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Thor first met global success in 2011 in his debut movie before his stardom status was taken to the next level by the mega-blockbuster Avengers Assemble. He truly is a mighty force to be reckoned within the Marvel cinematic universe.


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veryone's favourite Asguardian God, Thor will be returning to our cinema screens in late 2013 when Chris Hemsworth


makes his second solo appearance as the


God of Thunder. The much-anticipated sequel, Thor: The Dark World, will hit cinemas worldwide in early November 2013, and is set to continue the packed calendar of Avengers-based activity, following hot on the heels of 2012's record-breaking The Avengers and coming just months after Iron Man 3. Based on the mythological Norse God of Thunder, Marvel's Thor has been a perennial member of the Avengers team for the last 50 years. Unlike the other Avengers breakout characters, Thor has not previously been the subject of eponymous television series or movies. This means that, outside of the comic books, he had always been part of a team. The first Thor film, released in 2011, was a great success at the box-office, where it


became the third highest-grossing film from the Marvel cinematic universe. “There's a lot of behind the scenes work to ensure accuracy,” said Simon


Phillips, general manager of Consumer Products, The Walt Disney Company EMEA. “We make sure that we stay true to the original comic book character. We know that we have a real responsibility to both lifelong fans and new audiences, so the comics themselves are richly mined to ensure that we take full advantage of the connected story arcs that go back as far as the characters themselves.” As a superhero with a long- established legacy across multiple


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