Via Tumblr- never-comply-forever-defy: This pose is telling in itself. Has no one ever wondered why, in Loki’s first appearance in The Avengers, he was kneeling? It wasn’t made to look ‘cool’, this is not the typical ‘power stance’ of most villains. It is subservient, and used to show deference to a higher power. From the very beginning, Loki was already showing that he was not in control. @Kelly Teske Goldsworthy Holle
-Prince Charming: smiles like THIS (I like that we're comparing Loki to Prince Charming.)- Crap, that's one of the most beautiful smiles I've ever seen. O_O And he's not Prince Charming, he's Mr. Tall-Dark-and-Handsome. still a prince though ;)
ORIGINAL PINNER: All I can hear is Loki's little baby voice from the top picture saying, "I wuv you bwufer." AND NOW: all I can hear is Loki yelling "Thor, you big oaf!!! You put me down right this instant!!! I said put me down!!!" "No dear brother, I cannot do that. I must escort you back to Asgard. Now stop squirming."
If Thor’s hammer is indeed made of a star, like the Marvel comic book says, it would weigh as much as 300 billion elephants. Assuming the average weight of an elephant, this equates to approximately 4.5 quadrillion pounds.
A Shanghai Movie Theater Is Using A Very, Uh, "Romantic" Fanmade Photoshop To Advertise "Thor 2"
Because not even Marvel could think of viral marketing this great, a movie theater in China mistakenly used a fan-made "Thor: The Dark World" poster to promote the film. The artwork in question shows Thor (Chris Hemsworth) clutching the villainous Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in a loving embrace; the actual poster shows Thor pulling the movie on his girlfriend, Jane (Natalie Portman).