According to Cinema Blend on Jan. 2, with the release of the "Thor: The Dark World" Blu-ray on the way, the specifications showing the categories of the scene selection reveals Marvel's One-Shot "All Hail The King" film short. The source of these details came initially from the British Board of Film Classification that had given specifics on the bonus scenes to the home version.
Rumors had been going around about Ben Kingsley partaking in a project with Marvel Studios which had him portraying the Mandarin again, but only this time the real Mandarin. Rumor had it that the Mandarin was a bit irate that Trevor Slatery was using his image as ruse to get some leverage under Tony Stark.
The Marvel One-Shots and other film shorts have made their way to their corresponding home releases and seems to have spawn the ability to tie-in the movie plot lines to other movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When Agent Phil Coulson got his own television series, Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", the outcome even perpetuated more One-Shots such as Agent Carter's, altercation with some thugs.
The title of the One-Shot may not necessarily suggest a tie-in to the Mandarin, but seems to suggest a relation to Loki and Thor. At the end of Alan Taylor's film, there is a deception having been displayed in Asgard and the deception of the rumors regarding the Mandarin simply could have been a red herring.