Chris Hemsworth Makes Appearance in 'Dundee' Mystery Project

Image via Rimfire

Image via Rimfire

Fans reacted in shock last weekend when a trailer for an unexpected new Crocodile Dundee film dropped on the internet.

The Son of a Legend Returns Home, supposedly stars Australian actor Chris Hemsworth alongside American actor Danny McBride, who plays the US-born offspring of Paul Hogan's iconic character.

Though you likely haven't heard a damn thing about it until today, there's apparently some sort of Crocodile Dundee revival slithering onto screens in a few months.

IMDb lists the production company as Rimfire Films, which notably produced the original Crocodile Dundee.

Still...the thought of Danny McBride starring in a fish-out-water comedy with Chris Hemsworth in full "lovable idiot" mode is undeniably alluring.

Just days after a trailer for the mysterious project surprised the world, a new clip has been teased featuring the Thor star.

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"Crocodile Dundee is a film that has stood the test of time". The official synopsis for Dundee has been released as well and it looks to be a legit movie. When the elder Dundee goes missing in the Outback, the only person that can possibly find him is his loudmouth American city boy son.

32 years after it hit cinemas, a fourth film is on the way - Dundee: The Son of A Legend Returns Home. Brian will have to channel his Aussie roots and embark on a new adventure in the land down under. The third instalment, Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles (2001), centred on Dundee living completely out of his element in LA with his young son and it failed to meet the success of its predecessors. Check out a new Dundee video of McBride and Hemsworth in character, and check out more new photos in the gallery!

"It's time to live up to the family name".

We are very curious to see what comes next with this project.

"I'm not going to lie to you, to be a real Crocodile Dundee, I think 95% of it is the vest and then 5% is just being able to not fall down and stay on your feet", McBride told the magazine.

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