Last night, Jimmy Kimmel Live played host to all six Avengers, out in force to promote Age of Ultron.
Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans all sat down with Jimmy Kimmel last night, to take audience questions and generally psych up America for the upcoming Age of Ultron premiere.
Kimmel, himself a massive Marvel fan, made the cast play Family Feud, debuted an exclusive clip from the movie, and asked serious — and not so serious — questions.
“This is exciting. It’s like our own private Comic-Con… without the smell,” Kimmel enthused.
As they took questions from super-fans, one caller turned out to be Clark Gregg, whose Agent Coulson character made his debut in Iron Man, and who has gone on to star in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (also on ABC):
Talking numbers, Kimmel revealed that The Avengers: Age of Ultron is expected to make $200 million on opening weekend, and decided — probably not inaccurately — that, “Robert Downey Jr. actually now has more money than Tony Stark, the character he plays!”
It was mostly fun and games, and we highly recommend checking out the hilarious clips from the show.
Here, the cast members all unanimously agree on who is the real leader of the Avengers:
The shenanigans continue in this clip, as Mark Ruffalo gets real about his Hulk suit:
And finally, the cast is treated to a selection of salacious fan art, which Chris Evans seems particularly enthused about:
There are more fun clips from the show on Jimmy Kimmel’s YouTube channel, so go check them out!