Chris Hemsworth joins the female-led Ghostbusters movie as sexy secretary

Yeah, we know he isn't a female

Chris Hemsworth

by Laurence Mozafari |
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Chris Hemsworth has made the leap from playing superhero Thor, to a dude with a super-large bulge, and now he'll play a super secretary in the female-led Ghostbusters movie.

When we say he'll be a "super" secretary, he won't be breaking desks in half and warming up cups of coffee with his laser vision. We just mean he'll be super-effective at filing, and super-organised when booking meeting rooms.

The film's director Paul Feig tweeted the news that Chris would take up the eye candy role for the ghoulish comedy.

Chris' sexy secretary (sexretary?) will join female Ghostbusters, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones in the reboot of the classic '80s movie franchise.

The movie received a mixed reaction when it was announced, but the director shrugged this off by saying: "A lot of people are angry that we're touching the franchise. I get that. It's legitimate. But when it's, 'How dare you put women in!' That's just misogyny."

Rumours had circulated that Channing Tatum was going to star in an all-male reboot of the franchise, which would be in addition for the female version, but that's still unconfirmed.

Paul Feig said: "I love Channing, and that would be awesome, but I'm focused on [my version], which starts shooting in three weeks."

Ghostbusters is due to hit cinemas on July 22, 2016.

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