Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston
Cast members Chris Hemsworth (L) and Tom Hiddleston greet each other at the premiere of "Thor: The Dark World" at El Capitan theatre in Hollywood, California November 4, 2013. The movie opens in the U.S. on November 8. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

“Thor: Ragnarok” actors Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston took time off their filming schedules to give a little cheer to a children’s hospital in Brisbane on Tuesday. The two are in Australia to film the last few scenes of their upcoming Marvel superhero film.

Calling the patients “the real superheros of the world,” Hemsworth, 33, and Hiddleston, 35, visited about 80 sick children and their families at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. Hemsworth was right to call them so. One patient at the hospital, according to The NY Daily News, was a 9-year-old boy named Cayln Hoad, who saved his brother by pushing him away from an incoming motor vehicle. Hoad is currently at Lady Cilento with a head-trauma and brain injuries, all of which resulted from the accident.

Hemsworth brought along the iconic hammer, Mjolnir, on the visit but was not in complete Thor attire. Meanwhile, Hiddleston showed up in a simple suit and his trademark Loki hairstyle.

Their visit earned praises from the Lady Cilento hospital staff, as well as the family of those currently confined in the premises. They all showed how thankful they were for the visit, particularly because it produced so many smiles.

Earlier this year, Taylor Swift stopped by at the same children’s hospital when she was visiting Hiddleston as he filmed for “Thor: Ragnarok.” Johnny Depp also paid a visit to the children in 2015 in complete Jack Sparrow costume. Depp was in town filming for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise at the time.

The cast of “Thor: Ragnarok” has been filming in Australia for a while now, and specifically Brisbane for the past few days. According to ABC News, Hemsworth and Hiddleston have been greeting their fans and signing autographs for them between shoots. However, the film itself is set in New York, and the streets of Brisbane have been remodelled to look as such.

“Thor: Ragnarok” is expected to roll out to cinemas by October 2017.