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Breaking down the 1st 'Thor: Ragnarok' trailer
There's a lot to digest in the first trailer for "Thor: Ragnarok" but let's give it our best college try. First off, after seeing Thor without his hammer in the first batch of promotional pictures for the film, we find out what happened to his trusted weapon in the first 30 seconds of the clip:
Thor's long hair and hammer are gone in 'Thor: Ragnarok'
If you exclude the post-credit scenes of "Doctor Strange," we haven't seen Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for quite some time. "Thor: Ragnarok," out Nov. 3, reunites Chris Hemsworth 's hero with Tom Hiddleston 's Loki. Some details of the plot have been revealed, courtesy of Entertainment
Mark Ruffalo on former President Obama surprising the cast of 'The Price' on Broadway
Fans know him as the Hulk and now Mark Ruffalo is starring in a Broadway show alongside Danny DeVito . "'Avengers' pushed for a couple months and someone said to me, 'What would be your dream right now?' and I said, 'I want to get back on a stage with a great group of actors Ruffalo said today on
The great food pairing debate
The "GMA" anchors discuss what foods should never be paired together, plus how to host the best "throwback" party.
Mark Ruffalo dishes on his Broadway play 'The Price'
I'm bringing someone special to the table. Let's welcome in star actor, Mark Ruffalo joining us this morning. Wow. Hey. Good to see you. Good to see you. Good to see you. I was telling you backstage you're just one of those people people cheer for literally. Do you feel the love. I do. Thank you.
Barack Obama and daughter Malia attend 'The Price' on Broadway
Former President Barack Obama surprised Broadway theater-goers Friday when he and daughter Malia attended the evening performance of "The Price." The daddy-daughter duo headed backstage after the play -- a new revival of the Arthur Miller classic -- and met with the cast, including Mark Ruffalo ,
From Jane Fonda to Bernie Sanders, Public Figures Slam Trump's New Pipeline Orders
President Donald Trump signed memorandums Tuesday aimed at advancing the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines -- which did not sit well with opponents of the projects, many of whom are outspoken political and Hollywood figures. Many of these public figures took to their social
Stars Celebrate Dakota Pipeline Protesters' Victory
Stars took to social media to celebrate Sunday's announcement that the U.S. Department of the Army will not approve an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota and cited a need to explore alternative routes. The decision comes after months of protests by the
Army Corps Will Not Grant Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline Crossing
The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would have allowed the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced today in a statement . The Army claimed in a statement that Assistant Secretary for
Celebrities Weigh in on Anti-Trump Protests
Celebrities weighed in on both sides of the protests that swept the country following Tuesday's historic election. Miley Cyrus posted a teary-eyed message expressing her sadness at the defeat of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, but saying "I want to be hopeful," and adding "I accept you, Donald