A new Thor trailer brings more Marvel heroes into the mix and Tribeca adds a television festival to this fall's events: These are today's PopBits!

Thor: Ragnarok's Japanese Trailer Adds a Sorcerer Supreme to the Mix
A new international trailer for the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok features an unexpected Marvel cameo, plus a bunch of new footage. This movie is looking better and better every time we get a look at it and November cannot come soon enough.

Tribeca TV Festival Will Premiere Will and Grace, Ten Days in the Valley and More
The first ever Tribeca TV Festival will kick off this September as an expansion of the Tribeca Film Festival. The three-day event will spotlight some of the best returning television shows, as well as offering a first glimpse at awaiting programming like Amy Sedaris's At Home with Amy Sedaris, the return of Will and Grace and a whole bunch more.

Twilight, Hunger Games and Saw to Feature in Lionsgate's New Theme Park
South Korea will soon be home to a Lionsgate theme park with attractions from films like Hunger Games and Twilight. The 1.3 million square-foot addition will be part of Jeju Shinhwa World and will give fans the first ever interactive experiences from those landmark film franchises. I don't know how I feel about going to Twilight Land just yet, but I'm willing to give it a chance just to visit Panem.

Silent Song Reaches Top 50 Tracks on iTunes Somehow
The track "A a a a Very Good Song" is nothing but 10 minutes of silence, but has managed to burn up the iTunes charts this past week. I really don't understand why, even with the explanation that autoplay on cars will play it first giving you a break from actual music or something. It makes no sense, but it's interesting to see a song of silence match up with actual musicians.

Anya Taylor-Joy Signs Up For Nosferatu Remake
Anya Taylor-Hoy, star of The Witch and the upcoming X-Men: New Mutants, will team up once more with Robert Eggers for a modern remake of the classic Nosferatu. The silent vampire film is one of the most iconic horror movies in cinema history, and The Witch director taking a pass at it bodes well for the creep factor. Now we just need to see who will be cast as Count Orlok.

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