Not That it Matters, But Joss Whedon Directed That Thor Easter Egg Scene

If you’ve seen “Thor”, you already know what happens at the end of the film, post-credits. If you haven’t, and for some reason are still waiting to see the movie (sheesh, it’s only been out what, for three weeks now?), then consider the below SPOILERS. You have been warned.
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So, at the end of “Thor”, there is a minute-long scene where Professor Selvig (played by Stellan Skarsgard) meets up with SHIELD’s Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who has something to show Selvig. It is eventually revealed that Selvig was being manipulated by Loki (Tom Hiddleston), believed dead at the end of “Thor”, but let’s face it, villains don’t die in comic books, and they certainly don’t die in comic book movies.

I think most people assumed that Kenneth Branagh, the director of “Thor”, also directed that easter egg scene above. But according to Skarsgard, who tells Empire that it was actually Joss Whedon, and that they shot the scene only a “few months ago”, probably to ensure that the secret didn’t leak out to the Interwebs so quickly.

The scene itself isn’t so outstanding that it really matters who directed it, but you know, in case you were wondering, it was Whedon, who is currently directing “The Avengers”, a movie that will feature Selvig, Fury, and Loki.