Apart from his work as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chris Hemsworth has won acclaim for his other roles as well. Today, the actor turns 36. Let's take a look at four non-Thor/MCU movies that any Hemsworth fan worth her/his salt need to watch.
Chris Hemsworth played a handsome but daft-headed secretary in an all-female reboot of Ghostbusters and in his latest MIB: International, he features as Agent H opposite the franchise's first on-field woman agent, Agent M (Tessa Thompson).
Chris Hemsworth was in Bali to promote his upcoming release Men In Black: International, which also stars Tessa Thompson, Emma Thompson and Liam Neeson. The Sony Pictures project is slated to be released on June 14.
It was reported in 2017 that Chris Hemsworth, who made a cameo as George Kirk in JJ Abrams' 2009 sci-fi action film Star Trek, was in talks with Paramount Pictures to reprise his role in the fourth film.
When asked if they would share a romantic equation on-screen in Men in Black International, Chris Hemsworth said the film is more about the friendship his Agent H shares with Tessa Thompson's character.
Men in Black: International is directed by F Gary Gray, known for The Italian Job and The Fate of the Furious. Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson headline the film and play the roles of Agent H and Agent M, who work with the MIB's UK branch.
Ridley Scott directorial All the Money in the World is going to cost millions extra in production to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer. Kevin Spacey has been buffeted by multiple allegations of sexual harassment and has been fired from the film.
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This November may just undo the damage done by a disappointing summer for Hollywood this year. Some of the biggest releases of the year are due this month and it was really difficult to choose just five among them. From two big superhero releases (Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League) to a mystery (Murder on the Orient Express) and a Pixar animated movie (Coco), this month has a lot of variety and something for everyone.
Priyanka Chopra won the Favorite Actress in a New TV Series for her role in Quantico at the People’s Choice awards held in Los Angeles. 'Furious 7' was named favorite movie, 'The Big Bang Theory' won top TV show, and Ellen DeGeneres set a record at the People’s Choice Awards.