Thor 4 fans love seeing Chris Hemsworth topless

If you thought fans of the MCU would be excited for Thor’s return, you’d be absolutely right, but judging by the stats from the new Thor: Love and Thunder trailer, it seems fans are keen on a very specific one thing to see. It turns out that the most disrupted moment in the trailer is of Chris Hemsworth shirtless, because of course that’s the way it is.

We saw Thor get a little lost in the MCU film Avengers: Endgame, where he became known to the fanbase as “Fat Thor” as a result of his depression after losing the battle against Thanos. Back then, it was nice to see that Chris Hemsworth didn’t need a divine body for his MCU character to be worthy.

In the Thor: Love and Thunder trailer, that all changes. Korg, Thor’s sidekick, explains how the hero goes from “father’s body to god’s body” before Thor is later stripped naked by Zeus. Well, it seems fans don’t want character development in the MCU timeline, they just want to see Chris Hemsworth take off his top.

It will come as no surprise to absolutely anyone that the most disruptive moment in the new trailer is the scene in Mount Olympus where Thor’s clothes are flicked off by Russell Crowe’s Zeus, leaving Hemsworth in the buff.

in the trailer, various viewers faint at the sight of Thor’s “god body” while Valkyrie and Jane Foster decide to watch rather than help their comrade. Seems like most of the internet had the same idea and may have fainted as well (we don’t have stats for that).

A look at Marvel YouTube and a quick run through the Thor 4 trailer video reveals that the two minute and one second mark is officially the “most played” moment. It’s no coincidence that this is exactly the moment to see Hemsworth in all his… glory.

Thor: Love and Thunder’s release date is July 8th worldwide and the Phase 4 film will only be shown in theaters.

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Emma James

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