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  • 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]