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Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr, & Scarlett Johansson Have Virtual Reunion During Kids' Choice Awards 2020!

The Avengers are together again!

Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, and Jeremy Renner had a virtual reunion during the 2020 Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (May 2).

The cast appeared during the awards to event to accept the award for Favorite Movie for Avengers Endgame.

“This is such a thrill, we are so excited and so happy the Kids’ Choice Awards are happening,” Scarlett said.

“Stay safe, stay strong,” Mark said. “We’re stronger together, we’ll get through this,” Chris Hemsworth added.

“Love you 3000,” Chris Evans said.

You can check out the full list of Kids’ Choice Awards winners here!

Chris Evans Is Reuniting the Six Original 'Avengers' for an Amazing All-In Challenge Prize!

The six stars of the Marvel movie The Avengers will be reuniting for a special cause!

Chris Evans just launched his All-In Challenge prize and he’s raffling off the chance to have a virtual hangout with him, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, and Mark Ruffalo.

The six actors portrayed the superheroes who originated the Avengers film franchise back in 2012. Since then, dozens of other superheroes have been added!

Chris joined Instagram to announce that he was accepting Chris Pratt‘s challenge. He then challenged Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, and Billy Porter.

It takes just $10 to enter the raffle and whoever wins will get a 40-minute conference call with the six stars. You’ll get to play board games with them for 20 minutes and the other 20 minutes can be used as a private Q&A.

You can enter now at!

'Avengers: Endgame' Directors Share New Footage of Chris Evans as Old Captain America - Watch! (Video)

There’s new Avengers: Endgame footage! Sort of.

Following the one year anniversary of the film’s release, the Marvel movie’s directors, the Russo Brothers, posted behind-the-scenes footage on Tuesday (April 28) of Chris Evans‘ last moments on the set.

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“See…he’s not that old…” they captioned the clip of Chris goofing around in his old makeup.

Spoilers ahead! In the film, Captain America gets his happy ending with Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), passing on the title to Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and appearing as an old man.

In this new clip, he runs around and throws a rock as the crew laughs along.

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Marvel's 'Avengers' Franchise Used to Help Boost China's Movie Theater Industry

China is using the help of some famous franchises to boost its movie theaters after the coronavirus pandemic has become essentially contained in the country.

China is planning to launch all four of Marvel‘s Avengers movies as re-releases in the country in the next days and weeks, according to THR on Tuesday (March 24).

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Other popular films include Avatar, Inception and Interstellar, which will all be making their way to Chinese theaters.

“The blockbusters haven’t yet received official rerelease dates, but a source at one of the China’s nationwide cinema operators tells The Hollywood Reporter that they will be made available to movie theaters ‘basically, whenever the DCPs reach the cinemas,’” the report reads.

Cinemas across the country have begun reopening after the country has seemingly gotten control of the virus. Find out what other franchise is coming to Chinese theaters…

Disneyland Reveals Epic First-Look Photos of Avengers Campus!

After seeing these pics, you’re going to want to book your trip to Disneyland ASAP!

Disney has revealed the first-look concept art photos for their upcoming Avengers Campus, which will be opening on July 18 at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.

“It’s about living out your superhero fantasies,” Walt Disney Imagineering Executive Creative Director Brent Strong said in an interview on Good Morning America. “Not just bring it to life — where you get to see your favorite heroes or you get to meet your favorite heroes — but you actually get to become a hero.”

The campus will be separated into five areas – the Collector’s Fortress (where Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout is located), the Worldwide Engineering Brigade (WEB – where the Spider-Man ride is located), the Pym Test Kitchen and Tasting Lab, the outdoor Doctor-Strange-themed Sanctum, and the Avengers Headquarters (which will be the home of live shows and an eventual bigger attraction).

Guests will be able to meet with some of their favorite Marvel superheros including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Groot, Captain America, Thor, and many more!

The Avengers Campus in Disney World in Florida will be opening in 2021.

For a fully detailed breakdown of Avengers Campus, head over to Disney’s D23 blog!

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Mark Ruffalo Uses the 'Avengers' Filter to See Which Superhero He Really Is

Mark Ruffalo used the Instagram filter to choose which Avengers superhero he really is, and the result was amazing!

The 52-year-old actor has starred as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel movies for years, and when he used the filter, he got The Hulk!

He celebrated with the room of people he was in when he found out the fun news.

“Which #Avenger am I? You won’t believe the SHOCKING result,” Mark captioned the video that he uploaded to his Instagram account.

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James Cameron Thinks It's a 'Certainty' That 'Avatar' Will Beat 'Avengers' Box Office Record

James Cameron has faith in the Avatar franchise.

The 65-year-old filmmaker reflected on the film’s success a decade later, as well as Marvel‘s Avengers: Endgame just beating its box office record at $2.79 billion in 2019.

He believes that the film will restore its place at the top as part of a re-release, as well as the movie’s sequel, planned for December 17, 2021.

“I think it’s a certainty. But let’s give Endgame their moment and let’s celebrate that people are going to the movie theater,” he said to USA Today.

“I don’t want to sound snarky after I took the high road (by offering congratulations), but they beat us by one quarter of a percent. I did the math in my head while driving in this morning. I think accountants call that a rounding error.”

He went on to praise Marvel’s ability to get people to theaters.

“I saw it as a really good sign. I was really concerned with all the new streaming services and the different ways people can consume movies right now that the theatergoing experience might have been eroded to the point that a new Avatar film – even if it were better than the first one, and better received – could never achieve the same box-office levels. Now at least we know such a thing is still possible at the movie theater,” he said of the Avengers success.

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