Chris Hemsworth: Avengers Endgame appears in Men in Black


She is the protagonist of one of the biggest successes of the year, Avengers: Endgame, but Chris Hemsworth is already making fun of his next Hollywood move.

The trailer for the upcoming role of the Australian beating heart in the reboot Men in black the franchise was released today, with the participation of Tessa Thompson (and without any sign of Will Smith).

Set in London, Men in Black: International he plays Hemsworth as agent H in front of Thompson as agent M, who is fighting a new alien enemy, known as Hive.

Men In Black: International – which should come out in June – was directed by F. Gary Gary, who also produced The fate of the furious is Straight Outta Compton.

The synopsis of the film states: "Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe".

"In this new adventure, they face their biggest and most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization."

Meanwhile, Hemsworth has been committed to promoting Avengers: Endgame Around the world.

The Marvel hit film, which had a budget of between $ 300 and $ 400 million, was one of the most anticipated films of 2019 and the culmination of 21 films over a decade.

Earlier this week, Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky feared the purple carpet at the film's Hollywood premiere.

Some analysts have predicted Avengers: Endgame could bring $ 900 million to the box office worldwide.

Reflecting on how his career was influenced by the role of "Thor", Hemsworth said: "For sure, my career was questionable and I didn't know if he would continue."

"I was almost scratching, small pieces and this started everything and opened all the doors," said the actor from Byron Bay.

"Everything I've done outside of this has been the shadow of this massive undertaking, or whatever you want to call it."

Last month, it was revealed that Hemsworth's hugely successful Tourism Australia campaign generated incredible amounts of money.

Hemsworth's involvement in the campaign since his appointment in January 2016 has resulted in over 7,500 articles promoting Australia, with an estimated advertising value of $ 195 million.

Overall, the campaign had more than 18 billion views on social media in just over two years, Tourism Australia statistics revealed.

Men in Black: International is out June 13th.

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