Chris Hemsworth said that seeing his butt on screen in 'Thor: Love and Thunder' was a dream '10 years in the making'

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Chris Hemsworth at the "Thor: Love and Thunder" Los Angeles premiere on June 23, 2022.Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic
  • Chris Hemsworth said seeing his butt on screen in "Thor: Love and Thunder" was a dream come true.

  • The actor spoke with Variety about "Thor" at the Hollywood premiere of the film on Thursday.

  • "It was 10 years in the making, that scene — kind of a dream of mine," Hemsworth said.

Chris Hemsworth said that seeing his character Thor's butt on screen in the new "Thor: Love and Thunder" movie was a dream "10 years in the making."

Hemsworth spoke with Variety on the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of the film on Thursday. When asked what it was like seeing his butt on for the first time in a Marvel, the Australian actor joked that it wasn't a big deal to see his "very big pair of cheeks" on the big screen.

"I don't know, I've seen them before. Whatever," he said.

Hemsworth said he did "a lot of everything" to prepare for the scene, noting that getting his bare derriere in the film was a long time coming.

"It was 10 years in the making, that scene. It was a dream of mine. The first time I played Thor, I took my shirt off and I thought, 'You know what's going to sweeten this ... a decade from now, it's all going to come off.' And here we are," the star said.

This isn't the first time the Australian heartthrob has flashed his backside on screen. He told Variety that his butt was on display in the 2013 movie "Rush."

"Thor: Love and Thunder" director Taika Waititi also talked with Variety on the red carpet Thursday, saying that he wanted to show Hemsworth's physique in the film.

"My whole thing was like, Chris works so hard, you've got to show it off. Don't cover it up with all these suits and the cape and stuff, it's not fair," he said.

"Thor: Love and Thunder" premieres in theaters on July 8.

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