Chris Hemsworth joins TikTok and gains 600,000 followers in two days as he promotes Thor: Love and Thunder: ‘Love you guys!’
His first video was a montage of clips from Thor: Love and Thunder’s world premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles last month, where he and his co-stars greeted fans.
Chris Hemsworth is fast becoming the king of TikTok after joining the social media platform on Saturday then gaining 600,000 followers in just two days
‘Preorder tickets now, link in bio. Oh and hi TikTok……!’ he continued.
Chris joked in a red carpet interview about his nude scene in the upcoming Marvel film, saying: ‘It was 10 years in the making, that scene – a dream of mine.
‘The first time I played Thor I took my shirt off and I thought, “You know what’s gonna sweeten this…” A decade from now, it’s all going to come off.’
His first video was a montage of clips from Thor: Love and Thunder’s world premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles last month, where he and his co-stars greeted fans
Last week, the former Home and Away star raved about his time as Thor since he took on the role in 2011.
‘For over a decade you have shown us that Thor is still worthy,’ he said on Instagram.
‘We’re humbled and grateful to all of you who have been part of this incredible journey. We can’t wait for you to see Thor: Love and Thunder in theaters July 8.’
The Marvel franchise star, 38, captioned the clip: ‘Sydney fans! LA fans! Love you guys! Thor: Love and Thunder opens Wednesday in Australia and Friday in the U.S.’
Chris will soon return to cinemas with his fourth solo outing as Thor, the Norse god of thunder.
Natalie Portman, 41, will join him as Jane Foster, who has taken on Thor’s powers in their latest fight against Gorr the God Butcher, played by Christian Bale, 48.
Popular characters Valkyrie and Korg will once again be played by Tessa Thompson, 38, and Taika Waititi respectively.
Waititi, 46, also wrote and directed Thor: Love and Thunder following his success helming Thor: Ragnarok in 2017.
Chris will soon return to theatres with his fourth solo outing as Thor, the Norse god of thunder