Chris Hemsworth Covers Prestige Hong Kong October 2012

Posted Wednesday October 10, 2012 10:56 PM GMT

With production of "Thor: The Dark World" underway, Chris Hemsworth took time out of his busy schedule to pose for the October 2012 cover of Prestige Hong Kong magazine.

The 29-year-old actor looked handsome in a collection of designers including Prada, YSL, and Giorgio Armani for the Darren Tieste shot spread while talking about topics including fatherhood and his actor siblings.

Highlights from Mr. Hemsworth's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Prestige Hong Kong !

On working with "Game of Thrones" director Alan Taylor on "Thor: The Dark World":
"Awesome. Yeah, I love the way he adds an incredibly organic element to the fantastical world of Thrones, and I think that’s what Thor could benefit from. It’s grounded in reality, no matter how mythical or science-fiction-like it becomes. There’s a truth to it all. Certainly, working with him now, you can see he doesn’t want Thor or the Asgardians to seem like some distant race or god-like. He still wants them to be relatable."

On his actor brothers:
"[Laughs] No, we have a healthily competitive relationship in everything – as brothers do. Whereas with [acting], all three of us are so aware of the instability of it all and how much is up to chance. It’s far more of a supportive relationship [we have in acting] than backyard football, or surfing, or whatever else we do in our free time."

On balancing his career and fatherhood:
"It’s tough, certainly. When you’re all in one place, it’s like a normal job. The hours can be inconsistent, but at least when you come home at night, the family’s there. The toughest thing is the press tours and the travel, which fortunately is only a couple of times a year for a couple of weeks at a time. So the time I’m away from them can be minimal. What will become harder is if my wife and I are both working at the same time in different countries – that’s what we’re going to try not to do. But, sometimes there’s an opportunity that arises for both of you which you can’t say no to. At the moment we’re lucky; it’s early days for us anyway."

Photo Credit: Darren Tieste for Prestige Hong Kong