In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Australian actor Chris Hemsworth played Thor, gaining worldwide fame. He's one of the world's highest-paid actors and has kept fans' attention.
Chris Hemsworth, 39, played George Kirk in Star Trek (2009) with Chris Pine. The J.J. Abrams-directed film grossed $385.7 million.
The former's character was not seen in the film's sequels, however reports surfaced about his comeback to Star Trek 4, under development since 2016.
In 2019, Variety reported that the former left the project. Chris Hemsworth felt disconnected from the screenplay. “I didn’t think we found a reason to revisit that.”
Chris Hemsworth is Delaying Future Projects Despite declining Star Trek 4, the actor has discussed taking a break from performing owing to his medical condition.
He discovered he has a high risk of Alzheimer's while filming Limitless. According to sources, he possesses two copies of the gene ApoE4, which is rare—only 2–3% of people have two copies.
He discovered that he inherited two copies of the gene from each father, making him more susceptible to Alzheimer's.
The revelation has "really triggered something in me to want to take some time off," so he won't act again. He would prioritize preventive care and family time.