(trying some new format stuff, nobody freak out)
SLASHFILM has yet another gloriously preposterous "Thor" image up. This time it's a wide shot of the Hall of Asgard, where it appears Thor is recieving a dressing-down from Odin. Frigga (Rene Russo!!??), Loki, Fandral and Hogun are also in attendance. It's hard to make out costume detail, but fans should take note that you can see Odin and Loki both wearing what look like remarkably faithful versions of their comic helmets (that's Loki down on the far left behind Frigga with the big crazy horns.
I must say I'm still really digging the "alien-ness" of the design here - the main inspiration is still clearly reproducing Jack Kirby designs in live-action (I really want to know if Brannagh has just been a fan this whole time, or if he and his designers looked at old Thor comics and immediately decided "this is what we're doing.") and Kirby was famously fascinated by the Ancient Astronaut/"Chariots of The Gods" theory of mythology, i.e. "Gods" as primitive man's interpretation of contact with extraterrestrials. Maybe that's the "answer" of how this ties in to the rest of the Avengers etc. "universe," that THIS Thor etc. are/were alien or extra-dimensional superbeings and the ones we know from Norse myth are actually these guys as-described by early humans who didn't fully "comprehend" them? I've heard worse ideas, and like the man said "any technology, sufficiently advanced, would be indistinguishable from magic."