Idris Elba has confirmed he will be returning the role of Heimdall in the 'Thor' sequel.
The British actor - who played the role of guardian Heimdall in the first instalment of the action movie starring Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hilddleston - has confirmed he will be back for the second feature, which is due to begin filming this year.
Asked if he had any Marvel projects in the future, he said: "'Thor 2', for sure. We're going at it again."
Natalie Portman - who played Jane Foster in the 2011 film - is also widely expected to return, although she was said to have been annoyed at Patty being sidelined in the project.
The first 'Thor', which told the tale of the leader of the Norse Gods, played by Sir Anthony Hopkins, banishing his son to earth, made $448.5 million at the box office worldwide.