Not as New52 failtastic as the new Thor's costume, but the shield and the wings look soooo bad together.
These are going to have absolutely bupkiss effect on the movies, which are drawing their inspiration from a combination of decade+ old stories from 616 and Ultimate universes.
And that's the problem. Superhero comics is an industry in crisis -- it's taken them a good 20 years to finally realise they have a sizeable female fanbase that they've deliberately been ignoring until very recently. As part of that malaise, Marvel has repeatedly demonstrated its inability to co-ordinate its movie and comics output -- everytime a movie gets released, anyone who decides to try the comics as result finds a status quo that is frequently radically different.
(Say what you want about the original 90s Judge Dredd movie, but there was a year long tie-in series catering to the new fans of the franchise the movie created.)
Both DC and Marvel's creative output is being managed to some degree by fanboys "made good". That's not necessarily bad, but it far too easily leads to them creating an ecosystem saturated in pointless nostalgia and trying to tell grown up stories -- ie full of violence & sex crimes, often depicted quite graphically -- that appeal to them about the characters they grew up with (see basically everything DC's done for the past decade, including comprehensively eradicating as many of the second+ generation of legacy characters in order to focus on the long dead white male originators that Dan Didio & friends grew up with, alienating huge chunks of the then current fan base in order to reconnect with the old).
It's only now they seem to realise that people want comics that are fun.
One of the worst things Marvel ever did was cancel their all-ages Marvel Adventures line -- low angst, low continuity versions of the Avengers and supporting characters (Janet for instance was operating as Giant Girl instead of Wasp, Thor and Stor were dating) still entirely recognisable to everyone. With so much interest in the cinematic universe and its focus on long standing characters, I really think they need to reintroduce a similar title.
Oh, and she's not getting the actual Mjolnir.
I've heard the exact opposite -- the entire premise is that Thor Odisonson as we know him is no longer worthy of Mjolnir and it's "whom soever be worthy" gateway to the powers of the God of Thunder, which is why he's now using the godkiller axe.
(though I have to wonder if that's not a mannica but an artificial arm he's sporting)