Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], August 9 (ANI): It's been five weeks since 'Thor: Love and Thunder' hit the cinemas in India and the makers of the movie are quite happy with the movie's performance in the country. The film closed its fifth weekend recently and has crossed the Rs 100 crore mark!
'Thor' is the second Hollywood film to ever cross the magical figure of Rs 100 crores this year. Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh took to his social media handles to share the news. According to him, the film earned Rs 79.07 cr in week 1, Rs 14.46 cr in week 2, Rs 4.34 cr in week 3, Rs 1.69 cr in week 4, and Rs 46 lacs in week 5.
The movie hit the theatres on July 7. The movie stars Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman in lead roles.
Recently, Chris Hemsworth revealed that his younger brother Liam Hemsworth was almost cast as Marvel's Thor instead of him.
According to E! News, while promoting the latest instalment of the franchise, 'Thor: Love and Thunder, the 38-year-old revealed just how close Liam was to playing the Mjolnir swinging character.
While several recent Marvel Cinematic Universe projects have been exploring the Multiverse, the same isn't the case with 'Thor: Love and Thunder.
Chris told an entertainment outlet, "In this film, it's not something we explore. But who knows if there is more in the future, as you say it has opened up multitudes of options we can head in or be taken in."
He stated he'd like his brother Liam to play an alternate version of Thor if the movies ever explore the multiverse, eventually.
"My little brother almost got cast as Thor. He was one of the first people who got right down to the wire on getting the part so, I don't know, I could cross paths with him. That will be fun," Chris admitted.
Last month, during a show, Chris recalled not getting a call-back for the role after his initial audition. "I think my audition sucked. I think that was the response I got," he said.
Although Chris did not make it to the next round, Liam shortly after decided to pursue the gig--and impressively made it down to the "last five people" being considered.
"They were like, 'Look, he's great, but he's a bit young.' My manager then said, 'Well, he does have an older brother,' which was me," he explained, adding, "I came back in, re-auditioned a few times, and just had a different attitude.
Chris ultimately went on to join the MCU, with the first Thor movie premiering back in 2011. But Liam didn't exactly get the short end of the stick as he debuted in 'The Hunger Games' a year later in 2012.
The franchise has proven to have deep family ties for the Hemsworth brothers. Chris and Liam's older brother, Luke, has appeared in both 'Thor: Ragnarok' and 'Thor: Love and Thunder' in a cameo as an Asgardian actor playing Thor, as per E! News. (ANI)