Australia has brought us many hugely talented stars over the years, who have gone on to enjoy hugely successful careers in the entertainment industry. One such star is the very handsome and very talented actor Chris Hemsworth, who has impressed with a string of strong performances on the big screen, which has seen him becoming one of the most sought after actors on the planet.
Next up for Chris Hemsworth is a role in the female led Ghostbusters movie, which seems him taking on the role of the receptionist in the film. While most of us have become used to hearing Chris do an American accent on the big screen, in Ghostbusters he actually uses her natural Australian accent, something which he says he actually found strange to do.
Hemsworth explained, "It (doing an Australian accent) was (weird) at first. It's funny because (your voice) becomes like another prop. But when it's you speaking, and having not done it in a time, you... you're very much aware of it. It's in your head a little bit more. Home and Away was the last time I had to speak like this (Australian accent) in a film."
While Chris Hemsworth plays the male eye candy in Ghostbusters, the movie is female led, featuring such stars as Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, and Kate McKinnon. Ghostbusters is directed by Paul Feig and is set to hit the big screen on July 15 in both the US and the UK. After seeing the second trailer, we are a little more hopeful than after the first.