‘Mad Max’ Director Would Like to Direct ‘Thor 5’: “I Would Work With Chris on Anything”

George Miller would love to direct thor 5

There are over 30 projects rumored to be in development and scheduled to be released sometime in the next two years, and ‘Thor 5’ is one of them, at least according to the rumors that are getting louder and louder. Recently, Taika Waititi commented on the possibility of him helming the fifth God of Thunder movie in the MCU, and he shrugged it off, saying that it’s really not on his schedule at the moment.

This is ultimately a good thing if you are familiar with ‘Love and Thunder’ which is often lauded to be the worst Thor movie by a long shot, something that even Hemsworth commented on recently. Now ‘Thor 5’ is still without a director and one surprising name has stated that he would like to direct it, primarily due to his experience working with Chris Hemsworth.

In his recent interview with ComicBook, George Miller, presenting his latest flick ‘Mad Max: Furiosa’ opened up regarding his experience working with Chris, and stated that he would love to do any project with him, including ‘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 would absolutely provide us with a phenomenal cinematic experience, something that the Thor franchise is lacking at the moment. As I’ve already mentioned, the fifth movie is still without a director, but rumors point in the direction of the upcoming installment moving away from ‘Love and Thunder’ themes as much as possible, keeping a more serious tone of the film.

What do you think? Would Miller be a good fit? Let us know in the comments below!

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