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The 'Casino Royale' actor says that his schedule with NBC's 'Hannibal' has hindered him from accepting the offer to tackle the new supervillain in the second God of Thunder movie.
Shortly after Dallas bails out of the 'Thor' sequel due to his commitment to 'Once Upon a Time', Levi is targeted to replace him as one of the Warriors Three.
The President of Production of Marvel Studios claims Thanos will not appear in the second God of Thunder film, but reveals that 'there will be a major new villain.'
Mikkelsen will provide one more antagonistic character for the second God of Thunder film aside from Loki, while Hamilton will play government cyborg Firepower in the third armored hero movie.
The 'War Horse' thesp also hints that the God of Mischief might find redemption and 'be recruited to the good side' in the 'Thor' sequel.
The 'Cabin in the Woods' actor says that newly tapped director Alan Taylor is going to make Thor's homeland more special by bringing more Viking-inspired aspects to the sequel.
Revealing that he will reprise his role as the Asgardian sentry in the upcoming 'Thor' sequel, the 'Luther' actor says, ' 'The Avengers' I'm not sure about, but 'Thor 2', we're going at it again.'
The actor who will return as Loki in the 'Thor' sequel says that the villain will be as tricky as always because his 'eternal predilection is to dance on the fault lines of villainy and redemption.'
Accomplished TV director Alan Taylor, who has been Marvel Studios' favorite, reportedly win the race to direct the 'Thor' sequel.
Words are, the actress who plays Jane Foster in 'Thor' is 'deeply unhappy' with Marvel Studios over its decision to fire the female director from the upcoming sequel.
The 'Monster' helmer is no longer attached to helm the 'Thor' sequel, leaving Marvel Studios to move quickly to find a new director.
Replacing Kenneth Branagh who exited the sequel project last June, the 'Monsters' helmer will be the first female director to work for Marvel Studios.