And that's a good thing. A $24 million good thing.
Well, it wasn't as mighty as 'Fast Five' was last week, but $66 million isn't bad.
'Thor,' 'Green Lantern,' and 'Captain America' have turned their backs on the downbeat superheroics of 'The Dark Knight.'
It's like the most stoned dinner-theater production of 'The Ring of the Nibelungs' you’ll ever be lucky enough to ogle.
"I didn't envy Chris Hemsworth as I saw the 75th chicken forced down his throat."
He should look like "Thor the God and not Thor the bodybuilder."
"Get down with the gospel of salvation and have fun with it."
But not the kind of butt shot you're thinking of. Well, not completely.
No more distractingly cheesy dialogue, just mysterious words that could be well-written for all we know.
Trailer Two realizes that maybe they should tell things from the perspective of the white-hot Oscar front-runner instead of the Australian nobody's heard of yet.
Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, and Thor have all been outsourced, and one casting director says it's because "American men aren’t men on the screen.”
The original comic-book guy gets his day and his Hollywood star. The schools stay open, though.
Will audiences tire of caped high-flyers?
They're called the Frost Giants, and judging by this action-figure photo, they look like Gary Busey after six months of crunches and two hours in the Potomac.
Thor's got daddy issues.