Quaden Bayles is targeted by evil bullies AGAIN after it was revealed he will star in a Hollywood film alongside Chris Hemsworth
- Quaden Bayles targeted by cruel trolls over role in upcoming Mad Max film
- The 12-year-old with star with Chris Hemsworth in ‘Furiosa’ in film in May 2024
- Quaden made headlines in 2020 over heartbreaking video following bullying
Quaden Bayles has been targeted by cruel online bullies after it was revealed he will star in a film alongside Chris Hemsworth.
The 12-year-old will appear next to the Hollywood A-lister and actress Anya Taylor-Joy in the film ‘Furiosa’, the fifth instalment in the ‘Mad Max’ franchise, in May 2024.
Quaden was gifted the role by director George Miller after the child made headlines in 2020 when he said he wanted a ‘rope’ to kill himself after being bullied at school over his dwarfism.
Vile online bullies have added to his torment by putting him down for securing a part in the upcoming action blockbuster. Daily Mail Australia has chosen not to publish the vile remarks.
Quaden Bayles has been targeted by cruel trolls after it was revealed he will star in a film alongside Chris Hemsworth
The 12-year-old will appear next to the Hollywood A-lister and actress Anya Taylor-Joy in the film ‘Furiosa’, the fifth instalment in the ‘Mad Max’ franchise, in May 2024
Furiosa was filmed in New South Wales and was expected to become the biggest movie ever to be made in Australia. Filming wrapped up in September.
‘Can’t wait to watch on the big screen next year,’ Quaden told his 273,000 Instagram followers on Monday.
He was quickly inundated with message of support after cruel trolls inundated his Instagram with vile comments.
‘Going to be an epic film my bro, you absolutely rocked your role,’ a follower commented.
Another added: ‘Congrats Quaden. You are such a wonderful young man. Can’t wait to see this myself.’
Furiosa won’t be Quaden’s first appearance on the big screen.
His acting debut was an extra alongside Hollywood heavyweights Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton in Miller’s most recent film Three Thousand Years of Longing.
Quaden was gifted the role by director George Miller after the child made headlines in 2020 when he said he wanted a ‘rope’ to kill himself after being bullied at school over his dwarfism
At the premiere in August, Quaden stole the show on the red carpet.
‘I love acting, I want to do heaps,’ Quaden told NITV News at the time.
‘I can’t believe I’m in Mad Max. I never knew what it was, my brother was the one who showed me what it was and it blew my eyes.
‘I was like ”wow that’s crazy”, and I love working with George Miller.
‘It’s a really great job for me because of what I’ve been through.’
The filmmaker described his young star as ‘very film savvy’ and skilled.
‘Like everyone else, I saw the footage that his mother put up. I was incredibly moved by it,’ Miller said.
‘And I thought, ”If one good thing can happen out of bullying”… and we offered him a little part in the movie. He’s wonderful to work with.’
‘It was good for us and it was good for him,’ Miller said. ‘And he did such a good job that’s he’s got a small role in Furiosa.’
Most social media users were happy for Quaden praising the boy for coming so far
Quaden has risen to stardom since the bullying video went viral and the footage pulled at the heartstrings of millions of Australians (pictured, Kid Laroi with Quaden)