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Nicola Marsh, author of Before, spent many a distracted hour gazing fondly at photos of Chris Hemsworth online. Poor thing.
"My hero, Jack, is an Aussie bad boy. A little rough around the edges but with a heart of gold. And then I saw Chris Hemsworth being interviewed… The stubble. The piercing eyes. That sexy gravelly voice … discussing his wife and child with blatant adoration.
I had my hero.”
OMG I’M LAUGHING SO HARD RIGHT NOW! THIS IS GREAT! LOL
This is great.
another old article but hadn’t heard Kenneth Branagh describe this before, “it was like feeding a steam engine”, ha
I heard that Hemsworth put on so much muscle he outgrew his own costume.
Alex Byrne, Oscar-winning costume designer, rang me in distress the evening of the day in which we’d shown some costume tests. We were about three weeks away from shooting and she said, “You know that incredibly sculpted suit, that kind of curves around every muscle of his? None of the sculpting is there anymore, it’s just been blown out by his new inches—even the size of his neck is a massive jump from just two or three weeks ago.” I had to make a call to Chris saying, “Please, please, please calm down.” He said, “Thank God because it would be nice to get to a point when I actually enjoy eating food again.” In rehearsals, I’d be in the middle of giving him a note and he’d go, “Sorry Ken. Gotta stop now,” and in would come somebody with what seemed like half a chicken! He has to eat it. He’d say, “If I don’t eat it, I’m either going to collapse or you’re going to lose all these muscles.” That was kind of a comic dimension to it all. It was like feeding a steam engine. Then he’d leave my room and go down and do all the stunt work for a bit. They literally had to have people coming every two hours to give him enormous amounts of protein.
He must have felt like a Viking king if people were just always coming by and serving him food.
Exactly. It was like you were at the court of Henry VIII or something. You could have drawn a picture of our rehearsal room and it would look like a banqueting scene from the comics.
Chris made it in the top ten!