Chris Hemsworth takes a friendly jab at The Rock and drops 'Avengers' spoiler bomb at the same time

After a tragic turn of events during the 'Infinity War', the ally of the Avengers had to endure two great losses — one of his friend Heimdall and the other of his brother Loki

Chris Hemsworth takes a friendly jab at The Rock and drops 'Avengers' spoiler bomb at the same time

For God of Thunder, it has been a pretty rough journey in the Marvel Cinematic Universe during the past couple of adventures.

First, Thor's not-so-friendly sister Hella took away his planet and his father from him, then he ended up losing his hammer Mjolnir and one eye following the battle with the Goddess of death and more recently, the Asgardian had a face-off with the all-powerful Titan, Thanos. 

After a tragic turn of events during the 'Infinity War', the ally of the Avengers had to endure two great losses — one of his friend Heimdall and the other of his brother Loki.

Now, with the death toll at its all-time high in the MCU, serious questions have surfaced over the future of the thunder god, especially considering the fact that Hemsworth's (Thor in the franchise) contract with Marvel is closing to an end, after the upcoming blockbuster, 'Avengers 4'. 



All of these speculations, however, seem to have little effect on Hemsworth. In a recent video, while thanking fans for the record-breaking success of 'Infinity War', the actor not only referenced Dwayne Johnson but also seemingly dropped a hint about Thor's possible return in the franchise.     

"Taking a leaf out of The Rock's books," the Marvel star begins in the video posted on Instagram, flexing his muscles for all our viewing pleasure.

"Avengers opened over the weekend in China and it was the second biggest opening of all time, it was the biggest superhero film opening ever."

“The film continues to smash records left right and center and, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — it’s all thanks to you guys," he adds. 

What he said next might raise an eyebrow.

“Thank you so much, everyone who continues to support these characters and the Marvel Universe. We’re going to keep trying to crank them out for you, if you let us.” 



Clearly, Hemsworth is in no mood to hang up his cape yet - an emotion that is echoed in his past interviews as well. 

“I felt like we re-invented him,” the actor had said earlier, hinting towards a possible reboot of his character in the Marvel universe. “There is a bigger platform now to continue if we want to.”