Fantastic there is conversation: Chris Hemsworth on changing gender norms in cinema


“I first met her at an event many years ago. She is all about sort of having fun. Making it a norm should be the aim. Hemsworth said he has always enjoyed collaborating with women who are opinionated and working with veteran star Emma Thompson in MIB: International was one-of-a-kind experience. The Sony Pictures India released MIB: International in the country on Friday. She has the most wacky sense of humour and she is just incredibly kind and collaborative,” he said. It’s a pretty good motivator,” he said. You talked to people 10 years ago about of a female superhero film and most of them would have said it won’t work and so on. ‘Am I any good at this?’ It’s quite comforting. More Explained

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Comment(s) “It is fantastic that there is a change happening. These films have as much or sort of more following and appreciation than other films. It just forces you to work harder. Popular Photos

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The actor, however, admitted that he was initially “intimidated” by the Academy Award winning actor. We sort of have to rethink about it. And for younger generation, it is normal as opposed to my or the older generations. I think Captain Marvel or Wonder Woman… these films have made more money than any of the other stand-alones. “She’s the kind of person who you walk up to and you’re intimidated to work with. That’s important and I think it’s occurring,” Hemsworth told PTI in a group interview here. And it’s interesting to see it in people like her, who are sort of Gods in the acting world.”
Hemsworth said, for him, the biggest takeaway in working with seasoned performers like Thompson is their “humility”. Advertising

The actor played a handsome but daft-headed secretary in an all-female reboot of Ghostbusters and in his latest MIB: International, he features as Agent H opposite the franchise’s first on-field woman agent, Agent M (Tessa Thompson). The Hollywood star says even though he has not picked these movies keeping in mind the debate around gender, he is is happy that the change is finally happening. “The humility these people have and also they still carry that sense of doubt like ‘Will this be my last job? There has been a conversation for a while now. “I am glad that people are now sort of well aware. But she instantly puts you at ease. Advertising

The 35-year-old Australian actor said the fact that audiences are open to female superhero films and have made movies like “Wonder Woman” and “Captain Marvel” a huge success, shows the shift. For my kids in particular, Wonder Woman is their favourite superhero,” he added.