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Interviewer: Have to been always the fine of the Comic.
Kenneth Branagh: English comics not American comics I knew about Spider Man and Batman not so much about the others but Thor for sure and for me with Thor it's about the fact that it's an epic landscape people travel across worlds and you know exotic costumes, exotic weapons you know it's an incredible texture to that world and at the center of it there are human motivations, base motivations, jealousy, acquisition of power, you know the attraction of war fare camaraderie the adrenal in a violence and stuff it's all repetitive very, very lively kind of world it's a good atmosphere to good territory in which it tells stories.
Interviewer: What does it mean the biggest challenge for you?
Kenneth Branagh: Biggest challenge, the biggest challenge I think was when I pitch the movie I had to pronounce these four words all in the same sentence and I just about managed.
Interviewer: Does Thor get made in the film?
Kenneth Branagh: Thor has passionate relationships with members of the opposite sex and I think, I think that you're going to enjoy the results.