Chris Hemsworth is known for playing an Immortal God superhero on movies but in real life he is immortal. The average lifespan of humans these days is 77.8 years. In 1776 the lifespan of an average person is 38 years. Our ancestors married young because people don’t live long enough back then. Countries like Japan and Switzerland have dropping birth rates because the longer lifespan people made people want to know what is more to life. Our ancestors married young out of necessity to make a new generation. Now people lived longer we see single people in their 40s.
In this documentary, Chris Hemsworth will try to change his lifestyle to live longer than the average human or even become immortal. He will undergo intense training and even try to face his fear to be a better version of himself.
Aside from trying to live longer, Chris Hemsworth will also try to be stronger.
He will try to change his workout routines, diet, and everything about his lifestyle to live like a real-life superhero. This documentary is a collaboration between Disney Plus and National Geographic. There is research that human lifespan is becoming longer as decades go by. New Technologies to cure certain diseases had made people live longer. Hemsworth will train his strength, resistance, memory, resignation, and acceptance. He will try to face his fear of death by trying to live longer or even forever.
Limitless will make this movie star challenge his mind and body so he can reach his desire to live forever. We don’t know when the vaccine against Aging and cancer will be invented but while waiting, we might as well change our lifestyle so we will long enough when the cure is found. I have a feeling though some people will just watch this to see him shirtless.
This documentary series will be coming to Disney Plus this 2022.
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