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Actor Chris Hemsworth Hopelessly Miscast as Wrestler Hulk Hogan in New Biopic

Other fans jumped to to slam Netflix for the casting move.



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It has been announced that Australian actor Chris Hemsworth has been cast to play wrestling giant Hulk Hogan in an upcoming Netflix biopic and the world is left asking… um, what the heck is wrong with you people in Hollywood?

Many wrestling fans don’t get this casting. For one, as buffed as Chris Hemsworth is, the Aussie actor is real-world buffed, not super jacked like Hogan was at his 1980s peak. In other words, the actor seems to be very fit – extremely, even – but not roided out like Hogan was. In fact, Hemsworth almost looks like a norm-sized fellow compared to Hogan in the 1980s.

Then there is the pretty factor. Hulk Hogan is nothing if not a beastly looking chap, let’s face it. Yet, Hollywood is picking a pretty-faced actor like Hemswoth to portray the famously homely wrestler?

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It just seems like a bad fit all the way around. And wrestling fans are just as confused.

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Leading the criticism was wrestling commentator Bryan Alvarez who insisted that compared to Hogan, Hemsworth “just looks like a normal guy,” Daily Mail reported.

“He’s big, and yes he’s got long blonde hair,” Alvarez said of Hemsworth, “but, have you seen Hulk Hogan in the ’80s? He’s at least twice the size of Thor!”

Alvarez also felt that Hogan should be portrayed by an American actor, not an Aussie like Hemsworth.

Other fans jumped to Twitter to slam Netflix for the casting move.

The film reportedly will not cover the wrestler’s entire life to date, only the period in the 1980s that comprise the rise of Hulkamania.

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