Idris Elba has hinted that his role will be much bigger in Thor: The Dark World.
The British actor is set to reprise the role of Heimdall in the second Thor movie - which sees Alan Taylor take over the director's chair.
Speaking to Examiner the actor said: "In the new film we're going to get to know Heimdall the Asgardian a bit better, and we're going to get to know Asgard a bit better.
"I can't say too much, but the expansion of Thor in his world is going to be huge."
And Idris revealed that he felt very 'privileged' to play the role first time around when he was cast by Kenneth Branagh.
"My part was very small and functional in the first film but I still felt very privileged to play him - especially since Heimdall looks a certain way and has a Nordic lineage - and here I was playing this character and bringing him to life in a different way.
"It felt quite groundbreaking to be a part of that."
And Elba will not be the only actor who is set to reprise his role as Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston are back as Thor and Loki while Anthony Hopkins and Natalie Portman will also return.
Filming on the movie is set to get underway later this year.
Thor: The Dark World is released 8th November.