Ragnarok star Chris Hemsworth talks here about working with Taika Waititi on that movie, how much he knows about Avengers: Infinity War, and his return to the Star Trek franchise...
MTV caught up with Chris Hemsworth on the red carpet of this year's Golden Globes and got some updates about each of his upcoming movies.
First up was Thor: Ragnarok, and while the interviewer failed to ask about the recent confirmation that the God of Thunder will indeed battle The Hulk, the actor had nothing but good things to say about director Taika Waititi. "It was one of the best experiences I've had, he's incredible. If you've seen any of his films, they give you an indication of the tone of what this is going to be, which is very different to what we've seen before."
As for Avengers: Infinity War, Hemsworth was unable to reveal anything new about the movie due to the fact that he still hasn't seen a script despite heading to set soon! Asked what that feels like, he admitted that it is "a little nerve-racking a couple weeks out. But this is the way Marvel does it."
Talk then turned to Star Trek 4, a movie which will see Hemsworth reprise the role of James T. Kirk, a character he played before taking on the role of Thor. Understandably, he wouldn't divulge how exactly he'll return to the franchise, but he did say that he's "spoken to J.J. [Abrams], and he has an amazing pitch on the whole thing."