What Hemsworth thinks about Dolph Lundgren's He-Man casting idea

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Jan 14, 2013, 1:38 PM EST

Jon M. Chu is remaking Masters of the Universe. The 1987 film is best known for Dolph Lundgren and Frank Langella's performances as He-Man and his nemesis Skeletor. So now that it's getting a makeover, who should replace the brawny actor?

Back in August, Lundgren was asked about possible He-Man successors. He mentioned Channing Tatum and Chris Hemsworth as his top picks. We're not sure about Tatum, but we know how Hemsworth feels about the idea.

When it comes to Masters of the Universe, the Australian actor told Empire Magazine, "I can't play He-Man, it's pretty much Thor, isn't it?"

He continued, laughing, "I'll have to go back and watch that. They're redoing that, aren't they?"

Well, both He-Man and Thor are blond and buff alpha males. So it seems as if Hemsworth doesn't want to typecast himself.

Who do you think should play the new He-Man?

(Empire via CBM)

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