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The Dark World poster
TDW title card

On-screen title card.

Thor: The Dark World is a 2013 film, and the second in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase Two. It was produced by Marvel Studios, and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It was directed by Alan Taylor, from a screenplay written by Christopher Yost and Stephen McFeely & Christopher Markus, based on a story by Don Payne and Robert Rodat. It follows Thor, with a second sequel, Thor: Ragnarok, in 2017.

Release dates

  • Leicester Square, England: October 22, 2013
  • United States: November 8, 2013

Briefing

Thor must team up with his disgraced brother, Loki, to save the Nine Realms from Malekith, who intends to plunge the universe into darkness.

Debriefing

Cast

Performers Characters
Starring
Chris Hemsworth Thor
Natalie Portman Jane Foster
Tom Hiddleston Loki
Christopher Eccleston Malekith
Supporting
Anthony Hopkins Odin
Rene Russo Frigga
Stellan Skarsgård Erik Selvig
Kat Dennings Darcy Lewis
Idris Elba Heimdall
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Algrim (Kurse)
Ray Stevenson Volstagg
Tadanobu Asano Hogun
Zachary Levi Fandral
Jaimie Alexander Sif
Jonathan Howard Ian Boothby
Other
Tony Curran Bor
Chris O'Dowd Richard
Alice Krige Eir
Clive Russell Tyr
Romane Morgan John
Obada Alassadi Navid
Imaan Chentouf Maddie
Claire Brown Volstagg's wife
Henry Calcutt Volstagg's child #1
Ava Caton Volstagg's child #2
Abbie McCann Volstagg's child #3
Sam Swainsbury Stonehenge TV news reporter
Thomas Arnold Desk officer
Connor Donaghey Sad child
Royce Pierreson Student
Annabel Norbury Woman on platform
Sophie Cosson Wench #1
Justin Edwards Police officer #1
Gruffudd Glyn Police officer #2
Richard Brake Einherjar lieutenant
Stan Lee Asylum patient
Steve Scott Himself
Carrie Lazar Viking mother
Brett Tucker Einherjar guard
Tulalah Riley Nurse
Richard Wharton Asylum patient
Chris Evans Loki as Steve Rogers (Captain America)
Benicio del Toro Taneleer Tivan (Collector)
Ophelia Lovibond Carina

Notes

Trivia

  • The film is in memory of co-writer Don Payne, who died of bone cancer on May , 2013.

Errors

  • Selvig is either put into a mental hospital or London Police has a heavily guarded mental wing. If he was really considered sick, the police would have nothing to do with his release, which they are, as if he's suddenly placed on bail.

See also

External links

  • TBA
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