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Bloopers That Will Make You Love The Avengers Even More

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  • The bloopers from the Avengers films might be some of the funniest we've seen in a while.
  • In fact, they're so funny that it's hard not to fall in love with the films all over again.
  • Not so tough props
  • In the realm of superheroes, especially Norse mythology-derived superheroes, you're only
  • as good as your accessories.
  • Thor has quite a few: his long red cape, his long blond hair, and his mighty hammer Mjolnir.
  • When it comes to his hammer, it's so tough and unbreakable that it took the might of
  • Hela, the goddess of death, to finally break it in Thor: Ragnarok.
  • Maybe they got the idea for that moment from this blooper in which Thor's magical hammer
  • sure seems like a very breakable prop.
  • One of the few things as iconic as Thor's hammer in the MCU is Captain America's shield.
  • It's about as classic as superhero equipment gets and it's so powerful that Cap routinely
  • busts through walls and locks with it.
  • Unfortunately, the real prop shield they use in the filming is a lot less useful than its
  • fictional counterpart.
  • Vocal flubs
  • It's easy for the comic book version of Bruce Banner to just rattle off scientific terms
  • because someone can just scribble them into a speech bubble.
  • It's clearly a bit harder for actors to say all those complicated words in real life.
  • Just watch Mark Ruffalo as he struggles to deliver what's clearly a mouthful of technical
  • mumbo-jumbo in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  • In a deleted scene in Iron Man 3, Trevor Slattery successfully passes himself off as a Russian
  • over the phone, which leads to Colonel James Rhodes asking him to try out a number of other
  • voices.
  • It's really just a chance for Academy Award-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley to display his acting
  • ability and dialect talent — because he can handle every suggestion actor Don Cheadle
  • throws his way.
  • “Jamaican”
  • “I come from Jamaica.”
  • “Can you do French?”
  • “Allo, je suis Francais.”
  • “Can you do like, a Spanish.”
  • “I can do, but…”
  • “Shut up!’
  • Well, almost every suggestion.
  • “Can you do British?"
  • "Well, I am British."
  • Hulk run away!
  • When Bruce Banner turns into the Hulk to punch a giant alien in The Avengers, it's a stand-up-and-clap
  • moment.
  • However, as it turns out, that wasn't exactly the first instinct that actor Mark Ruffalo
  • had when facing down a CGI monstrosity.
  • “Dudes, you’re on your own!”
  • Considering how terrifying the aliens looked on the big screen, it's hard to fault Ruffalo's
  • acting instincts.
  • Short-circuiting Vision
  • Paul Bettany used to just provide the voice of JARVIS in the Marvel Cinematic Universe,
  • but these days he's using his whole self to play Vision.
  • Bettany is barely recognizable under all that red makeup.
  • While he certainly looks the part of the super-advanced robot, he's acting more like a malfunctioning
  • computer in this blooper from Captain America: Civil War:
  • Not so serious
  • One of the most impressive things about the MCU is that the actors are able to take it
  • all seriously when surrounded by goofy costumes and CGI monsters.
  • It's the kind of true commitment to character that explains why they get paid so much.
  • However, that doesn't mean there aren't a few moments where that seriousness cuts out.
  • In this lineup of stern, determined-looking heroes for Avengers: Infinity War, Benedict
  • Wong just couldn't keep the steely resolve on his face for more than a few seconds.
  • Captain America's hot tip
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming included one of the most memorable cameos in MCU history when
  • Chris Evans' Captain America pops in via green-screened video to deliver some corny, educational advice
  • to the students of Peter's high school.
  • "So.
  • You got detention.
  • You screwed up."
  • However, one particular video is just a bit too over the top for Evans to make it through
  • without cracking up.
  • "Hi, I'm Captain America.
  • Whether you're a student or a soldier, there's one thing that will always give you an edge:
  • A hot lunch."
  • Room to vroom
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp was packed with plenty of car chases through San Francisco, a city
  • full of steep hills, big curves, and tons of traffic.
  • In this blooper, Paul Rudd gets into character as he prepares to shoot one of those sequences:
  • “Good scene, everyone, let’s have lunch.”
  • “Best scene in the movie!”
  • “Is it bad if I start saying this, ‘Vroom vroom, vroom vroom vroom!’”
  • Stan the Man
  • An MCU movie made in the last few years just wouldn't be complete without a Stan Lee appearance,
  • and Ant-Man and the Wasp had one of the legendary creator's best cameos.
  • As Scott Lang, Hope Van Dyne, and their associates battle bad guys through the twisty streets
  • of San Francisco, Lee shows up as a guy whose car gets shrunk by Ant-Man's signature technology:
  • "Well, the '60s were fun, but now I'm paying for it."
