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The Chicago Tribune spoke to Thor screenwriter Mark Protosevich about the big screen adaptation:

"That project is as much a passion project for me as 'I Am Legend,'" he said. "I was a comic book kid. Thor was my absolute favorite."

Once the writers' strike is over, production can start and Protosevich says audiences will be "pleasantly surprised" by this interpretation of the character. It's much more rooted in the Norse roots of the character, he says.

"There used to be a segment in the Thor comics called 'Tales of Asgard' -- and it's much more akin to that," he said. "It really is set in that world. It does deal with Earth. The primary focus we're taking on it is really all about the Norse myths."
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  12-16-2007, 09:02 AM
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Thor is my superhero boyfriend lol (one of them )
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  12-19-2007, 12:10 AM
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Maybe he has blond caveman sideburns.
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