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Thor: The Dark World (2013)

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Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos… but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all.

Director: Alan Taylor
Writers: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Christopher Yost.

Release Date: 2013-10-29
Status: Released
Run time: 112 min / 1:52
Budget: $170,000,000
Revenue: $644,571,402
Production Company : Marvel Studios
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2013-10-29
Status: Released
Run time: 112 min / 1:52
Budget: $170,000,000
Revenue: $644,571,402

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Chris Hemsworth
as Thor Odinson
Natalie Portman
as Jane Foster
Tom Hiddleston
as Loki
Anthony Hopkins
as Odin
Stellan Skarsgård
as Erik Selvig
Idris Elba
as Heimdall
Christopher Eccleston
as Malekith
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
as Algrim / Kurse
Kat Dennings
as Darcy Lewis
Ray Stevenson
as Volstagg
Tadanobu Asano
as Hogun
Zachary Levi
as Fandral
Jaimie Alexander
as Sif
Rene Russo
as Frigga
Chris O'Dowd
as Richard
Alice Krige
as Eir
Jonathan Howard
as Ian Boothby
Benicio del Toro
as Taneleer Tivan / The Collector (uncredited)
Ophelia Lovibond
as Carina (uncredited)
Tony Curran
as Bor (uncredited)
Clive Russell
as Tyr
Richard Brake
as Einherjar Lieutenant
Chris Evans
as Loki as Captain America (uncredited)
Stan Lee
as Himself
Elsa Pataky
as Jane Foster stand-in
Ramone Morgan
as John
Obada Alassadi
as Navid
Imaan Chentouf
as Maddie
Claire Brown
as Volstagg's Wife
Henry Calcutt
as Volstagg's Child #1
Ava Caton
as Volstagg's Child #2
Abbie McCann
as Volstagg's Child #3
Thomas Arnold
as Desk Officer
Sam Swainsbury
as Stonehenge TV News Reporter
Connor Donaghey
as Sad Child
Royce Pierreson
as Student
Annabel Norbury
as Woman on Platform
Sophie Cosson
as Wench #1
Justin Edwards
as Police Officer #1
Gruffudd Glyn
as Police Officer #2
Steve Scott
as Himself
Brett Tucker
as Einherjar Guard
Talulah Riley
as Nurse
Richard Wharton
as Asylum Patient


Directing Alan Taylor Director
Writing Don Payne Story
Writing Christopher Markus Screenplay
Writing Stephen McFeely Screenplay
Camera Kramer Morgenthau Director of Photography
Production Kevin Feige Producer
Production Stan Lee Executive Producer
Sound Brian Tyler Original Music Composer
Editing Malcolm Jamieson Editor
Production Louis D'Esposito Executive Producer
Production Sarah Finn Casting
Production Priscilla John Casting
Costume & Make-Up Wendy Partridge Costume Design
Writing Christopher Yost Screenplay
Writing Jane Wu Storyboard
Crew Brian N. Bentley Compositors
Visual Effects James Baker Visual Effects
Crew Chris O'Connell Visual Effects Editor
Crew Erik Classen Compositors
Crew Damion Poitier Stunts
Crew Sian Milne Stunts
Production Victoria Alonso Executive Producer
Production Kenneth Branagh Producer
Production Jamie Christopher Associate Producer
Production Alan Fine Executive Producer
Production Nigel Gostelow Executive Producer
Production David J. Grant Associate Producer
Production Craig Kyle Executive Producer
Production Ivan Lam Line Producer
Art Julian Ashby Art Direction
Art Thomas Brown Art Direction
Art Ray Chan Supervising Art Director
Art Jordan Crockett Art Direction
Art Adriaan Engelbrecht Art Direction
Art Matthew Robinson Art Direction
Art Mike Stallion Art Direction
Art Hayley Easton Street Art Direction
Art Mark Swain Art Direction
Art John Bush Set Decoration
Writing Robert Rodat Story
Crew Wayne Dalglish Stunt Coordinator
Crew Wayne Dalglish Stunts
Art Rick Newsome Storyboard Designer
Art Kevin Timon Hill Art Department Assistant

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  • Marvel's "Thor: The Dark World" continues the big-screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms from a shadowy enemy that predates the universe ...

  • Thor: The Dark World is an entertaining superhero sequel that comes to life whenever Loki is on-screen.

  • For Thor: The Dark World boasts not one, not three, but two of the suckers, with one coming right at the end, so you even have time to nip out for a loo break before rushing back to catch it.

  • All that being noted, Thor: The Dark World is another fine chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Directed by Marvel-newcomer Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones), the story continues the emotional journey of the would-be Asgardian king as Thor continues to be torn between two worlds and family obligations.

  • Thor: The Dark World – review 2 / 5 stars 2 out of 5 stars. With Tom Hiddleston overshadowed by an apocalyptically dull new villain, Thor’s return is punctuated by thunderous boredom

  • THOR: THE DARK WORLD begins on the eve of the Convergence, when the Nine Realms are about to align, enemies from the past return to haunt and imperil the citizens of Asgard and everyone else.

  • What? There was a Thor 1 and 2? No way. What there was a Star Wars 1, 2, and a 3? Crazy world. Whatever bring on Guardians of the Galaxy. Dark world is a great addition to the tapestry that Marvel has been building with Disney money. There is that enough words?

  • Ultimately Thor: The Dark World is a more consistently entertaining experience than the original, even if Branagh’s campy mockery is missed. The action is more visceral and executed on an ...

  • Visually, "Thor: The Dark World" is a step back after "Thor," which at least looked unique enough. But in most other respects, "Thor: The Dark World" is a step in the right direction. The scene where Thor enlists Loki's help is a perfect example of the film's slight but memorable improvements.

  • In my honest opinion the sequel "Thor: The Dark World" was much better and the strongest sequel in my opinion, it is a good sequel too "Thor". It was much better than the original for the sci-fi dark fantasy, CGI special effects, better action sequences than in the first one and it is a true sequel to the first film.