Chris Hemsworth does round of pull-ups to show why he should be in 'Captain America: Civil War'
In a video posted to Disney's Facebook, Hemsworth flaunts his bulging biceps as he lets it be known how displeased he is that his character is not in the upcoming Marvel movie. The 32-year-old star refers to the film as an "Avengers: Lite" and also points out that The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) was also left out of the action flick.
Hemsworth tells Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. -- who play Captain America and Iron Man, respectively in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- to give him a call when they're ready for the "big boys" to step in.
Captain America: Civil War hits theaters on May 6.
The cast of the Captain America sequel didn't seem to miss Hemsworth too much. Evans and Anthony Mackie shared with ET all the shenanigans that went down while on set. Check it out:
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