A brief video clip didn't make a huge deal about outing Sir Anthony Hopkins' look for Kenneth Branagh's "Thor" movie this week. Hopkins appeared front and center during a montage of set shots, though, which also displayed leading man Chris Hemsworth in costume and a brief interview about how things have been progressing.

"Thor starts out as a pretty brash, cocky kind of character," Hemsworth told "Entertainment Tonight." "Odin's become older and wiser [and] he realizes that there's a better way of doing things, and so that's also the challenge for him in trying to discipline Thor for the actions he's taking."

Hemsworth's on-screen love interest for the film, Natalie Portman, who plays Jane Foster, seems to be having a good time. She corroborated Hemworth's take on the Odinson, adding that she won't be the lady he has eyes for when the movie comes out in May of 2011.

"He has other love interests, too," Portman explained.

Still, she believes she's been matched well with Hemsworth for the project.

"It's been really fun," she said. "I think there's a lot of chemistry."

[Via IGN]

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