Chris Hemsworth discussed everything from “Avengers: Infinity War” to a terrifying snake story involving his friend Matt Damon when he appeared on Thursday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
The 34-year-old, who plays Thor in the recently released Marvel movie, revealed little about the much-talked-about flick and remained coy when he was asked if there might not be too many familiar faces making it out alive.
As DeGeneres, 60, who also aired on the show some of the heartthrob’s finest shirtless moments, quizzed the actor on who would live and who would die. He insisted: “I cannot confirm nor deny that.”
The star, whose Thor contract has now ended, said that the cast members in the latest “Avengers” movie definitely made the most of being on such an iconic set.
Hemsworth revealed, “This is number 19, who knows if we’re ever going to do it again, or who’s coming back? It was a great appreciation from everyone. It was like, ‘Wow, this is a pretty iconic moment.'”
Thursday’s appearance also saw the star discuss the time Damon, 47, visited Australia with his family. Hemsworth admitted he assured his fellow actor that it was all safe, despite all of the dangerous animals. However, his daughter was not only attacked by a jellyfish, he also had a terrifying run-in with a huge snake.
Hemsworth shared, “We pull up to a cafe, he gets out of the car, takes one step and takes a six-foot leap backwards.”
“I was like, ‘You’re the problem.’ So, we’ve had to kick him out of Australia for our sake.”