Just because Chris Hemsworth plays a superhero on the silver screen doesn’t mean his kids are as impressed as Marvel fans.
The “Thor” star posted an Instagram photo on Tuesday as he held his son Tristan’s hand while walking.
“Holding my little man’s hand and asking him the age old question, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up.’ ‘Dad i wanna be Superman.’ Lucky I have two other kids,” he joked inthe photo caption.
“Aquaman” actor Jason Momoa made light of Hemsworth’s son saying he wanted to be Superman and commented his own son Nakoa-Wolf Momoa, 12, said he wanted to be Batman.
“😂😂😂😂😂😂yeah wolf wanted to be batman ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” Momoa commented.
Fellow Marvel actors Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin also ribbed Hemsworth in the comments section of the post.
Brolin commented “Hahahaha,” and Reynolds posted “❤️😂❤️.”
Former Steelers linebacker James Harrison said, “Wow and he said it to your face!🤣😂.”
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His celebrity friends and family didn’t just respond to what Hemsworth said – they poked fun at the movie hero’s physical transformation. While Hemsworth’s upper body looked ready to play the part of the mythically muscled Thor, commenters – including his own brother – pointed out his legs and flooded the comments questioning if he had been skipping leg day.
“Bro?! You’ve been skipping leg days again?!” Luke Hemsworth, commented under the photo.
Hemsworth said in an Australia Men’s Health magazine interview published in February that his body shuts down when he isn’t working out.
“I just don’t feel good. I like it for a couple of days, then everything just starts to hurt. I get achy and there’s inflammation, my back’s stiff. I’m just well aware that in order for me to live healthier and happier, I’ve got to keep moving,” he said.
Hemsworth is filming “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the fourth movie about his Marvel Universe character, set to release next February.
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