Taika Waititi on Chris Hemsworth’s ass in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’: “Train so hard you have to show it”
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10 years, a whole decade, that’s how long it took Chris Hemsworth to fulfill his dream of showing Thor’s ass on the big screen. During the ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ red carpet, the actor joked with Variety about how long he’s been stripping in Marvel movies, but only from the waist up. “The first time I played Thor I took my shirt off and thought, ‘You know best. A decade from now I’ll take it all off.'” says Hemsworth, but of course, the final decision of what appears in the film is up to its director, Taika Waititi, and it seems that for him it was a matter of justice:
Taika Waititi on deciding to show Thor’s bare butt in #ThorLoveAndThunder: “We’ve got to show it off. Don’t cover it up with all these suits and capes.” https://t.co/3aIXbiXW0C pic.twitter.com/ANKhzBXa3R
? Variety (@Variety) June 24, 2022
“Taika Waititi on the decision to show Thor’s ass in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’: We had to show it, not cover it up with all that suit and cape.”
Waititi, who repeats in the franchise after ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, does not want to take all the credit for the idea, so he assures that they talked a lot with the producer, Brad Winderbaum, and they decided that they had to show that body: “Chris trains so hard, you have to teach him, not cover him up with the suit and the cape. It’s not fair.” In any case, it is not the first time that the actor is naked for a movie, he already did it in ‘Rush’.
The cast of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, which hits theaters next July, is completed fully clothed by Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Russell Crowe and Chris Pratt among others.
How many post-credits scenes does it have?
As usual in Marvel movies, yes, ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ has a post-credits scene, but as it comes to us from the United States, it is not just one. Its world premiere was held in Los Angeles on July 23, so many specialized press were able to see the film and, as The Direct reports, We better stay in our seats until the end, end of the credits.
Without going into a description of what is seen in them, the media has compiled the comments of Jordie Poblete from Disney Examiner, Clayton Davis from Variety, Brian Particelli from TooFab or Kirsten Acuna from Insider about it, and they all insist that it includes a revelation that by We don’t want to miss anything in the world. What can be? Well, we’ll find out on July 8, but while we can speculate and some fans are already talking about a possible introduction of Hercules to the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the return of Beta Bill Ray.
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