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Chris Hemsworth can no longer take Thor's hammers home

Chris Hemsworth ya no podrá llevar más martillos de Thor a su casa

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Chris Hemsworth can no longer take Thor's hammers home


In January of last year, in the prelude to the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War and when Thor still didn't forge Stormbreaker, Chris Hemsworth counted proud that , had five replicas of the thunder god weapon in , house and even joked that one of them was in , bathroom.

Well, it seems that this situation not only has the Marvel Studios costume department on alert, but also the actor's wife, Elsa Pataky.

In a recent interview with the Australian radio program “Fitzy & Wippa” (via Men’s Health), Pataky revealed that , no longer knows where to leave all versions of Mjolnir They are hanging around your house.

“, always chooses the best places in the house (to leave the Mjolnir replicas)”, Pataky said ironically.

Later the Spanish, who is also an actress, added that the conflict between Mjolnir's replicas and the decoration of , home will have repercussions for Hemsworth: You can no longer take more versions of the hammer to your home.

“We have five of them, one for every movie , has made,” , pointed. “It's like, seriously, no.”

Chris Hemsworth debuted as Thor in the 2011 film of the same name and from there , completed the thunder god trilogy with Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok. At the same time , participated in the four films of the Avengers saga and had a cameo in Doctor Strange

Currently the actor is preparing to return to the role of the Asgardian in Thor: Love & Thunder, a movie where Jane Foster will debut as the goddess of thunder.

So probably, while Hemsworth won't be able to take home a version of Mjolnir or Stormbraker, the Marvel Studios costume department still can't rest because surely Natalie Portman will also want to keep a memory of , debut as Thor.

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