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  1. Box Office: 'Thor: The Dark World' Opens to $7.1 Million Thursday Night

    7:38 am 11/8/2013

    The sequel has already earned more than $150 million overseas, where it began rolling out last weekend.Read more

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  2. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Thor: The Dark World,' 'The Armstrong Lie' and More

    6:30 pm 11/7/2013

    What THR's critics say about the movies opening this weekend.Read more

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  3. Natalie Portman Talks Directorial Debut, Producing Documentaries at 'Thor 2' Screening

    3:13 pm 11/7/2013

    The actress also gushed about star Chris Hemsworth.Read more

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  4. Box Office Preview: Will 'Thor: The Dark World' Near $90 Million in Domestic Debut?

    1:19 pm 11/6/2013

    The tentpole -- returning Chris Hemsworth in the title role -- has already earned a mammoth $133.4 million overseas.Read more

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  5. From 'Thor' to 'Captain America': Why Marvel Developed a Standard Production Pipeline

    4:29 pm 11/5/2013

    As part of the process, the studio wants to "reduce or eliminate" on-set dailies color grading.Read more

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  6. 'Thor: The Dark World' Stars Talk Marvel Secrecy at Premiere

    2:23 pm 11/5/2013

    "I still feel like I can't tell you anything, and the film's coming out in four days," Tom Hiddleston jokingly told THR.Read more

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  7. Dress Du Jour: Jaimie Alexander Shocks in Revealing Sheer Dress

    11:12 am 11/5/2013

    The actress wore a head-turning gown at Hollywood's premiere of "Thor: The Dark World."Read more

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  8. 'Thor: The Dark World' Breaks Box Office Records in Hong Kong

    4:36 am 11/4/2013

    The film took $2 million in its first four days in Hong Kong, the best October opening ever in the territory. Read more

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  9. Box Office: 'Thor: The Dark World' Opens to Huge $109.4 Million Overseas

    8:24 am 11/3/2013

    UPDATED: The sequel -- returning Chris Hemsworth in the title role -- opened in 70 percent of the foreign marketplace this weekend, coming in No. 1 everywhere.Read more

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