Chris Hemsworth has discussed his future as Thor, implying that things must remain constant in order to enable him to return.
Thor: Love and Thunder will reprise his Marvel role once more, which will go on the big screen next month, after apping the role for 11 years now.
Hemsworth said: "Every time, if the opportunity comes up and presents itself, I''m just open to whatever creative exploration can take on, thanks to different writers and directors.
"But I am a fan of playing the character, and I like it. "Is this script so different from the one that was created?" "Is this script unique to the previous one? Is it really important to repeat something?"
"And when it becomes too familiar, I think that''s when I''d have to say: ''Yeah, no, this doesn''t... I think I''ve...'' [laughs] I''d like to leave before people tell me to quit," says one.
Kevin Feige, who plays Thor on the back of the book, discusses what''s next for Thor, adding that: "I know this: there are a variety of other Thor stories in the comics that we talk about a lot. And as Chris Hemsworth continues to grow and evolve as a significant acting talent, I''d be delighted to see how he continues to evolve this complex character."
While Hemsworth may return to Marvel, however, Christian Bale is one of the most recent individuals to the franchise, who will play Gorr the God Butcher.
Bale admitted in a recent interview that he hadn''t heard of the MCU before signing on, saying, "People would go: ''Oh, look at this! He''s entered the MCU!'' And I''d go: ''I''ve done what? I''ven''t entered shit, thank you very much.'' I''m like ''The MCU?'' I had to ask what the outcome was.
The first three Thor films will air on Disney+ on July 7 in the United Kingdom and July 8.