I've never been a fan of the Entertainment Tonight style of reporting. That show is truly a case of overhyping and overteasing, never just showing you what you want to see without some cheesy voiceover or silly graphics. It's to the point that I almost can't sit through a single episode anymore. But occasionally, they'll get a scoop on something that really is cool. So far we haven't seen much from Marvel Studios' THOR, other that one somewhat cryptic photo of Chris Hemsworth in costume, and some concept art of the full costume. But now ET has posted a video from their set visit, and while it mostly consists of a lighthearted interview with Natalie Portman (cuteness factor still intact) and Chris Hemsworth, there are some quick shots from behind the scenes, in which you can see Anthony Hopkins as Odin and what appears to be Tom Hiddleston as Loki in full costume. There's even a few quick action scenes mixed in. It's a nice little tease I suppose for what to expect, and definitely worth a look.
Note to ET: Awkward shots of your interviewer not talking aren't necessary to show the viewer.
Born and raised in Dallas, Mark has been a movie critic since 1994, with reviews featured in print, radio and National TV. In 2001 he started the Entertainment section of the Herorealm website, where he contributed film reviews and celebrity interviews until 2004. After three years of service there, he started Bigfanboy.com, which has become one of the Dallas film community's leading information websites. Bigfanboy hosts several movie screenings in the Texas area, and works closely with film and TV studios and promotional partners to host exciting events and contests. The site also features a variety of rare celebrity and filmmaker interviews, and Bigfanboy.com regularly covers the film festival circuit as well. In addition to Hollywood reporting, Mark has worked for many years as an advertising and sci-fi/comic book artist. Clients have included Lucasfilm Ltd., Topps Trading Cards, The Dallas Mavericks and The Dallas Stars. He currently catalogs rare comic books and movie memorabilia for Heritage Auctions, and runs the Dallas Comic Con and Sci-Fi Expo conventions, but remains an avid moviegoer and cinema buff.
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