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#you know thor is gonna go throw his room all ‘I USED TO HAVE ONE!’ just so he can give it to jane so she can take apart    #maybe he can’t find out and asks volstagg for one bc his kids have 300    #but also!!! THAT SOMETHING AS SIMPLE AS AN ASGARDIAN BALL IS SO ADVANCED    #and jane finds such wonder in it    #and even when she realised that it’s ball it doesn’t take away from it    #and thor doesn’t mock her for it    #he thinks it’s cute    #he’s definitely gonna find that ball    #he’s sure he had one    #maybe he broke it

Yeah, I can’t resist to reblog just to remind everybody that Thor fell for Jane Foster in the first place because she was so damn clever, and curious, and passionate about her work, and obstinate, and he was impressed and amazed and so touched to see the humans more resourceful than he thought and hey, here is another bit of Thor’s personality, he’s just so happy to have been proven wrong now that it allows him to see the best in people—

I just fail to understand why so many would dislike Jane Foster, and even more erase her character from their works; she is absolutely marvellous, both unbelievable and terribly realistic, adorable and awkward, driven but sweet, kind but relentless, and so fucking gifted. And there are people wondering why Thor is interested in her?! Argh!

Also this scene is quite wonderful: you have two people who had a crush on each other last time they met, but who have been unable to see each other since, and the current events are hardly allowing them to get to know each other better—and they kinda find themselves in the same situation they were last time, and you see how they reconnect and it’s just perfect. Perfectly untimely and a little bit tragic, too.

Re-reblogging for the commentary.

Where is this from?!?!?! I thought I watched all the deleted scenes on the blu-ray!

omgosh, Thor finding his old ball, and it’s broken, so he feels REALLY bad, but no one else has one that he’s friends with, and he can’t exactly take a ball away from one of the children—Jane probably wouldn’t like that and besides it’s not exactly behavior fitting the Prince of Asgard and protector of the nine realms. So he tries to fix up his childhood ball but blast it, he made it worse, oh pickles. Loki used to be good at this stuff, at the clever fiddly stuff. Thor was much better at throwing the ball really hard and shattering trees with it. 

So he brings the ball to Jane sheepishly on Earth with a bow tied around it and is like “I know you wanted a working one but this is my old one and it’s broken but I’d be honored if you had it. Perhaps you can keep it as a memento while I try and find you a working one.”

And Jane gasps and holds the ball tight to herself and she says “No, Thor!!! This is perfect!! This is even better. You gave me a BROKEN ball!! Now I can learn about it by trying to fix it!!!” And she hugs Thor and kisses Thor and they fall into her rickety little bed in her London flat and, oh, well: that’s something else Jane will have to fix in the morning, but Thor is pretty sure he can help with this one, it’s just slats of wood and hammering it in place, and if there’s one thing he’s pretty good at, it’s hitting things with his hammer.

(The hammer, in this case, is not his penis. Though he wouldn’t object if Jane wanted a round with that hammer before getting to work with a Migardian hammer in the morning. A non-penis Migardian hammer.)

And so the next morning Darcy makes tea and smiles real big at Thor as he sits shirtless at the kitchen table and drinks the terrible muddy water. He knows what Darcy is smiling at—it’s why he gave Jane back her robe before answering the door. He figured that Darcy is one of Jane’s friends and if something so simple as his Asgardian physique makes her happy, that’s something Thor could do.

So he sits int he kitchen and drinks tea and makes these strange little Migardians happy with his bare chest and some broken toy from when he was a child. It’s easy, to make them happy. But, Thor should be one to talk: He’s watching his Migardian lady with sleep-crusted eyes poking with metal tools at his broken childhood toy, and he’s pretty happy himself.

Now he just has to rebuild that bed.

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make me choose

hiddles-galore asked: Thor or Loki?

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Give me Sanctuary




this one is canon

Yes. Yes, it is.


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Thor: The Dark World concept art by Jackson Sze.

We never really got to see much of Asgard onscreen, in spite of what Messrs. the producers like to proclaim in every interview, to see “the nooks and crannies” of the Realm Eternal—and judging from what little concept art we were allowed to gaze at, it’s a fucking shame.

Notably absent from the movie, Jane Foster’s tour of the capital, where we would have watched a few of its denizens in their daily occupations and other activities unrelated to a formal event.

  ▪ The “Chess” Players


Many societies of Earth have a game similar to chess, actually, which is hardly a surprise when you consider it as a miniature battlefield, meant to challenge and discipline the strategic mind.

They look young, those two, don’t you think? I love the idea of a warm Asgardian afternoon spent playing with a friend near the lake.

  ▪ Odin Triumphant


A commonplace view in the city, a colossal statue of the King; there are others around town, as well as figures of Bor and probably Buri, and an impressive number of animals such as boars and ravens, perhaps from local myths and legends.

  ▪ The Market Stall


Hard to see what’s really displayed on this stall, but we’ve seen in one of the deleted scenes that there are great bowls of colourful spices outside the shops; the Asgardian civilisation is characterised by what I like to call the “Asgardian Paradox”: the incredible advancement of their technology doesn’t interfere with these people’s love for the simplicity and elegance of everything ancient.

  ▪ The Flying Barge


Not a single horse in The Dark World even though director Alan Taylor expressed his love for the idea that Asgardian culture relied on them a great deal, but flying public transport, probably propelled by magnetic energy like the ball Jane Foster was admiring in the aforesaid deleted scene. The city of Asgard was built level upon level and water literally goes through many a building, high bridges connecting the blocks far above the roaring cascades.


  ▪ Bonus: the Flying Tower


This is actually a familiar sight straight from the first movie! Compare the concept art by Craig Shoji with the onscreen realisation:



Unfortunately, the filmmakers decided, as is customary, against using the 3D to show beautiful landscapes and paying some kind of homage to the great concept artists who worked on their movies.

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Okay. But let’s talk about Thor for a second. Thor does not get enough love and (Loki forgive me) he is honestly one of the best fucking characters Marvel has. And it’s shown so simply and so beautifully right here. He is so fucking chill about everything. Obviously, he doesn’t live in space, he lives in Asgard. But he knows everyone thinks he’s kinda like an alien, and he just goes along with it because why not? These humans are funny in their lack of understanding, but it’s an endearing kind of funny. Just like in the first movie, where Darcy tells him to smile so she can take a picture of him and he has no fucking clue what she’s doing or what a phone is and it could kill him for all he knows but he just fucking smiles and keeps eating his delicious pancakes because he’s just so chill like that. And if you look at his face in the first gif, it’s very serious and concentrated but the moment Darcy starts talking to him he loosens up and is like “Muscles? Ah, yes I suppose I am quite muscular. Oh, she’s inquiring about Asgard. But she called it space. She seems confused as to my origins, but it’s not of import. I like space, that’s a good name. I shall call it space too.”

And that little head nod he does back to her in the last gif. I’m dead. Deceased. Murdered from Thor cuteness

He’s just.. ugh, Thor doesn’t get enough appreciation. There are so many little things he does that go ignored but no more. His complete adorableness will be appreciated. 

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Loki: The First Avenger - Commentary by Tom Hiddleston

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it’s OK we’re Americans!

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Thorloki in Thor: The Dark World (8/?)

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Thorloki in Thor: The Dark World (1/?)

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"A wise king, never seeks out war.”

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