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Chris Hemsworth slammed over new TV show Limitless


Dispute erupts after Chris Hemsworth films at sacred Aboriginal site: ‘It was very disrespectful’

A documentary series starring Chris Hemsworth has sparked controversy after the actor and production crew filmed on a sacred Aboriginal site.

The crew of the National Geographic series, Limitless, recorded a cultural ceremony at Wrights Lookout, located in the New England National Park in northern NSW.

Hemsworth is seen shirtless, painted in white ochre and dressed in a red lap-lap as he participates in the ceremony with dancers on the program.

Wrights Lookout is in an area of great cultural and spiritual importance for local Aboriginals and is shared country between the Thunggutti or Djangadi, Anaiwan and Gumbaynggirr people.

Chris Hemsworth is seen painted in white ochre and dressed in a red lap-lap as he takes part in a cultural ceremony with Aboriginal dancers on Wright’s Lookout in northern NSW

Many Indigenous groups warmly welcomed the ceremony, remarking on how it brought together traditional owners from the three nations.

But elders from the Thunggutti…

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