Or at least according to the exclusive announcment that popped up on Deadline Hollywood.Â Chris Hemsworth, of the J.J. Abram’s Star Trek Hemsworths, has been tapped by Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige and director Kenneth Branagh to wield the hammer, and speaketh ye olde English. TheÂ 25-year-old Australian hunk is a virtual unknown here in the United States. But he played “Kim Hyde” on 171 episodes ofÂ Home and Away, the successful OzÂ TV seriesÂ where Heath Ledger started.Â Hemsworth is repped by partner and co-founder William Ward at ROAR management and agent Ilene Feldman. The story of how Hemsworth landed the title role is an
When you cancel a series, it is always good to go out with a bang, and Robin #183 goes out in a way that makes the reader realize Tim Drake Wayne is more of a hero mastermind than Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman combined. Robin #183 is the last installment of the current series, and delivers a story that might just be the best single issue of 2009.