Australian actor Chris Hemsworth has become one of the most sought after stars on the planet, working with some of the biggest and best names that Hollywood has to offer. Chris reprises his role in the new movie sequel The Huntsman: Winter's War, which sees the actor sharing the big screen with a number of beautiful and talented women of the industry.
With the amount of discussions about sexism in Hollywood these days, this movie comes at quite an important time, with the women playing big and important roles in The Huntsman: Winter's War. Chris has now spoken about working with these actresses, admitting that he loved every second of it.
Hemsworth explained, "I had brothers growing up, but this was a whole different world for me. They all had a great sense of humour. I copped it a fair bit! The balance has been tipped for a long time in the men's direction."
He added, "There are often seven or eight male superheroes compared to just one woman in a film. But this is the opposite. And it's exciting to be part of something like that. I don't think we've seen it to this level before. It's such a funny conversation to even be having because of course it should be that way! Women should be equal and have the same opportunities. I am a feminist for sure."
The Huntsman: Winter's War sees Chris Hemsworth sharing the big screen with Jessica Chastain, Charlize Theron, and Emily Blunt, with the movie due to open on April 22 in the US.