Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Chris Hemsworth is one of those rare actors who can do it all. The Australian star clearly excels in action films, considering he's the mighty Thor of the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But he can also handle fantasy, comedy, drama, and even horror. This kind of versatility means that Hemsworth is regularly on set, and all those long hours can make even the biggest movie stars a little loopy. Well, the results have been caught on film. Here are some of the best Chris Hemsworth bloopers. Juggling act Mjolnir, Thor's mighty hammer, is unmovable by pretty much everyone except the God of Thunder himself. It's probably the most famous object in Norse mythology, and certainly the most famous tool in comics, aside of Captain America's shield or Batman's utility belt. Of course, the hammer Hemsworth carries around in all the Marvel films is just a lightweight prop. And apparently, he can toss it around and juggle it quite easily. Okay, maybe not easily. Joke-busters Before the cameras roll, actors carefully memorize their lines. Preparation is important for a good performance, of course. But familiarization with the material is critical in comedies — if actors don't know what's coming, they're liable to laugh and ruin takes. Now imagine how tricky it gets once everyone is improvising on the spot. Take the 2016 Ghostbusters, for example, when Hemsworth had to describe why he likes hot dogs: "It contains all two food groups…" "Dogs and buns… (laughs) sorry." Director Paul Feig encourages actors to try out ideas that pop into their heads during filming, and even throws out suggestions himself. But sometimes, when a joke is brand new, it's hard to deliver it with a straight face. "I slept through a fire once." "Didn't even smell it." "It was in your house?" "Yeah." "The whole house burned down around me." "Yeah, f---!" And once a bad case of the giggles has set in, there may be no coming back from it. "The fire was in your house?" "Yeah." "And the whole house went down." "F---, it upsets me now! (laughs)" Just say it Certain scenes in《Thor: The Dark World》between Hemsworth and Natalie Portman's character, Jane Foster, are tender and emotionally powerful. Well...they were supposed to be. "But I do know this…" "Know what?" "I know that…" "That what?" Come on, Thor, just tell her how you feel. "Jane, I don't know what happened or where you were…" Huntsman holdups Hemsworth plays the the title role in the Huntsman films, the action-packed adaptations of the Snow White folktale, collected and popularized by the Brothers Grimm in 19th century Germany. The films actually take place long before that — they have a strong Medieval, fairytale vibe. At any rate, it's long before the dawn of mechanical flight. Which means Hemsworth had to put the acting on pause whenever filming was interrupted by scene-stealing airplanes. But planes weren't the only things that held up production. Unfortunately, there was one on-set diva who wanted nothing to do with poor Hemsworth. And then there were those moments where he had no one to blame but himself. "Hang on… the worst-paced acting ever." Do a little dance What if you witnessed one of the strongest and most unbreakable objects on the planet crack in half and reveal itself for what it truly is — some flimsy little objects glued together? Let's just say, a little dancing solves most problems. Cape gone wild The three most defining characteristics of Thor are the powerful hammer in his hand, that long blond hair, and his red cape that ripples in the wind behind him. Well, two out of three ain't bad. Because on the set of this standalone Thor film, Hemsworth's most temperamental co-star was…that cape. In addition to the cape issues on the Dark World set, it apparently wasn't clear to some people whether certain scenes had finished filming or not... "I believe you were and you weren't." "What the hell's this?" "We're still going!" Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Plus check out all this cool stuff we know you'll love, too!