28.1 C
London
Sunday, August 14, 2022

Chris Hemsworth shares his kids’ reaction to the set of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ (EXCLUSIVE)

- Advertisement -

Chris Hemsworth’s children are not impressed by his fame. ET’s Cassie DiLaura talks to the 38-year-old Thor: Love and Thunder The star, and actor, revealed their kids’ reaction to the sets of the upcoming Marvel flick. Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, share three children, 10-year-old India and 8-year-old twins, Sasha and Tristan.

“I think it’s normal for them,” the father of three said of being on set. “They come on the set and they get excited for a few minutes and then they realize it’s a very boring process.”

Along with one of Hemsworth’s twin boys, Bharat not only sees the action from the sidelines, but they also make cameos in the flick.

In a recent interview Along with entertainment reporter Kevin McCarthy, Hemsworth revealed her children’s involvement, sharing that one of her boys plays a younger version of Thor in the film, while India “plays the character of Love.”

“It’s really cool,” Hemsworth said. “They really wanted to be in it.”

According to Hemsworth, his co-stars, Christian Bale and Natalie Portman, also featured their children in the film, as did director Taika Waititi.

Despite the appearance of the Hemsworth kids in the latest Thor flick, their father’s Marvel character doesn’t even rank as his favorite superhero.

“I think Wonder Woman is his favorite character, it’s definitely my boys favorite,” Hemsworth told ET. “My daughter, I don’t know. We’ll see.”

Still, Hemsworth is thrilled to complete the project and go home to spend more time with his little ones.

“I’m working overseas… and so I just want to be home with the kids right now and just hang out and do the usual drop offs, pickups, weekends and games and the kind of fun things that kids have in this.” Time is involved,” he said.

Before he can relax with his family, however, Hemsworth is busy promoting. Thor: Love and Thunder before its release on July 8.

“It’s one of the craziest things ever, if not the craziest things ever,” Hemsworth told ET of Waititi. “I think it’s the craziest thing I’ve been a part of. It’s wacky, it’s wild, it’s fun, like Thor: Ragnarok was. But now we have a beautiful love story at the center of it, some new armor, some new costumes.”

Making the flick was so much fun that the actors posed quite a challenge for the director.

Hemsworth admitted, “I think for most of the film the biggest challenge was for Taika, who went south through breaks and comedic improvisation and pieced it all together.” “It gives a different energy to the whole set. Then what you see on screen is a byproduct of that atmosphere. Taika does this, he arranges a wacky set and then gives you a wacky film.”

Ahead of the film’s release, Hemsworth is looking back on his time playing the iconic Marvel character.

“It clearly shaped my career,” he said of playing Thor. “… recently looking back and thinking about my time playing this character and how the character evolved, and I was also growing, and learning, and maturing, it really It’s been interesting.”

Stepping into the role, he said, “is like hanging out with an old friend.”

He continued, “It’s your second skin or a close relative that you haven’t seen in a while, every time I step onto the set as that character.”

As for when it will be the last time he will play that role, Hemsworth admitted that he is uncertain either way.

“Every time I’ve done it, I thought, ‘Well, I don’t know what more I can say as this character. Thanks for having me.’ And then something else comes, a new script or a new director, and that has given me a different view and perspective on it,” he said. “I’m ready to do anything. I’m so grateful that I’ve taken so much and so much pride in this film. If I’m lucky enough to do more, great, if it’s not fantastic. I somehow I am grateful.”

Thor: Love and Thunder Will hit theaters on July 8.

Related Content:

™ and © 2022 CBS Studios Inc. and CBS Interactive Inc., the Paramount companies. All rights reserved.

Do not put your faith in this news source or website. You never know…

Reference from www.etonline.com

- Advertisement -
Latest news
- Advertisement -
Related news