You’ve seen him act as a stoic alpha-god in Thor, a Formula One racer in Rush, and soon you’ll catch him as the world’s toughest hacker in Blackout and the God of Hair and Hammer in Avengers: Age of Ultron. So it makes sense that now Chris Hemsworth can add GQ‘s Manliest Man in Hollywood accolade to his resume.
In an interview with GQ‘s David Katz, Hemsworth admitted that he’s protective over little bro, fellow actor Liam.
“I’ve watched Liam do things I did at his age, like being in relationships he shouldn’t be in, or being reckless just to prove a point. And I had no empathy. My mom had to remind me I was the same way.”
But Chris explained that this was nothing out of the ordinary for the Hemsworth brothers, as eldest brother Luke did the same to him.
“Back when I was still on the soap, I became incredibly insecure and full of anxiety because I didn’t know if I was any good. I spent years being angsty, constantly telling people I wasn’t just part of a soap opera, that I was a real artist. And I remember Luke sort of snapping, telling me to shut up, that he was sick of hearing it,” he said.
To read more about why Chris Hemsworth is the Manliest Man in Hollywood, and find out whether he thinks puppies are cuter than children or if pie is better than cake, check out the GQ cover shoot below and read more at GQ.com. And be sure to read the full story hitting NYC & L.A. newsstands December 16.
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