Chris Hemsworth reveals that he did feel 'intimidated' when first walking onto the set of Ghostbusters.
Hemsworth is set to take on the role of receptionist Kevin in the remake alongside Melissa McCarthy, Kristin Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones - in what is a role reversal from the original movies.
And while Hemsworth in new an experienced actor, he admits that working with these comedians was intimidating at first.
Speaking to News Shopper, the actor said: "It was initially (intimidating), then it was just hard trying not to laugh. I just kept cracking up."
Ghostbusters also sees the actor team up with filmmaker Paul Feig for the first time, in what is his first feature since the success of Spy last summer.
And the actor admits that Feig's way of working did take some getting used to - revealing the night before he was due to shoot, he still didn't have a script.
He continued: "I was really nervous. I kept getting told 'the scenes are coming, we've got to rewrite some scenes' because there wasn't much of my character in the script. There just wasn't much of a character. I got to Boston the night before I'm shooting and I'm like, 'I've still not got the script, what am I doing?' I said to [Feig] 'I've still not got the script, what do I do for you tomorrow?' He said 'Don't worry, we'll work it out'.
"Everyone kept saying that's his method and you get on set and he just keeps the camera rolling and the girls start improvising, he'll yell suggestions and you keep going, you crack up, you try and hold together. And it is endless reels of chaos. But it is so much fun."
This will be the first time that we have seen a Ghostbusters film hit the big screen since Ghostbusters II back in 1989.
2016 has already been a busy year for Hemsworth as we have seen him reprise the role of Eric in The Huntsman: Winter's War.
The actor is set to return to the role of Thor as filming on Thor: Ragnarok is due to get underway shortly. This is the third solo Thor film and will see the actor team up with director Taika Waititi for the first time.
The movie will be released next autumn and will be the third of three Marvel films to be released in 2017; following Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Ghostbusters is released 11th July.