According to various online resources, the release date for A Perfect Getaway has been moved up to August 7th.
The gallery has been updated with the following new screencaps. A big thank you to Ida and Trish again for all their help. 🙂
I also set up a Twitter account for the site if you’d like to follow the site’s updates. We are at twitter.com/chemsworthnet and please feel free and help spread the word.
The Aussie made a warp-speed impression with his fleeting role in ” Star Trek,” but now come the big roles with “Red Dawn” and “Thor.”
In the pages of Marvel Comics there are plenty of magical weapons but the most famous is an ancient stone hammer with this inscription: “Whosoever holds this hammer, should he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor.”
Considering the fact (and the fiction) that Thor is the Norse god of thunder, that’s a lot of pressure on anyone who dares to reach for the mystical mallet. No one knows that better than Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, the just-announced title star of the upcoming “Thor,” which will be the fourth movie from upstart Marvel Studios. Hemsworth will be just the third leading man for Marvel, following Robert Downey Jr. ( “Iron Man” and its sequel next summer) and Edward Norton ( “The Incredible Hulk”).
Continue reading Chris Hemsworth: Warp speed to the top
Screencaps of Chris’ performance in episode 3677 of Home and Away have been added to the gallery. More screencaps will be added soon, but please bear with the random order they will be added because Iâ€™ve only found certain episodes so far and will be capping as I go. Iâ€™ll also be adding stills and promos soon as well.
Below is an interview (video by dingogrrl) of Chris’ recent interview on Sunrise on April 30, 2009 where he speaks about his role in Star Trek.
Below is an interview (video by dingogrrl) of Chris’ recent interview with The Morning Show on April 30, 2009 where he speaks about his role in Star Trek.
Australian hunk Chris Hemsworth, 25, had to go up against his younger brother Liam for the part of Thor.
Hemsworth has caused an industry stir by scoring roles in two blockbusters, the upcoming Thor (a.k.a The Mighty Thor) and Star Trek, where he played Captain Kirkâ€™s father.
Hemsworthâ€™s appearances in local TV series Home and Away were still being recorded as recently as this year. The series has been a launch pad into Hollywood for several Australians.
The Thor role, however, only came after James Bond star Daniel Craig, pictured, knocked it back.
Another Hemsworth brother, Luke, is also an actor, known in Australia for such TV drama series as Neighbours and All Saints.
Chris Hemsworth moved to Los Angeles just two years ago and was reported to be living in the guesthouse of his Hollywood agent, William Ward.
This week we were lucky enough to talk to Thor writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz. . Today Ashley Miller talks about his other projects and of course Thor and I think you will be happy with the answers.
Lately you have mainly been involved with writing for Television(Sarah Connor Chronicles and now Fringe), how did you become involved in the writing of Thor?
AM-We were in the right place at the right time. Marvel needed a writer (or team, in our case) with a very particular set of skills and experience. Obviously they wanted to work with people who’d done features before, which we had. They were also very interested in people who know how to collaborate, and could turn drafts around efficiently, which we do. That we have a background in genre material and an interest in comic books were big plusses, I think. Owning a complete Walt Simonson run on Thor and being able to wax rhapsodic about Beta Ray Bill didn’t hurt our case.
Continue reading Details On â€˜Thorâ€™ From Writer
Movie producer Naveen Chathappuram wants to solidify Chicago as a movie-making locale.
At the same time, “Ca$h,” Chathappuram’s first major motion picture shot in Chicago intended for wide distribution, is putting the producer’s company, Immortal Thoughts Productions, on the map.
Chathappuram, who was raised in Downers Grove and attended Columbia College, always thought Chicago, with all its dichotomies, was overlooked by Hollywood. He opened the Immortal Thoughts office in Northfield and set his sights on producing movies in the Windy City.
“My aim was to shoot in Chicago. It just went with my vision,” he said. “To me, L.A. has gotten old, it’s gotten boring to me.”
“Ca$h” addresses the old dilemma of greed vs. morality, but it’s not stale. The issue is being scrutinized today more than ever.
Continue reading Northfield producer shows Chicago’s potential in ‘Ca$h’