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.
- What's the dumb stuff?
- Yeah. What is the dumb stuff?
- I don't know. Probably like, you know, your character arc.
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?
Well, not having seen the film. . .
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.
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.
JIMMY KIMMEL: Did he really?
Yeah. At his own peril.
Did you apply peer pressure to Mark?
Well, no. We're not like some psycho, you know, marine squad.
Well, you did get an Avengers tattoo put on your body.
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.
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.
I have a dinner for schmucks tramp stamp.
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.