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There's a petition to create a hilarious new Netflix documentary featuring Thor

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By now, the entire world has giggled its way through Marvel's Thor mockumentary, which was released at the recent San Diego Comic Con and sees hunky Chris Hemsworth living​ a normal, hilarious life with his pal Darryl. 

(What do you mean you haven't? Seriously? Oh boy, this is bad. Here, quickly, spend the next three and a half minutes watching this before anyone notices.)

(Done? All of it? Good. Let's start that over again.)

By now, the entire world has giggled its way through Marvel's Thor mockumentary, which was released at the recent San Diego Comic Con, and sees hunky Chris Hemsworth living​ a normal, hilarious life with his pal Darryl. We don't have to recap what happens because there's absolutely no way you won't have seen it, right?

Well, the cool news is some guy called Ty Schmidt has started a petition on Change.org to make this awesome little slice of comedy into a full-blown Netflix series. After watching the short trailer he said he “went into the comment section, and stumbled upon a comment that said ‘Can we start a petition for this to be a Netflix Series’, and I thought to myself ‘I want this to be a thing too.'”

No denying it: if it really happened, it would be incredible. 

Unfortunately, there's some not-so-cool news, too. As Nerdist points out, there's not an snowman's chance in a furnace of this actually happening. But, if you're crying out for a fix of long-haired mythical figures getting into all kinds of hilarious japes and mishaps in the real world, you'll want to pop your peepers onto this month's Son of Zorn from Fox. It's out in the States on the 11th, and a UK air date is still TBC, but you can figure out a TOTALLY legal way to watch it sooner rather than later, right? 

Here's the trailer to wet your whistle.

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