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  • Anya, I must just quickly mention, you've finished filming Mad Max Furiosa, is that what it's called? Yes. In Australia.

  • And you put this clip online.

  • So, basically, here's what you're going to watch.

  • So, I believe I'm right. Anya, you were in that car, right?

  • Yes. OK.

  • Anya's challenge is to drive down here, do a handbrake turn, and end up with the back of the car in between these two poles.

  • It's called a juicy lift one, I think. Wow.

  • OK, let's see how Anya gets on.

  • Here we go, here we go.

  • OK, doing very well so far. Thank you.

  • Excellent.

  • Here we go, here we go. Has she done it yet?

  • Yes, she did!

  • CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

  • That's impressive, isn't it?

  • But what's really, like, crazy and slightly obsessing about that is that that's my first time in a car.

  • Really? So, I don't have a licence. That's so good.

  • I can't parallel park, I can't go on the highway,

  • I still don't have one, but I can do that.

  • That's all you need to do, you don't need to know anything else.

  • At some point, that will come in handy, I'm assuming.

  • Yeah, for a very tight parking spot in a supermarket or something.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Imagine how hard it is to do a three-point turn when you drive.

  • Sometimes I've been driving like...

  • HE PANTS

  • HE PANTS

  • HE PANTS

  • The way that they've trained me how to drive now is as if I'm, like, in a high-intensity chase at all times.

  • I'm kind of nervous to get my licence now.

  • I'm, like, concerned about society.

  • I think your instructor will be quite nervous as well.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • It is fun, though, and I'm...

  • Would you like to pull into this space, Mr Diderot-Joy?

  • HE GIGGLES

  • Why were you in prison, Chris Hemsworth?

  • LAUGHTER

  • Research. I'm sure that's the question that you start the show for.

  • LAUGHTER

  • No, it was research. I did a movie about a guy.

  • It was research.

  • I'm in for research.

  • I'm... I'm research. I'm research.

  • I'm research, probably.

  • Do you have a story to tell?

  • No, you guys. I'm still taken...

  • I'm trying to listen to Kevin.

  • LAUGHTER

  • And a couple of stories back, it was the story about...

  • I don't even know what the story was.

  • LAUGHTER

  • You were saying... You kept saying Beals.

  • Beals.

  • What is that? Beals?

  • Beals?

  • Beers. Beals.

  • Beers?! Beers.

  • LAUGHTER

  • Beers. Beers.

  • All right, so that was about beers?

  • OK. That's a Beal.

  • LAUGHTER

  • And then just now, when you were talking about playing a prison...

  • Yes. ..you said, and this gay... I can't imitate it.

  • No, go for it. It's sad. No, I can't.

  • It's like, I'm going to try, but it's going to be embarrassing.

  • You can go for it, Chris, and you can try your Celtic accent.

  • LAUGHTER

  • He can be the intermediate or...

  • And this gay...

  • This gay stands up, and I'm thinking, well, he must say a gay person stood up.

  • Oh, no, no. Wasn't that great?

  • No, it's a guy. I finally got that it was a guy.

  • A guy. Yeah.

  • One vowel away.

  • LAUGHTER

  • It was prison. Maybe he was prison gay.

  • LAUGHTER

  • You had actually quite a good gig in the prison.

  • I had quite a good show, cos I used to have a routine about...

  • HE CHUCKLES

  • You're looking at me the way the dog looks at you.

  • LAUGHTER

  • Is he saying, out?

  • Is he saying, treat?

  • LAUGHTER

  • I done this joke about how, like, attempted murder, you get a lesser sentence than you get for murder, but you still tried it.

  • LAUGHTER

  • Just because you weren't very good at it.

  • LAUGHTER

  • In my opinion, you should get double the sentence for making an arse of it, right?

  • LAUGHTER

  • And there's these murderers pointing over at attempted murderers, going, ah, that's you, mate, that's you, mate.

  • LAUGHTER

  • It's a strange joke.

