Hiddleston has been tapped to play a young Hal in both parts of Richard Eyre’s adaptation for BBC TV of Henry IV. Then he’s slated to tackle the same role, this time as King Henry V in Thea Sharrock’s BBC film.
“I play him as Hal in the Henry IV films, when he’s a rebellious drunkard -…
Scene 1 (720p)
Thor and Loki share a brotherly moment.
Scene 2 (1080p)
Introduction of Sif and The Warriors Three.
Scene 3 (1080p)
Frigga reassures Thor.
Scene 4 (720p)
Thor convinces Loki, Sif, and The Warriors Three to go to Jotunheim.
Scene 5 (1080p)
Extended hospital scene.
Scene 6 (1080p)
Odin and Frigga argue over Thor’s banishment.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get to see OR download this scene before it got taken down. If anyone has a link to download it, I’d be grateful! (But I’m going to assume Tom wasn’t in it, otherwise I would have seen gifs of it everywhere, haha.)
Scene 8 (1080p)
Extended Thor and Erik drinking scene.
Scene 9 (720p)
Sif and The Warriors Three go to Midgard to find Thor.
Scene 10 (1080p)
Evacuating the town.
Scene 11 (1080p)
Thor uses a healing stone on Erik.
thank you sl-misfit! Unluckily Scene 7 must have been the scene, when Loki ascends the throne of Asgard. Which means (for all I know) Frigga telling him, that he is king now and he is given the Spear of Odin, symbol of the King.
August 4, 2011
by Alex Billington
Kirk! If you can hear me, open the Bridge! Variety is reporting that Marvel has found a director for Thor 2, to follow-up Joss Whedon’s The Avengers and Shane Black’s Iron Man 3. His name is Brian Kirk, an Irish director mostly of lots of TV work, including 3 episodes of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and various episodes of “Boardwalk Empire”, “Luther”, “Dexter”, “Father & Son” and the UK TV movie My Boy Jack. Kirk “rose to the top of the list of directors vying for the job after he showed his abilities to juggle large ensembles” and complex storylines while “also grounding the fantasy genre” in Thrones. Sounds like he’ll be a good choice.
For those wondering, Kenneth Branagh was given the option to return for the sequel, but decided not to, as we’ve heard him mention before (see my interview). Brian Kirk is currently “in early negotiations”, as the superhero sequel isn’t even set for release until July 26th, 2013, nearly 24 months away. Obviously Chris Hemsworth will be back as Thor and Tom Hiddleston as Loki, but we have yet to see if they’ll bring back the storyline with Jane Foster. I’m honestly impressed with the fresh talent that Marvel is lining up for their next wave of sequels after Avengers, including Shane Black. I thought Branagh did a great job with Thor, but I’m also looking forward to seeing what Brian Kirk can do and where he’ll take us after the big team up.