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“Thor” photo, with Odin’s throne, reaches Internet


By Sean O’Connell
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Then there’s a good chance you missed an exclusive new “Thor” photo that the newspaper ran on Sunday as part of its Comic Con coverage. Today, that photo made its way online to the paper’s Web site, giving movie fans across the country (and around the world) their first glance at the throne of Odin (Anthony Hopkins).

Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, can be seen kneeling before his father. Fans should expect to learn more about the upcoming feature, directed by Kenneth Branagh, when Marvel and Paramount take over Hall H at Comic Con on Saturday.

“Because of what I’ve heard, I can’t wait (for Con),” said Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios to the L.A. Times. “I’m looking forward to seeing how people are dressed. … (Branagh) and I are not prepared to reveal what costume we’ll be wearing but obviously I’ve insisted that we all must wear one.”

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