“That’s a lovely padded costume you got there”: Chris Hemsworth’s Clap Back Destroys Jason Momoa For Saying Thor Star’s Biceps Are Inferior

Jason Momoa playfully called out Hemsworth to check out his muscles, but the star wasn't going to let his comments slide easily.

"That's a lovely padded costume you got there": Chris Hemsworth's Clap Back Destroys Jason Momoa For Saying Thor Star's Biceps Are Inferior

SUMMARY

  • Chris Hemsworth is known for maintaining an unreal aesthetic appeal.
  • Jason Momoa challenged Hemsworth to check out his gains, specifically his massive biceps.
  • Hemsworth responded by suggesting that wearing a padded suit would make anyone look jacked.
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In the film industry, aesthetics matter just as much as your talent to act, which hasn’t changed since the old days. Thus, when it comes to maintaining an unreal aesthetic appeal for the masses, Chris Hemsworth is almost unbeatable in that aspect. Portraying the God of Thunder in the MCU needs the actor to look the part, and the star is the perfect choice for that role.

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Chris Hemsworth
Chris Hemsworth

Although he may be one of the most physically aesthetic-looking stars out there, he still has some tough competition for maintaining his image. Thus, when Jason Momoa, another well-known star who plays the role of Aquaman in the DCU, called him out to check his biceps that he didn’t even have to work for, Hemsworth congratulated him for his nicely padded suit that made them look big.

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Chirs Hemsworth’s Reply To Jason Momoa Couldn’t Have Been More Perfect

Jason Momoa as Aquaman in the DCEU
Jason Momoa as Aquaman in the DCEU

Having an aesthetic physique in the film industry is a given at this point as it opens up possibilities for the stars to diversify into different roles. And when it comes to superhero cinema, it becomes a necessity if you are to portray a big-name superhero. Thus, Chris Hemsworth has to keep his fitness in check, which he seems to easily maintain with his God-like body.

But he isn’t the only superhero in town who boasts of an almost unreal musculature Jason Momoa recently challenged him to check out his gains for which he needed little training.

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With one of his recent Instagram stories (via E! News) the Game of Thrones star called out Hemsworth intending to divert the star’s attention to his physique, more specifically, to his massive biceps. He added, saying:

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“What’s up, Hemsworth? Check that sh*t out! You had to work out, I didn’t”

Implying that he was more genetically gifted as he didn’t need much to attain those big guns, the Extraction star was quick to make a reply video, where he is seen doing bicep curls and showing off his muscles. Here, he made a comment, where he implied that wearing a padded suit would make anyone look jacked. He said:

“That’s a lovely padded costume you got there Jason, I prefer a skin suit myself, mate” 

At the end of the day, both stars were just playing with each other, where Hemsworth later also whispered that he loved Aquaman, which made it a friendly banter for the fans to enjoy.

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What Is Jason Momoa Gearing Up For?

Jason Momoa in a still from Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom
Jason Momoa in a still from Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom

With his recent gains being on full display and playful comments about them with his fellow star, it’s clear that Momoa is ready to reprise his role as Arthur Curry in the upcoming Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom.

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With the film being the second outing of the King of Atlantis, the star is ready to set off on a new adventure, and according to director James Wan, it is going to be a bromance between his Curry and his half-brother Orm. Along with that, with the return of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, we are sure to be blown away by the upcoming film.

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Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom, in cinemas on 22nd December 2023.

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Written by Deepak Bisht

Deepak Bisht is a writer at FandomWire who has vast expertise in films of many genres, a hardcore anime nerd along with two years of writing experience. After completing his Bachelor's in Business Administration, he became part of the company in hopes of providing accurate, informative, and exciting articles to the world.

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