‘The Avengers’ Cast Play ‘Family Feud’ On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live;’ Pits Chris Evans Against Robert Downey Jr.!


'The Avengers' Cast Play 'Family Feud' On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live;' Pits Chris Evans Against Robert Downey Jr.!
'The Avengers' Cast Play 'Family Feud' On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live;' Pits Chris Evans Against Robert Downey Jr.!

The latest episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” has numerous fans feeling giddy as the cast of the upcoming film “Avengers: Age of Ultron” appeared to play a game of Family Feud.

As with any Family Feud setting, there were two teams for the segment, “team americans” and “team mans.” The former team was led by Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the film.

He was teamed up with Mark Ruffalo, who plays The Hulk and Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye.

The latter team was led by Robert Downey Jr.

(Iron Man).

He was joined by Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor).

Host Jimmy Kimmel took the role of being the game master.

In the short game, Kimmel asked the first question, “name something you do in a movie theater besides watching a movie,” he asked.

Robert was the first one to press the buzzer and their team took the first guess.

After going back and forth, the first round ended with no team gaining points, as no team completed the survey items on the board.

The second question had Renner and Hemsworth in the middle to play against each other.

“Besides superhero, name a profession that requires you to wear tights,” Jimmy asked.

This time, Ruffalo’s team had the first push at the buzzer.

He answered with saying “trapeze artist,” after which the audience and rest of the guests were surprised to see that Mark’s answer was included in the list of top answers.

The second round ended with Robert’s team gaining 83 points, leaving Evan’s with none.

At the third and final round, Scarlett was pitted against Jeremy.

Kimmel then asked both the celebrities the game’s final question.

“Name the worst place to turn into The Hulk,” he asked.

Scarlett hit the buzzer first and answered, “port-a-potty,” which was considered right due to the fact that it appeared on the survey board.

The third round ended with “The Mans” team winning the whole game.

Watch the clip below:

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