Thor: Marvel Chief’s Hammer Of The Gods
In his blog which he maintains on the Marvel site, he was asked to quell scepticism about the new Kenneth Branagh helmed project.
“People are going to go into this movie with a preconceived idea about what it will be,” he said. “If you’re a comics fan, you’ll have a preconceived notion of what you’re going to get. If you’re a non-comics fan, you’ll have another notion of what the movie is all about.
“And what’s really amazing is that both groups will walk away going, ‘I’ve never seen anything like this before within the superhero genre’. It’s so cool, and I don’t want to use the word unusual, but it is unusual in the sense that it redefines what a superhero movie can be.
“It’s not the expected story or settings. That part of it is incredibly exciting to me.”
The movie, due for release in 2011 already has Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins attached with Star Trek star (and former Home and Away actor) Chris Hemsworth in the title role.