God of War fans debate Kratos live-action casting
Should Christopher Judge play Kratos in the live-action God of War show on Amazon Prime, or should it be someone else, like Triple H or Jason Momoa? The debate is ongoing.
Kratos returned to our screens in God of War: Ragnarok in November. In our review, we called it a “triumph” and a “complex, thoughtful game that takes everything that made its predecessor an unmissable experience to even greater heights.”
The franchise began on the PlayStation 2 in 2005, and while a feature film was once pitched to Daniel Craig, it never made it past the development stage.
However, Amazon is now working on a live-action God of War series – the question is: who will play Kratos?
Who should play Kratos in the God of War show?
While fans have been debating who should play Kratos since the project was first announced, a tweet from @blurayangel has stoked the fire, pitting the likes of Christopher Judge (the voice of Kratos since 2018), Dave Bautista, Tom Hardy, and Henry Cavill against one another.
“Christopher Judge. Been a fan of his since I was a kid while watching Stargate SG-1, and when I heard he played Kratos in the God of War reboot games I was so happy. I don’t care about skin color, he would be great as live-action Kratos,” one user wrote.
“Bautista or Judge is great. Cavill doesn’t suit the role and Hardy probably fits Baldur better if I’m honest,” a fourth tweeted.
Judge recently responded to a tweet calling for him to be cast in the series, which read: “Why is everyone saying that Triple H or Braun Strowman are two of the ‘perfect’ choices for Kratos in a live-action project when @iamchrisjudge is LITERALLY THE F*CKING GOD OF WAR?!”
He responded: “Co-sign,” however, there have been few updates regarding the show’s development.
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