Thor: The Dark World’s DVD/Blu-ray release date is set for February 25 and included is a bonus screen test of Tom Hiddleston as Thor.
In GIF form, we only see a small glimpse of Hiddleston as Thor, but it’s great to see the actor doing screen tests as Thor. It’s hard to see the actor as anyone but Loki now, but one has to wonder how things would have turned out if the studio had gone with Hiddleston instead of Hemsworth as the god of thunder.
The entire screen test will be available on Thor: The Dark World’s DVD and Blu-ray bonus discs, which we imagine many Hiddleston fans will now want to purchase. Check out another shot of Hiddleston wearing Thor’s cape and throwing his hammer.
Another exciting bonus will be the latest Marvel One-Shot, which we found out a few weeks back will be about Ben Kingsley’s character from Iron Man 3 and what he’s doing in prison after he was arrested on charges of terrorism.
Watch a deleted scene from Thor: The Dark World featuring Thor explaining to his mother that Loki is a changed man:
Thor: The Dark World’s DVD/Blu-ray will be in stores on February 25. Let us know if you plan on picking up Marvel’s latest film on DVD/Blu-ray, or if you just plan on checking out the entire Tom Hiddleston Thor test once it’s available.
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