Los Angeles: Actor Chris Hemsworth, who has done a comic role in his upcoming film 'Vatican', says he wants to do more comedy films in future.
Chris Hemsworth. Pic/Santa Banta
The 31-year-old 'Thor' initially found his character in 'Vatican' challenging but later realised it was more fun than his roles in hard-hitting roles, he said in an interview to GQ magazine.
"I haven't been that nervous in a long time. But very quickly I realised, this is fun. There was no ego. Every day we'd be on set, laughing. I'm like, 'Are you kidding me? Why wouldn't I do more of this?'," Hemsworth said.
The 'Thor' star also revealed he is hoping to star in romantic movies in future because he does not want to be a typecast as a violent character.
"I need to do a romance, something where I'm not swinging a weapon and beating someone up," he said. Hemsworth will be seen next in action-thriller movie 'Blackhat', which will release on January 16 next year.
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