Actor Chris Hemsworth has insisted that there was no awkwardness when he auditioned for “Thor” after his hermit got incited down.
The 32-year-old Australian actor famously began personification a hammer-wielding superhero in a 2011 film, reported Digital Spy.
When asked on “The Graham Norton Show” if it was formidable to go for “Thor”, Chris said: “It was fine. He indeed helped me go behind in for a audition. It was a group effort.”
Speaking about a role, he added: “It altered my life. It got me a pursuit and we was means to compensate a rent, that was good and it non-stop adult each event in my career.”
When asked if he would ever star in a film with hermit Liam, he said: “I consider if a right thing came adult we would, though we could usually do it once differently it becomes really Brady Bunch!”
Meanwhile, it was recently suggested that a actor paid off his parents’ debts when his career took off.