THE star-studded Dundee movie may just be a clever promotion by Tourism Australia (we're yet to find out), but the idea of a new Crocodile Dundee film has sparked enthusiasm across the globe with fans hoping the latest instalment of the popular flick is the real deal.

Starring some of Australia's biggest stars, including Chris Hemsworth, Margot Robbie, Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe, it's no wonder the Dundee "trailer" has people excited.

Dundee movie official trailer poster 2018. Picture: Dundee Movie
Dundee movie official trailer poster 2018. Picture: Dundee Movie

But before you get too caught up in the possibilities of a new film, let's take a walk down memory lane and find out how well you know the original.

In the 1986 film, an Akubra-clad Mick Dundee travels from the wilds of the Northern Territory to New York, where he scares off armed thugs with a slick smile and his trusty blade, with the famous line: "That's not a knife, this is a knife."

Find out how you fare in Crocodile Dundee quiz below.

 

Want to see Dundee hit the big screen? The NT News has launched a "Bring Back Dundee" petition to help make it happen - sign it here.

"Crocodile Dundee remains the most successful Aussie movie at the local box office and most likely our biggest hit internationally too, although more recent films like Mad Max: Fury Road, Babe and Happy Feet have come close to taking that global crown," said Graeme Mason, chief executive for Screen Australia.

"Our screen industry is the most effective calling card our country has internationally. Our screen stories show the world our landscapes, our people, our culture and, of course, our creativity."



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