Chris Hemsworth Unexpectedly Apologizes for Thor: Love and Thunder

Credit: Marvel Studios

Credit: Marvel Studios

I think we can all agree that the Marvel Cinematic Universe reached its peak in Avengers: Endgame but despite that, Marvel Studios has continuously given fans content after content. However, it's obvious that the franchise's quality drastically declined after Endgame with the exception of some projects that have kept the fandom engaged.

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One film that failed to hit the mark with audiences and critics is Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder which is easily regarded by many as the worst film of Phase Four. Prior to the film's release, there were already talks of doing a historic fifth installment in the Thor franchise but the sequel's mixed reception seemed to have cast doubt on its status.

Even lead star Chris Hemsworth stated that he wants to take a brand new approach with the God of Thunder should the studio green light Thor 5. Speaking of, the actor apologized for a pivotal moment that took place in Love and Thunder involving Russell Crowe's Zeus.

On Twitter, the Australian star reposted a clip from Hercules actor Brett Goldstein's appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and hilariously said he's sorry for impaling Zeus with his own lightning bolt. Check it out here:

Crowe would then respond to Hemsworth, claiming Thor just got lucky.

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Thor 4's mid-credits scene pretty much teased the unfinished business between Thor and Zeus so despite the uncertainty, the door is still wide open for a fifth film to get developed. However, Hemsworth's recent health scare might halt the chances of it getting greenlit anytime soon.

Thor: Love and Thunder is available to stream on Disney+.

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