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It’s the silliest of all the Marvel properties—which is kind of saying something—but , which was the weakest link in the Marvel chain.Thor remains bland as a hero, but Hemsworth has grown as an actor and he’s got more assurance and swagger in this one."Daaaamn, easy when them teefs guurrlll" If you thought Chris Hemworth's wife, Elsa Pataky, was going to let her husband kiss Natalie Portman, well, I did too, but apparently she didn't.New York Daily News reports: If it looked like Chris Hemsworth wasn’t just acting during his passionate kiss at the end of the credits on “Thor: The Dark World” – it’s because he wasn’t.It’s not due in the US for a couple more weeks but early reviews are out and are mostly positive thus far.I haven’t seen anything from it since it was revamped to let Loki live, but what I did see before that pretty major plot change was really enjoyable.Unfortunately, he still gets creamed by Hiddles whenever Thor and Loki share the screen (which isn’t often in acts one or three).
As delightful as Loki is when he’s being a bastard, it’s when the chinks in his armor become visible that the movie hits its sincerest moments.It's like being tired of eating cereal at home so you leave and go to a cereal restaurant. Well, if that's true, she's either one of two things: 1. Seriously, that smile could be just a little bit of the ol' acting! What we don't get is why someone wouldn't want to spend as much time as possible with Thor looking all handsome and muscled to the maxxx! Either way, we're pumped for this sequel — the first one was such a charming surprise as Hemsworth really made the character his own! Kat Dennings rode the float sponsored by Boob Management, LLC, and the Sexy Beast Emporium float featured Christopher Eccleston, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, and the sexiest beast of them all, Idris Elba.Bringing up the rear of the parade was the godfather of Hiddlemas, Joss Whedon, who flung candy at children and then slowly strangled Stellan Skarsgard for reasons he cited as being “imperative” and “narratively justified”.