Marvel Reportedly Extremely Worried About Chris Hemsworth Future as Thor, Convinced Australian Actor Might Fatally Injure Himself After Accident in Limitless Series

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Chris Hemsworth has been by far one of the most important pieces in the grand puzzle that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe. from making his first appearance as Thor in 2011’s Thor, he has been an integral part of the Avengers, often called one of the strongest on the team. As the MCU progressed, we saw how Thor’s influence changed the course of the universe over the years. With his latest outing in Thor: Love and Thunder, it is clear that we have not seen the last of the Son of Odin.

Thor: Love and Thunder (2022) became one of the most poorly received films in the MCU.
Thor: Love and Thunder starring Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth

But coming back to the actor who plays Thor, it becomes a whole different story of whether he might be back again.

Chris Hemsworth’s latest reality TV show Limitless going on air, the management of Marvel Studios are a little worried about whether he would be up to the task of holding Mjolnir and Stormbreaker, especially after he suffered an injury while shooting for the show.


Marvel Studios Worried Chris Hemsworth Might Not Return As Thor In The MCU!

Chris Hemsworth is popularly known for playing the role of Thor in the MCU, and fans also know that in order to maintain that divine physique of the Norse God of Thunder, he pushes his body closer to perfection. People have witnessed his godly good looks as well as his celestial body in action several times over the last decade as he plays the role of Thor. But with his recent reality show Limitless, he tries to take on a whole other monster.

Chris Hemsworth Limitless
Chris Hemsworth feared nothing in Limitless series

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In a recent interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chris Hemsworth reveals an incident that put the higher-ups at Marvel Studios on edge. When he was training for Limitless, he broke his ankle while training, which made the officials paranoid to the point where they literally stopped him from progressing any further until the end of the production of Thor: Love and Thunder. He said:


“Great, we’ll do it before I shoot Thor.” Anyway, I started training, I blow my ankle out, and Marvel stepped in and said, “No. The show that might kill him, you can do that after our film.”

This level of paranoia is something that you would not generally associate with Marvel Studios, but considering the theme of the show, it was kind of obvious why they acted the way they did.

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What Is Limitless By Chris Hemsworth?

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth
Limitless with Chris Hemsworth

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth is a new reality show in which Hemsworth tries to take on challenges that are considered dangerous and borderline life-threatening in an attempt to try and overcome them. This show is based on him trying to see how far they can push the limits of the human body and test the decade-long training results that Hemsworth had gone through against the forces of nature.


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Limitless With Chris Hemsworth, now streaming on Disney+

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