The first Thor may not be a great movie in its own right, but it did gift the MCU with far and away its greatest villain to date.
Tom Hiddleston appeared on Fox 32 to bring the Great Lakes his Weather Authority report alongside Meteorologist Mike Caplan.
Marvel is set to release all of their Phase One movies in a illuminated S.H.I.E.L.D. briefcase starting September 25.
The actress who portrays the warrior goddess Sif discusses the Blu-ray and DVD release of this superhero tale, Thor 2, The Avengers, and more.
Take a look at how director Kenneth Branagh created King Laufey with actor Colm Feore in this Marvel adventure, due out on Blu-ray and DVD September 13.
The actress who played Sif in Thor would like to see Beta Ray Bill in the sequel, along with more romance between Sif and Thor.
Clark Gregg reprises his Marvel character for a series of new short films, available on Thor Blu-ray and DVD September 13.
Chris Hemsworth stars as the title character in Kenneth Branagh's Marvel Comics adaptation about the God of Thunder, who is exiled to Earth.
Actor Stellan Skarsgard reveals The Avengers director stepped in for the epilogue of Kenneth Branagh's superhero adventure.
MovieWeb offers a look at this season's scorching hot releases, the smaller can't-miss Indies, and what was happening in cinema twenty years ago.
Marvel hopes to have the sequel ready and in theaters alongside 2013's Iron Man 3.
Bridesmaids debuts in second place with a solid $24.5 million while Priest opened in fourth place with $14.5 million.
Take a closer look at a few of the items briefly seen within the vault of Anthony Hopkins' character, in Kenneth Branagh's superhero tale
Or does Priest have enough power to defeat the combined efforts of Thor and Kritsin Wiig at the box office?
Fast Five drops to second place with $32.5 million while Jumping the Broom debuts in third place with $13.7 million.
Or will Jump the Broom and Something Borrowed combine its romantic comedy powers to form an evil box office foe?
Kenneth Branagh's superhero saga played on over 1,800 screens late last night before its 3,995-theater opening today.
Ken Taylor creates a beautiful new piece of artwork in honor of Marvel's God of Summer Cinema.
The elusive chef offers his thoughts from the back of a food truck that frequented the lot where Marvel's summer epic was shot.
Take a 10-minute glimpse at the production of Marvel's latest adventure, which stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Anthony Hopkins.