Despite tantalizing hints of his comeback in the forthcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder, actor Chris Hemsworth, renowned for his portrayal of the iconic superhero, has recently voiced apprehension regarding his ability to reprise the legendary role.
Hemsworth's candid remarks have stirred waves of speculation and raised poignant questions about the future trajectory of Thor's character.
Only time will tell if Hemsworth's wavering sentiment is a temporary cloud passing over Asgard or a harbinger of a significant shift in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Following the departures of Steve Rogers and Tony Stark, the torch of the superhero mantle has been passed to new faces, but Hemsworth's Thor continues to hold a significant place in fans' hearts.
A recent interview with Chris Hemsworth in Total Film Magazine has ignited concerns about the Australian actor's potential involvement in future (MCU) projects.
The interview shed light on the challenges Hemsworth encountered while working on Extraction 2, highlighting some of the most demanding action sequences he has ever tackled in his career.
As he delved into the topic of the impressive stunts he successfully performed for the film, Hemsworth voiced his ambition to bring these daring feats to a Marvel project, showcasing his versatility as an actor and his eagerness to push boundaries.
"It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I’m not exaggerating." Chris expressed.
At the end of a take, you’re sucking air like you never have before, and everyone drops to their knees. But it’s so much more rewarding.
I would love to take this style and integrate it into a Marvel film, if I was ever to do another one."