Avengers: Endgame mapped a different version of the MCU, and a lot of characters confronted significant changes and death. Chris Hemsworth'sThor made it out of the film alive; however, he was radically changed during the five-year time hop. The God of Thunder was in a profound depression in the wake of executing Thanos, having put on a considerable amount of weight because of his reliance on liquor.
Hemsworth needed to wear a prosthetic suit so as to breathe life into Bro Thor, and the 35-year-old actor as of late reported it gave him a superior comprehension of his wife, Elsa Pataky's condition during pregnancy.
Hemsworth claims he knows what it’s like to be pregnant much to the courtesy of playing ‘Fat Thor.’ The Australian star surprised Marvel fans in Endgame by introducing them to ‘Fat Thor,’ or as he’s authentically termed, Bro Thor.
The chubbier avatar of Hemsworth’s Asgardian saw the actor wearing a bodysuit that weighed a hefty 40kg. Talking to the Australian Daily Telegraph, the 35-year-old said: “A very strange day at work, yeah. It weighed around 40kg so it was very heavy.”
Hemsworth said it was a silicon sort of prosthetic suit with a zip at the back, and that at any moment people would come up and rub his stomach. He also mentioned of the feeling his wife must have had during her pregnancy.
Hemsworth described he had weights in his wrist and his ankles to make him move differently, yet he enjoyed the change and liberty to do whatever he wanted with the character. He said playing Thor again and again locked him into certain expectations and that kind of broke the mold completely and ultimately allowed him to swing for the fences.