Chris Hemsworth is in a relationship with National Geographic .
Thor: Love and Thunder star and his production partner Ben Grayson through their newly formed The production company of Nat Geo has signed a preliminary deal with Wild State. The duo has teamed up with National Geographic on the special Shark Beach With Chris Hemsworth and the upcoming Disney+ series Limitless Collaboration to use actors as test subjects for the frontiers of longevity science.
“As lifelong fans of National Geographic, we are excited to continue and deepen our partnership with them and the entire Disney+ platform,” Hemsworth and Grayson said in a statement. said in a statement. “Wild State is committed to creating immersive narratives that both entertain and shed light on issues of global importance. We are delighted to have the opportunity to tell extreme stories in unscripted spaces, supported by Nat Geo’s premier global conservation and environmental brand. Big, impactful story.”
First Look Deals will cover Wild State’s unscripted projects focused on adventure, exploration, travel, and science. Outside of the agreement, the company will also develop narrative projects for film, television and digital platforms.
“Chris and Ben have been fantastic partners in creating and producing the most captivating unscripted programming,” said Tom Tom, executive vice president of Global Facts and Unscripted Programming, National Geographic Content MacDonald said. “We are delighted to have a long-term partnership with Wild State and can’t wait to work with them to create the next generation of blockbuster factual content.”
Hemsworth is currently working for director George Rice Le filming
Furiosa and is the star and producer of the Netflix sequel Extract 2 ; Grayson is the executive producer of the latter. Hemsworth is represented by CAA, Greenberg Glusker and Grayson by CAA and Hirsch Wallerstein. CAA and Greenberg Glusker brokered the Nat Geo deal.