Liam Hemsworth wants to make a movie with his brothers Chris and Luke.
The trio of Australian siblings have made the successful leap into Hollywood but are yet to shoot a film together, and the 'Hunger Games' actor has revealed they are determined to change that but are waiting for the "perfect" shot.
Liam - who is the youngest of Hemsworth siblings aged 26 - revealed: "We have talked about it for a long time. I don't know what the movie will be, but possibly we will only get one chance to do it. We are waiting for the perfect thing."
The hunky actor was being interviewed by his eldest brother Luke, 34, for new Hong Kong-based publication #legendmagazine and revealed he got into acting because of his older siblings - including 'Thor' star Chris, 32.
He said: "I got into acting because of yourself and our other brother, Chris, and that was why I first started doing what I am doing."
Liam is glad he followed his brothers to tinseltown because their bond has only grown stronger but says it was their upbringing in their native Australia, where their parents Leonie and Craig Hemsworth still reside, that made them such great friends.
He said: "(We share) a really close bond. I think that our whole family...that we have such great parents who brought us up with such good values. I have always looked up to my older brothers. Yeah, we are really close friends."