Chris Hemsworth, tongue firmly in cheek, recently blasted his fellow Avengers for leaving both Thor and Hulk out of the fight in the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War" movie. The video was posted by "Civil War" directors Anthony and Joe Russo on their Facebook page:
As you can see, Hemsworth is (mock) bitter about the snub, showing off his own strength while dissing the weakness of the Avengers in "Civil War."
"Hey guys. You know, it's funny. Everyone keeps asking me, 'You Team Cap? You Team Iron Man?' Who cares? I mean, where was the invite for me and Hulk? Just leave the two strongest, biggest Avengers out of this one, did you? Was this one for the kids, is it? Where they just have a scrape on their own, and we just sit on the sidelines? So pathetic. ... Maybe I'm not worthy. Maybe I can't even pick up the hammer anymore. Let's see..."
But, yep, he's "still got it." And you can see Thor and Hulk (and Loki) in "Thor: Ragnarok," which will be released in November 2017.
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