  • So, what did I just say there, Chris, if you just want to...

  • LAUGHTER

  • Murders. Potato white men.

  • Murders. Did you get that?

  • Murders. No, I didn't get that.

  • LAUGHTER

  • You said murderers, and it was like, murders, murderers.

  • Murders. Murder, murder, murder.

  • D-U-R. D-U-R.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Why were you in prison, Chris?

  • LAUGHTER

  • Murders.

  • Murders.

  • Well, I got a prison sentence.

  • So, no, I was researching a film, and we had to go in and basically see what the inside of a prison looked like and speak with prisoners who were willing to talk to us.

  • And I walked in, and I remember thinking...

  • And I had a ponytail, long blonde hair, and I had a hat on.

  • And the warden...

  • LAUGHTER

  • I think Lily knows where this is going.

  • LAUGHTER

  • So I spent the night.

  • And the warden said, you can't wear your hat and so on, and I said, OK, no worries, and I thought, oh, shit, they're going to know who I am.

  • Then I thought, oh, no, they don't get Thor in here, they watch movies, and I don't know, I've never been to prison.

  • So I assume that.

  • And the moment I started walking through the cells, and it's like H block of this thing, and it's all just kind of, you know, cell upon cell and so on, and I just start getting heckled.

  • And it's like, yo, yo, Thor's here, man.

  • Yo, Thor, yo, Thor's here, Thor!

  • LAUGHTER

  • Where's your hammer, man?

  • And I'm trying to, like, blend in and, you know, research.

  • And just getting heckled left and right about, you know, come spend some time in my cell, baby!

  • LAUGHTER

  • I've got my long hair.

  • You'll do.

  • LAUGHTER

  • Anyway, so that was...

  • It wasn't a whole lot of research, more just kind of...

  • You survived.

  • Do you know how hard it is to be that mean to Harry Mellon?

  • He is, like, the sweetest individual in the world.

  • Because, yes, he played Harry, his name's Harry Mellon, and you, I mean, that was exciting for you, to do a scene with Harry Mellon.

  • It's not bad. Yeah.

  • Yeah. Harry Mellon was her Rihanna.

  • LAUGHTER

  • Tell us why he meant so much to you.

  • Well, I learnt to speak English reading the Harry Potter books, so as lame as it sounds, those characters really were my first friends.

  • So still a big fan of the Harry Potter franchise, love the movies.

  • Oh, my God, look at him! He played Dudley Dursley.

  • I mean, he's not an obvious one.

  • Presumably people don't come up to him all the time.

  • He's still part of the universe!

  • LAUGHTER

  • So what language were you speaking when you learnt to speak English through Harry Potter?

  • Spanish. Oh, OK.

  • Yeah, I'm Argentine. So when did you come to London?

  • When I was six, but I only learnt English when I was eight, because I was convinced that if I didn't speak the language, my parents would have to take me home, and that failed miserably.

  • So, yeah, I had to learn.

  • You've posted pictures online, and it makes me think, was bringing your children back there that wise?

  • Like, you pit-posed this... Like, that's your house!

  • LAUGHTER

  • Yeah, that is... Yeah, one of the bedrooms, yeah.

  • Is it one of the children's bedrooms?

  • LAUGHTER

  • Occasionally, yeah. Not since that snake lives there.

  • And then you pit-posed this one as well, like, is that in your house?

  • It is, yeah.

  • They're better than paparazzi, though, those animals.

  • OK. There's a lot more paparazzi in our life.

  • I would take paparazzi over the spider and the snake.

  • Yeah. You know, that snake, what you don't see...

  • We'd had a couple of drinks that night when we discovered that snake in the bedroom, and...

  • LAUGHTER

  • I love Australians. I love Australians.

  • We had a few drinks when we found the snake in the bedroom.

  • It was a Friday or Saturday night, and we're all standing there going, what is it?

  • And someone's like, it's a brown snake, it can kill you, you know, very quickly.