Charlie Wen ha condiviso su Instagram una serie di concept art che mostrano il design originale del Mjölnir, il prodigioso martello di Thor che abbiamo visto impugnato dal dio del tuono nella serie di Avengers e nei suoi film in solitaria.

 

Ecco di seguito come sarebbe potuta essere la sua arma.

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I promised a few weeks ago that I’d take you back to the very early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe before @ryan_meinerding_art and I were entrusted to start and head Marvel’s Visual Development department together. I knew Ryan way back because I’d hired him onto God of War, then a few years later, he invited me to meet with Kevin @kevfeige to talk about helping to develop MCU since Ironman was such a success. I was supposed to have a long lead time to develop the look and feel of the Avengers world years before production, which would have been incredible to have that kind of time- but I was pulled into developing the look and feel of Thor’s world first as it needed help. I began design passes for Thor & Asgard, but was asked to design his hammer (Mjölnir) first because Hasbro needed to begin production on its toy line (shortly after this, @kenneth_branagh joined on to direct the film!— huge fan since Henry V!). The first image is the initial pass that goes from more traditional to wacky. The purpose was to begin establishing with Kevin a sense of boundaries and comfort levels for the magical realms of the MCU (in comparison to the earthly ground of Ironman’s tech). It’s always necessary to go too far! In these stages, I found it paramount to begin designing the MCU as a cohesive universe. The following images are hammer designs that got approved for the film (and toy;). * * * * * #conceptart #marvelstudios #thor #cosplay #mjolnir #pictureoftheday #avengers #marvel #avengers #throwback #conceptdesign #sundayfunday #picoftheday @chrishemsworth #behindthescenes #comicbook #comicbookmovies #art #design #movie #superhero #conceptart #conceptdesign #superhero #imcharliewen #marvelcinematicuniverse #story #visualstorytelling #visualdevelopment @marvelstudios @marvel @imcharliewen #marvel #throwback #marvelcinematicuniverse #photooftheday

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I promised a few weeks ago that I’d take you back to the very early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe before @ryan_meinerding_art and I were entrusted to start and head Marvel’s Visual Development department together. I knew Ryan way back because I’d hired him onto God of War, then a few years later, he invited me to meet with Kevin @kevfeige to talk about helping to develop MCU since Ironman was such a success. I was supposed to have a long lead time to develop the look and feel of the Avengers world years before production, which would have been incredible to have that kind of time- but I was pulled into developing the look and feel of Thor’s world first as it needed help. I began design passes for Thor & Asgard, but was asked to design his hammer (Mjölnir) first because Hasbro needed to begin production on its toy line (shortly after this, @kenneth_branagh joined on to direct the film!— huge fan since Henry V!). The first image is the initial pass that goes from more traditional to wacky. The purpose was to begin establishing with Kevin a sense of boundaries and comfort levels for the magical realms of the MCU (in comparison to the earthly ground of Ironman’s tech). It’s always necessary to go too far! In these stages, I found it paramount to begin designing the MCU as a cohesive universe. The following images are hammer designs that got approved for the film (and toy;). * * * * * #conceptart #marvelstudios #thor #cosplay #mjolnir #pictureoftheday #avengers #marvel #avengers #throwback #conceptdesign #sundayfunday #picoftheday @chrishemsworth #behindthescenes #comicbook #comicbookmovies #art #design #movie #superhero #conceptart #conceptdesign #superhero #imcharliewen #marvelcinematicuniverse #story #visualstorytelling #visualdevelopment @marvelstudios @marvel @imcharliewen #marvel #throwback #marvelcinematicuniverse #photooftheday

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Il martello ha accompagnato il personaggio sin dal suo primo film, trovando la sua distruzione in Thor: Ragnarok, per mano di Hela. Adesso, il personaggio interpretato da Chris Hemsworth è armato della prodigiosa Stormbreaker, l’ascia forgiata da Itri. Tuttavia il martello del Dio del tuono resta un’arma iconica e occupa un posto speciale nel cuore dei fan.

Rivedremo Thor in Avengers 4.

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