Chris Hemsworth reveals why he named his daughter India

Chris Hemsworth reveals the reason why he named her daughter India

"My wife (Elsa Pataky) spent lots of her time in the attractive country India and that was the place the name initially came from", Chris said.

Hemsworth was in India in 2018, shooting the upcoming Netflix thriller Dhaka in Ahmedabad and Mumbai.

"I pitched some ideas like 'People in Black, ' but that would be 'PiB, ' which sounds like a sandwich", Thompson said.

Apart from daughter India Rose, Hemsworth shares twin sons Sasha and Tristan with Pataky. "It was sort of intimidating as it was exciting because there were so many people".

"After every take (when the director) called "cut", there was loud cheer. I have huge appreciation to that". We felt like a rock star in an arena.

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Speaking with reporters at the NY premiere of the latest film, Tessa Thompson said the franchise's masculine title will suffice for now, but it may get an update in the future to something more inclusive.

Joined by co-star Chris Hemsworth on a black carpet, Thompson shrugged off the gender issue at the world premiere of "Men in Black: International" on Tuesday in NY. This number is way below other Men in Black movie openings, but the film could still be a domestic box office hit.

Considering how the press screening for this is one day before its release, and the review embargo only lifted today, you can probably guess how 'Men In Black International' was going to go down. The film's previously starred Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.

Men In Black International opens June 14, 2019 directed by F. Gary Gray also starring Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Laurent Bourgeois, and Larry Bourgeois.

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