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Chris Hemsworth Says Director's Criticism Of MCU Is 'Very Frustrating,' Chalks Mixes 'Thor 4' Review Movie 'Too Stupid'

Chris Hemsworth said his directorial hero’s criticism of the MCU movie was “very frustrating” and shared the mixed reviews behind it Thor 4 may be the result of the movie team “having too much fun”.


British GQ chat to learn about the profile released Tuesday, Extract and Furiosa star starts telling life after movie since he appeared in the first Thor . Part of the conversation focused on how Marvel movies have been received and discussed in the industry over the past two decades.

Hemsworth, speaking of the film’s criticism from major directors including Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino, commented on their comments disappointment. “I was devastated when I heard the news,” Hemsworth told the magazine. “There are two heroes that I wouldn’t work with. I guess they’re not my fans.”

He went on to explain that in an industry that is “very fragile” Case in point, he dislikes scrutiny of Marvel Studios movies and their impact on the state of theatrical releases, adding that he doesn’t “think any of us have the answers, but we’re working on it.”

“I’m grateful that I’m a part of something that keeps people in movie theaters. Now, I don’t know if these movies are doing a disservice to other movies,” he continued. “I don’t like that we’re starting to look at each other because there’s so much vulnerability in this industry and in this art…by the way, I say less to the directors who make these comments, still my heroes, I Would jump up and work with either of them right away. But I’m more for the broader opinion around the topic.”

Hemsworth also assessed whether he would return to the game , noting that he’s enjoyed the various iterations of the character, both in the hero’s solo series and outside of it, though he admits that “every few years there’s Tired of the role quickly.”

“I love the experience,” he said. “I love the fact that I was able to do something completely different throughout. Thor

1 and 2 are their own thing,Thor 3 and 4 are a very different feeling…and then even Avengers , Lebowski Thor, Infinity War Thor, due to different directors and I think mostly I need to do something different.”

Director Taika Waititi’s different approach won Thor

: Ragnarok Positive and Thor: Love and Thunder mixed, response to the latter Hemsworth Think people think it’s so stupid.

“I think we had too much fun. It got so stupid,” Hemsworth reflected. “It’s always difficult to be in the center of it and have any real perspective… I love the process, it’s always a process. But you just don’t know how people are going to respond.”

Still, in general he’s always open to “seeing what they have to offer creatively, something new if any”, but right now, “I really want to do something else for a while. “

Some of them are Mad Max

, a role he said left him “exhausted”, but after working with During director George Miller’s first week of rehearsals, his creativity was reignited. It was “the best experience of my career so far and the thing I’m most proud of,” he told British GQ. Now he’s “looking for more George Miller. Or more George Miller, if he wants to.”

The rest of the interview is more thought-provoking, Heim Swarth discussed raising his family with his wife and actor Elsa Pataky, the recent death of his grandfather and how Jeremy Renner’s snowplow accident affected his life. It gave him a break from acting and made him mull over how he spends his time in and out of Hollywood.

As Hemsworth approaches 40 and discovers Limitless He has two copies of a gene that makes him more prone to Alzheimer’s, and says he still feels, “like me , I have tons of time. Now I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m probably halfway there. More than halfway.’”

“ The reality of ‘I’m not going to stay here forever’ is setting in,” he said. “Everything is more important now. Realizing this is not going to last forever.”

After years of back-to-back projects, Hemsworth is re-evaluating everything, including a How this job takes away from his time with Pataky and his three children. He also thought more about the legacy of his work, noting that “I don’t want to leave a pile of crap,” while acknowledging that the internet let him know that “there’s something missing out there.”

This self-reflection was partly prompted by two other events in his life – the death of his grandfather and Avengers

co-star Jeremy Renner’s near-fatal snowplow accident. When it comes to Renner, Hemsworth said, when it comes to the Hawkeye star’s injury. “I think anything like that, is a direct realization of ‘Wow, any of us could go anytime…’,” he said.

He also talked about his late grandfather, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and died in 93 passed away. “My uncle specifically said, ‘People remember him as a good man.’ How proud he would be if he knew, or if someone told him that’s how he would be remembered,” recalls Hemsworth.

“It got me thinking about my own life,” Hemsworth continued. “It’s not about the career or anything. It’s about being remembered as someone who was kind and kind and contributed something of value…I certainly don’t think about the films I’m going to leave and how people are going to be in Remember me in that sense. I want people to like me, I’m a good guy. I’m a nice guy. Just like my grandpa.”



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