So even the God of Thunder, Thor, can also have his days of giving-up, well almost! Appearing on the front cover of the new issue of Men’s Health, the Aussie hunk, Chris Hemsworth reflects on his days of struggling as a novice stating that he almost gave up. Talking to the health magazine about his early Hollywood days and of course, his rituals of maintaining the impossible-shredded body, he said, ‘’ “I was about to quit. I always wanted to act, and one of the first things I wanted to do when I got any money was pay my parents’ house off.”
“I’d asked Dad once when he thought he’d pay it off and he said, ‘Honestly, probably never.’ I wanted to change that,” he continued. “So I was super active with auditions. And then my mentality changed, which came from being at a point where I was like, ‘I’m going to go back to Australia.’ I had one more audition where I was like, 'Do this for his house. Think about reasons other than yourself.' That was for ‘The Cabin in the Woods,’ and I got that job, and from there I got ‘Red Dawn.’ And then I got ‘Thor’’ he added.
Thanks, Thor, for not only for saving Asgard but also for giving Chris Hemsworth, the God of Thunder, whom we have come to associate with and love. Speaking further the men’s health magazine, he said, "I've stopped trying to go, 'Who do I have to be? What personality do I have to shape in order to succeed?' And just going, 'Truly be yourself.' And that's when things started to change; that's when I felt happier. The real work is, who am I?"