Young patients at a children's hospital in Brisbane were treated to a visit from Hollywood A-listers Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston this week. The Thor: Ragnarok actors had some fun with their characters, with Chris, 33, taking Thor's trademark hammer and 35-year-old Chris dressing up in his full Loki costume.
The visit took place at the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital and the stars entertained around 80 patients – one of whom was lucky enough to interview Chris and Tom for Juiced TV, a show made by the kids of the hospital.
Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston visited a children's hospital together
Koen Weir, an 11-year-old resident, asked: "What it is like getting to be a superhero or supervillain?"
Chris responded: "Well, it's very cool, especially when I face with this supervillain. He's very mischievous and gets lots of tricks up his sleeve so you've got to watch him. He's a bit shifty."
The stars went in costume from their movie Thor: Ragnarok
He then told Koen: "Do you need a hand? We've got your back if you do."
The former Home and Away actor later posted a photo from their visit to Instagram, and added the sweet caption: "Met the real superheroes of the world today. A huge shout out to all the brave kids who are an inspiration to all of us."
Chris visited again the next day
Their sweet drop-in comes just weeks after Tom's girlfriend Taylor Swift surprised the same youngsters. The Shake it Off singer visited in July to chat and take selfies with the children.
Posting on Facebook afterwards, the hospital wrote: "Thank you Taylor Swift for dropping by the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital to give our patients and families a surprise they'll never forget."