Thor’s Still Annoyed he Missed out on the Fight in Captain America: Civil War

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has become an unlikely fount of comedy, threatening to take Tony Stark's title of funniest Avenger. Ever since he was left out of Captain America: Civil War (he and the Hulk were off on their own adventures), Marvel has been having fun with Thor's reaction to the slight. There were those very funny videos of what it would be like to live with Thor (spoiler alert—extremely annoying) while the rest of his buddies were battling it out, a great post-credits scene in Doctor Strange where Thor pops up at the good Doctor's house and enjoys a beer, and now this—Thor still fuming about missing out on the action in Civil War, and taking it out on some toys.

Chris Hemsworth slapped this new video on Instagram that we're pretty sure is from the Atlanta set of Avengers: Infinity War. Now we're pretty positive Thor plays a big role in the film, this video shows he's still smarting over being left out of the recent adventures and is stomping around the set looking for a fight. A quick glance at all the toys Thor/Hemsworth roughs up in the video shows everyone from Civil War and Star-lord. While we'll have to wait until May 2018 to see how big of a role Thor plays in Infinity War, we will be seeing plenty of him in Thor: Ragnarok this November 3.

Featured image: Chris Hemsworth as Thor on the set of Thor: Ragnarok. Courtesy Marvel/Disney.


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