‘Thor 2′ Mid & Post-Credits Scenes Explained: What They Reveal About Future Marvel Movies

Published 8 months ago by , Updated November 9th, 2013 at 8:21 am,

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Thor: The Dark World is now in theaters (read our review and listen to our podcast episode), which means that the film’s big reveals are now out there for dedicated fans to sift through and decipher as story threads from the Thunder God’s sequel begin to weave their way through the larger Marvel Movie Universe.

We already dropped some pretty juicy news about the road through Marvel’s Phase Two and Phase Three story arcs, leading to an Avengers 3 featuring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet – but we couldn’t get too deep into our analysis because, at the time, no one else had yet seen Thor 2 and we didn’t want to spoil the fun! Now that the movie is out, we can reveal more of what we’ve learned while peering behind the scenes of Marvel Studios in the last few months – starting with the big implications of the mid-credits and post-credits scenes included with Thor: The Dark World.

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TAGS: guardians of the galaxy, the avengers 2, the avengers 3, thor 2

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  1. The ending of this movie with Loki posing as Odin was the most talked about thing from this movie. While there have been a lot of theories on how it happened, Disney and Marvel might have already revealed how he did it and how Thor 3 could start out in an episode of Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. In the episode called “The Fall of Asgard” Loki has taken over Asgard and explains how he did it using magic as well as other methods. A portion of this explanation can be found here –> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCL5JkY2IR0. There is a larger and longer explanation before this an I encourage you all to watch the beginning of this episode if this theory interests you.

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