Thor 2 and Captain America 2 round-up
Thor: The Dark World post-credits, running time and certificate, and news of a Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer...
Just a few bits and bobs to round-up with regards Marvel's next two projects, Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Thor: The Dark World first. The film's now been classified by the BBFC in the UK, and unsurprisingly, it's got a 12A certificate (our equivalent of PG-13). The running time has also been confirmed as 111 minutes and 53 earth seconds, which makes it the shortest Marvel Studios movie to date. Given the reported rumours of battles to lock down a final cut, it would suggest that the need to bring the film in under two hours won out.
Also, it's being reported that we're going to get two scenes once the film has finished, one mid-credits and one post-credits. No idea what they are, but with the UK release of the film on 30th October, it won't be long before we find out.
Moving onto Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the first trailer for the movie is now imminent, it seems. You don't have to go out on much of a limb to suggest that it'll run alongside Thor: The Dark World, and the BBFC has classified the trailer as being 2 minutes 23 seconds in length.
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