29 July 2010 1092 Views

Thor Comic-Con Trailer Released Online

by Dan Koelsch

Probably the most satisfying footage of any movie revealed at Comic-Con had to be for Thor (outside of the free screenings of Scott Pilgrim). It showed a lot more than I thought it would and really made me more confident in the film’s potential. Now it looks like the (non-bootleg) trailer has hit the web, so hold on to your butts (or your hammers) and take a look after the break.




What did you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below.


Update: We have learned that this version is in fact a bootleg copy that might be taken down soon. While most bootlegs we see from Comic-Con are from audience members videotaping the screen, this seems to be a digital copy that was somehow illegally obtained.



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