Chris Hemsworth Is Also In Crocodile Dundee Movie

Seriously, what world are we living in? Last Friday, a trailer was dropped fro a film no one was asking for in the form of Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home.

This film (which is titled like a direct-to-DVD release) features Danny McBride as the titular son of the world-famous Crocodile Dundee, and it was somehow made under all our noses. Perhaps. If this is real — and I’m still not convinced it is.

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Well, let the surreal nature of this project continue to pour over you. It looks like Thor: Ragnarok star Chris Hemsworth is also in this film, as evidenced by yet another teaser for the film. In the teaser, we see Hemsworth with a sign held up that says “Dundee,” only for Danny McBride to get dropped off by a bus. Needless to say, this isn’t what Hemsworth’s character expected Dundee’s son to look like.

It’s a fun little short piece, and if you can believe it, I’m super excited for whatever this project ends up being, be it an actual film, or some fake movie set to promote a Tropic Thunder sequel.

What do you make of Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home? Is this the real deal, or is this building up to something much more hilarious and interesting? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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