Expect to see a lot, and I mean A LOT, of coverage regarding Marvel movies over the next couple of years.  The Avengers bump has created a buzz, and everyone wants in on the next bit of news.  On top of that, Marvel Studios is busy with sequels to all the lead in movies, and it looks like a villain for Thor 2 may have been found.

Mads Mikkelsen is in talks with Disney to play one of the villains in Thor 2.  We already now that Tom Hiddleston will return as Loki, so no one is really sure what role Mikkelsen will play.

 

I’m sure once the negotiations with Disney are complete, we’ll discover who the big bad will be, but for now, partake in some idle speculation in the comment section below.

Thor 2 is scheduled for a November 15, 2013 release.

via Variety

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6 Comments

  1. I hope they move on, mostly, from Loki as the villain. They could bring in a flashback to show the origin of Hela as the villain. I’ve been advocating that they kill off Kat Dennings character and have her play Hela in disguise, as part of some scheme to have Thor’s baby or something.

    Realistically, I think they’ll end up using the next round of individual Marvel movies to introduce the bad guys that will team up in Avengers 2. Cause that’s the kind of dumb thing the executives will push.

    • so you purpose that they will fight a team of bad guys and Thanos next film>? that would mean no one would be alive for Avengers 3

      • Not the ideal, but its how studio executives think. Cram as many marketable characters as you can into the sequel.

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