With His Contract At An End, Chris Hemsworth Confirms He's Finished Playing THOR...For Now

With His Contract At An End, Chris Hemsworth Confirms He's Finished Playing THOR...For Now

With His Contract At An End, Chris Hemsworth Confirms He's Finished Playing THOR...For Now

Chris Hemsworth talks more about his contract with Marvel Studios reaching its end after Avengers 4 and seemingly sheds some light on his future as Thor! However, there may be at least some hope...

Chris Hemsworth's Thor has become a staple of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but now that he's finished shooting Avengers 4, his contractual obligations - which began way back in 2011 - are finally at an end. So, what does that mean for the God of Thunder's future? "Contractually, right now — yeah, this is it. I’m done. I won’t be playing the character again," he confirmed to USA Today recently. 

"It’s sort of a scary thought," Hemsworth confessed. "This really seemed like this never-ending thing. And now it’s potentially finishing." However, he hasn't completely closed the door on returning to the role as he acknowledges that Thor: Ragnarok left the God of Thunder in an exciting new place moving forward. "I felt like we re-invented him. There is a bigger platform now to continue if we want to."

It appears as if Hemsworth hasn't talked to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about a Thor 4 either as he explains that the focus is on The Avengers. "Kevin said, 'Look, we just have to concentrate on [Avengers] now. So who knows? It’s a conversation for further down the road, if it was going to happen. "I want to slow down for a minute and make some decisions on a rested brain." 

Providing the money is good, you have to believe that Marvel will find a way to get Hemsworth to return but there's nothing to say Thor even survives the events of the next two Avengers movies! This isn't the only contract now at an end, though, so Feige is going to have to start negotiations soon...
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