Avengers Cast on Premiere, Favorite Lines, Matching Tattoos & Birthday Gifts
You know, every Spring
at about this time tonight’s guests
drop by to share their plans to save the world. This year they really have
their work cut out for them. The action unfolds in
“Avengers, End Game.” It opens April 26. Please welcome Robert Downey
Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, and Paul Rudd! [APPLAUSE] Welcome. Look at you guys. [APPLAUSE] Very nice. You all look fantastic. Ugh. They can’t get enough. And in a way– Wow. Feels like home. I feel like this is– this might– [CHEERING] This might be it.
Right? I mean, this could be it. This could be the last one. This probably is the last one. On your show?
JIMMY KIMMEL: No. No. No. Just for them, Paul,
you can come back. Yes.
– OK. Good.
– No. I feel like this is
the last gathering of the Avengers on the show. The future’s very uncertain.
JIMMY KIMMEL: It is? Oh, good.
I’m glad to hear that. Yeah. You know, it was May 5,
2008 that you were here. – Oh, wow.
– Don’t lie to him. We’re not going to ever– JIMMY KIMMEL: You’re
never coming back? [LAUGHING] I remember Jon Favreau showing
me the sketches of “Iron Man,” and that he was working
on, and thinking, what an interesting
character to start with, you know, from the
Marvel universe. And here we are,
like 21 movies later. Yeah. It really is amazing. [APPLAUSE] JIMMY KIMMEL: 21 movies. [CHUCKLING] Have you guys seen
the new movie? Have any of you seen it? No. Not really. No.
– No. JIMMY KIMMEL: Did you see it?
– I did. I saw it and I filmed
it on my iPhone. And I’m going to be screening
it on my Instagram later. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, great.
ROBERT DOWNEY JR: Aw. So sweet. [INAUDIBLE], like that guy. Yeah. There’s kind of a– you know,
we’re not supposed to see it. And they’re showing
little pieces. But then I’m doing
an Easter screening. JIMMY KIMMEL: Easter? On Easter Sunday?
– Yep. Up in Malibu, the day
before the premiere. We’ll have it on a loop. – Oh, in your house?
– Yeah. This is not a–
– You guys are all invited. This is not an
open invitation. [APPLAUSE] What’s the address? What’s the address
and gate code? Can you tell us the
gate code and address? That is– Easter Sunday is what? The 21st. 21st.
Yes, sir. The 21st. So it will be a couple of
days before the opening. That’s correct. JIMMY KIMMEL: So people
who come to your house, not only will they get eggs. They will also be able to
see the “Avengers” movie. That’s right. Oh, my god. We have to sign NDAs or do
gag orders or something. You sure do. Absolutely. Thanks for that, Jimmy. A 3 hour and 2
minute long film. So you might only get to
show it a couple of times. Right.
No intermission. JIMMY KIMMEL: With
no intermission. No.
– Wait. Why would he show it
a couple of times? Well, he’s said he’s
showing it on a loop. – On a loop?
– Yeah. Well, that’s a long brunch.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. That is quite a brunch. I mean, we can fast forward
through the dumb stuff. [LAUGHING] – What’s the dumb stuff?
– Yeah. What is the dumb stuff?
– I don’t know. Probably like, you know,
your character arc. [CROWD BOOS] Woo. That’s the game changer. I’ll get you
back for that one. That I can’t wait for. JIMMY KIMMEL: It’s
a three hour movie. What’s– I know you can’t
reveal any of the plot details. But what’s the best time to
get up and go to the bathroom? Because you do that
thing in the movies where your race to the bathroom. Is there a part
that we should know? Well, Mark said that
you should wear a diaper. And you don’t have to get up. JIMMY KIMMEL: Well,
that’s not a bad idea. But you’re also sitting
in your own urine. So–
JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. Well, that is a bad idea. Best time, Paul? Oh, boy. Well, not having seen the film– [LAUGHTER] I would say get one of
those giant tubs of popcorn. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah? And then just like
lower it under the seat? JIMMY KIMMEL: Make
the most of it? In the middle of
the movie, and then you don’t have to get up. It’s so efficient. Who has the Avengers tattoo? You guys have it.
