Chris Hemsworth is the God of Thunder, but his son channeled Hawkeye perfectly with a bow and arrow trick
Everyone loves a good superhero time, and it looks like Chris Hemsworth’s son is blasting his dad’s place up with his own super skills. However, he have your eye on a completely different superhero to imitate. Instead of wielding Thor’s trust hammer, Mjolnir, one of Hemsworth’s 7-year-old lookalikes, demonstrates serious Hawkeye-level skills with a bow and arrow trick.
Attention Jeremy Renner, one of Chris Hemsworth’s twins is coming for your job! Well, maybe in a decade or two. In Hemsworth’s most recent Instagram post, his son shoots an arrow at his head, knocking over a perfectly balanced water bottle in a pretty impressive shot. You can watch the video from the moment of father-son bonding below, with the Thor: Love and Thunder the legend of the star, dripping with humorous pride:
Apparently the awesome shot didn’t come without a bunch of other less impressive ones, with the Thor the star is probably being cradled on the back of the head with one arrow after another. Practice makes perfect, however, and it certainly looks like the kid is getting good enough to compete with that of the famous Avengers archer.
The irony that Chris Hemsworth is semi-synonymous with the God of Thunder at this point, having played him in the MCU for 10 years now, and his son showing talent that aligns with a completely different Marvel hero certainly hasn’t been lost on fans. The comments section of Hemsworth’s post is full of references to the bow-wielding character of Jeremy Renner.
There’s a ton of comments propping up the young archer, saying he’s the real Hawkeye, or even jokingly crediting the little clip as a deleted scene from the character’s miniseries. One commentator, however, goes so far as to say that the Australian actor should ask Clint Barton (Hawkeye’s real name) about his son’s parentage. While this is clearly a joke, given that he’s a fictional character, some fans are hilariously saying that the commentator is “wrong about this one.”
A lot of people get caught up in the comparisons, but there are a few fans who can’t forget Chris Hemsworth’s chuckle at the end of the clip. Hemsworth and his son are clearly delighted that the shot has hit its mark, but the laughter that comes out of the actor’s mouth is truly worthy of a TikTok sound.
Young people might have enough time to practice before they can become Marvel’s mini archer or even become their own MCU superhero. But fans won’t have to wait long to see a Hemsworth return to the screen for Marvel. Thor: Love and Thunder to have finished filming in australia and is ready to honor us with his presence, with an extremely impressive cast, July 8 of next year.
If you can’t wait that long, Jeremy Renner is Hawk Eye is currently on Disney +, and his last episode will drop on the streaming platform in a few days on December 22. And with the skills Chris Hemsworth’s son demonstrates, I wouldn’t be surprised if he tunes in to learn some tips.