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Miles Teller Thinks Chris Hemsworth Should Leave Thor Behind

Chris Hemsworth has been playing the role of the god of thunder in Marvel’s Thor. For over a decade, he has proved himself worthy of the title (and the Mjolnir). The actor will reprise his role again in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder.

What Miles Teller Thinks Of Chris Hemsworth As Thor

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His co-star in Spiderhead, Miles Teller, has got some opinions about the actor’s career. In an interview with Collider, Teller said it might be time for Chris Hemsworth to move beyond his Asgardian self and be something else.

He’s really just a gamer. I think that the more stuff outside of Thor that he does and people are able to see, I think they’ll really start to speak about him as just a great actor, not as Thor, superhero, any of that stuff. And those parts are really hard to do. Having dabbled in it a little bit with all the green screen, that’s really tough, and I think Chris is just, he can do whatever he wants, man. There’s not a single performance that he’s not capable of, and he absolutely raised my game,” explained Teller.

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The Future Of Thor In The MCU

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Hemsworth somehow gave a hint that his time with MCU would end soon (via Wired):

Well, the last I shot was Thor: Love and Thunder, and it might be my last Marvel movie, I don’t know. It was a wild, fun, and wacky experience, as all Taika Waititi movies are… Played that character for ten, eleven, years now, and each time it’s been new and exciting, and this was no exception to that,” the actor said.


He also revealed that one of his conditions in returning to play the role again is because of Taika Waititi. Had the director refused to work on the film, Chris Hemsworth would not have returned.

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No one knows what plans Marvel has for the future of MCU movies and its original characters. Some fans speculate Jane Foster is the new God of Thunder, but Waititi immediately dismissed that theory.

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Written by Ariane

Ariane, Senior Content Writer. She has been contributing articles for FandomWire since 2021, mostly covering stories about geek pop culture. With a degree in Communication Arts, she has an in-depth knowledge of print and broadcast journalism. Her other works can also be seen on Screen Rant and CBR.