ages trailer is now set to be launched next week, which may serve to minimalize the blockbuster sequels speculation.
Fans will surely be happy to hear that a brand new Thor 2: The Dark Ages trailer is set to be launched next week, which may serve to minimalize the blockbuster sequels speculation.
According to the British Board of Film Classification, the footage should last for approximately 1 minute and 41 seconds.
Cosmic Book News reported that when BBFC lists details for a trailer, it's usually on the Internet the following week.
The site also stated that fans will get their first glimpse of actor Tom Hiddleston playing the part of Loki, as no footage of the 32-year-old has yet to be rolled out.
At the beginning of January, Hiddleston had spoken to Belfast Telegraph on the happenings on set between the cast and crew during filming.
"It's fantastic, truly. We are making an amazing film, and we're having a wonderful time. It's so exciting to have established characters and an established characters and an established setting in the world, and we are working so hard to cook up something new," he said.
Hiddleston also commended his co-workers for their extensive effort into the project.
"That is what is exciting me, taking what we know, taking what we love and deepening it and giving it an extra dimension. I think director Alan Taylor is really shaping up the world of Asgard and the world of these characters," he added.
Aside from its lead Chris Hemsworth (Thor), the highly anticipated flick will also star Natalie Portman (Jane Foster), Anthony Hopkins (Odin), Idris Elba (Heimidall), Zachary Levi (Fandral), Jaime Alexander (Sif), Christopher Eccleston (Malekith the Accursed), Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Kurse), and Hiddleston (Loki).
Thor 2: The Dark World is slated for its big screen release on Friday, Nov. 8. Keep checking back for more of the latest details on the future hit.