Chris Hemsworth's 9-year-old son's friends had brutal criticism for his last Thor film
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Chris Hemsworth’s nine-year-old son’s friends had some brutal criticism for his last Marvel film, Thor: Love and Thunder.
However, even his kid’s mates had a savage response to the film which received mixed reviews from critics.
Hemsworth himself even admits the movie got ‘too silly’.
The Aussie actor shares his nine-year-old twin sons, Sasha and Tristan, with wife Elsa Pataky. They also have an 11-year-old daughter, India Rose, and have been married since 2010.
While you might think chatting to a real-life superhero would be any kids’ dream, it seems many are pretty comfortable at serving up their cold hard opinions.
Hemsworth told GQ Magazine: “It’s a bunch of eight-year-olds critiquing my film. ‘We thought this one had too much humour, the action was cool but the VFX weren’t as good.’ I cringe and laugh equally at it.”
And while the boys may be brutal to him, Sasha and Tristan’s dad has been known to be pretty ‘brutal’ back.
Back on their birthday earlier this year, Hemsworth shared a photo of the family with the caption: “Only one way to eat cake in this house and that’s to have mum slam your head into it face first!!”
He also quoted a conversation between his son and wife: “Hey mum I don’t like chocolate cake I prefer vanilla.’ ‘Oh really son, what about now?’”
The hilarious post shows Patakay pushing the boys’ faces into their birthday cake as Hemsworth stands by smiling, hands on hips.
The dad-of-three has played superhero Thor in the Marvel movies since 2011 - before his savage sons and their mates were even born.
Hemsworth has had his fair share of films as the character, from the various Avengers movies to Thor: Ragnarok.
Last year’s release, Thor: Love and Thunder, saw the superhero on his quest for inner-peace.
Obviously this hope for ‘retirement’ hit obstacles with Gorr the God Butcher getting in the way.
This addition to the line-up of Thor films was, of course, a hit at the box office but didn’t do too well with every critic - and not just counting Hemsworth’s kids’ mates.
Thor: Love and Thunder is rated 63 percent on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer.
This compares to 77 percent for the first Thor film and a whopping 93 percent for 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok.
The actor said of last year’s Thor film to GQ Magazine: “I think we just had too much fun. It just became too silly. It’s always hard being in the centre of it and having any real perspective… I love the process, it’s always a ride. But you just don’t know how people are going to respond.”