No panel. No Q&A session. Nothing except a trailer. Oh, and this but it kind of already came out.
However, the trailer did come in style. Kevin Feige brought in Tom Hiddleston as Loki for the last time to present the trailer. I found the Loki introduction on YouTube and it is real fun. Here is a description from Collider:
"It begins with a battle in a burning village with Sif and Warriors Three fighting masked warriors. Thor beams in, makes some quips with Sif, and slays a rock monster. We then see London attacked, Thor beams in, nd beams Jane Foster out to Asgard. We see him recruiting Loki, and the Warriors Three and Sif threaten to kill Loki if he betrays them. This is interspersed with loads of action. It’s tough to go beat by beat, but it looks exciting and finally lets Thor be Thor in a world that fits him. It’s the grand tone we only briefly saw in the beginning of the first movie. While I can’t go through every moment, I will say that the trailer ends with Loki slicing off Thor’s hand, a moment that was greeted with a collective gasp from the audience."
[UPDATE] Here is video of the Loki introduction along with a picture.
I'm pretty shocked that Thor: The Dark World didn't get a panel. They must be pretty confident that people are excited enough which is a mistake, imo. Most people think Thor was the weakest movie in Phase One.
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