Liam Hemsworth showed ET that if his acting career ever dries up, he has a surprising skill he could fall back on -- dairy farming!
The Independence Day: Resurgence star told ET that while growing up in Australia, his home was surrounded by farmland and he had friends who were dairy farmers.
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"I spent a lot of time around cattle," Hemsworth revealed. "I milked a few cows in my time."
Fortunately, it doesn't look like Hemsworth will have to revert back to farming anytime soon. His film career has reached interstellar heights with his upcoming sequel to the 1996 action movie, Independence Day.
Hemsworth teams up with returning star Jeff Goldblum to face a fresh onslaught of aliens in Independence Day: Resurgence, and while Hemsworth might have been the freshman on set, Goldblum discovered his co-star was the big man on campus in his native Australia.
"They're going to rename it, the whole country, as Liam's Land," Goldblum joked. "He's an international treasure."
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Long days on set enabled the two actors to develop a unique rapport with each other, which led to a hilarious photo taken at the expense of a mutual friend.
In the pic, Hemsworth and Goldblum mock a throwback picture of Dwayne Johnson, which features the action star in a black turtleneck, gold chain and fanny pack.
"My buds Liam Hemsworth and Jeff Goldblum messing with me showing the world they got that turtle neck/fanny pack swag!" Johnson posted on Instagram along with the photo.
When asked if they were worried about Johnson having a negative response to their teasing, Goldblum joked that he and Hemsworth know how to handle themselves.
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"We're dangerous characters!" Goldblum said with a laugh.
Independence Day: Resurgence opens June 24.