10 Reasons Chris and Liam Hemsworth Are the Hottest Siblings In Hollywood
Good genes obviously run in the Hemsworth family if brothers Chris Hemsworth and Liam Hemsworth are any indication. They’re acting chops, god-like looks, and drool-worthy Aussie accents are just a few of the reasons fans have fallen for the brotherly duo. (And, yes, of course there’s a third brother, Luke, but Chris and Liam are the bros that fans are crushing hard on). Here are 10 reasons Chris and Liam Hemsworth are the hottest siblings in Hollywood.
10. Sibling Rivalry = Hot Competition
All three brothers are actors and they admit to there always being competition growing up in everything they did. Chris and Liam have both made it big in Hollywood and, although there are reports of sibling rivalry, Chris and Liam Hemsworth apparently use it to their advantage as much as possible. Liam has said that there is inevitably competition between them as they end up fighting for the same acting jobs (i.e. they were both in the running to play Thor in what has become one of Chris’s career-launching roles). “We are brothers and we are always competitive, but it is a good thing, it pushes us and we are always happy whenever someone books something.”
9. Attractive Aussie Accents
The Hemsworth brothers hail from Australia so they have the distinctive tone of fellas from the land down under. Unfortunately, they regularly have to adopt other accents for their roles (or fortunately when it’s something yummy like a Scottish brogue). Apparently learning to speak with an American accent hasn’t been easy for Liam, but he seems to be getting by. “It’s not easy. I did a film just before I came to America, in an American accent. So I’ve worked with an accent coach before, and I worked with an accent coach on ‘The Last Song’ as well. I do a lot of work with it.” But it’s not only American accents they have to tackle. Chris had to mimic a Scottish accent in Snow White and the Huntsman, where he said that he and co-star Kristen Stewart would sometimes accidentally switch accents.