While appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Natalie Portman ingeniously critiques bumping into Chris Hemsworth at the school pickup.
Amalia, 5, and Aleph, 11, the entertainer’s daughters, briefly attended the same Australian school as Hemsworth’s kids while they were filming “Thor: Love and Thunder” together.
Portman felt terrible for Hemsworth, who tried to hide one day during the school pickup.
The entertainer kidded that since she’s little she can “cover with the [other] mothers” in any case, when Hemsworth comes in, “he resembles a Greek God strolling through.”
Albeit the entertainer, who stars as Thor, is “truly popular” around the world, Portman made sense that Hemsworth is particularly notable in Australia, his nation of origin.
“You see him sort of by the tree-like stowing away,” Portman said. “It seemed like some peculiar sitcom of like the superheroes at school pickup.”
Somewhere else during the meeting with visitor have Sean Hayes, the entertainer shared how her girls are “truly energized” and “excited” about her featuring job as Jane Foster in “Thor: Love and Thunder”, which hits theaters July 8.