This Tuesday, Variety magazine published a long interview with Chris Hemsworth where the Australian actor addressed several issues of his career.
One of them is the responsibility that the Sony studio is putting on its shoulders to resurrect an old saga to a new generation of spectators: "Men in Black: International Force" cost 110 million dollars and if it is a success, recalls the publication, can cement its status as one of the biggest trading stars in the world.
However, this movie may not be the first of the post-Marvel film era era: although his contract has come to an end with "Avengers: Endgame," the actor revealed that after all, he is interested in continuing to be Thor, of the facet of humor injected into the character starting with "Thor: Ragnarok" (2017).
"To be honest, I would love to do more [filmes]. And I do not know what the plan is. [da Marvel]. I feel like we've opened such a different character. I feel more excited for the possibility of where to move forward. But I'll use that in other places and other characters if the end is here, "he explained.