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Chris Hemsworth Is Taking A Break From Acting

Chris Hemsworth recently revealed that he is at a high risk of developing 'Alzheimer's.'

Chris Hemsworth recently upset his fans! The Spiderhead actor revealed he is looking to take a break from the big screens to spend more time with his wife Elsa Pataky and their children, 10-year-old India and 8-year-old twins Tristan and Sasha. While sharing what led to this change of priority, Chris revealed that he had an eye-opening moment while working on his National Geographic docuseries Limitless.

In the latest interview with Vanity Fair, the actor revealed, “Doing an episode on death and facing your own mortality made me go, ‘Oh God, I’m not ready to go yet.” Hemsworth added, “And then you start talking about kids and family and going, ‘Oh my God, they’re getting older, they’re growing up and I keep slapping another movie on top of another movie.’ Before you know it, they’re 18 and they’ve moved out of the house, and I missed the window.”

Chris shared that this realization “really triggered something in me to want to take some time off.” However, you must wonder when he will start his break. Hemsworth also has an answer for this! Chris explained that he has been completing his contractual obligations prior to finishing Limitless, but this month will mark a new reality.

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The actor explained, “When I finish this tour this week, I’m going home and I’m going to have a good chunk of time off. And just simplify, be with the kids, be with my wife.” However, Limitless didn’t just grant Chris a renewed outlook. It also granted him some important information on his health. As seen in the series, Chris went through a variety of genetic tests, which led him to learn that he has an increased risk for Alzheimer’s Disease, per the outlet.

Chris recalled what it was like to learn about this result, one where he is “eight to 10 times more likely” to develop Alzheimer’s in the future. “I didn’t really know what to think,” he said. “I was like, ‘Am I supposed to be worried? Is this concerning?'” He eventually learned that the gene isn’t “pre-deterministic” but rather a “strong indication” for him. Ultimately, the news made the docuseries all the more impactful for him.

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