Chris Hemsworth has been bringing Thor to life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2011 and with Thor: Ragnarok headed to theaters in November and the third and fourth Avengers installments on the horizon, Hemsworth is opening up about his one critique about filming.
In an interview with Screen Rant, Hemsworth revealed making the Avengers films has been an impersonal experience, largely because of the number of characters in the films.
"The Avengers stuff is hard because it's not very personal," Hemsworth said. "There's seven of you in a room and you have to get across all this information that feels expositional. So, it's hard to really have a dynamic. Obviously, Tony and Cap have a lot of one-on-one screen time."
This impersonal nature of making the Avengers films made the experience of getting one-on-one screen time with Mark Ruffalo who plays Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok a more enjoyable situation for Hemsworth. The two characters had previously had very few interactions on screen, giving Hemsworth and Ruffalo a chance to really dig into their relationship.
"I'd always felt like I don't have that as much, and that's when you get to really have fun," Hemsworth said. "As I said, we just went for it in this, and there's a nice kind of love-hate relationship there. A lovely kind of pairing. Very early on I was saying, 'Let's do something like Butch and Sundance and pair 'em up and go on a road trip. There's elements of that in there, too."
Of course, that "road trip" takes Thor and Hulk away from Earth. Fans can see how that, and the Thor/Hulk relationship, works out when Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3rd.