New Dundee Movie teaser trailer features an all-star cast

 

A new teaser trailer has just been released for the fourth Crocodile Dundee movie, The Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home. 

In the new film, Danny McBride stars as the illegitimate son of Crocodile Dundee, Brian Dundee who returned to Australia to find his father, who went missing in the Outback. Unlike his father, Brian grew up as a city kid in the United States. With the help of Wally Jr. (Chris Hemsworth), son of  Walter “Wally” Reilly (John Meillon), who was senior Dundee’s business partner in the first two films, Brian explores the Outback, with very little skills, to try to find his father and learn more about his roots.

The film also stars Hugh Jackman as the Prime Minister, Margot Robbie as Lil’ Donk, Russell Crowe as newspaper magnate and villain J.P. Steele, Isla Fisher as Dr. Clark, Ruby Rose as Chief Jackson, Liam Hemsworth as Wes Windsong, Jessica Mauboy as Miss Thompson, and Luke Bracey as the Cricket Legend. The project is produced by Rimfire Films, the company that produced the first two Dundee movies.

Sorry, guys.

The Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home is not a real movie. Hints of the film first appeared a few weeks ago on social media but were later revealed to be a marketing tool to promote tourism in Australia. The official trailer will premiere during the Super Bowl, but it’s not real.

After the release of the Official Cast intro trailer, fans have been begging for this film to be made.

The original Crocodile Dundee film was released in 1986 and grossed $328 million at the worldwide box office. It was written and starred Paul Hogan as the Australian bushman Michael “Crocodile” Dundee. Two sequels came out from the original film, 1988’s Crocodile Dundee II and 2001’s Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.

Check out the Official Cast intro trailer below:

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