Chris Hemsworth finds it hard to hide his Australian accent.
The 32-year-old actor works hard with a dialect coach to keep his native twang hidden for many of his movie roles but admits it isn’t that easy when he is slipping in and out of character so often.
He said: “It’s hard when you’re having banter on set and then bang, it’s back into action.
“But I had a dialect coach who worked with me and Emily (Blunt, ‘Hunstman: WInter’s War co-star) says my accents are good – especially my Australian one.”
Chris enjoyed working with Emily, Charlize Theron, Jessica Chastain and Alexandra Roach on ‘Huntsman: Winter’s War’ and says the actresses became like “sisters” to him – though they all “kicked his a*s”.
He said: “There are so many girls in this, they all kick my ass.
“Off-screen they beat me up – it was like having a bunch of sisters.
“They are a force to be reckoned with, but it was pretty fun to work with them.
“I had a very physical role but hats off to Jessica because she did a lot of the fighting in heels and kicked my a*s – and she looked better than me in heels too.”
The sequel sees Chris’ Huntsman face Charlize’s wicked queen again and he adores working with the “powerful” actress – though her foul mouth always shocks him.
He told Closer magazine: “Before they met her, both Emily and Jessica were like, ‘What’s she like, is she tough?’
“But she is just fantastic. She’s really powerful, on and off set, and a lot of fun. Although she swears like no one I’ve ever met before.”