It seems that another big name has been added to list of huge actors and actresses working for Marvel. Russell Crowe, who played Superman’s father in DCEU’s Man of Steel, has officially joined the roster for Thor: Love & Thunder.

Russell will be playing the Greek God Zeus in the upcoming movie from the blockbuster series. The movie is currently being filmed in Australia, where Takia Waititi has again returned to attempt to try to bring another comedic masterpiece.

The suspicion of Russell Crowe being part of Thor 4 started when he was spotted in Australia while the shooting for the movie was on-going. While there were no photos, fans were in the dark about his participation in the ongoing project.

While being interviewed at the Australian radio station Joy 94.9, the actor revealed that he will in fact be playing the role of Zeus, the Greek God. Many fans of the actor would like to see him do a role akin to Gladiator, and he’s found the best one.

Russell Crowe has revealed his role in Thor: Love and Thunder

via @JOY949 pic.twitter.com/5RfJP716ch— Thor: Love and Thunder News (@lovethundernews) April 22, 2021

Thor 4 is going to be one of the biggest movie projects of all time with a dazzling cast of Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), even DC’s former Batman Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher and Melissa McCarthy as fake Hela.

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Nitish Vashishtha

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