The Thor star seems to be unhappy with Hollywood in spite of making major gains in Tinsel Town
Australian hottie, Chris Hemsworth who is best known for swinging his hammer in the blockbuster movie Thor revealed in GQ’s February issue that Hollywood didn’t really give him the happiness he thought he would get.
Hemsworth started his career in 2007 by playing the character Kim Hyde in the soap opera “Home and Away” and appeared in J.J Abraham’s 2009 remake of Star Trek as Captain James, T. Kirk’s dad which landed him into a huge opportunity in Hollywood when he was given the lead role in the superhero film Thor in 2011.
After playing Thor again in the following two years in 'Thor: The Avengers' and 'Thor: The Dark World respectively', he made a name for himself in Hollywood.
However, the “Aussie god” as he is called in the GQ February issue, after all the fame and money isn’t as happy as he expected to be.
“You get to Hollywood, you achieve something and then you realize, ‘S–-, it didn't actually bring me the happiness I thought it was going to. It didn't fix anything. Look, I mean I don't wake up, look in the mirror and go, ‘Yep, all is perfect,” he explains. "It's bull----. I remember how differently people treated me when things went well. Some directors and producers who never gave a s--- —at best, they'd have given me a sideways glance. Next time I saw them, they're my best friend. That's gross."
He also said he moved back to Australia to protect his family from the dangers of his career. "You start to think of it as the norm, that this is how people are -- and that's the danger," he says. "If this is life, I'm not raising my kids like this."