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Terminator: Dark Fate - Movie Review. New episode! And movies. The thunder god falls quickly, leaving the Void to continue his rampage around the Earth, killing every hero and villain he comes across. Even in his weakened state, the Sentry was more than a match for Thor and the rest of the Avengers. The X-Men and the Avengers both rushed to the scene, with the X-Men wanting to wield the power to enact change for mutants and the Avengers wanting to stop the destructive power of the Phoenix. As the story goes, heroes fought, and on account of comic book shenanigans, Iron Man accidentally broke the Phoenix into five pieces.
Those pieces splintered off and possessed five X-Men: The new power takes over their minds as they go to extremes to champion their cause, including locking any heroes who oppose them in Limbo. Thor was such a hero. In fact, Thor gets beaten numerous times throughout the issue event, unable to stand up to the immense power of the Phoenix.
Despite giving it his all and being aided buy other heroes, having Thor defeated so utterly speaks volumes to the power of the Phoenix, despite being divided in five different hosts.
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In this instance, the venom symbiote tried to possess Spider-Man, but thanks to the Fantastic Four, they were able to get it off him. Along the way, the Hulk is among the first to encounter it. Now with the strength of the Hulk and Spider-Man, Thor does his best, but can barely hold his own. Eventually, Black Bolt, the leader of the Inhumans, arrives on the scene. Using his famous sonic voice, Black Bolt blasts the Venom-Thor, easily defeating him and forcing the symbiote to run and hide until it gets destroyed by the Black Cat.
It comes as no surprise then that she can take on Thor. With startling psychic power at his disposal, the Red Skull exercises his telepathy by throwing New York into chaos. The new Avengers team, made up of X-Men and Avengers alike, quickly arrives to do battle with the Skull and his minions. He'd ask me about my [physica l] training programs and what have you.
He was on a real health kick and was on the treadmill every morning and lifting weights. It was all very sort of, I guess, normal in a sense. I expected to walk in and have these great quotes to come away from and what have you.
But what impressed me was his enthusiasm for work, how friendly he was and what an interesting person. The whole cast is just a good group of people to be around. I was just waiting for security to pull me off the stage at that point, you know? There's a big part of me going, "What am I doing up here?
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I don't belong here in amongst these guys. I didn't actually know that we were going to do that -- they kept it a big secret from us as well. Did you get to chat with them backstage? I did a little bit. I don't know how much I said that was of any great interest. It was all filtered by my brain going, "Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God, what is this? Downey, I've always liked your work.
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Yeah, it was a bit like that. So how does one play a god when the god isn't, say, Jesus? It became about humanizing it, in a sense. The sets and the story and the costumes tell us the larger-than-life elements, and for us [actors] Ken kept saying, "Just make this personal. It's a scene between a father and son, or two brothers.
Find the truth in it. Someone said to me a long time ago, "If you're ever playing a king, it's more about how the other actors relate to that character as opposed to what that character does. You battle one of the most amazingly visual Marvel antagonists, the Destroyer.