Thor is back on the big screen this week in Avengers Assemble as his powers are required by S.H.I.E.L.D to help save the world.
Gone is the cockiness and the selfishness of Thor, qualities that we saw at the beginning of his first stand alone movie last year and instead he is filled with compassion and a duty towards those who cannot fight for themselves.
But his family loyalty will once again be put to the test as it is his brother Loki who is wreaking havoc on the Earth.
Film fans saw Chris Hemsworth take on the role of Thor for the first time last summer as Kenneth Branagh brought the character and Asgard to the big screen.
As a Marvel hero Hemsworth saw his star rocket and he is now back in the Marvel universe to do battle once more.
Thor was a character who believed that it was his destiny to be King of Asgard and follow in the footsteps of his father.
While he was a leader on the battlefield be believed that war and killing the enemy was the only way to gain their respect and ensure that they would never rise up - a view not shared by his father.
It is only when he is banished to earth and stripped of all his godly powers does he truly learn humility, respect and what it means to be in a position of power.
With Avengers Assemble we see a more grown up Thor keep the promise of allegiance than he made to Agent Phil Coulson from at the end of Thor.
He is joined by Iron Man, Captain America, Hawkeye, Hulk and Black Widow, played by Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson.
And while Thor and co may have Loki to deal with it seems that there is plenty of tension within the group as they do as much fighting between themselves as they do with the enemy.
Good news for all Chris Hemsworth fans as we are going to be seeing much more of the actor as Thor as a second stand alone movie is set to shoot sometime this year.
Avengers Assemble is released 26th April
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