The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer on YouTube has Chris Hemsworth’s naked scene as one of the most-watched seconds which has been rewound and replayed by the Marvel fans more than some other scene.
Chris Hemsworth’s naked scene in the late delivered Thor: Love and Thunder trailer is the most replayed second in the 2-minute-16-seconds-in length video. The trailer was delivered last week amid much expectation and left aficionados of Thor snared to the scene where Zeus ‘flicks’ away Thor’s robe, leaving him bare before the whole Olympia.
The trailer video on YouTube shows a prominent spike in watcher replays at around a 2-minute timestamp that has Chris wearing only his skin, uncovered by Comicbook.com. Christian Bale’s introduction as a miscreant Gorr the God Butcher as well, got consideration yet it was Chris’ naked scene that had the fans snared.
Chris Hemsworth had proactively advertised up fans for the trailer send-off of his most recent superhuman film Thor: Love and Thunder, and in somewhere around an hour of dropping the trailer, it gathered multiple million perspectives on the Marvel Entertainment YouTube page alone.
Marvel declared the title for Love and Thunder back in 2019 at San Diego Comic-Con, where studio supervisor Kevin Feige revealed that Natalie Portman would be getting back to the establishment interestingly since Thor: The Dark World, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Other than Chris and Natalie, Thor: Love and Thunder likewise star Tessa Thompson returning as Valkyrie, and establishment debutants Christian Bale and Russell Crowe. Chris Pratt and Dave Bautista likewise return from the Guardians of the Galaxy establishment.
Producer Taika Waititi is getting back to bearing after ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ in 2017. Since its delivery, Taika has won an Oscar and become a critical individual from the Disney family, acting in and coordinating episodes of the Disney series The Mandalorian and fostering a Star Wars element for the studio.
Chris’ Love and Thunder make him the primary Marvel entertainer to head a fourth performance film. The film is to open in performance centers on July 8.