In a phenomenon I like to refer to as the Chris-ening of Hollywood, it appears that four men, who all bear the same name, have taken over the entertainment industry. And they seem to have a thing for the Marvel Cinematic Universe too: Chris Pine recently starred in Wonder Woman, Chris Hemsworth is better known as Thor, Chris Pratt is the star of Guardians of the Galaxy and Chris Evans plays Captain America.
Now, throughout this process, we've all wondered the same question - out of these four genetically blessed men - who could possibly be considered the most attractive? Fellow heartthrob and superhero, Ryan Reynolds, perhaps had the best answer to this conundrum. When someone asked him on Twitter, "Which Chris is hotter, Hemsworth, Pratt, or Evans?" he failed to pick one singular Chris.
The Deadpool star wrote, "When ordering ice cream, I like to get all three scoops."
I mean, why not all of them?
And he went one step further, too, adding in a follow-up tweet: "And of course, some Pine nuts generously sprinkled on top."
However, Thor actor, Chris Hemsworth, recently proved that it's all to do with winning the genetic lottery. The 34-year-old took to Instagram to share an adorable snap of his parents, and fans think that his mother looks super young.
The photo of Chris nestled among his parents, Leonie and Craig, in the stands of the Commonwealth Games garnered a whole host of comments - the majority of which praised the good looks of the family.
"Commonwealth games with Mum dad and @emerysurfboards#gc2018 yeoooooooow!!" the actor captioned the image.
One Instagram user wrote, "Wow! Thought your mum was a girl friend, looking so young!! Your father looking good too. Good spirit!" while another corroborated "Is that really your mom???? Omg STUNNING af".
A third individual referred to Mrs. Hemsworth as "foxy" when someone added "Mrs Hemsworth is foxy. Mr Hemsworth looks like a charmer in good shape. Good genes Thor."
If you can't get enough of the Hemsworth's, here's another adorable snap of (nearly) all of them together.
Chris is the middle of three Hemsworth brothers - all of whom are actors. There's the oldest, Luke, and the youngest is Liam.
The Thor actor recently opened up to W magazine about how he nabbed the Marvel role. Explaining that he normally gets typecast as the jock sort, the actor said "I remembered reading the breakdown for Thor and it said, 'Must be over 6'3" and 200 pounds,' and so on. I thought, 'Oh cool. This is the one thing that sort of fits me.'"
He then revealed that he blew his first audition, and that the producers of the series had the audacity to call up his younger brother, Liam. "Months went by and then my brother, my little brother, Liam, was in Australia and sent a tape across and he got a call back, then another call back and then was down to the last kind of four or five people for it," Chris continued.
It all worked out in the end, though, with a little help from mama Hemsworth:
"I remember sitting in Vancouver, shooting Cabin in the Woods with Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon. Both of them were looking at the trades at this sort of top five guys for Thor and saying, 'Why aren't you in the mix here? What happened?' I said, 'I don't know. I blew my audition I guess.' None of those guys got it. My manager then called up and said, 'You know, he's got an older brother. Can we bring him back in?' So I did an audition in Vancouver in this hotel room with my mum reading Anthony Hopkins' part. She must have nailed it because it got me back in the room and that second audition was a lot different than my first one.
"I came in kind of with a little, I guess, motivation and maybe frustration that my little brother had gotten further than me. It's a little family, sibling rivalry sort of kicked up in me. Then it moved pretty quick from there. It was cool," he concluded.
In related news, Jennifer Lawrence finally breaks her silence on Chris Pratt affair rumours.