However, surprisingly, actor Matt Damon showed up to distort the peaceful environment. "I am not the story here", Damon said.
During the interview, Hemsworth introduced some of his guests backstage, including co-star Mark Ruffalo and Thor director Taika Waititi.
The subject turned to Damon's tendency to show up to places uninvited, and Hemsworth joked that he's friends with Damon only out of pity. Both Hemsworth and Damon were seen hours later on the red carpet for "Thor: Ragnorak".
Damon proceeded to hijack the giant screen that backdrops the stage, imposing his face over the skyline that normally serves as the background. So, anyway, note to DJTJ, next time you're defending your father and you think it's a good idea to draw a comparison between him and a freshly-accused sexual predator?
Rapper Princess Nokia throws hot soup on man after racist subway outburst
While the soup-thrower was initially anonymous, NYC emcee Princess Nokia eventually came forward and claimed responsibility. The Harlem rapper proudly took credit for taking down a foul-mouthed subway bigot with a swift slap and bowl of soup.
When Kimmel asked whether he went on vacations with Damon, Hemsworth emphasized that it wasn't his choice. The bit unexpectedly caught on, and he ended up signing off many more broadcasts the same way.
President Trump lashed out at late-night comedians and the media on Twitter Saturday morning, suggesting that Republicans aren't given "equal time" to Democrats on television. "I would never, ever, ever try to kill a story like that", he told Deadline.
Following the exposé that outed Harvey Weinstein's history of sexually assaulting and harassing countless women in the filmmaking industry, details on how the prolific movie producer was able to keep his misconduct under wraps made their way to the public. "A lot of actors have come out and said, everybody's saying we all knew".