While promoting her new film Thor: The Dark World, Natalie Portman can't stop gushing about her co-star, Chris Hemsworth.
In an interview with Details magazine, the actress talked about just how much she loves her co-star.
"He's like a person you actually want to hang out with...a full human," she said. "There's no scoop, except he's rad. The scoop is he's just great at everything."
She also referred to another future project the two have considered together as they've filmed the Thor movies.
"When we were doing the first Thor, we would joke that we should remake The Way We Were. Little Jewish girl, a smoking-hot Gentile. If we work together again, that's clearly our project," she told the magazine.
She also talked about how Hemsworth isn't like most other actors, and is really more of an everyday kind of guy.
"He's confident in a very quiet way. Not a look-at-me kind of way." she said. "He's like the silent guy at the table. He can sit there and listen and be generous and not have to be tap-dancing all the time-which is really unusual for an actor."
Both Portman and Hemsworth are married with young children. Hemsworth, 30, married wife Elsa Pataky in 2010, and the couple has a one-year-old daughter, India Rose.
Portman, 32, married husband choreographer Benjamin Millepied in 2012, after giving birth to their son Aleph, 2. She met Millepied on the set of Black Swan, which she won a Best Actress Oscar for in 2011.
Thor: The Dark World arrives in theaters Nov. 8