Hemsworth was in India in 2018, shooting the upcoming Netflix thriller Dhaka in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. In a recent interaction with IANS, Hemsworth opened up about the real reason behind naming his daughter after our country.
"I pitched some ideas like 'People in Black, ' but that would be 'PiB, ' which sounds like a sandwich", Thompson said. Shooting there... There were thousands of individuals in the city consistently and I have never experienced that on set. "It was sort of intimidating as it was exciting because there were so many people".
Chris and Elsa also have two twin sons-Sasha and Tristan. We felt like rock stars in a stadium.
We'll have our own review live on site this weekend, but until now, let's all remind ourselves how good the original was with this little clip. People were so positive.
She added, "Maybe if we make more maybe that will change, and certainly I think if Agent M sticks around the organization long enough she will probably push some buttons to make it change and, frankly, that's the only way that things change".
What about working in Indian movies? Unfortunately, it does not look like "Men in Black: International" will break that trend, given that it now holds a 30% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics roundly trashing the film as unfunny, unexciting, and ultimately pointless.
"She said something great, like 'I've had the conversation, it takes time.' I think what she's speaking to is the fact that sometimes change happens quicker than we have language to describe it", Thompson said. Sony Pictures Entertainment India will release the film in India on June 14 in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu.