Chris Hemsworth, better known as Thor from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set to star in Netflix’ newest film, Dhaka. Before any Thor fans in Bangladesh get too excited, don’t be misled by the title, as the movie will be shot in India and Indonesia.
A Hollywood Reunion
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Dhaka will be a reunion of sorts of for Hemsworth. The movie is produced by Joe and Anthony Russo, a duo that previously worked with Hemsworth in Avengers: Infinity War.
It will be also written by the Russo brothers. More interestingly, making his directorial debut in this movie is Sam Hargrave. Hargrave is a stunt coordinator who has worked as a stunt double for Hemsworth’s co-star Chris Evans as Captain America. The movie will also be the Netflix debut for Hollywood superstar Hemsworth.
The plot of the film is being kept under wraps, but we have a few details so far. Hemsworth is going to play a man coping with emotional turmoil. His character is described by Deadline as physically brave but emotionally a coward. The plot of the movie will see Hemsworth rescuing a kidnapped Indian boy. The movie will be an action-thriller flick.
Filming and Release
The movie is set to begin shooting this November and end filming next year in March. The release date of the movie is yet to be confirmed. HiFi will keep you updated when the Russo brothers announce a release date for their upcoming movie.