While “Avengers” movies are fun for audiences, they might not be a dream come true for the actors involved. “Thor: Ragnarok” star Chris Hemsworth seems to prefer just having Hulk on his side rather than a whole slew of superheroes.

“The ‘Avengers’ stuff is hard because it’s not very personal,” Hemsworth told /Film. “There’s seven of you in a room and you have to get across all this information that feels expositional. So it’s hard to really have a dynamic.”

While Thor definitely had some screen time in both “Avengers” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” it’s true that he became more of a supporting character. He said the reduced role didn’t allow him to really dig into the material.

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Chris Hemsworth said he was able to have more fun with Thor in “Thor: Ragnarok” than he did in the first two “Avengers” films. He is pictured at a boxing match on Aug. 26, 2017 in Las Vegas. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

“Obviously Tony and Cap have a lot of one-on-one screen time. I’d always felt like I don’t have that as much, and that’s when you get to really have fun,” the Australian actor explained.

In “Thor: Ragnarok,” however,” Hemsworth seems to have plenty of fun. The November flick shows the god of lightning meeting the Hulk/Bruce Banner on a planet called Sakaar. They have to fight their way off of the planet together without any help from the other Avengers.

“As I said, we just went for it in this, and there’s a nice kind of love-hate relationship there,” Hemsworth noted. “A lovely kind of pairing. Very early on I was saying, ‘Let’s do something like Butch and Sundance and pair ‘em up and go on a road trip.’ There’s elements of that in there, too.”

Thor and Hulk aren’t going on a relaxing road trip, though. They’re on a mission in this Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. They have to get off Sakaar, where the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) is having them fight like gladiators, and stop Hela (Cate Blanchett), the recently released goddess of death, from bringing the apocalypse.

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Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) get to team up in “Thor: Ragnarok.” Marvel

It’ll likely be nice for Thor to have a partner since he’s been flying solo for a while. At the end of “Age of Ultron,” he set off to find the Infinity Stones and Thanos (Josh Brolin), and he’s apparently been searching for quite some time. Producer Brad Winderbaum told Screen Rant that Thor has been searching for the “Avengers: Infinity War” villain for years now.

“The journey he’s been on at the beginning of this movie, it’s not like five minutes after ‘Ultron’ ends we start this movie: it’s a couple years later,” the producer explained. “And as we know, at the end of ‘Ultron’ he’s started this quest to find the puppet master, and the Infinity Stones, and all that. What he realized really fast — I don’t think I’m giving too much away because it’s right at the top of the film — but basically that one quest, that universe-ending peril that he was trying to figure out, dovetailed or branched off into any number of universe ending-perils that he’s been adventuring on for the two years leading up to the beginning of this film.”

How exactly does searching for Thanos lead Thor to Hela and Sakaar? Fans will have to watch the Marvel movie to find that out.

“Thor: Ragnarok,” directed by Taika Waititi, hits theaters Nov. 3.