Earlier today, Disney announced its big plans for its streaming service Disney+ and the TV shows MCU fans should be expecting from the studio. Now, it seems like Actor Chris Hemsworth is also game to appear in his own TV series playing as Thor but not entirely in the same manner as the other characters’ spin-off shows such as Loki, Vision and Wanda, The Winter Soldier and War Machine.
In an interview with MTV International, Hemsworth was asked if he would be interested in having a TV series of his own for team Thor. The actor seems excited by the possibility since he did get a chance to do something similar with a mokumentary in response to his exclusion from Captain America: Civil War.
“I’d love to do that,’ Hemsworth said. “I’d love to see Darryl more. I’d love to do a mockumentary TV show of us living together and rooming together and our day to day adventures outside of saving the world, just sort of the regular stuff. I thought that was a lot of fun to shoot and also I think it’d be cool to have a TV show like that yeah. Surfing, fishing, we got a pub, it’d be good fun. Tamed Asgard and get to explore that world.”
For those unaware, the short film was titled Team Thor: While You Were Fighting: A Thor Mockumentary. It introduced a new character called Daryl who turned out to be Thor’s new roommate on Earth. the hilarious short received massive support from fans and eventually lead to two more shorts titled Team Thor Part 2 and Team Darryl. One of the shorts also featured Grandmaster from Thor: Ragnarok.
It is currently unknown if Taika Waititi and Marvel Studios will team up once again for a sequel to Ragnarok. Moreover, the studio could also spin-off an entirely new series of shorts with characters such as Korg and Miek and they would be perfect for Disney+.
Source: MTV International
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