Kit Harington has put Marvel Studios on the spot, asking why it is yet to cast an openly gay actor in a starring role.
Taika Waititi, the Kiwi director behind Thor: Ragnarok, is about to set cameras rolling on his latest project, an anti-war satire called Jojo Rabbit.
The numbers are in, and 'Thor: Ragnarok' has hauled in an impressive a sterling $121 million on its opening weekend in the US.
Early 'Thor: Ragnarok' trailers showed a very different version of the key scene, so why did the destruction of Mjolnir change in the finished film? The director explains.
Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ director Taika Waititi have stopping traffic on the set of the forthcoming Marvel movie. Hiddleston, reprising his role as antagonist/anti-hero/adopted brother Loki, appears to have taken a leaf out of John Travolta’s book from ‘Pulp Fiction’, sporting a black, hit-man style suit. Meanwhile, Hemsworth appears to have his flowing Thor locks fully intact, after rumours that the Norse god was going to be busting a short ‘do for this new instalment.