Chris Hemsworth reportedly told an Australian publication that he would love to turn his Crocodile Dundee Super Bowl commercial into a real movie.
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Just as we suspected, Chris Hemsworth would love to turn his Crocodile Dundee Super Bowl commercial into a real movie.
That’s right, the Australian actor reportedly told a publication that he would be interested in turning the advert into a feature film after hearing such a positive response from fans.
But he would initially need a great script before jumping on board… but get this: he’s already thinking about his upcoming schedule and how the potential movie could fit into it.
So that’s a good sign right?
The Super Bowl ad cost around $36 million, and its purpose was to boost tourism for the land down under.
It aired at Super Bowl 52 in front of 100 million viewers and right away fans flocked to Twitter to demand the film get thrown into production.
The mock film trailer also stars Danny McBride, and in it, Chris takes him to see 37,000 miles of pristine beach and taste some of the finest wines in the world.
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