Liam Hemsworth feels that talking to the press is like riding on a rollercoaster. He says that he feels ill at ease when he is doing promotions for a film with press tours and such. Read on for more details.
Liam Hemsworth is all grown up now, but he remembers his first brush with fame during the “Hunger Games” era. He was only a teenager then and remembers sharing the spotlight with Jennifer Lawrence. He remembers the innocence of the time, and the exuberance of youth, which was all so charming and vivacious. He says that these days he can only have meaningful conversations with his older brothers Chris and Luke and a handful of friends, who still don’t treat him like a star. He says that their honest and candid openness still makes him feel right at home.
Hemsworth also feels that growing up in Australia was a really good thing for him. Australians have a nice laid-back attitude and do not bother stars. If he were to be in LA he would be hounded with paparazzi and all and sundry, but the Australian press largely leaves him alone.
Despite having misgivings about fame initially, Hemsworth has come to terms with fame finally.
“The fame is a normal part of my job,” Hemsworth told Germany’s Bravo magazine.
He confessed that it still feels a little unnatural when he is on a press tour to promote some movie or the other. He confessed that it feels like an adrenalin fuelled rollercoaster ride. “There is just so much going on.” And it all seems like it’s happening all at once. But, he conceded that he enjoys meeting fans. He is usually delighted to know that his fans are so happy to meet him.
Liam Hemsworth will be seen on the silver screen soon. His movie “The Dressmaker” will soon be released. He is starring opposite Kate Winslet in the movie.
Stuff Magazine reported the news first.
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