Watch: New Featurette for 'Thor' on Natalie Portman as Jane Foster

April 28, 2011
Source: Apple

Natalie Portman as Jane Foster in Thor

"She is a scientist, someone who watches the heavens." Paramount debuted a new featurette today on Apple (embed via ComingSoon) for Marvel's Thor focusing on Oscar winner Natalie Portman, who plays the Earth-based character Jane Foster, also a well know character in the comics. I think all of Foster's time is spent on Earth so all of her footage is set there, but of course it's Natalie Portman and she's always a joy to watch. There's some interviews with her and director Kenneth Branagh, plus a lot of footage. With a week to go until Thor finally hits theaters (in the US, it's out everywhere else!) I hope buzz is still strong. Enjoy!

Watch the newest featurette about Jane Foster from Marvel's Thor:

You can also watch the Thor featurette in High Definition on Apple

Marvel's Thor is directed by British actor/director Kenneth Branagh, who previously directed Shakespeare adaptations like Much Ado About Nothing and Hamlet, as well as the films Love's Labour's Lost, The Magic Flute and Sleuth. The script was written by Ashley Miller & Zack Stentz (of Agent Cody Banks, "Fringe") and Don Payne (My Super Ex-Girlfriend, 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer) from a story by J. Michael Straczynski and Mark Protosevich. Paramount is bringing Marvel's Thor to theaters in 3D starting on May 6th this summer.

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Thor looks pretty good. Watch Justified and visit http://justifiedfan.blogspot.com/

ben chu on Apr 28, 2011



Anonymous on Apr 28, 2011


Twas a good film, not really memorable thogh, pretty much all the good parts are in the ads for it

dave on Apr 28, 2011


im from uk too i saw it on wednesday, i think it was a bit predictable but i still found it awesome xD

A5J4DX on Apr 29, 2011


Dave did you see an advanced screening for it? How was Hemsworth? I heard he did a great job, I look forward to seeing this. Chris http://coolproducts.com

Anonymous on Apr 28, 2011


nah mate I live in the UK, its out here

dave on Apr 28, 2011


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geoffrey stafford on Apr 28, 2011


I thought the film was well suited within the realms of the Marvel movies. I am shocked it isn't out in the states yet. I watched it on Monday morning. Hemsworth was brilliant. I got flashbacks of Heath Ledger though. . . The best parts of the movie were on earth. I thought too much CG was used in the other scenes. Please bring back the day of the set builder and Puppeteer. 😀

Link1983 on Apr 28, 2011


Gonna see this tomorrow YAY! The rest of the world "wins" for once 😀

David Perretta on Apr 28, 2011


saw it yesterday not sure why not in US yet but trust me it worth the wait anyway you get Dylan dog first and really want to see if Roth is a good as the trailer, well back Thor magical and beautifully shot with snappy dialogue and sir Anthony Hopkins win win... the action sequences are few but look amazing the sheer scope of Asgard breathtaking Chris Hemsworth did good job giving us an incite into the events that turn a powerful warrior into a wise man..... Bring on captain America!!!!

Beastfocus7 on Apr 28, 2011


Surprisingly funny, well acted (especially hemsworth, who has great comedy chops and real charisma. plus he is properly massive) and some lovely production design. The only downside for me was that the fights were largely shot with very tight framing, leading to a bit of disorientation. I like my fights shot nice and wide, with as little wanky editing as possible, but Thor is hardly the first movie to be guilty of this. anyway, it was infinitely better than Iron Man 2, but perhaps not as fun as Iron Man.

Lebowski on Apr 29, 2011


There's a thing going on the internet with fanboys giving this movie an A+, claiming that first there was Spiderman, then Ironman, and now Thor. That's false. This movie is a B- and its not in the same place as Spiderman and Ironman. But I agree with Lebowski, it is better than Ironman 2 and any other Marvel movie.

Bltzie on Apr 29, 2011

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