Oct 15, 2013 10:52 AM EDT By Lauren DuBois

‘Thor 2’ SPOILERS: Loki Ultimately Betrays Thor By Attempting To Cut Off His Hand In Leaked Footage? [VIDEOS]

As New York Comic Con ends, leaked footage of Marvel's Thor: The Dark World shown at the San Diego event over the summer has appeared online.

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As New York Comic Con ends, footage of Marvel's Thor: The Dark World shown at the San Diego event over the summer leaked online recently.

The clip, which is a bit dark, appears to show Loki (Tom Hiddleston) betraying Thor (Chris Hemsworth) once again and this time trying to maim his brother for good by attempting to cut off his hand.

"Born to be a king," Loki can be heard saying in the clip. "I asked for one thing in return...proceed to watch Earth burn."

It then looks as if Loki grabs Thor's hand and tries to cut if odd as Thor is heard screaming "NO!"

There is no confirmation on whether this clip has since been taken out of the finished film.

Two new International television clips promoting the film have also been released, according to Comic Book Movie.com. Both also show some expanded footage not previously seen in U.S. videos.

The first clip focuses solely on the relationship between Thor and Loki, but doesn't hint to a moment when Loki betrays his brother during the fight against Malekith (Christopher Eccleston).

"Loki I cannot do this alone," Thor said in the clip.

"To save us all, two enemies must unite," the voiceover in the clip says, before eventually cutting to an extension of a scene shown in the U.S., where Jane (Natalie Portman) gets revenge for Loki's actions in The Avengers.

"You're..." she said as she walked up to Thor and his brother.

"...Loki. You may have heard of me," Loki said as Jane slapped him.

The second clip gives a glimpse of Loki in chains, and also a conversation between Thor and Malekith.

"This does not need to end in more death," Thor said, to which he replies, "It does -- yours."

Thor: The Dark World opens in theaters Nov. 8.


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