In an interview with E!, Hemsworth talked about his children coming to visit the set of Thor: Ragnarok and revealed that instead of being impressed they were disappointed that their dad doesn't really fight monsters, but more than that they don’t even want to dress up as the God of Thunder for Halloween. All of his kids, including both of his sons, have other ideas.
"They want to be Wonder Woman, both my sons and my daughter," Hemsworth said. "Yep, that's alright, I love Wonder Woman, it's cool. Different universe, but that's ok."
This isn't the first time Hemsworth has acknowledged that Wonder Woman has Thor beat. Back in June, Gal Gadot spoke with Yahoo News anchor Katie Couric to promote Wonder Woman and Gadot said that she thought Wonder Woman would beat Thor. Hemsworth not only agreed, but said that it wouldn't even be a serious fight.
"I think she'd kick Thor's a**," Hemsworth responded.
And in addition to Wonder Woman being able to physically best Thor, the God of Thunder may have a bigger challenge than simply stopping the end of everything in Thor: Ragnarok. Wonder Woman brought in over $820 million dollars at the box office, making it the fifth best performing superhero film of all time, well above previous Thor installments.
Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters November 3.