Chris Hemsworth shared a video on Instagram, featuring his journey as Thor's character over the decade.

The one-minute, 56-second footage shared Monday featured behind the scenes and interviews from all the Thor movies, including 2011's "Thor," 2013's "Thor: The Dark World," 2017's "Thor: Ragnarok."

Some of the clips also featured scenes from the upcoming movie, "Thor: Love and Thunder," which is slated to release on July 8.

"For over a decade you have shown us that Thor is still worthy," Hemsworth captioned the post. "We’re humbled and grateful to all of you who have been part of this incredible journey. We can’t wait for you to see #ThorLoveAndThunder in theaters July 8th ❤ ️ ⚡ ️ Preorder your tickets now at link in bio!"

Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions.

"It's was such an amazing journey and also I've already have Preorder mine," one of the fans wrote. Another fan questioned if this will mark the last movie of the actor as Thor, "That’s is not a goodbye right?"

Hemsworth has previously revealed how Thor's character has created an impact on his real life. He also shared the reason why he agreed to play Thor again in the upcoming installment.

"I just love playing the character. I love the journey I have been on with him. Not only as Thor, but just my life," Hemsworth said. "The two have been side by side for 10, 11 years now and have both crossed over into each other's world from time to time."

"Being able to work with Taika [Waititi] again. I don't know that I would've done another if Taika hadn't said yes, he was going to do it," Hemsworth added. "And he had written this beautiful script which was a wacky, crazy, romantic comedy set in space and that I hadn't seen before."

Director Taika Waititi has also lent his voice to Korg's character in the movie. The flick will also star Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Pratt and Karen Gillan.

Hemsworth will be next seen in the movies like "Extraction 2" and "Furiosa." He will also appear in the untitled Hulk Hogan biopic.

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Chris Hemsworth will unlikely show up on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show because of Ben Affleck. Pictured: The Thor actor attending the world premiere of “12 Strong” at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on Jan. 16, 2018. Getty Images/Angela Weiss