On his Instagram profile, Chris Hemsworth posted a series of photos in which he appeared alongside several guests at a 1980s-themed party.
The party was to celebrate the 37th birthday of Aaron Grist, a personal friend and assistant of Hemsworth, the interpreter of Thor in the MCU.
However, several followers of the profile commented in a tone of disappointment due to the crowds among the guests and the lack of masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Among the main comments, fans said the star should set an example for fans, others complained about the lack of responsibility and empathy for the millions of victims of the disease.
In the pictures, Hemsworth appears next to his wife; Elsa Pataky, younger brother; Liam and a few other friends, like Idris Elba, Heimdall.
“Without a mask and with a smile on his face … It looks like COVID-19 does not infect royalty,” wrote one follower, ironically.
In the caption of the post, Hemsworth wrote:
“An ’80s themed party never hurt anyone.”
Recalling that the star is in Sydney, Australia, recording ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’.
The cast also includes Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson and Christian Bale, as well as Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan and Vin Diesel.
The comic recently reported that the sequel received a rather curious production title: “The Big Salad.”
It’s likely that the choice of the call had to do with a specific moment of the God of Thunder (Hemsworth) in ‘Avengers: Endgame’: in a certain scene, the hero goes into depression after being defeated by Thanos ( Josh Brolin), leading – to gain weight and be pushed by his mother, Frigga, who tells him to eat a plate of salad.
Directed by Taika Waititi, the new film is set to open on February 11, 2022 (opening of the American Valentine’s Day weekend).
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