The Thor: Ranarok trailer hit yesterday. I have to admit that I have been loving all of the comic based movies and this one will be added to my must see list when it is released. Here’s the trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
In this episode the ComicPop Crew review and discuss the Marvel feature film, Thor: The Dark World.
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1) Thor: The Dark World, Alan Taylor, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, 2014. ASIN: B008JFUS0U, DVD, $29.99.
Music Drops Used:
1) “Thor: The Dark World”, Thor: The Dark World Soundtrack, Brian Tyler, Hollywood/Intrada, 2013.
Other things mentioned: Battle Pirates; Thor; Hellboy; Willy Wonka; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Resident Evil; Fairly Odd Parents; Brighton; London Olympics 2012; When I was a Youngster; Demolition Man; Miss Cigarette; Neil Diamond; Craklin’ Rosie; Pink; Little Wayne; Lollipop; Fireman; Taylor Swift; Ellen Degeneres; British Hip Hop; Marina and the Diamonds; One Direction; Selina Gomez; Cody Simpson; scienceagogo.com & MRI Scans Predict Pop Music Success.
The Thor: Movie Special, Ep. 1 is ready to download. These movie specials will give librarians different views from different age groups and interests. The podcast features my family: April my daughter, who just turned 13 and is like any other young teenage girl; Logan my son, who will be turning 16 and is a rabid reader; Michelle my wife who likes some comic book things but not all; and myself, the professed comic book guy. We sit around the table, enjoy some ice cream and discuss the movie that we recently watched.