Chris Hemsworth delivered a dramatic reading of the singer’s latest #1 hit when he stopped by BBC Radio 1 this week. Filmed in black-and-white and with his deep voice booming through the microphone, the Thor star solemnly read out the lyrics – which features a healthy dosage of Barbadian patois – and only breaking out into a movie star-worthy smile a few times.
“It’s like I was at the Globe watching Shakespeare,” host Nick Grimshaw giggled after Hemsworth finished his monologue.
“Yeah it brought up a whole lot of feelings and emotions and past experiences,” the actor joked. “It makes you just want to get to work, doesn’t it?”
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Speaking of work (work, work, work, work, work) – Hemsworth is currently in the middle of a press push for his latest film, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, which hits theaters on April 22. Earlier in the week, Hemsworth got silly with costar Jessica Chastain as they sat next to each other in the first-class cabin of a plane and he tried to pull up their seat partition.