Director of ‘Mad Max’ Franchise Expresses Interest in Directing ‘Thor 5’: “I Would Work With Chris on Anything”

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There are more than 30 rumored projects expected to come out in the next couple of years, and ‘Thor 5’ is one of them, according to the increasingly loud rumors. Recently, Taika Waititi addressed the possibility of directing the fifth Thor movie but dismissed it, saying it’s not in his plans right now.

This could be seen as a positive development, especially if you consider the criticism ‘Love and Thunder’ has received, with some calling it the worst Thor film yet, a sentiment even echoed by Hemsworth himself recently. With ‘Thor 5’ still lacking a director, one unexpected name has thrown their hat into the ring, expressing interest primarily because of their experience collaborating with Chris Hemsworth.

During his recent ComicBook interview, George Miller, promoting his latest film ‘Mad Max: Furiosa,’ shared his thoughts on collaborating with Chris Hemsworth. He expressed his admiration for Hemsworth’s work and mentioned his willingness to work on any project with him, even expressing interest in potentially directing ‘Thor 5.’

I would work with Chris on anything. I really would. He’s a wonderful actor. He’s got the full range of all the skills. I mean, you’ve got to be athletic, physically. But, you also gotta be athletic emotionally and intellectually to take on these very, ultimately fairly complex, any role really. So, I was very lucky with all my cast and particularly in the way that Anya and Chris matched each other. Particularly towards the end of the month.

George Miller could really give us a great movie experience, something the Thor series needs right now. As I said earlier, the fifth movie doesn’t have a director yet, but rumors suggest it might take a different direction from ‘Love and Thunder,’ aiming for a more serious tone.

What do you reckon? Would Miller do well? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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