– Yep. Right?
Does Chris have it? I have a scratch and
sniff of Paul Rudd’s face. [APPLAUSE] And it smells delicious. And by the way,
it smells like me. It really does. Where is it, Chris? Ho. It’s a mix of smells. You know? JIMMY KIMMEL: Scarlett,
it was your idea for what– the
original six Avengers to become tattooed together? Yeah. I thought– well,
I think Chris Evans and I kind of came up with it.
JIMMY KIMMEL: OK. And so Chris has it. You have it. Robert has it. Who else actually got it? We all have it. And then, but Mark
does not have it. JIMMY KIMMEL: Mark
Ruffalo does not have it. – Yeah.
– He declined. He did.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Did he really? Yeah.
At his own peril. Yeah. Did you apply peer
pressure to Mark? Yes. Well, no. We’re not like some psycho,
you know, marine squad. [LAUGHTER] Well, you did get an Avengers
tattoo put on your body. Yeah. It’s why he’s not
sitting right here. Yeah.
He would have been here. – That’s why he’s been removed.
– There was some– I thought it was because he
was keeps revealing the end– Chris says he won’t
do press with him. [LAUGHTER] And that. I guess he said yesterday
that he’s afraid of needles. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. But he didn’t say that before. Just made it– he
was just– it seemed like he was really judgmental. The Hulk is afraid of needles. CHRIS HEMSWORTH: He’s
afraid of friends. [LAUGHTER] I have a dinner for
schmucks tramp stamp. [LAUGHTER] Paul, of all these movies,
and doing all this stuff, what was your favorite? What’s the moment that stands
out most brightly for you? Boy. Well, there are a lot of them. But the very first time I filmed
with these guys on “Civil War,” it was pretty spectacular. Because we’d already
filmed “Ant-Man.” But that was a little
bit in a bubble. And all of a sudden I was
seeing everybody in their suits. And it was very exciting. In fact, one time Chris Evans– I was standing opposite him. And he had to run to use
the bathroom or something. And he asked the prop
guy to hold his shield. And as he walked off I
just said, can I try it? And I took the shield. And it was– yeah. it was very exciting. It was not dissimilar
to what my character was feeling in the scene. What did you do with the
shield while you had it? I just kind of
went pew, pew, pew. Acting it out a little bit. But then I gave it
back and, you know, tried to be a little cool. Do any of you– and I
know this might be hard to remember– have
a favorite line that you delivered in character? Oh, gosh. I don’t know. I had this– when we were doing
reshoots for “Iron Man 2,” I guess my character was
kind of overseeing the action on a computer screen. And I’m really– I am just bad at techie jargon. Like I’m terrible at it. And I had a line that
went, Oracle is converging. No.
Wait. It was– it was– sorry. It was, bogie is converging
on the Oracle Pavilion. Lock and load. The fight’s coming to you. [LAUGHTER] [APPLAUSE] JIMMY KIMMEL:
That’s pretty solid. So bad. I mean, I think it got cut. I think actually Jon
Favreau is saying the line, and I’m just mouthing the words. That’s how bad it was. How about you, Chris? Any “Thor?” When we were
shooting “Ragnarok” we had a young kid
on set who was– who was unwell at the time
and had come to visit. And we were shooting the
scene with Hulk and Thor in the arena. And it was right when I
was talking to the Hulk, and I was saying,
oh, my god, it’s you. Where’ve you been?
And da, da, da. And he was on the sideline. And he’s like,
why don’t you say, when you look up at
Loki in the crowd, say, he’s a friend from work. And then so that line– JIMMY KIMMEL: A kid
gave you that line? A kid gave us that line.
Yeah. And it became one of the
best lines of the movie. [APPLAUSE] JIMMY KIMMEL: Wow. – He used the stones again.
