Chris Hemsworth has new movie, ‘Extraction’, in which he has returned to match with the brothers Russo but that is far from the tapes of Marvel. The actor has been offered an interview to The Sunday Telegraph, in its edition australian to talk about it and also about the decision that he took, several years ago, leaving permanent residence in Los Angeles and move with his wife, Elsa Pataky, and their children, to his native Australia. Now has deepened in this decision.
“In Australia, there is not a single person I relationships, and no close friend, who belongs to the film industry, and that is something very refreshing for my whole family. When you’re in Los Angeles the work you can get to suffocate. There all of the conversations that you hold or even the posters that you see on the street have to do with the cinema and its industry. When you live surrounded by that, you can lose perspective.”
During his career as an actor, Hemsworth has already made a break of months to be able to go home and be with his family. “I want to stay with my children, who are at an age very important. They are still small but every time we give most account that I spend a lot of time away from home. And I don’t want to”.
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