Legends of Valhalla: Thor
|Legends of Valhalla: Thor|
|Directed by||Oskar Jonasson
|Produced by||Hilmar Sigurdsson
|Written by||Friðrik Erlingsson|
Emmett J Scanlan
J. Drew Lucas
|Music by||Stephen McKeon|
|Edited by||Elísabet Ronaldsdóttir|
Legends of Valhalla: Thor (Icelandic: Hetjur Valhallar - Þór), also known as Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer, is a 2011 3D CGI animated comedy feature film co-produced by CAOZ, Ulysses and Magma Films. It is based on stories about Thor, the god of thunder from Norse mythology. The film is the first full-length animated film to be produced in Iceland. It was released on October 14, 2011 in Reykjavík.
The young blacksmith Thor lives happily with his single mother in a peaceful little village. The legend says he is the son of Odin, the King of the Gods. Therefore the fellow villagers believe that the terrifying Giants will never attack them. But they are terribly mistaken. A Giant army crushes the village and takes the villagers to Hel, the Queen of the Underworld. Thor is knocked out and left behind. He sets out to save his friends with the hammer Crusher - who claims to be a magical weapon!
- Justin Gregg as Thor
- Paul Tylak as Crusher
- Nicola Coughlan as Edda
- Liz Lloyd as Hel
- Alan Stanford as Odinn
- Emmett J Scanlan as Sindri
- J. Drew Lucas as Thrym
- Mary Murray as Freyja
- Lesa Thurman as Mother
- Gary Hetzler as Grandfather
- Hillary Kavanagh as Old Age
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- "Five star film and on the top of the Box Office!". CAOZ. October 26, 2011. Retrieved December 8, 2011.
- "Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer (2011)". Amazon.com (United States). Retrieved 2013-02-21.
- "Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer (2011)". Amazon.ca (Canada). Retrieved 2013-02-21.
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