– Hey. Hey. Hey. Hey. We’d be going in shorthanded.
You know? Look he’s still
got the stones. So– So let’s get them, and use
them to bring everyone back. Just like that? Yeah. Just like that. Even if there’s a small
chance that we can undo this, I mean, we owe it to everyone
who’s not in this room to try. If we do this, how do we
know it’s going to end any differently than it did before? Because before
you didn’t have me. Hey, new girl,
everybody in this room is about that superhero life. And if you don’t mind my
asking, where the hell have you been all this time? There are a lot of other
planets in the universe. And unfortunately, they
didn’t have you guys. [CHEERING] I like this one. [APPLAUSE] Let’s go get this
son of a bitch. [APPLAUSE] Yeah. Yes. That’s what you need to do. Go get that son of a bitch. I got chills. I would imagine that
everyone wanted to say, let’s go get the son of a bitch. Right? I mean, that’s
the line you want. And Chris got, let’s go
get that son of a bitch. You’re not in that clip. – Yeah.
– All right. So–
– I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it anyway. Does that mean– does that mean something bad
for Tony Stark, for Iron Man? No.
Not in the slightest. Ant-Man? Nothing?
– I was in it. You just couldn’t see me. [LAUGHTER] On Friday you guys
were all at Disneyland. Avengers made a huge donation
to children’s hospitals. Yeah. $5 million I believe. [APPLAUSE] And did you go on any
rides while you were there? Did you enj–
– Yeah. We did. We went on the Guardians
of the Galaxy ride. The one that drops like crazy. We went on it.
I don’t know. Where were you? Where did you go?
– I didn’t. I didn’t. Well, I was there February
7 for my kid’s birthday. We went on that ride
and I almost yacked. – Oh, is that right?
– Yeah. So I wasn’t really
going to do it again. I was really– it was good. A couple of your people
that work for you. Yeah. My team came on a bit. I took my daughter on
it a couple years ago when it was previously
called the Tower of Terror or something. And she wasn’t tall enough. And she was really upset. And I was like, no.
Forget this. Come here. So I grabbed a couple of
Snickers bars and things, and slammed it in the back
of her shoe under her heel. So I propped her up. She was like this
much short, walked up, was like, what about now? So– and they’re like, OK. In you come. I’m like– so– Snickers work. Wildly irresponsible as
well, and you’re all cheering. It gets worse.
Go on. So I was sitting in the chair. And this thing– it’s, you know,
I don’t know how many hundreds of feet high, and whatever.
SCARLETT JOHANSSON: Oh god. We’re at the top.
And I’m looking at her. She’s strapped in. And, you know, the
seat is massive on her. And I’m like, you know,
we beat the system, honey. And then it drops
and she’s like zoop. [LAUGHTER] Grab on to her. She’s like screaming the
whole way down, like cat. You know. I was like, maybe there’s a
reason that there’s a height. Maybe! Size. So don’t do that. Don’t do that.
She’s fine. She’s well.
She’s– I mean, hones–
Woo-hoo. Go Chris. JIMMY KIMMEL: Snickers
bars in the shoes. Yes.
Up here. I love it.
– I’m her hero. I have to say,
it’s very creative. The Snickers bars in the shoes. That really is– in a pinch. That’s the last time. Paul, you had a
birthday this week. And Robert, you had
a birthday this week. Yes. JIMMY KIMMEL: Happy
birthday to both of you. Thank you. You have to be very difficult
to shop for, I would imagine. Oh. I brought some pictures. Scarlett never forgets. This year she got
me a lovely bouquet of my favorites, which are– – Of sunflowers?
– Sunflowers. Yeah.
– Nice. That is nice. And then cause I’m the fourth
and Paul is the sixth, I got him a little framed art piece. Did you like it?
– I loved it. Gorgeous. Really, really,
really, really nice. I was very touched. And then I had
gotten him that alpaca that he wanted, because
that’s his favorite animal. – Oh, my gosh.
