Chris Hemsworth: Thor’s Future in the MCU and Health Concerns

Playing the God of Thunder for over a decade now, Chris Hemsworth’s days as Thor may be coming to an end. In an interview with Vanity Fair, the star commented that his next appearance in the skin of the Nordic superhero in Marvel productions is likely to be his last🇧🇷 See comment:


“I feel like we would probably have to close the book if I did that. [interpretar Thor] […] I feel like it would probably be the ending, but that’s not based on anything anyone told me or any kind of plan. You have this hero’s birth, hero’s journey, then hero’s death, and I don’t know – am I at that stage? Who knows?”

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It’s good to remember that Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man. and Chris Evans’ Captain America, have already had their endings within the MCU, which further increases expectations regarding a worthy end for the actor in the skin of the God of Thunder.


Predisposition to Alzheimer’s


Also for Vanity Fair, in an exclusive interview, Chris Hemworth expressed concern after find out that you may suffer from Alzheimer’s in the future🇧🇷 The discovery was made after a battery of genetic tests carried out during the documentary series limitlessfor the National Geographic.

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The actor’s DNA includes two copies of the APOE4 gene. from their parents, and studies associate this combination with a high probability of Alzheimer’s. According to a 2021 study by the National Institutes of Health, one in four people carry a single copy of the gene, but only 2 to 3% of the population have both.


Chris Hemsworth said he was worried about his future as a result of the possible illness. “My concern was that I just didn’t want to manipulate and dramatize him too much. [Alzheimer]and turn it into some kind of hokey empathy, or whatever, for entertainment […] It’s not like I got my resignation.”

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Despite this, the star sees the discovery of genetic predisposition positively, since it is possible to take measures to mitigate it in the future, monitoring the evolution of the condition and taking care of health in general🇧🇷

Cheer up Chris, and we hope to see you more often in the role of Thor!

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