Chris Hemsworth praises female co-stars
Chris Hemsworth says there was "a lot less testosterone" on the set of 'The Huntsman: Winter's War'.
The 32-year-old actor reprises his role as Eric the Huntsman in the upcoming adventure film and admits it is a lot less male-orientated than the 2012 offering because of the "talented and intimidating" female stars Jessica Chastain, Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt.
Speaking on BBC's The Graham Norton Show, he shared: "It was great - there was a lot less testosterone! It was a different chemistry but a lot of fun with three incredibly talented and intimidating women - I loved it."
Meanwhile, Chris' co-star Emily previously revealed how her and Charlize's characters - Queen Ravenna and Freya the Ice Queen respectively - would be creating "double the trouble" for Chris in the movie.
She shared: "Like any sisterly relationship, it's a complicated one. I think it's quite accurate, in a way to reality. Take away the crazy gowns were wearing and you've got fundamentally a relationship that is fairly conflicted and riddled with everything from love to heartbreak.
"They have a very strong sisterly bond but a corrupted ... They are double the trouble for Chris Hemsworth."