Chris Hemsworth virtually didn’t star within the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot.
The movie that featured a feminine Ghostbusters crew starred Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Leslie Jones and their clueless assistant, Kevin (Hemsworth).
The Avengers: Endgame star has some critical doubts regarding the function, as he thought there was no depth to the character.
“The evening earlier than I used to be taking pictures, I virtually pulled out,” Hemsworth informed the outlet. “Three or 4 weeks prior, Paul [Feig] mentioned to me, ‘I’m going to jot down up the character. Don’t fear.’ After which I bought the script and nothing had modified.”
However then his agent arrange a last-minute assembly with Feig, who informed Hemsworth that he’ll have tons to do with the character by way of improvisation.
“I used to be actually scared strolling onto that set,” Hemsworth added. “I had no actual plan, so I used to be simply feeding off of them, and I simply felt ridiculous. So I used that.”
Hemsworth additionally shared with the outlet that he’s nonetheless fairly upset concerning the backlash the movie suffered, partly as a result of the Ghostbusters crew was performed by ladies.
“That entire interval I used to be like, ‘What possession do you guys have over these characters?’” Hemsworth mentioned. “‘Oh, you watched the movie, subsequently you must have a say over the place it goes?’ I assumed it was very unlucky and sort of disappointing.”