“Thor” star Chris Hemsworth is in Brazil for the promotion of the movie “Rescue 2”, released by Netflix. Like Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise’s character in the “Mission: Impossible” franchise, and John McClane, Bruce Willis’s in “Die Hard”, Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is in the pantheon of action heroes who break, bend, but don’t die. . During his visit to the country, the Australian actor shared details about his most recent role and behind the scenes of the feature film.
Hemsworth revealed that he starred in practically all of his action scenes and that the biggest challenge was staying on top of a moving train, at 80 km / h, with a helicopter flying six meters from him: “I believe that was in the script, but I didn’t pay much attention (laughs). So, on the day of the shoot, I was like, ‘Is this really happening?’
He then continued: “If we had shot that scene in sunny California, with green screen, fake sweat and everything, it would not have conveyed the same feeling”, concluded the actor during the interview on Tudum this Friday (16).
The actor, a guest on the Podpah show this Friday, also commented on Tyler’s plot following the project. “He made a mistake that still haunts him. It’s an attempt at redemption. Will he be able to do something that makes people forgive him? But more importantly, can he forgive himself through this process?” Hemsworth asked. In a recent interview with Elle magazine, he said he has a predisposition to develop Alzheimer’s in the future.
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