Chris Hemsworth Reveals His Favorite Avengers: Endgame Scene

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Avengers: Endgame is a showcase of show-stopping scenes; a spectacle built on the foundation of every MCU entry that came before it that pays off nearly a decade worth of story arcs. Ask a room full of a hundred different people what their top moment in the movie was and odds are you’d get nearly a hundred different answers.

If Thor actor Chris Hemsworth were amongst that group though, we can now say what his answer would be. Thanks to a newly released featurette promoting Endgame’s home video release, the God of Thunder himself reveals what his favorite scene in the box office behemoth is.

If you can’t watch the embedded video above, the actor discloses that the shot where Thor and Captain America switch their enchanted Asgardian weapons – which the former telling the latter to “Take the little one” – is his top pick in the film.

Honestly, this revelation shouldn’t come as that much of a surprise, as it’s one of Thor’s standout moments in the movie’s exceptionally long final battle. Not only does Captain America’s ability to wield Mjölnir pay off a joke set up years earlier in Age of Ultron, but it gives insight into both the humanity of Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers and Hemworth’s once-arrogant prince of Asgard.

For Hemsworth, the Marvel movies may be another day at the office, but that doesn’t mean he can’t also enjoy them as a fan. While he’s gone on the record to say that though he’s not exactly enamored with the first two Thor flicks, he fell in love all over again once writer-director Taika Waititi stepped up to take a swing at the franchise.

The new, more comedic take on the character was a hit with critics and audiences alike, providing a once stodgy character with a fresh a future well past Avengers: Endgame. Hemsworth and Waititi will reunite along with Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson for Thor: Love and Thunder, set to hit theaters in the fall of 2021, so we should all be a little thankful that their time in the MCU isn’t up just yet.

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