Aussie hunk Chris Hemsworth is busy with press rounds at the moment, finishing off publicity for "Rush" and prepping for interviews and the like for "Thor: The Dark World".
Between the finish of filming on the "Thor" sequel, and his current press commitments, he shot a thriller with filmmaker Michael Mann.
That project has remained fairly secretive, beyond it being about hackers and cyber crime, but Hemsworth spilled some fresh details to Film Futter:
"I just finished it. It's based in the world of cyber terrorism. Basically, something similar to the Chicago Board of Trade is hacked into and it sets off a chain of events around the world, affecting the stock market.
And the code that was used to hack into it, my character had written it years before and he happens to be in prison for cyber crime. He is pulled out and offered a deal if he works with a joint task force of the FBI and the Chinese government in trying to track this guy down."