The Australian actor, Chris Hemsworth recognizes and admits the flaws in the latest film Thor 4. Criticized for being too childish, let’s find out the statements together
One year after the release of the last film Thor 4; Chris Hemsworth retraces his steps. In fact, according to the latest statements bounced on the web; the well-known Australian actor Hemsworth, confessed to the great flaws that emerged in the last chapter focused on God of Thunder. News that does not seem to surprise fans of the saga; who immediately defined the protagonist of Thor 4 as a too childish and tacky hero.
As Chris Hemsworth replied in a recent interview:
I think we just had too much fun and it got too silly. Being at the center of these projects and having a real perspective is really hard. I love the process, it’s always an experience. But you never know how the audience will react
Thor 4: Chris Hemsworth and the criticisms of Scorsese and Tarantino
The bitter description given to Thor 4; seems to counter the success achieved at the box office. The film under the direction of the director Taika Waititi; saw two other well-known directors of international and world fame such as Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese meet. In fact, according to what was stated by Chris Hemsworth:
They are two of my heroes and I know that because of their opinions on my films I will probably never have the honor of working with them. I guess they are not my fans. I’m grateful that I’ve gotten people to go to the movies. Now, whether or not those films hurt other people’s films I don’t know. I don’t like it when we start scrutinizing each other, when there’s so much fragility in the business. I’m not just saying this about the directors’ comments, they are still all my heroes and I would work with them in a heartbeat. But I say this for a broader opinion on the matter. I don’t think any of us have the answer, but we’re trying
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