Chris Hemsworth explains how he got caught up in “The Wackiness” of THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER

From Marvel Thor: Love and Thunder it was ultimately a disappointing film for many fans. After the greatness of Thor: Ragnarok we were all expecting something great, but director Taika Waititi he ended up dropping the ball.

The movie ended up being too silly with poor storytelling and character development. Chris Hemsworth he recently addressed the film’s issues and ultimately feels the film left him feeling like a parody of himself.

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Hemsworth shared his thoughts on the film and the criticism leveled at it, saying, “I got caught up in the improvisation and the wackiness, and I became a parody of myself.”

He went on to say, “I didn’t stick the landing.” Sometimes, when you’re in the right moment and having fun, you don’t see what’s really happening around you. No one was on set to keep things on track.

Reflecting on his time as Thor, Hemsworth admitted that he had felt frustrated playing the character previously Thor: Ragnarok.

He explained: “Sometimes I felt like a security guard for the team. I would read everyone else’s lines and say, Oh, they have way cooler things. They’re having more fun. What is my character doing?”

He added: “It was always about, ‘You’ve got the wig. You’ve got the muscles. You’ve got the costume. Where’s the lighting?’ Yes, I’m part of this big thing, but I’m probably pretty replaceable.”

Robert Downey Junior. disagreed with Hemsworth and said, “First of all, Thor as a character was extremely difficult to adapt – lots of implicit limitations – but he and Ken Branagh he figured out how to transcend it, make it somehow relatable yet divine.

He continued: “Hemsworth is, in my opinion, the most complex psyche of all of us Avengers. He has wit and gravitas, but also restraint and fire and kindness.”

Hemsworth previously spoke out about the film’s reception, saying even his children’s friends criticized him to his face.

He said: “There are a bunch of eight-year-olds criticizing my film. We thought this had too much humour, the action was good but the visual effects weren’t as good.” I shudder and laugh alike.

He explained: “I think we had too much fun. It just became too silly. It’s always hard to be in the middle of it all and have a real perspective… I love the process, it’s always a rush. But you just don’t know how people will react.”

Waititi previously acknowledged that it was “very difficult” to find the right tone for the film while juggling drama and comedy.

He also addressed those who criticized the film, saying: “Some viewers really wanted it to be just like the comics. But, you know, I always say, if you want it to be exactly like the comics, read the comic. You have to change things here and there to make a movie out of it.”

I think it’s a little more than that because now Hemsworth is also criticizing the film. He was about the quality of the storytelling and the filmmaking, not that it wasn’t like the comics.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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