Chris Hemsworth"s Thor 5 Return Condition Will Follow Marvel"s $2.7 Billion Winning Tactic

Marvel Studios will be able to continue its winning strategy for the Thor franchise thanks to Chris Hemsworth's condition to reprise the God of Thunder in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As one of the remaining original Avengers in the Multiverse Saga, Hemsworth has been playing the Asgardian Prince for 12 years now. Considering the tag at the end of his latest movie, Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder, the actor's MCU comeback is already confirmed, but the specifics of his return are still unclear.
On the heels of the Infinity Saga, Marvel Studios confirmed that the God of Thunder will star in his fourth solo film — a departure from MCU's usual trilogy format. The move made sense, however, considering the success of 2017's Thor: Ragnarok. Waititi re-teamed with Hemsworth for the bigger and bolder Thor: Love and Thunder. Unfortunately, it didn't resonate with both critics and audiences, resulting in an underwhelming installment. So while Hemsworth is open to reprising the role, he has some stipulations that would luckily allow Marvel Studios to continue its winning strategy for the Thor franchise.
Chris Hemsworth's Condition For Returning To Thor 5 In a recent interview with GQ, Hemsworth opens up about his future in the MCU. He lists down some conditions for his possible return despite Marvel Studios already confirming that he will be back on the screen as the Asgardian Prince. His biggest consideration is the creative path for his character moving forward. At this point, he has played the hero in eight films. Naturally, he's looking for a way to change things up and make it still interesting for both him and the viewers. Hemsworth particularly cited the gear shift in Thor: Ragnarok as Waititi overhauled the middling MCU franchise, changing everything from its looks, feel, and tone.
Hemsworth has been vocal about his passion for playing Thor. It's an understatement to say that being in the MCU opened more opportunities for him as an actor. Even as he expands his portfolio, however, he continues to be very protective of Thor, wanting to make sure that the character evolves every few years. The substantial difference between the first and last two installments of his $2.7 billion sub-franchise allowed him to feel like he was always doing something different despite playing the same character. Working with other directors such as the Russo Brothers for both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame also helped in that regard.
Why The Thor Franchise's Creativity Is Key To Its Success Suffice it to say, the variation is very important to Hemsworth when it comes to playing Thor. While it may seem like an issue for his future in the MCU, it actually motivates Marvel Studios to continue its winning strategy for the sub-franchise. Keeping the God of Thunder evolving is key to ensuring that he remains interesting for viewers to watch. Looking at Marvel Comics, there's actually no scarcity of narratives for the Asgardian Prince. Instead, its success boils down to the execution of said storylines.


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