Zachary Levi On Stepping Into The Role Of Fandral In THOR: THE DARK WORLD
When the part of Fandral 'The Dashing' in the upcoming sequel to Thor was vacated by Josh Dallas, Chuck's Zac levi - sporting dyed blond locks - stepped in to fill the void. In the following interview with UK E Online the actor talks about being a bit "trepidatious" about it..
Lets be honest here, Josh Dallas wasn't particularly memorable as Fandral in Thor. That's not necessarily a knock on the actor, but none of the 'Warriors Three' had a lot to do/say in the film. Anyway, the point is, it didn't seem to bother too many people when the actor had to vacate the role for the sequel, and fans seemed quite happy with his replacement too. But how did Levi - who is best know for playing Chuck Bartowski in the hit tv series Chuck - feel about it? "Josh Dallas played the role I'm playing, Fandral the Dashing, in the first film," Levi tells E UK Online. "I was a little trepidatious about stepping into that because someone had already done it. But everyone's embraced me wholeheartedly and been very cool. We shoot in London. I've spent more time there in the last five months than anywhere else. It's been an incredible adventure." Levi also gushed about working with "rock star" Chris Henmsworth, and promises the ladies will have something to drool over at the very least. "I can say there will not be any lack of eye candy," he said. "Aside from me! I'm not even talking about me. I've talking about Chris and Tom [Hiddleston] and everybody else. You'll be pleasantly surprised and happy."
For the full interview click on the link below.
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