KAOS: “Jeff Goldblum as Zeus” First Look Revealed!

Netflix’s Kaos trailer shows the Greek God of Thunder in the upcoming dark comedy series. Netflix’s Greek mythology-themed series premieres later this year.

Jeff Goldblum plays Zeus, the Greek God of Thunder, in an upcoming Netflix comedy. The recently released trailer is just fifty seconds long, but it’s enough to sell us on what seems to be a rather dark comedy.

Kaos | Official Trailer

KAOS is set to be a dark comedy in which famous characters from Greek mythology play essential roles in the plot. The recently released teaser depicts the mythical Greek god in an intriguing avatar.

Other Greek mythological characters will appear in the series, planning the destruction of the King of Gods as he frantically holds on to his throne.

The newly released trailer for KAOS begins with a glimpse of drifting clouds building up to an up-close of Jeff Goldblum in extravagant attire.

The brief trailer reveals that he is playing Zeus, the King of Gods (according to Greek mythology). He delivers an overwhelming note in the trailer: “Honor me.” “That is a command and not a request.”

Zeus is not a force to be trifled with, and Goldblaum appears to have channeled the same power into the modern era for the King of Gods. Goldblum is recognized for performing remarkablely, and his early appearances in KAOS are similar to his role as Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok.

The storyline for KAOS is intriguing, considering it takes place in a modern context. According to the trailer, Zeus has an outstanding new look when he wakes up one day to discover a pimple on his head. This sends Zeus on an insane path, sure that his doom is imminent.

The teaser also reveals how Hades begins losing his hold on the underworld while Hera assumes tyrannical control over Earth and her husband.

According to the Netflix synopsis, the other Gods are also losing control, with Poseidon too busy celebrating and Zeus’ son Dionysus on the verge of a fight with his father. This angers a few mortals, three of whom go on a cosmically linked quest to bring down the Gods.

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The Cast and Crew of Kaos.

Flickering Myth

Joining Goldblum’s Zeus from their mythical world will be Killian Scott (Love/Hate) as Oppheus, Cliff Curtis (Meg 2: The Trench) as Poseidon, Janet McTeer (Ozark) as Hera, David Thewlis (the Harry Potter franchise) as Hades, Debi Mazar (Entourage), Nabhaan Rizwan (Informer) as Dionysus, along with Stanley Townsend (The Regime), Aurora Perrineau (When They See Us), Leila Farzad (The Marvels), and more.

The series is the latest from Charlie Covell, the genius creator behind Channel 4’s live-action series version of The End of the F***ing World, which subsequently aired on Netflix for international viewers.

The eight-episode miniseries still need a release date, but it is expected to be released in the first half of 2024, which is not too long to wait.