"Thor: Love and Thunder"
"I guess they’re not a fan of me," the "Thor" star said.
"You have this birth of a hero, the journey of a hero, then the death of a hero, and I don't know — am I at that stage? Who knows?" Hemsworth said.
"Marvel stepped in and said, 'No. The show that might kill him, you can do that after our film,'" Hemsworth said of his Disney+ reality series.
The Oscar winner also addressed the "monotony" of filming "Thor: Love and Thunder" on green screens: "Can you differentiate one day from the next? No. Absolutely not."
"I approached writing 'Unpregnant' in the same way that I approach writing 'Thor,' and it's just looking at a story," the "Do Revenge" filmmaker told IndieWire.
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