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Come on Hollywood, your London geography is terrible.
Thor: The Dark World has been out for a few years, but London residents still can’t get over Hollywood’s disappointing London Underground scene.
Let’s review: Thor (the statuesque Christopher Hemsworth) gets transported to Charring Cross tube station following his beef with Malekith.
With his trademark baffled expression, the Asgardian prince asks a commuter for directions to Greenwich. Simple enough.
No. No, it’s not simple – not for Hollywood – and what follows is anarchy.
The woman on the train gives him a once over before informing him that it’s three stops away. From Charring Cross station.
Greenwich is most certainly not three stops from Charring Cross station.
Hello @Marvel I can no longer be silent. I demand that you reshoot the scene in Thor 2 where Thor gets the tube. Gr… https://t.co/8k8RrnzqFK — TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon)
@redtoria @TechnicallyRon @Marvel Thor, pls change at London Bridge — Lucy: Older every day (@Lucy: Older every day)
HOLY SHIT THIS HAS BOTHERED ME FOR YEARS. I CAN ACCEPT A LOT OF THINGS MARVEL BUT YOU CANNOT GET FROM CHARING CROSS… https://t.co/EjNn95mDvE — Rosalind Mosis (@Rosalind Mosis)
Do better, Hollywood.
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