Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth celebrate a young fan recreating Captain America’s biggest Avengers: Endgame moment.
Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth recently praised a young fan’s adorable Marvel Cinematic Universe-inspired cosplay.
Evans and Hemsworth are the MCU characters of Captain America, Thor, and Mjolnir. They praised the cosplay on Twitter. Hemsworth started the conversation by retweeting a photo showing a young MCU fan dressed up as Cap as well as carrying a copy of Thor’s hammer Mjolnir to commemorate World Down Syndrome Day. The Aussie actor gave a shoutout to Evans, asking whether he believed that the fan (like his idol) was capable of the power of Mjolnir. Evans eagerly responded, calling the cosplayer “100%” capable of Mjolnir’s power and praising his ability to lift Mjolnir.
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Captain America’s ability to utilize Mjolnir is among the most significant revelations in Avengers: Endgame, which was also Evan’s MCU final swansong. Since then, Evans has stated that he doesn’t plan to return to the shared world because he is concerned that it will make him less effective than Steve Rogers. However, Evans admitted in a recent interview that he isn’t enjoying playing Captain America, which Evans described as a pleasurable experience. He said, “You get paid for taking good care of yourself and being the superhero you are.” It’s exactly what you dreamed of doing when you were a kid.”
Chris Hemsworth talks about Thor 5
Hemsworth chose not to follow Evans in MCU retirement following Avengers Endgame. He will portray the God of Thunder for the second time in Thor, Love, and Thunder. Additionally, the on-screen message after the film revealed that Hemsworth will reprise the role in future MCU projects, something that was a surprise to him. Hemsworth made it clear that he was willing to return for a sixth Thor installment if it does not retread the same ground that its predecessors did. “I’ve said this before but if it gets too familiar, I’m worried it’s possible to become lazy then because I know what I’m doing,” he said.
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It’s unclear at the moment what kind of story Thor 5 would be telling if Marvel Studios moves forward with the sequel. Thor: Love and Thunder’s mid-credits scene promises a battle between Thor and Brett Goldstein’s Hercules, however, it’s possible that this battle (if it ever happens) could be featured in another MCU film or television show. Goldstein talked about how the fight between Thor and Hercules could go down in a recent interview saying that his character might utilize heroin to take on Odinson.