At the end of Thor, our favorite Asgardian (Chris Hemsworth) was left wondering about Jane (Natalie Portman), whom he couldn’t visit because the rainbow bridge that allowed him to travel between worlds had been decimated. Jane herself allegedly tried to contact Thor from Earth, as is laid out on this suddenly unburied clip from 2011.
The good folks at Marvel have decided to include this previously hidden scene as part of the massive Marvel’s Cinematic Universe: Phase One collection that will be in stores next April. In addition to all of the origin stories (and The Avengers), the set will include several teasers to movies that are going to be part of Phase Two, including sequels in the Iron Man, Captain America and Thor franchises. Before we look too far ahead, let’s take another look back at a scene that could have popped up at the end of Kenneth Branagh’s Thor, but didn’t:
Natalie has once again been spotted on the set of the Untitled Terrence Malick project in Austin, Texas on Saturday (October 20). She looked very sexy in a cleavage-baring black top, black leather jacket, magenta skinny jeans, and black boots. Later that day Natalie was also seen at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. She was at the game shooting a scene for the movie along with co-star Michael Fassbender.
Natalie was once again spotted on the set of Untitled Terrence Malick film in Austin, Texas yesterday (October 9).
Natalie wore several different outfits as she filmed scenes on the outdoor locale, at one point showing off her marvelous midriff. Joined by the hunky Michael Fassbender, Natalie’s character received a scare from a lizard-looking man and ended up falling into her costar’s arms. Additionally, Natalie and Michael went for a very convincing roll in the grass as the cameras captured all the action, according to Hollywood Gossip.
Today I’ve finished adding screencaptures from ‘Black Swan’ Blu-ray extras to our gallery. The bonus features included ‘Metamorphosis: A Three-Part Series’, Natalie Portman and Darren Aronofsky’s discussion of their creative journey, from preparing for the role to dancing with the camera, and Fox Movie Channel’s cast and character profiles.