Captain America: Civil War stars made the late night circuit in promotion of the film with Chris Evans on The Tonight Show, and Elizabeth Olsen on Late Night!
Chris Evans dropped by The Tonight Show and talked about his niece and nephew. Evans has previously talked about his adorable nephew who has a hard time pronouncing his “L” sounds and says, “I don’t wike it!” Ever since sharing this adorable tidbit, Evans says that it’s now the #1 thing that people will say to him! I wike it.
He also brought a clip of his rescue dog who likes to lay on people, and happened to lay on his niece so she couldn’t get up. It’s easily the cutest thing I’ve seen today.
Evans decides to kick it up a notch and invents a new game for The Tonight Show called Frozen BlackJack. In honor of Captain America being frozen, the loser of the game has to let the winner pour ice water down their pants. You definitely don’t want to miss these two grown men pouring ice water all of each other.
On Late Night, Elizabeth Olsen revealed she was told right away that she would never have to wear the Scarlet Witch costume from the comics. Olsen says that Joss Whedon told her at their first meeting, “When you go home and Google her, just know you will never ever have to wear what she wears in the comics.” It’s definitely a decision that she’s happy with.
Olsen also talks about the choreography that she practices with her hands in order to prepare filming. Seth tries and fails to copy her example of a Scarlet Witch hand movement.
What’s your favorite moment from Evans and Olsen on late-night TV?
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