“Mighty Thor / Love & Thor” Russell Crowe reveals that he will play the role of “Zeus”

Marvel Cinematic Universe(MCU) works “Mighty Thor / Love & Thor(Original title: Thor: Love and Thunder) ”Russell CroweThe role of Olympus is the god of Olympus“Zeus”It became clear that.

Crow, who appeared on an Australian morning radio show, reveals himself the role of Zeus by telling the story of the day. “I’m about to ride my bike to Disney Fox’s studio, where I use hot tongs (editor: I think it’s a curling iron).At around 9:15, “Thor』I’m Zeus.Today is the last day of Zeus, so you can enjoy it. “

Zeus, whose role was revealed by Crow, is a character based on Greek mythology. It is the god that unites the gods of Olympus and controls the sky and climate.

“Mighty Thor / Love & Thor” is being filmed in Australia. In the first place, it seems that Crow’s appearance in the same work was originally planned as a surprise.However, Crow himself starred in Australia.Chris Hemsworth& I posted on Instagram about spending time with my wife Elsa Pataky, and I was witnessed watching rugby together in the field, and after that, the fact of appearance was confirmed by media coverage. ..

This time, he talked about his role as Zeus, and this was reported in the US media. Crow also said he would use “hot tongs (curling irons),” which means that Zeus will appear in curly hairstyles.

In this work, Chris Hemsworth as the main character Thor, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, and Jamie Alexander as Lady Schiff will continue to cast. Christian Vale plays the villain “God Killer” Gore the God Butcher, as well as Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, Dave Bautista as Drax, and Nebula from the Guardians of the Galaxy series. Karen Gillan and Sean Gunn as Kraglin will also appear. Matt Damon will also make a cameo appearance.

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