Chris Hemsworth briefly discusses his retirement from acting and the future of Thor
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has catapulted several actors to stardom, and Chris Hemsworth is one of its best poster boys. Best known for playing earlier Kirk’s father In the opening minutes Star Trek 2009 reboot, first thor The 2011 movie supercharged his career like a lightning bolt, landing him a new action franchise in the form of Netflix. extraction and recent Disney+ series, unlimited.
unlimited Just premiered, and it’s time for episode four Hemsworth learned that he has a “strong” genetic predisposition to developing Alzheimer’s disease as he ages. Both of his parents have the APOE4 gene, which is thought to increase the risk of memory loss. As a result, he announced a brief retirement from acting to spend time with his wife Elsa Pataky and their three children.
“It really inspired me to want to retire for a while,” Hemsworth said. Vanity Fair. “And since we finished the show, I’m completing the things I was already contracted to do […] I’m going home and I’m going to have a good time off and just simplify. Be with the kids, be with my wife.” Learning about his possible health-related future is surprisingly candid, and despite Disney’s offer to cut those scenes, he chooses to keep them. “My concern was I didn’t want to manipulate it and overdramatize it and turn it into some kind of hokey grab for sympathy or entertainment whatever.”
Even after this brief retirement, Hemsworth took time to acknowledge the possibility of returning as Thor in the future. “I’m open to it if there’s more” response after giving the stockHe said more specifically that he would be fine if possible Thor 5 will serve as his last one. “We’ll probably have to close the book if I do it again, you know what I mean? I think it probably warrants it,” he said.I think it might be the ending, but it’s not based on anything anyone has told me or any kind of plan. You have this hero’s birth, hero’s journey, then hero’s death, and I don’t know—am I at that stage? Who knows?”
One of George Miller’s futuristic characters anger, A prequel film to the acclaimed Mad Max Fury Road The film comments on working with Miller, whom he describes as “a genius, but not the crazy type”. The Australian is perhaps a little enlightened as to what he wants to do for the rest of his acting career. “I told my agent, ‘that Where I want to spend my working time; With someone who is kind and cooperative and attractive.’ […] One who is very aware of how his energy affects others… and chooses it to be a positive experience. The whole crew, everyone is in a good mood. It amazes me that some people in that position don’t understand that.”
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