Film trailer: 'Thor' in 3D
Monday 13 December 2010
The first trailer for the epic adventure of Marvel Comics'
Thor was released on December 11. The film stars Chris Hemsworth (
Star Trek) in the title role and Natalie Portman (
Black Swan) as his love interest.
The film shows the troublesome thunder god of Norse mythology being cast out from the realm of Asgard by his father. As punishment for reigniting a devastating war, Thor is banished to modern day Earth.
After an interrogation about his superpowers, Thor's strength of character is tested when a villain from his former world sends the formidable Destroyer to invade Earth. Thor must rise to the occasion, wielding his magic hammer to defend his new home and become a hero.
The film also co-stars Anthony Hopkins ( The Wolfman), Stellan Skarsgard ( Angels and Demons), and Clark Gregg ( Iron Man films) and directed by Kenneth Branagh ( Sleuth, Hamlet).
Thor hits theaters May 6, 2011.
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