Chris Hemsworth Shares Men in Black Set Photos as He Wraps on Filming

Hello, goodbye. It seems like we were just getting our first look at Chris Hemsworth on the set of Men in Black, and now it’s already come to an end. That’s probably because he shared that first photo just under a month ago. Today, the actor dished out a whole set of snapshots with a message about his last day on set.

“…cheers for the fun times, big laughs and solid memories. Can’t wait to show what we’ve put together. see you all soon,” Hemsworth wrote on the post.

The Thor actor and his fellow MCU colleague, Tessa Thompson, are setting some serious squad goals. The pair look like they had a blast hanging out together on set. The two struck a casual pose with director F. Gary Gary. Looks like the vibe was laid back, but they certainly got a lot of work done in a short time. Hemsworth and Thompson also snapped a candid, then they both suited up in the classic black suits and large lens sunglasses. That looks like the Men in Black we know. Lastly, Hemsworth hung with the crew seaside and soaked up some rays. Doesn’t look like a bad life at all.

Hemsworth looks relaxed in all of the pics, but he had a packed schedule. The star captioned the photos with a recap of all the filming locations. The shoot took the cast and crew to London, Morocco, Italy and NYC. Apparently, aliens can invade anywhere on Earth, and the Men in Black will be there when they do.

Hemsworth’s resume is perfectly suited to fighting extraterrestrial bad guys. He knows a thing or two about aliens as he’s battled his fair share in the MCU. He’s also worked alongside them like most of the Guardians of the Galaxy. On another front, he also has experience with cleaning up after paranormal entities as the assistant Kevin in Ghostbusters: Answer the Call.

The upcoming Men in Black sequel opens June 14.

Featured Image: Thor: Ragnarok: L to R: Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth). Photo: Jasin Boland ©Marvel Studios 2017


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