Possible Thor 2 Details: Will We See The Enchantress?
Cinemablend reckon they have confirmation that the sequel is going ahead AND the villains that The Mighty Thor may face next time..
Cinemablend are citing some very reliable sources for some information on the (as yet unconfirmed) sequel to Marvel's Thor. They received word that a second film may be coming a lot sooner than we think, maybe even hitting screens the same year as Iron Man 3(2013).
They also, and far more interestingly, have some info on who might be troubling The God Of Thunder the second time around.
Our source tells us that while the Thor 2 project is still in very early stages and they don’t expect to start actually writing the script until the end of the year, internally producers are kicking around possible villains. In contention to face off against Thor are two characters named The Enchantress and The Executioner.
For those of you unfamiliar with The Executioner, here is a bit of info from Wikki..
Skurge is born in Jotunheim, and later becomes a warrior, gaining his name the Executioner after fighting in a war against the Storm giants. Skurge has always had feelings for Amora, the Enchantress, and regularly aids her in various evil schemes to gain control of Asgard. However, the Enchantress only manipulates him, using her charms to keep Skurge under her thrall. Loki, the trickster god, also has used Skurge many times.
I think that most of us would have assumed that Amora would be a part of any sequel to Thor. many even expected a cameo in the first movie. But the addition of The Executioner is most welcome(if true of course). The site says that they have looked for confirmation from Marvel(like that's gonna happen!) but regardless are pretty sure this info has some truth to it as their source has broken Marvel related stories in the past. More info as we get it.
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