Chris Hemsworth 'got sick' of 'Thor' movies

"'Thor' 1 and 2 were their own thing, 'Thor' 3 and 4 were a very different feel…"

by Sead Dedovic
Chris Hemsworth 'got sick' of 'Thor' movies

Chris Hemsworth, known to many for his role in the movie 'Thor', recently had an interesting interview in which he talked about his ambitions for the future. This great actor seems to be working on big projects, and playing the character from the movie 'Thor' doesn't seem like an option for him anymore.

He is happy with how much popularity that role brought him, and how much 'Thor' left a big mark on the movie scene. "I love the experience. I love the fact that I've been able to do something fairly different throughout the process," - Hemsworth said, as quoted by "'Thor' 1 and 2 were their own thing, 'Thor' 3 and 4 were a very different feel…" Hemsworth no longer has a motive for such a role, given that he has played the same character many times.

When you don't have the passion you used to have, then it's best to leave the role to someone else. "And then even 'Avengers,' the 'Lebowski' Thor, the 'Infinity War' Thor, due to different directors and, I think, mostly my own need to do something different.

You know, I got sick of the character pretty quick every couple of years."

Chris Hemsworth explains his vision

It seems that there are conditions under which he would interpret the same character. If the producers decide to change certain things, and do something completely different, Chris would think about it then.

"If I was going to do something again, it would have to be tonally different," -Hemsworth said. "And we'd have to do something very drastic to keep people on their toes. Otherwise, it's just the fatigue of those characters and those films, where people are like, 'I've seen it.'

" Recently, Marvel's films have been met with various reactions, and there are many negative ones as well. "That's the trick: you have to separate all those stories. The moment it's like, 'Your world is in danger, the entire universe,' it's like, 'Yeah, so was the last 24 films.' It has to become a bit more personal and grounded."

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