Chris Hemsworth warns of Avengers friction
'Thor' star Chris Hemsworth has revealed he has seen the script for 'The Avengers' comic book-adaptation and promised fans it is going to be ''massive''
Chris Hemsworth has warned fans to expect "a hell of a lot of friction" between the many superheroes in "The Avengers."
The 'Thor' actor - who will reprise his role as the God of Thunder for the Joss Whedon-directed comic book-adaptation - revealed he has seen the script for the movie and has promised lots of excitement.
He said: "Everything about the story and the comic books is huge. You have these huge, big superheroes and huge, big egos crammed into one small space. Reading the script, it was massive.
"Everything about it was like, 'Oh my god.' I said to Joss, I said, 'I don't know how you're going to shoot this thing but I'm excited to be onboard and let's give it a go."
The movie will feature an all star cast including Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Natalie Portman and Jeremy Renner although Chris refused to confirm if Jeremy would also make a cameo appearance in 'Thor' as his 'Avengers' character Hawkeye.
When asked by MTV News he would only say: "Maybe. I don't know. I can't deny or say I know anything."
"I don't know if he's in 'Thor.' I haven't seen the cut yet, and he wasn't on set when I was there, but he may be in the final one. He's certainly in 'The Avengers.' I had a chat with him at Comic-Con and he's as excited as the rest of us."