He played in one of the biggest blockbusters of the year, Avengers: Endgame, but Chris Hemsworth teases his next Hollywood move.
Trailer for the upcoming role of Australian Heart-Grave in Restart Men in Black the franchise was released today, playing-star Tessa Thompson (and without the sign Will Smith).
Set in London Men in Black: International features Hemsworth as Agent H opposite Thompson as Agent M, who are out to battle a new alien enemy, known as the Hive.
Men in Black: International – Ready to release in June – directed by Gary Gary, who also did Fate Fate and Straight Outta Compton.
The film synopsis states: "Men in black have always protected Earth from the dirt of the universe."
"In this new adventure, it solves the biggest global threat so far: a mole in Men in Black."
Meanwhile, Hemsworth was busy supporting Avengers: Endgame around the world.
Marvel's $ 300m to $ 400m budget was one of the most anticipated 2019 film releases and the culmination of 21 films over the decade.
Earlier this week, Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky set out on a purple carpet at the film's premiere.
Some analysts predicted Avengers: Endgame could bring in $ 900 million in cash at around the world.
Given how his career was influenced by the role of "Thor", Hemsworth said, "Sure, my career was debatable and I didn't know if it would go on."
"I was kind of scraped, bits and pieces, and it all threw away and opened all the doors," said Byron Bay actor.
"Everything I did out of this was in the shadow of this massive business, or whatever you want to call it."
Last month, it turned out that Hemsworth's very successful Australia tourism campaign created a charming amount of money.
Hemsworth's involvement in the campaign since his appointment in January 2016 resulted in more than 7,500 articles in support of Australia with an estimated $ 195 million advertising value.
Overall, the campaign had more than 18 billion views on social media for more than two years.
Men in Black: International is gone June 13th.