Chris Hemsworth hints at a disappointing update for his fans regarding his role as Thor in the MCU. 

He is uncertain about reprising the Marvel superhero role but expresses interest in incorporating stunts from his upcoming film, Extraction 2, into an MCU movie. 

The last Thor film featured Christian Bale as the antagonist, Gorr the God Butcher, and received mixed reception from audiences. 

The return of Natalie Portman's Jane Foster as the female Thor may have contributed to doubts about the future of the franchise. 

In an interview with Total Film Magazine, Hemsworth discusses the challenging stunts he performed in Extraction 2 and suggests that he may not return as Thor in the MCU. 

Hemsworth's portrayal of Thor introduced the popular character Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, who now has his own web series. 

Hemsworth describes the physical demands of his role, stating that it is the hardest thing he has ever done. 

He expresses a desire to integrate the style of stunts from Extraction 2 into a future Marvel film if given the opportunity. 

The introduction of Hercules in the end credit scene of Thor: Love and Thunder teased a potential clash between the character and Thor, but Hemsworth's comment raises doubts about the possibility of a fifth Thor film. 

The uncertain future of Hemsworth's involvement in the MCU leaves fans curious about the direction of the Thor franchise.