Hollywood’s Thor Chris Hemsworth is as vulnerable as anybody else and grapples with uncertainties just like everyone. The actor says he looks at vulnerability as an access point for the audience and feels they make the character more relatable. “I’m as vulnerable as anybody else,” Hemsworth told when asked about tapping into vulnerabilities for a character.
“Anything involving children, children in jeopardy or if their safety is threatened, having children myself, it’s certainly easier to sort of draw upon the visceral nature of what that the circumstances would evoke in you,” he added.
Picking his recent digital film Extraction as an example, he continued: “We shot this movie in India, Bangladesh and Thailand, I didn’t have my family with me, so having that distance, I was certainly missing them more than usual. And so to sort of tap into those emotions was a little more accessible. We all have the same uncertainties. Some people are better at hiding them than others. But I think vulnerability is an access point for an audience and it shows that you are human...” — IANS
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