Saturday, May 7, 2011

'Thor's' Chris Hemsworth is latest actor and superhero

Look up on the marquee! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's another superhero movie.<Br /><Br /> Spandex and capes are in fashion in the summer of 2011 is shaping up as four big superhero films hit the big screen, continuing Hollywood's fascination with comic books.<Br /><BR />First up, opening May 6, is Thor. Australian god Chris Hemsworth proves worthy of lifting the hammer of the Norse God of Thunder. The character, created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1962 will also be back in 2012 in franchise-within-a-franchise movie, 'The Avengers.'

Look up on the marquee! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's another superhero movie.

Spandex and capes are in fashion in the summer of 2011 is shaping up as four big superhero films hit the big screen, continuing Hollywood's fascination with comic books.

First up, opening May 6, is Thor. Australian god Chris Hemsworth proves worthy of lifting the hammer of the Norse God of Thunder. The character, created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1962 will also be back in 2012 in franchise-within-a-franchise movie, 'The Avengers.'
Fellow Asgardian warrior Lady Sif, whose sword is only more slightly deadly than her beauty, is embodied on the big screen by actress Jamie Alexander, last seen in 'Love and Other Drugs.'
Fellow Asgardian warrior Lady Sif, whose sword is only more slightly deadly than her beauty, is embodied on the big screen by actress Jamie Alexander, last seen in 'Love and Other Drugs.'
Loki, Thor's brother and arch-nemesis who forever schemes to attain the throne of Asgard, is played by British actor Tom Hiddleston.
Loki, Thor's brother and arch-nemesis who forever schemes to attain the throne of Asgard, is played by British actor Tom Hiddleston.
Taking over for Sir Ian McKellan under the brooding Magneto's helmet is another fast-rising British actor, Michael Fassbender. The movie follows their doomed friendship before the mutant leaders' rivalry over whether or not to crush the human race.
Taking over for Sir Ian McKellan under the brooding Magneto's helmet is another fast-rising British actor, Michael Fassbender. The movie follows their doomed friendship before the mutant leaders' rivalry over whether or not to crush the human race.

 

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