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They're the Australian-born Hollywood stars who are set to appear together in new superhero blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok.
And as Chris Hemsworth, 33, and Cate Blanchett, 48, stepped out for Comic Con International in San Diego on Saturday, the actors appeared to be in good spirits.
Chris Hemsworth as “Chris Hemsworth” catalogues the various stumbling blocks he encountered on the Road to Success. After all, his handsomeness is so extreme it can’t be denied or ignored, or even played down.
In the signature faux-humble voice-over (the better to brag to you with, my dear), he says, “When I got to Hollywood, they said I’d never make it as an actor—they said I was too tall, too blond, my muscles were too big.” The line got a roar from the studio audience. It verges, in fact, on the parodic, so why not parody it?
Now Chris’ wife, Elsa Pataky is starting to get a little uncomfortable about her husband constantly bragging about Charlize Theron, and it is starting to create some tension in their marriage.
A source close to Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky told the publication, “If Chris is smart, he’ll stop talking Charlize up in public.” Complimenting Charlize while they are promoting a film together is one thing, and Elsa would understand if Chris commented on Charlize during film promotion, but Elsa finds it odd that Chris will just randomly bring up Charlize in interviews and compliment her.
Just the three of us alone in a room sampling penises was a very strange experience for us.” “Guess what? I laughed the whole time,” Ed Helms, who plays Rusty Griswold all grown up, admitted. "Someone would have messed that up, because they would be thinking, ‘This is so funny what I am doing with my thing, and I am going to be really, super funny with it.’ He wasn't.
The restaurant: Geoffrey’s, pronounced the way the snooty English butler from pronounced it, not the way the flesh-eating serial killer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, pronounced it, and perched on a bluff above the Malibu stretch of the Pacific, which, for my money, knocks the Côte d’Azur right on its derrière. It was a strong show all around, but the best bit was a send-up of those American Express commercials that feature famous people presenting themselves in modest, no-frills, this-is-the-real-me ways that are actually self-congratulatory and carefully contrived and showbiz slick.
Not content with just the poster though, Chris stepped it up a notch, launching it to a verse of a original song 'Not That Chris', set to the score of Billy Joel's 'Uptown Girl'.
A poster: citing the differences between him and his fellow blockbusting buddies.
But if Hemsworth isn’t the fairest of the male-ingénue set, who is?
Channing Tatum’s a hot young hunk raring to go, and in terms of sheer sexiness, just raw, straight-up, wham-bam appeal, he’s the winner, hands down. (He knows it, too, and uses it; it’s part of what makes him such a sly—and amusing—presence on-screen.) Bradley Cooper is the guy who was out of your league in college. Like you might have gotten lucky with him if the lenses on his beer goggles were sufficiently thick and/or fogged and/or smeary.