Tuesday, July 16, 2013

NEW COMIC CON "THOR 2: THE DARK WORLD" POSTER WITH CHRIS HEMSWORTH, ANTHONY HOPKINS, TOM HIDDLESTON! FIRST PICTURES FROM "MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS" MOVIE WITH CAMILLE RUTHERFORD, ANEURIN BARNARD, TONY CURRAN!

  THOR 2 THE DARK WORLD
 EPIC NEW POSTER IS HERE
The first thing to check out today is the rather spectacular Comic Con poster for THOR 2: THE DARK WORLD showing our blond God (Chris Hemsworth) soaring towards the sky with his daddy dearest Odin (Anthony Hopkins) and his favourite nemesis Loki (Tom Hiddleston) watching him from the background. Opening this November in cinemas, the superhero adventure will see Thor battling to save the Nine Realms from a mysterious enemy older than the universe itself. A primeval race led by Malekith, who is out for revenge, intends to plunge the universe into darkness. Confronted by an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot overcome, Thor must set out on a dangerous journey that will force him to make the ultimate sacrifice. Idris Elba plays Heimdall, Asgardian sentry, Zachary Levi as Fandral and Ray Stevenson as Volstagg are Thor's closest friends, Christopher Eccleston is Malekith, the ruler of the Dark Elves of Svartalfheim, while Rene Russo is Frigga, queen of Asgard and Thor's stepmother.

  MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS
 PICS FROM HISTORICAL FILM
I'm sure you are eagerly anticipating the Fall premiere of REIGN, new CW epic show on Mary Queen of Scots, which will focus on her teen days spent at the French court filled with intrigues and plots, but there is also a movie on MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS in development and  you can see first pictures from it today. It is coming from German producers and will be based on the book by famous Stefan Zweig. Directed by Thomas Imbach it will see young Camille Rutherford playing the queen who lost three kingdoms, the wife who lost three husbands and the woman who lost her head. The film also has Aneurin Barnard (THE WHITE QUEEN), Tony Curran (DEFIANCE) and Sean Biggerstaff in the cast. Mary was queen of France and Scotland, and many people considered her a legitimate queen of England too, but she was held imprisoned by Elizabeth and later on executed by her. However, she, in a way, won over Elizabeth, since her son James I became the heir to Elizabeth's throne as the new king of England.

54 comments:

  1. Cool poster.

    I'd love to see Mary, Queen of Scots.

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    1. Mary will be quite present in next few years, since beside the above one and REIGN show, next year will also mark the start of production on MARY film with Saoirse Ronan :)

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  2. Hunksworth didn't even take his shirt off in the trailer. WTH?????

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    1. yep, neither Hunksworth nor Hiddlestud, not even FanMyDral nor HeimYourDall :(

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  3. Bring on the Gods... I am in for it, I am already sitting in the show to see this.

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  4. Sean Biggerstaff? Boy, he must've gotten some teasing when he was at school *snicker, snicker*

    Looking forward to Thor :)

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    1. you know, I pondered on his surname too :) Naughty minds think alike :)

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  5. Thor ! Or marvel movies is my favorites , i like ;)
    Greetings

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  6. Hi Thor...my name is Melanie. How you doin'?

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    1. he's not feeling well, too much dark stuff to deal with :(

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    2. I would be willing to help brighten his day!

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    3. Take your place in the line......

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  7. Thor!! What a post to come back to. Sorry I've been away so long. Don't sic the penguins on me yet, pretty please. :) I love all the pics and both of these appeal to me immensely. I really admire Mary. And well, Chris and Tom are a delicious duo. ;P

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    1. poor Mary, she really didn't have a happy life, poor lass :( I recommend the book too, Stefan Zveig was my fave author when I was in High School devouring historical novels :)

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    2. Thanks! I will check it out. Left you a FB message explaining my disappearance dear. :)

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    3. answered it already :) Sorry to hear what happened :(

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  8. Love both updates but specially that of Thor ~

    Happy week Dezzy ~ Smiles from BC

    Grace

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    1. hey, Grace, back from holidays? :)

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    2. Nope, still here in BC ~ I am waiting in between trips to lakes & beaches ~ Today its up the beautiful mountain ~

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    3. yep, I've just read it over at your place :) Seems like you're having a brilliant time. Love the mountains!

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  9. I do hope we get to see Thor naked in this one-I do so love his mighty hammer:)

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    1. I echo the sentiments Anne! Naked Thor all the way, baby. ;)

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    2. there, the crowd has voiced their opinion :)

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  10. Every time I read Mary's story or see it in film, I want it to end differently. Just once. I'll see this one and still hope she escapes that rotten sister of hers. :-)

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    1. me too, especially when I read Zveig's amazing novel on her for the first time. Elisabeth killed her own son, so it's not a surprise that she killed a cousin of her too :(

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  11. Elizabeth ran a ruthless queendom, for sure. She was no Imperial Inter Galactic whatever you call yourself, but she did stay in power for a long time. But you know I'll watch Reign. I love all those old queens. :P

    And Thor should be fun. I was surprised how much I liked the first movie. Hiddlestud is definitely one reason why, though. He plays a great pscyho. :)

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    1. she was a vile woman, for sure, even though the Brits love her :( I guess she was her father's and mother's daughter. Me, me, me and only me, I'm Gloriana and such crap :)

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  12. The first Thor was okay, I suppose things can get better, trailer was okay.

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    1. loved the epic Asgard scenes in it.

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  13. Looking forward to both movies!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  14. Mary Queen of Scots looks pretty good.

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  15. Thor looks great and I love that poster

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  16. Hopefully the second Thor movie does better than the first. I heard that it was pretty bad.

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    1. don't know where you heard that, Damien. It was a huge blockbuster and all people loved it. I haven't watched it myself since I cannot stand Natalie Portman

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  17. Mary Queen of Scots looks like another series to look forward to. Thank you for the review of Populaire. I was able to see it but will probably watch it again once the version with english subtitles is released.

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    1. Glad you liked POPULAIRE, Arni :)

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  18. I've never even seen Thor 1. Maybe that's because I don't have a penchant for hammered men. :p

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    1. I haven't either, can't stand his missus in the film!

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    2. Who is she? Don't answer that. I'll have a look.
      I can't find it. Who is she?

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