Chris Hemsworth's Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony was marked by his fellow Avengers' three-word descriptions, Variety reported.

The ringleader, obviously, was Robert Downey Jr., who asked Mark Ruffalo, Jerremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans to describe the Thor actor.

Avengers, assemble!

MCU Avengers logo, Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, and Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man.

“What is Chris Hemsworth?” Downey asked.

The rest of Earth's Mightiest Heroes answered one by one.

Renner: Absurdly, annoyingly amazing.

Ruffalo, channeling Hulk, channeling Thor: Friend from work.

Johansson: Sensitive leading lady.

Evans, with the arguably the best descriptor: Second-best Chris.

Taking on a more serious note, Downey praised Hemsworth as one of the most remarkable people he knows. The Aussie received his star a day before his latest movie opens, George Miller's Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga. The new Academy Award winner had a fearless forecast: “This is going to be the film of 2024.”

“I wrote all of my comments myself, which is why they are going to be quite insightful and brilliant,” the actor continued.

“Beyond the cape and the hammer is a contagious Aussie charm. You are a remarkable human being. You are a legend. Chris is a bit daunting to describe. He's very elusive because of the pretty packaging. However, upon further inspection…down under…he has a true wit and depth of soul and it has been my sincere pleasure to know you. You keep us Hollywood folk on our toes because you’re just a real deal,” he added.

Hemsworth's a star… also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hemsworth did it keep it real. In an interview with the entertainment magazine to celebrate this occasion, he admitted that he thought he already had a Hollywood Walk of Fame star years ago… in 2019, when the Avengers: Endgame cast placed their handprints in cement at the iconic TCL Chinese Theater.

“I thought that was the Walk of Fame! So when we did it, I thought, ‘Oh cool, I'm getting a star,” he said.

“And someone told me, ‘No, that's not what this is.' I went along with it like I completely knew what was happening. It was kind of afterwards, I was like, ‘So, where's the star?'” the actor continued.

Among the Avengers present at the ceremony, only Johansson, Ruffalo and now Hemsworth have stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Johansson received hers in 2012 and Ruffalo's in February this year. The only other Avenger with a star is Ant-Man, Paul Rudd, who received his in 2015. Their boss, Nicky Fury played by Samuel L. Jackson, obviously got his as well, in 2000.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame stars are embedded in the sidewalks located along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street. It's administered by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and maintained by the self-financing Hollywood Historic Trust. It's a tourist attraction which receives an estimated 10 million yearly visitors.

There are about 200 names nominated annually. Anyone can nominate someone active in the entertainment industry. The nominees should have at least five years of experience as well as a history of charitable contributions.

Hemsworth previously starred in the Netflix film sequel, Extraction II. His latest Marvel movie was 2022's Thor: Love and Thunder. The actor's breakout role was playing the god of thunder in the first Thor movie released in 2011. Two years before that, he kickstarted the Star Trek Kelvin timeline as First Officer George Kirk, father of Captain James T. Kirk.

The actor, who was named this year's Met Gala co-chair, is currently promoting Furiosa, but will next be heard as the voice of one of the Transformers in its origin movie. He's also in negotiations to star in Crime 101, which would reunite him with his “friend from work,” Ruffalo.