Blockbuster superhero duo Chris Hemsworth and Chris Pratt have been spotted filming the latest Thor movie in Sydney.
The actors were photographed in costume for the first time on set of Thor: Love And Thunder, which began filming on January 26.
Shooting was taking place in Centennial Park yesterday, with Hemsworth seen rocking his long Thor locks and a red leather vest, while Pratt was sporting his character Star-Lord’s signature leather jacket.
Thor: Love And Thunder is being directed by New Zealand director Taika Waititi, who also shot the 2017 film Thor: Ragnarok.
The movie, which is the fourth Thor movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has brought a star-studded cast to Australia, including Matt Damon and Natalie Portman.
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The last we saw the title character, Thor (Hemsworth) was headed back out into space with the Guardians Of The Galaxy crew led by Star-Lord (Pratt).
Damon’s role in the film still remains a mystery, while Portman will reprise her role as Dr Jane Foster after debuting in the 2011 original.
Production is expected to pump $178 million into the local economy, create 2500 jobs and use the services of 1650 Australian businesses.
Hemsworth, 37, and his wife Elsa Pataky, 44, were spotted flying into Sydney from their Byron Bay home via private jet on Sunday.
Pratt and Damon both arrived in Australia in mid-January and have completed the mandatory 14 days quarantine.