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Warner Bros. Eyeing Chris Hemsworth for Mad Max: Furiosa

Warner Bros. Eyeing Chris Hemsworth for Mad Max: Furiosa

As pre-manufacturing ramps up on Mad Max: Furiosa, the prequel film is reportedly interested in casting Chris Hemsworth in a key part.

A casting call has reportedly leaked for George Miller’s planned Mad Max prequel film Mad Max: Furiosa, with the studio rumored to be fascinated in a key Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) star for a vital function: Chris Hemsworth.

Hemsworth is allegedly in thought for a character named Dementus, explained in the casting description as a man in his 30s-40s, who is “breathtakingly handsome” and possesses “an angel’s encounter, scarred by a deep brow wounded stitched collectively with shiny chrome staples.” Hemsworth has not officially signed on to the function.

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It is unclear if Dementus will be the character’s final title in the movie or just applied for character description, or if the prepared character will be an ally or antagonist to a more youthful Furiosa in an journey established before the functions of 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road.

Miller programs to start creation on Mad Max: Furiosa sometime upcoming yr. He recast the title part with The New Mutants star Ana Taylor-Joy this previous March immediately after reportedly considering getting Charlize Theron reprise her admirer-beloved part through the use of electronic de-getting old technological know-how.

Similar: ‘Heartbroken’ Charlize Theron Trusts George Miller’s Get in touch with to Recast Furiosa

Helmed by George Miller, Mad Max: Furiosa does not nonetheless have an introduced release day.

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