Step into the Pitch Meeting that started the MCU's first Thor movie! Subscribe for more Pitch Meetings: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
Before the MCU was the absolute beast that it is today, Marvel was popping out little origin movies for characters as a lead up to the first Avengers movie. With the first Thor movie, they took us on a very tilted adventure to Asgard and introduced the God of Thunder, played by Chris Hemsworth. Although it was a fun time, there were a lot of weird decisions that must have gone into making the movie. What was Loki’s plan exactly? Why did Odin make such weird decisions? What’s up with Jane and Thor immediately falling in love for no apparent reason? Step inside the pitch meeting that started it all to find out! It’s super easy, barely an inconvenience.
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I thought you should've done one of those things where he's like "Thor fighting the ice giants sounds like an awesome movie" and then he's like "Well that's not what the movie's about." Like in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine Pitch Meeting where he's saying Wolverine and his brother fighting in wars sounds like an awesome movie.
Wow we have a Thor movie and The Dark World building on Odin, Thor’s battle friends who are extremely close to him, and of course Jane who is the love of Thor’s life. This is gonna be hard to juggle in Thor: Ragnarok!
*OH WAIT NEVERMIND IT’S ACTUALLY SUPER EASY, BARELY AN INCONVENIENCE*
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