Chris Hemsworth admits 'Thor: Love and Thunder' was 'too silly' for its own good

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Chris Hemsworth admits 'Thor: Love and Thunder' was 'too silly' for its own good
Chris Hemsworth in "Thor: Love and Thunder," left, and Chris Hemsworth on the red carpet, right.Marvel Studios; Don Arnold/WireImage via Getty Images
  • Chris Hemsworth told GQ "Thor: Love and Thunder" may have been "too silly" for its own good.
  • The film, released in 2022, received mediocre reviews from critics.
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Actor Chris Hemsworth, who spent more than a decade playing the Marvel character Thor, thinks his last film in the role, "Thor: Love and Thunder," was "too silly" for its own good.

"I think we just had too much fun," Hemsworth told GQ. "It just became too silly."

The film faced mediocre reviews when it was released in 2022.

"It's always hard being in the center of it and having any real perspective," Hemsworth told GQ. "I love the process; it's always a ride. But you just don't know how people are going to respond."

Hemsworth, who first played the titular God of Thunder in 2011's "Thor," appeared in all four "Avengers" movies and three "Thor" sequels.

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He told GQ that if he played the role in another film, it would have to be "tonally different" from the first two "Thor" films and Taika Waititi's more comedic third and fourth films.

"And we'd have to do something very drastic to keep people on their toes," he told GQ. "Otherwise, it's just the fatigue of those characters and those films, where people are like, 'I've seen it.'"

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