Paul Hogan agrees to new 'Crocodile Dundee' film

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Seven network owner Mr Stokes said Qantas should remake Crocodile Dundee, according to the Northern Star.

"I spoke to Paul Hogan about that ... he would like to produce it now but not act in it. Pass on the mantle," Mr Stokes said after a meeting in the U.S. "I think there are many reasons why it could be attractive to make Crocodile Dundee again and if you get Hemsworth to play Dundee that would be pretty neat."

He adds, "I think Qantas should invest in a movie like this. I think the worldwide tourism value … would be sensational."

During a break in proceedings Australia's Tourism Minister Steven Ciobo told NT News the Super Bowl TV commercials featuring a raft of Australian actors including Hugh Jackman, Chris Hemsworth and Margot Robbie had exceeded all expectations.

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"I was chatting to a tourism operator, who accounts for a large slice of inbound tourism into Australia, and they had had a spike in inquiries and those inquiries will translate into bookings," Mr Ciobo said. "This is just the start of a two-year campaign."

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