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The cast of "Thor: Ragnarok" is getting INSANE

Thor is the God of Thunder, but he may also be the God of Attracting an Incredibly Talented Cast, as well. According to an article on Marvel.com, the cast for the next Thor movie, Thor: Ragnarok is going to be absolutely epic.

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Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" (2016)

Written and directed by Taika Waititi (who is at the helm of the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok), Hunt for the Wilderpeople takes place in New Zealand and concerns troublesome teenager Ricky Baker (Julian Dennison) who is sent to live with foster parents – outwardly affectionate Aunt Bella (Rima Te Wiata) and grumpy, cantankerous “Crocodile Dundee Type” Uncle Hector (Sam Neill). 478 more words

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"No one just says they love Sam Neill" ...and other stories

There’s a sense with blogging that each post ought to have a theme. An SEO-able topic, that kind of runs along a sensible continuum and gives people a reason to read. 574 more words


Sam Neill won't be in Jurassic World 2, but will reunite with Jeff Goldblum in Thor 3

When Dr. Alan Grant decided not to endorse John Hammond’s Jurassic Park back in 1993, he quickly fled to a helicopter and waved bye-bye to Isla Nublar forever. 404 more words


Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Shit. Just. Got. Real.

I’m sure I missed a whole lot of references that would have had New Zealand audiences in stitches, but this was funny, sweet and serious in equal measure. 121 more words


Sam Neill Explains Where Dr. Alan Grant Was During 'Jurassic World'

Most of the cast members from the original Jurassic Park weren’t signed to appear in Jurassic World, although B.D. Wong returned and Chris Pratt’s character may have been… 242 more words

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‘Thor: Ragarok’: Sam Neill Joines the Cast

Sam Neill was recently interviewed by Shortlist about his role in Thor: Ragnarok, to which he replied,

“I’m not really allowed to say this and I can’t tell you what it is… I did a couple of days on Thor just before I came over here.

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