Matt Damon joins the cast of Thor: Love and Thunder

Matt Damon joins Thor: Love and Thunder - report

It seems like another familiar face is being added into the cast of Thor: Love and Thunder.

The Australian news outlet revealed that Matt Damon and his family were spotted coming off a private jet in Sydney which is where the next Thor movie is now being filmed. We don't know which role will be played by Matt Damon in Thor 4. Of course, it's also possible he's set to play a completely different character with a more substantial part.

With Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Natalie Portman (Jane Foster), and Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie) returning to their roles, Christian Bale is starring as Gorr - the God Butcher. The actor said in his latest interview that he, wife Luciana, and their daughters Isabella, Gia and Stella have moved to Australia for a few months.

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Shooting for Thor: Love and Thunder is expected to begin very, very soon, and the movie is expected to launch around May 2022, assuming we get no further delays. It's unknown whether he will have an expanded role in Taika Waititi's next movie, which has been reported as being nearly like an Avengers 5 due to its large cast. The actor played a cameo role and appeared alongside Sam Neill in a comical drama being performed for Odin. He also went on to gush about how the Australian film crews are "world-renowned" for their professionalism and said that they are a "joy to work with".

Deadline reports that Matt's immigration attorney told local media: "Every aspect of the relocation and quarantine of the Damon family has been privately organized and funded ... their entry will have no effect. this will or will not reduce the number of places for Australians overseas waiting to return home nor create any burden for the Australian taxpayer whatsoever".

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