They couldn’t Loki, Malekith, Surtur or Hela. Neither did Gorr. No one could “kill” Thor, but it is possible that someone will: the very same Chris Hemsworth. The actor who plays the God of Thunder in Marvel he wants an ending to the character.
The Australian actor, who is temporarily away from his work for health reasons, told Vanity Fair that we “would have to close the book” on Thor.
39-year-old Hemsworth discovered that he is predisposed to developing Alzheimer’s disease, so he wants to “take preventive measures”. This disease can trigger dementia, confusion, memory loss and communication problems.
His interest is to spend more time with his family.
Taking the test as part of his Disney+ documentary series Limitless, Hemsworth found that You have two copies of the ApoE4 gene, one from your mother and one from your father. making you 8 to 10 times more likely to develop the disease than those who do not have both copies of the gene, according to the BBC.
Chris Hemsworth talks about the end of Thor in Marvel
“I feel like we’d probably have to close the book if he did it (play Thor) again, you know what I mean? I feel like it probably justifies it. I feel like it would probably be the end, but that’s not based on anything I’ve been told or any kind of plans.”
Hemsworth’s point is that if Iron Man and Captain America had closure for their stories at Marvel, next on the list could be Thor.
“You have a hero’s birth, a hero’s journey, then the death of a hero, and I don’t know… am I at that stage? Who knows?”, added the Australian.
However, he acknowledged that he is willing to play the role of the protector of Asgard again. “I’m totally open to it if there’s something unique and fresh and unexpected to do with the character and his universe. I have always loved the experience.”
Hemsworth starred as Thor in four movies, the most recent being Thor: Love and Thunder. He was also part of the Avengers saga at Marvel.