'Thor: The Dark World' Spoilers: Find Out What Happens To Thor and Loki In 'Thor 2'
Fresh off of the huge "Iron Man 3" spoilers, there is more news from Andrew Lawden, an actor/stuntdouble who is employed by Marvel, about "Thor: The Dark World" (aka Thor 2).
Andrew Lawden spoke to BombadRadio in detail about the plot of "Iron Man 3" and "Thor 2," and, for "Iron Man 3," gave very specific details on certain scenes. The official plot synopsis for "Thor: The Dark World," doesn't give us much, but does hit at a much darker, personal, journey for our alien hero, much like "Iron Man 3" seems to be.
WARNING: HUGE SPOILERS AHEAD
According to Lawden, "Thor 2," will be action packed, and very intense for Thor:
"Thor becomes reunited with Jane who becomes possessed by a Dark Spirit, which is connected with the Dark Elves; a race the Asgardians have fallen out with many years beforehand [...] The Dark Elves attack Asgard, and they take a huge hit. So Thor has to rebuild Asgard by putting together an army to go and take the battle to the Dark Elves and defeat them. But the only way he can do this is - he needs to cross over to the Dark World, and the only person who has access to the dark side of Asgard is his old brother Loki, who at the beginning of the film is locked up in prison.
"So what happens is Thor basically has to negotiate this truce with Loki, and he goes on this great trek with Jane, all three of them. They go to this far side of Asgard, which is being shot in Iceland, where they train and assemble an army to go and attack the Dark Elves' world."
Um...wow. If Chris Hemsworth, director Alan Taylor (who's famous for directing the TV hit, "Game Of Thrones"), and cast can pull this off, it'll be even better than the first "Thor" movie, which I thought was actually really good. And, it seems, for those fans who had a question or two about what was going to happen to Loki, there will be answers. It makes sense that Loki and Thor make up in the movie, considering how popular and integral Loki's character and the actor himself, Tom Hiddleson, has been to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Will Loki actually be on Thor's side as Marvel moves into "Phase 2," or will he be a character that teeters on the edge of good and bad? My guess is that it'll be something similar to the latter, because we all know that Loki can't be completely trusted. Lawden also commented on why Loki and Thor hate the Dark Elves so much, and why they are so angry:
But the exclusive twist...is that one of the things that happens during the Asgardian attack is that Thor's mother gets killed. So it becomes like a vengeance thing. And they were keeping very tight-lipped about what actually happens with Loki, you don't know whether he redeems himself or he's still the bad egg."
According to ScreenRant.com, Rene Russo's character as the mother of Thor and Loki was initially supposed to be much more important. If her character is written off in "Thor 2," they will really need to delve into the relationship between the three in order for the death to have an impact on views.
Keep in mind, the spoilers from "Thor: The Dark World" might be another way Marvel and their executives can keep their true plots secret; by feeding us lies. We can only find out when "Thor: The Dark World" comes out next November.
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