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Taking in some of the sights while there for business, Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky enjoyed some time with their daughter India in La Gomera, Spain on Monday (November 18).
Glowing while pregnant with her second little one, the proud mama watched on as her doting hubby took pictures of their adorable little girl.
Looks like Chris Hemsworth never stops working, and on Wednesday (November 20) we get it on the set of her new movie "In the Heart of the Sea".
The heartthrob "Thor" was characterized as his character in the location of La Gomera, Spain and even the time to talk with some fans between scenes occurred.
He’s dominating the box office thanks to his successful sequel “Thor: The Dark World,” and now Chris Hemsworth's life is about to get even more rewarding.
According to Us Weekly, “The Avengers” hottie is expecting his second child with wife Elsa Pataky.
Living up to the massive hype, "Thor: The Dark World" grossed a strong $7.1 million on its opening night (November 7) in North America.
The action-packed Marvel superhero film already earned more than $150 million overseas and now North America gets to witness the film along with other countries including China.
Continuing promotions for "Thor: The Dark World," Chris Hemsworth stopped by "Good Morning America" this morning (November 5).
The Aussie hunk greeted his New York City fans before chatting with Josh Elliot about his film, which hits theaters Friday (November 8).
Four days ahead of it's big theatrical release, stars of all kinds gathered to check out the west coast premiere of "Thor: The Dark World" on Monday (November 4).
As fans in the U.S. anxiously await its opening, "Thor: The Dark World" is already dominating the box office in Hong Kong.
The superhero sequel opened on Thursday (October 31) and took in a grand total of $360,000 (HK $2.8 million) within its opening day.