Watch Chris Hemsworth Troll Fans About Avengers 4 Spoilers
Well, it’s been quite an eventful weekend for Marvel Cinematic Universe star Chris Hemsworth. For those of you who don’t know, the Melbourne, Australia native turned thirty-five on Saturday, August 11th, and to celebrate the occasion, some pretty high profile talent did their best to serenade the father of three.
First, the Mad Titan, Josh Brolin, showed off his vocal range by singing a playful rendition of your typical natal day number. Then, the hardest working man in Hollywood, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, took time out of his incredibly busy schedule to send Hemsworth a rather unique birthday greeting, but the gift-giving didn’t stop there.
Late Sunday evening, Chadwick Boseman made sure to wish the God of Thunder well – albeit belatedly – by poking fun at his atrocious aim, saying: “Shoulda gone for his head, bro. It was literally right there. Just sayin.” However, at the Teen Choice Awards that very same evening, the birthday boy himself decided to deliver some goodies.
That’s right, Hemsworth was bestowed with the Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor honor as a result of his performance in Thor: Ragnarok, and to commemorate his victory, he decided to share some Avengers 4 spoilers. Although unfortunately, he couldn’t be there in person, so the spoiling had to be done over FaceTime.
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— FOX (@FOXTV) August 13, 2018
As you can see in the video above, regrettably, during his acceptance speech, Hemsworth lost connection, and the title of Avengers 4, not to mention Thor’s new weapon, went undisclosed. That said, we did get a shot of the God of Thunder pleading with Thanos to stop killing his friends, so at least the Mad Titan learned his lesson – probably.
As for the aforementioned Infinity War sequel, you can expect that to land in theaters on May 3rd, 2019. Let’s just hope Marvel stars stop trolling us before then and actually give us a bit of concrete info at some point, eh?