Chris Hemsworth has revealed his doubts about returning for the Snow White And The Huntsman sequel.
The Thor actor, who played the Huntsman opposite Kristen Stewart's Snow White in Rupert Sanders' film, admitted his work schedule could cause some conflicts if the next instalment was to go ahead.
"I don't know. If there's a hunger for another one," he told E! News.
The 30-year-old continued: "I had a great time making the film. I'm not sure what they plan on doing. I'm kind of booked up in Avengers . We do Avengers next year and that kind of takes up most of the year.
"And then press for Thor  this year and it just depends when we can squeeze it in. It's getting kind of narrower and narrower," he added.
A sequel is reported to have been authorised by Universal, with a script said to have been written.
Kristen is set to reprise her role but Rupert will not be returning to direct, following his high-profile affair with the actress.
Production on Snow White And The Huntsman 2 is expected to begin in 2013 with a release in 2015.
Chris, who stars as Formula 1 racer James Hunt in Ron Howard's Rush, will next reprise his superhero role as Norse god Thor in Thor: The Dark World and Joss Whedon's Avengers sequel.