Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston visit Children in Brisbane Hospital
It is both remarkable and inspiring at how much good a single person can spread amongst others. Earlier today, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, who portray on-screen brothers in Marvel’s Thor, spent their day visiting patients at the children’s hospital in Brisbane.
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The actors took a break from shooting Thor: Ragnarok and visited the hospital, donning their character’s wigs. The actors visited more than eighty children and Chris even brought along Mjolnir for the visit. Parents and older siblings of the children who were visited by the heroes took to Twitter to thank the actors for making their family’s day and shared some photos of the legendary encounter.
Both Marvel and DC actors have been notorious for bringing smiles to the faces of children all around the world. Just last year, Robert Downey Jr. took time to visit kids in the hospital donning his famed ‘Tony Stark’ attire, and Christian Bale (Batman: The Dark Knight) visited the victims of the Aurora shooting back in 2012.
It is truly inspiring how much these amazing actors love to bring joy to the lives of all of their fans, right down to the smallest one!
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Thor: Ragnarok is set to hit theaters on November 3rd 2017.