PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
The powerful, but arrogant god Thor, is cast out of Asgard to live amongst humans in Midgard (Earth), where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders.
In 2005, Matthew Vaughn was going to direct this film, describing it as "the birth of a hero, interweaving Gladiator (2000) with Norse mythology." He went on to direct the comic book films Kick-Ass (2010) and X-Men: First Class (2011) for Marvel, and Stardust (2007) for DC Comics.
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Thor has the ability to summon Mjölnir from distance (when it is in his possession - when he is worthy). He should have known that if he could not summon it from the town (or from any other closer location traveling towards the crater), he will not be able to take it from the crater also.
There is a statement at the end of the closing credits: "Thor will return in The Avengers (2012)."
£5,449,300 (UK) (29 April 2011)
$181,030,624 (USA) (25 August 2011)
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