I saw Thor: Ragnarok last week and felt the same about Hemsworth. The film had some beautiful actresses in it but I never felt like they were shot or costumed in an objectifying way. Whereas there’s a scene of Hemsworth walking around shirtless for around a minute that seems to have been included solely to give people a good look at his body.
It didn’t bother or offend me though. For the women I know who like Thor, a part of their enjoyment is that Hemsworth is such an attractive man.
And that’s true to an extent with all of these movies: we enjoy seeing attractive, charismatic people saving the world, and I don’t think we need to pretend that the attractive actors involved aren’t part of that.
I do think it’s a particularly sensitive issue for Wonder Woman though. Taking a character who is meant to be the embodiment of female power and strength in all its forms and reducing her to a sex object risks undermining the character and sending the wrong message. The Wonder Woman movie was careful to avoid that.