‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Cast Plays Family Feud On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
Chris Evans went superhero versus superhero with Robert Downey Jr. when the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron played Family Feud on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Avengers Cast Play Family Feud
The main cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night as part of their press tour, and, in addition to sitting down with host Jimmy Kimmel for a group interview, the team of actors also had some fun playing a short game of Family Feud.
Kimmel acted as host and divided the Avengers into two teams: Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner made up ‘The Americas’ – named after team leader Evans’ Marvel superhero, Captain America – and co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth and Scarlett Johansson’s team ‘The Mans.’
First up: Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. went head to head to find out what people do in a movie theater besides watch a movie. Evans won with “eat popcorn,” but Ruffalo and Renner failed to deliver correct answers, and The Mans ended up winning the round with the number one answer: making out.
The Mans dominated the game, even winning the final round, where the cast was challenged to come up with what places would be the worst to turn into the Hulk. Ruffalo – the Hulk himself – lost the round for The Americas when he suggested that the worst place to turn into the Hulk would be in a telephone booth.
The Mans won the game with their answer: in bed. “That’s the best place!” Evans protested.
The losers, Ruffalo, Evans and Renner, were awarded $15 gift cards to Applebee’s while the winning team received a Marvel-themed, three-seat bicycle.
Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson On Filming Age of Ultron
During their time on the late night show, the cast also revealed which member of the cast organizes the most social activities – Renner and Evans. Evans is the only member of the main cast without any children. “That he knows of,” Renner joked.
Johnasson also dished on what it was like to film Avengers: Age of Ultron while pregnant. “I did all of my motorcycle riding stunts, yes. No, I didn’t do any of them, actually,” she said. “Are you crazy? I was pregnant!”
And Ruffalo described his “man-canceling” outfit on set, meaning the leotard he has to wear to film the motion capture scenes as The Hulk. “I call it man-cancelling because it makes you look small everywhere you wished you looked big, and big everywhere you wished you looked small,” Ruffalo revealed.
Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1.