Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky have got to be one of the cutest couples in Hollywood.
Now the Aussie hunk and dad-of-three has opened up about what it's been like working with his other half, and he wasn't all that complimentary.
The pair are taking their real life romance to the big screen and play lovers in their new film 12 Strong, but Chris has says his wife Elsa has taken to 'bossing him around on set'.
"She would boss me around," he told Sunrise on Tuesday, "We had about seven or eight year's rehearsal time to play these characters, if we didn't have any chemistry we'd be in trouble," he said.
The lovebirds will star alongside each other for the first time in the new flick, which is based on the real-life events of 12 men sent into Afghanistan immediately after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre.
Chris and Elsa, who play a married couple in the movie, have been married for seven years in real life.
The film's trailer opens with the pair sharing a steamy kiss before you see the drama unfold in the aftermath the terrorist attack.
Before Chris, who plays Captain Mitch Nelson, heads to the war zone, Elsa's on-screen character is seen saying to her hubby, "I don't care how long your gone, as long as you come back."
12 Strong will hit cineams around Australia March 8th, 2018. Watch trailer below.
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