Oct 05, 2016 05:40 PM EDT

Move Over Chris and Liam; Another Hunk Hemsworth Brother to Star on HBO Series 'Westworld'


When God created unbelievably gorgeous individuals, He must have favored the Hemsworths a lot. This Australian family is not only blessed with one, but three irresistibly hunky sons including "Thor" actor Chris Hemsworth, younger brother Liam-starred in "Hunger Games", and another budding yet equally handsome actor, Luke.

Luke, the oldest but smallest of the three Hemsworth brothers, has recently proved he can likewise shine in the acting field. Started his career playing as Nathan Tyson in an Australian series "Neighbors", Luke has embarked on another great role with the new HBO series "Westworld".

According to the Huffington Post, the oldest of the Hemsworth brothers appeared on the show's premiere alongside fellow "­­Westworld" stars-Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright.

The 35-year-old actor is set to portray the role of Ashley Stubbs, head of police who is mainly in charge of overseeing host and human interactions to ensure the safety of the guests in "­­Westworld".

The series is the newest science-fiction thriller of HBO, mainly based on the 1973 movie of the same name written and directed by the late Michael Crichton. It involves the technologically advanced location completely occupied by androids called "hosts", which interact with "newcomers" or visitors of their world. These high-paying newcomers are entitled to do whatever they wish within the territory, without fear of vengeance from the hosts.

Stubbs might not be the son of Odin-King of the Norse Gods, or the love interest of tribute Katniss Everdeen, but what could we expect from the Hemsworth brood? He will definitely prove his masculinity and stage presence as the series progresses.

Though the actor is already married to Samantha Hemsworth and has four stunningly cute children, don't you think he is similarly appealing like his two brothers?

"­­Westworld" airs at 9 P.M. every Sunday on HBO.

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