Jack Black challenges Chris Hemsworth to a "battle of the jams" over Led Zeppelin song in "Thor: Ragnarok"
(LOS ANGELES) -- Jack Black thinks Chris Hemsworth jacked his style and he's challenging the Thor: Ragnarok star to a "battle of the jams."
On Saturday, Black -- one half of the faux metal duo Tenacious D -- posted a video to Thor director Taika Waititi's Twitter account in which he claims Hemsworth "bit our style" and "poached our jam" by using Led Zeppelin's classic "Immigrant Song" in the movie.
Black also sang the song in a classic scene from his 2003 comedy School of Rock.
Black then jokingly challenged Hemsworth to a musical throwdown.
"I'm calling you out Thor. This is a challenge. I challenge you to a battle -- a battle of the jams," Black says in menacing voice.
"Guilty as charged," Hemsworth responds in a post on his Instagram. "I don't know what a battle of the jams is," he continues, "A little bit of jam on toast? A little bit of Pearl Jam? Awesome."
"My place or yours, baby. I'm in," he concludes.
Black further teased the 34-year-old Australian actor by sharing an Instagram video of him and Thor: Ragnarok co-star Cate Blanchett taking part in an "Immigrant Song" lip-sync in which she and Black recreate the fight scene in the movie the song is playing under.
Blanchett co-stars with Black in the upcoming film The House with a Clock in Its Walls, slated for a 2018 release.
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