…and we suddenly cut to a place that resembles the set of Alien. (Or, as the twelve-year-olds call it, “the set of Prometheus.) This fellow looks like he’s imprisoned, or perhaps in hiding. If this is indeed the “darkness” Odin refers to from before the universe, he’s probably been imprisoned for a long, long time. Is this Malekith, the dark elf who appears to be the film’s main villain? Or someone else?
At this point, a dark gothic-looking ship starts laying siege to a waterside park. It vaguely resembles the Collector Ship from Mass Effect 2.
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