The premiere will mark the kickoff of a two-day promotion tour through the country, with stops in Sydney and Hemsworth’s home town of Melbourne. Fellow star Natalie Portman isn’t mentioned and likely won’t be participating since she is expecting her first child this summer.
Australia has the release date lead on the rest of the world, with the April 21 wide opening not repeated anywhere until April 27, in Belgium, Egypt, France and Switzerland. Pretty much every other place on the planet that has a movie theater follows suit over the next three days. The U.S. and Japan both get a raw deal, with May 6 and July 2 openings, respectively.
Hemsworth has of course already seen it, and he says that it is quite good. No surprises there. The recently released French trailer showed some promising new tidbits, but we’ll all have to wait until May 6 for the full 3-D experience.
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