– Oh. You got Paul an–
– That was– That was– That really blew me away. I named him– I named him Dennis.
[LAUGHTER] JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, that’s nice.
– He’s got a bit of an attitude. But he’s fun. And he– you know. And I was so moved
that I remember I think I got you, in return– I feel, you know, a little
bad, just reciprocal, but I got you a balloon.
– That’s right. He bought her a
hot air balloon. A hot air balloon. There I am smiling
back at the ground. But this year– this year they
really blew my mind. Yeah.
Well, that’s right. We had planned that together. We both chipped in. Then we got him
this super yacht, which he– was the one toy he–
– Oh, my god. You did.
– Yeah. – Oh, that’s cool.
– Yeah. – And then–
– That is quite a gift. Just to get ahead of next
year, I thought– and just– this is a bit of a surprise
to the show, I got the two of you the Buffalo Bills.
– Oh, my god. That’s his favorite. No way! What? A football team. Is that– is that OK? Nobody got Chris
anything, though, huh? I think it’s– well,
I’m a Chiefs fan. But you know what?
It’s not a division rival. I’m happy.
This is really– OK.
Great. – This is really sweet.
– Yeah. What he just said. Nothing for Chris. Interesting.
Nothing at all for Chris. Oh, you know what?
Yeah. I got you something, Robert.
Here you go. Oh, my gosh. Incredible. [GUITAR NOTE] [APPLAUSE] Wow. That’s really nice. And Hemsworth, I’ve
like met the guy twice. So you should be ashamed. – Well–
– Hey. Wait.
Wait. I did get you a present. But it’s like, the postal
service from Australia to here is like wha. So it might have ended up– Sounds like a damn lie to me. And– and then. I did actually– ah.
Tricking. Just kidding. [LAUGHTER] [APPLAUSE] Wow. That’s great, cause it’s tape. And you always need
tape for stuff. [LAUGHING] – We’ll share that.
– Yeah. It’s a whole roll. It’s expensive in Australia. [LAUGHING] It’s very expensive there. It’s very rare there. They don’t find it in
nature in Australia. Scarlett, when does the Black– when does the Black Widow
movie starts shooting? When what? JIMMY KIMMEL: When
does the Black Widow movie start shooting? – Where when?
– The one you’re in. The Black Widow movie. You know, your own like movie. Everybody’s had their own movie. And you haven’t
had your own movie. But I assume you’re going
to have you own movie. No.
That’s a lot of work. I don’t know. I don’t know. JIMMY KIMMEL: It’s
too much work? Too many words. What did [INAUDIBLE]
say the other day? We haven’t announced that! I was like, yeah, but
everyone’s talking about it. JIMMY KIMMEL: I have a weird
true story to tell you. Last night in my haze, as I was
drifting in and out of sleep, I thought, what if
Ant-Man just shrunk down to a microscopic size and
went into the veins of Thanos, and then messed
up Thanos’ brain. And then this– today
I read that there is actually a theory that– you know this one, Paul? That Ant-Man will shrink down
and go into Thanos’ butt. Right? Yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: It
seems less effective. Look, these lips are sealed. [LAUGHING] Similar to your dream. One slight difference. [LAUGHTER] Like how much
Nyquil did you drink? A lot. A lot. I was really losing my mind. I am right now a little bit too. OK. So you guys have something
special for our studio audience here tonight. Who would like to make this– Chris, why don’t you tell
them what you have for them. We’re going to give
everybody here tonight tickets to Avengers at IMAX. Oh, my god. [APPLAUSE] JIMMY KIMMEL: So
you guys get gifts. See that. [LAUGHING] Instead of– the money
I saved on your present. Uh-huh. So everyone in
the audience, as if you weren’t going
already, is going to see the Avengers in IMAX. Thanks guys. Scarlett, Robert,
Paul, and Chris. The “Avengers End Game” opens in
theaters, 3D and IMAX April 26. We will be right back! If you liked that video,
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