Chris Hemsworth turned 39 years old last week (August 11), and to mark the occasion, he shared a photograph of himself as a child, repping superheroes all the way back when.
Amusingly, he’s isn’t wearing Thor-branded clothing, or even that of a Marvel hero, but a giant logo of DC’s biggest character, Batman.
“My younger self would be so disappointed,” he wrote.
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Hemsworth has been playing Thor for 11 years, starring in 8 films as the character (plus a scene from ragnarok as a credits scene in Doctor Strange).
Speaking about how he keeps things fresh, Hemsworth recently told DigitalSpy and other media: “The challenge is how do you recreate the character? What can you do differently each time? And that’s been the luxury in working with different directors and different casts, they all bring out something very different in you.
“Ace Taika [Waititi] said, I feel like the character’s probably become more me over the years in, I hope, a fun way.”
Outside of ThorHemsworth is joining another franchise in Mad Max prequel furiouswhich the star has been filming with his family.
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He also was reported to be returning for the fourth star trek reboot movie, although that project seems to be pretty stop-start.
“There was talk about me doing the film with Chris Pine at one point, the script was put together and then it fell apart. But if JJ Abrams called me tomorrow and said: ‘Chris Pine and I want to do it’, I’ d probably say: ‘Yeah, let’s go for it’,” Hemsworth recently explained.
Thor: Love and Thunder is now playing in both US and UK cinemas. The other three Thor movies are available to stream now on Disney+.
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