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In "The Truth of History" (2008), Thor and the Warriors Three find themselves way back in Ancient Egypt. Thor lends a hammer to help slaves cutting giant stones for a pyramid.


In the commentary track for Thor, Director Kenneth Branagh says that the dutch angles in the film were inspired by the style of comic books. They were there because that’s how I received the dynamism of the composition in the frames, wide angle lenses with lots of depth. That’s why I chose that type of style for this. Zambarloukos backed this up in ...


This is almost certainly a reference to Bruce Banner as he is an expert in gamma radiation. Bruce Banner: What does Fury want me to do? Swallow it? Natasha Romonaff: Well, he wants you to find it. It's been taken. It emits a gamma signature that's too weak for us to trace. There's no one that knows gamma radiation like you do. If there was, that's ...


I’ve always believed it to be Bruce Banner as chronologically it’s the one that makes sense. This is heavily implied during the events of The Avengers when Black Widow states “we never lost you” as the answer to Bruce’s question “are you following me”. Additionally Bruce Banner is regarded as the biggest expert in gamma radiation in the MCU so that aligns ...

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