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Kat Dennings Throws Idea for 'Thor' Sequel

August 26, 2010 09:52:52 GMT

Sharing her 'Scream'-inspired scenes for the second superhero film, the actress says, 'Darcy dies in the first scene, like in 'Scream'.'


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Landing a role as Darcy in "Thor", Kat Dennings has a hope that the film will get a follow-up. In an interview with MTV News at San Diego Comic Con last July, Dennings who was accompanied by Natalie Portman said that she has some ideas for the plot of the sequel.

"Darcy dies in the first scene, like in 'Scream.' Jane Foster goes insane and puts her head in a blender!" she stated. Portman, who laughed at her co-star's suggestion, encouraged Dennings, saying "I think you should write the next one."

Though the two were clearly joking about the "Scream"-inspired scenes, both actresses and other cast have signed up for "Thor" sequel. "I'm supposed to be in the next 'Thor' if they make more, but I don't know about that," the depicter of Jane revealed. "I think all of us are signed up for the rest of the 'Thor' series, but we could have one line in the next one, or nothing."

On how she feels about portraying the love interest of Thor, Portman gushed, "It was a fun opportunity to get to do this character, because I think she's an unusual female character for one of these movies." She added, "I think hopefully it's a different kind of character to add to the genre."

"I'm in sweatpants for half of the movie, so I'm not in some crazy, sexy garb!" Portman further shared. Dennings then praised her cast mate by calling her "the most beautiful girl in sweatpants you've ever seen," but Portman claimed her character is "frazzled, kind of messy scientist."

A movie adaptation of Marvel character, the upcoming film follows Chris Hemsworth's Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior who is cast down to Earth due to his reckless actions. He later learns what it takes to be a true hero when the most dangerous villain of Asgard tries to invade Earth. "Thor" is directed by Kenneth Branagh and due in the U.S. on May 6, 2011.

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