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Sam Neill admits that the MCU is a “perfect mystery” despite the tall cameo

Sam Neill says the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still a “perfect mystery” for him-even after shooting the next cameo in the Thor movie.


Sam Neill revealed that he didn’t know what he was doing when he shot the second cameo of the tall franchise in Sydney earlier this year.

The actor, 74, admitted on Friday that he had no idea what was going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because he didn’t have time to watch the movie.

He said News.com.au: “The whole Marvel Universe is a complete mystery to me.”

“It’s a lifelong dedication”: Sam Neill admitted on Friday that he had no idea what was going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because he didn’t have time to watch the movie.

“You need to devote a few weeks of your life to it. It’s a lifetime dedication,” he added.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe consists of more than 20 films, from Iron Man in 2008 to the upcoming Spider-Man: Noway Home.

Sam first appeared in the franchise in 2017 as an Asgard performer who played Thor’s father Odin in Thor: Ragnarok, along with Luke Hemsworth and Matt Damon.

Cameo: Sam first appeared in the franchise in 2017 with Luke Hemsworth and Matt Damon as an Asgard performer who played Thor's father Odin in Thor: Ragnarok.

Cameo: Sam first appeared in the franchise in 2017 with Luke Hemsworth and Matt Damon as an Asgard performer who played Thor’s father Odin in Thor: Ragnarok.

He replayed this role in Thor: Love and Thunder in a scene shot in March.

This isn’t the first time Sam has confessed that he doesn’t understand the location of Thor in Marvel movies and franchises-although he plays a minor role in the two movies.

He told Australian radio station Nova in June: In fact, the entire Marvel world is a complete mystery to me.

Return to Asgard: He replayed this role in Thor: Love and Thunder in a scene shot in March.

Return to Asgard: He replayed this role in Thor: Love and Thunder in a scene shot in March.

“I was standing by Jenny Morris. [on the set of Thor: Ragnarok] I said, “Do you know what planet we are on?” To be honest, I was completely confused.

“I came back and was confused again. I did a little bit. I don’t know who is playing who just because they are a kind of exchange role.”

Sam’s new project is the star of Foxtel’s original series, The Twelve, a court drama based on the Belgian series De Twaalf, due out next year.

Coming Soon: Sam's new project is starring in Foxtel's original series, The Twelve. This is a court drama based on the Belgian series De Twaalf, due out next year.

Coming Soon: Sam’s new project is starring in Foxtel’s original series, The Twelve. This is a court drama based on the Belgian series De Twaalf, due out next year.

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Sam Neill admits that the MCU is a “perfect mystery” despite the tall cameo

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