Robert Downey Jr. Disagrees with Chris Hemsworth’s Thor Criticism and Assertion That Marvel Co-Stars Received Better Lines: He Believes Thor has the Most Intricate Character Development Among the Avengers

Robert Downey Jr. dismisses Chris Hemsworth’s complaints about Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In a recent Vanity Fair cover story, Hemsworth admitted to feeling frustrated while portraying the Asgardian hero in four standalone movies and various “Avengers” films.

Robert Downey Jr. expresses his astonishment at witnessing Jeremy Renner’s joyful celebration at Chris Evans’ wedding, considering the unfortunate snow plow accident he had been involved in. Downey Jr. describes it as “mind-blowing” and acknowledges that it serves as a testament to the existence of miracles.

Hemsworth confessed that at times, he felt like a security guard for the team. He would find himself reading everyone else’s lines and thinking, “Oh, they have much cooler stuff to do. They’re having more fun. What about my character?” Despite being a part of this grand production, he couldn’t help but feel replaceable, despite wearing the wig, having the muscles, and donning the costume. It was all about finding the right lighting to enhance his presence.

Downey reassured Hemsworth, stating, “Thor as a character was quite challenging to bring to life, given the inherent limitations. However, with the guidance of Ken Branagh, we managed to transcend those limitations and make Thor relatable yet godlike.”

According to Downey, Hemsworth possesses the most intricate personality among all the Avengers. He combines intelligence, seriousness, and a hint of humor, along with a remarkable balance of passion and tenderness.

Robert Downey Jr. expressed his admiration for Chris Hemsworth’s portrayal of Thor in the Marvel movies “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “Avengers Endgame.” Downey described Hemsworth’s performance as a “formidable hat trick.”

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While Marvel has not officially confirmed the return of Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, both actors have expressed their desire to reprise their superhero roles on the big screen. Hemsworth, in particular, wants to deliver the Thor movie that fans deserve, especially after feeling that he didn’t quite hit the mark with “Thor: Love and Thunder” in 2022. Reflecting on his performance, the actor admitted, “I got caught up in the improv and the wackiness, and I became a parody of myself. I didn’t stick the landing.” On the other hand, Downey recently shared with Esquire magazine that he would be open to playing Iron Man again, even though the character met his demise in “Endgame.”

When asked about his return to the MCU, Downey expressed his enthusiasm, stating that it is an integral part of his DNA. He believes that the role of Iron Man chose him, and he has a deep appreciation for the character. Downey also praised Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, and expressed his confidence in Feige’s ability to make successful decisions. According to Downey, betting against Feige is a losing game, as he is the one who always comes out on top.

Chris Hemsworth has openly admitted his accountability for the perceived failure of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder.’ In a candid statement, he confessed, “I got caught up in the improv and the wackiness, and unintentionally became a parody of myself.” Hemsworth’s willingness to shoulder the blame reflects his commitment to self-reflection and growth as an actor.

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During a recent interview with GamesRadar+, the Russo brothers, directors of “Avengers: Endgame,” shared their perplexity regarding Robert Downey Jr.’s return as Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They expressed confusion about the character’s reappearance after his heroic demise in their immensely successful film.

“I’m not quite sure how they would go about it,” Anthony chuckled. “I can’t even begin to imagine the path they would take.”

Joe said, “We closed that book, so it’s their responsibility to figure out how to reopen it.”

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige seemed uninterested in bringing back Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man to the big screen, as he mentioned in an interview with Vanity Fair last December.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige expressed his commitment to preserving the significance of Iron Man’s death in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He emphasized the team’s dedication and hard work in building up to that pivotal moment and emphasized that they have no intention of undermining its impact by reversing it.

However, those comments were made prior to Downey publicly expressing his openness to donning the Iron Man suit once again. Considering Marvel’s recent underwhelming box office performances, including “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” and “The Marvels,” the prospect of Downey’s return as Iron Man could be particularly enticing, given the character’s proven success at the box office for the studio.

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