Like so many of us, Alec Doomadgee is dreaming of Chris Hemsworth.
The difference is he isn't just swooning - he's trying to recruit the movie star's superhero talent for an upcoming project that would put him opposite Australian acting legend Jack Thompson.
The 41-year-old is still riding high after a recently announced Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) nomination for best feature length documentary for his acclaimed film, Zach's Ceremony.
The documentary has already picked up accolades at last year's Melbourne International Film Festival, the Sydney Film Festival as well as the best film nod at Byron Bay International Film Festival.
For his next project, Doomadgee wants to tell the story of an anthropologist who heads to the Central Desert region looking for a thorny devil lizard.
Instead, he encounters a "crazy old white man" who has adopted indigenous customs.
"He's become part of the landscape," Doomadgee says of the older character, to be played by Thompson.
The story comes from a book called The Lizard Trap, with the Wake in Fright actor's brother Peter responsible for the screenplay, he explains.
The former radio announcer says talented Australian leading men such as Joel Edgerton and Ryan Kwanten are also on his casting wish list, should The Avengers be unable to spare the hammer-wielding Hemsworth.
Conveniently, Doomadgee has something in common with Thor himself - he too calls the Byron Shire home.
It remains unclear if such close proximity to the star will help get him signed on for The Lizard Trap.
On the downside, spotting the Home and Away alumnus at the beach makes Doomadgee feel somewhat insecure about his own fitness routine.
"It's very inconsiderate! (He) makes me feel guilty about having that burger," he jokes.
"Damn you Hemsworth and your awesome abs."