Thor Star Chris Hemsworth Faces Mockery on Social Media for Skipping Leg Day

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
May 26, 2021  10:23 AM

It's no secret that Chris Hemsworth has been putting in a lot of effort to look his best for the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder project and judging by the set images we've seen so far, as well as Hemsworth's most recent social media posts, the Australian star is currently at his biggest, physically speaking. The fourth Thor film will see Chris ditch his "Fat Thor" persona and go back to his mighty physique. By the looks of it, he will be drawing some inspiration from Thunderstrike
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth)


We're all aware of Chris' intense workout routine and he's been actively sharing his fitness journey on his social media pages. However, fans can't help by throw shade at the actor for his current "unproportioned" stature. It all began when Hemsworth recently took to Instagram to share a photo of him and his son who's apparently an avid Superman fanatic.

Aside from the post being downright hilarious, people mocked Hemsworth for and his "chicken legs" and according to the internet, the worthy one shouldn't be skipping leg day. Honestly, his lower extremities do look kinda weird. Check out some of the fan reactions below:

 


To be fair, the way the photo was angled and shot may have affected the appearance of his legs. But if he does in fact have chicken legs, boy, there's still plenty of time to make up for it. Meanwhile, despite the fact that we still don't know much about Hemsworth's fourth solo outing as the God of Thunder, Love and Thunder is already looking extremely promising and I think I speak for a lot of people that it's one of the most anticipated MCU flicks right now.


Thor: Love and Thunder will hit cinemas in 2022.


Also Read: Henry Cavill Rumored to Jump Ship to MCU as [SPOILERS] in Thor: Love and Thunder

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