Chris Hemsworth thanks fans following Avengers: Infinity War's China release

Elias Hubbard
May 17, 2018

But not only did he thank fans, he hinted that he might return as Thor after the events of Avengers 4. Every time he does a post, he's in the gym.

Over in his Instagram account, the Thor actor just posted a video thanking fans for giving Avengers: Infinity War an unbelievable opening weekend in China. The film continues to smash records, left, right, and center. All you legends who went out and saw the film, thank you so much!

He added: "Thank you so much, everyone who continues to support those characters and the Marvel universe, you are the best, we can not thank you enough and we going to keep trying to crank them out for you".

As he concluded he added this tidbit, "We are going to keep cranking them out for you, if you let us".

Marvel Studios might be keeping their post-Avengers 4 plans a secret but Black Panther producer Nate Moore is excited for the next chapter, sharing a few details of his current top-secret knowledge. And I've said it before and I'll say it again, it's all thanks to you guys.

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In an interview in January, Hemsworth reported his contract was over following Avengers 4.

It will give Cineworld access to the United States market, which has the largest box office market in the world, worth more than 10 billion dollars (£7.5 billion) a year.

When you combine Thor's recently expanded role, rejuvenated portrayal, fans wanting more, and the fact that Ragnarok director Taika Waititi has said he'd be happy to come back to the MCU specifically for more Thor looks like we're going to see the God of Thunder do his thing for a whole lot longer. "I think it was probably a bigger shock honestly for Ryan Coogler, but here's the good news, I think we were able to deliver a film that stands on its own and that carves out a very special place in the Marvel universe". We really want to complete that storytelling before we start talking about what's next.

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