  • It turns out that's just the take filmmakers decided on; they had Lee go through a huge
  • list of funny possibilities.
  • "Aw no, my sandwich was in there!"
  • "Well, at least now I'll be able to park in San Francisco."
  • Great job, Heidecker!
  • The two Ant-Man movies are pretty much the funniest of all the MCU standalone flicks.
  • The casts of both feature performers with a knack for comedy, including Walton Goggins,
  • Michael Peña, Randall Park, and Judy Greer.
  • Even so, it's a pleasant surprise for viewers to suddenly encounter Tim Heidecker, a comedy
  • innovator known for his bizarre, boundary-pushing work on cult TV favorites like Tim and Eric
  • Awesome Show, Great Job!
  • In Ant-Man and the Wasp, he plays the leader of a San Francisco Bay boat tour guide.
  • Some of Heidecker's best lines were unfortunately left for the blooper reel though.
  • “I freak for whales.
  • I've loved them ever since I was a kid.
  • I'm not trained really, or know anything about biology.
  • I've memorized some things, but I couldn't go deep.
  • Did you say Wakanda?
  • Black Panther is a crowning achievement in filmmaking, and it also gave the world one
  • of the all-time great movie catchphrases.
  • It even makes an appearance in Avengers: Infinity War.:
  • "Wakanda forever!"
  • Since Black Panther's release in early 2018, millions have flashed each other the crossed-arms
  • salute.
  • By now, everyone knows how to say "Wakanda" correctly, but during the film's production,
  • a few cast members had trouble getting it down.
  • In this clip, neither Martin Freeman or Danai Gurira are confident in their ability.
  • “The thing that was on your arm?
  • Is from Wakanda?”
  • “Wakanda will neve ----BLEEP!”
  • Doctor of dance
  • Doctor Strange was a harder sell than your typical superhero movie.
  • After all, Doctor Stephen Strange's powers come from an ability to connect with the worlds
  • of mysticism and magic.
  • To effectively ground that in reality, the filmmakers required the services of actor
  • with extensive classical training and an impressive résumé full of award-winning dramatic roles.
  • That actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, who earned widespread acclaim for his work in Sherlock
  • and The Imitation Game.
  • But who knew that Cumberbatch could be so silly?
  • Underneath all the pomp and circumstance, he's just as goofy on set as a wacky comic
  • actor.
  • Judging from this blooper reel, he's especially down to get down, breaking into dance routines
  • while filming his scenes.
  • It's apparently contagious, because most of his co-stars got in on the dance craze, too.
  • Asgard's funniest home videos
  • One of television's longest-running hits is America's Funniest Home Videos.
  • Debuting in 1990, this long-running series has delighted the masses with miles of poorly-shot
  • and grainy footage of grown men getting hit in the private parts.
  • The MCU movies, for all their big-budget set pieces, aren't immune to that simple joy getting
  • included on the blooper reel.
  • "Did I hit your testicle?"
  • "I'm fine."
  • Comedy Gold(blum)
  • In the '80s and '90s, Jeff Goldblum brought a disarming charm and off-center sensibility
  • to his roles in otherwise straightforward movies like Jurassic Park and Independence
  • Day.
  • In doing so, he made them much better than they otherwise could've been without him.
  • It makes sense then that when director Taika Waititi took the Thor movies in a cosmic and
  • comedic direction with Thor: Ragnarok, he brought Goldblum in for a role.
  • Goldblum plays the Grandmaster, the most hedonistic of all the Elders of the Universe.
  • The actor brings his trademark looseness and an almost jazz-like approach to the movie,
  • which is noticeable even when he's goofing off between takes.
  • “Watch this.”
  • "Loki, take it away."
  • The cape can't cope
  • Thor's wardrobe is about as eye-catching as the lightning that often accompanies the character.
  • In addition to Chris Hemsworth's own indisputable good looks, Thor usually rocks a tight metal
  • shirt, rad pants, and one undeniably great cape.
  • But while the accessory might be stylish, it can be pretty temperamental.
  • On the set of Thor: The Dark World, Hemsworth tries his best to act, but he has trouble
  • due to an unpredictable co-star: His cape.
  • Iron Man can't suit up
  • Science fiction films and superhero movies are full of mythology, backstory, and their
  • own sets of rules.
  • Iron Man 3 is a sci-fi film as well as a superhero movie, and it's got a lot specific words and
  • jargon its actors need to clearly and slowly deliver so the action around them makes sense.
  • It's a delicate balance to nail the terminology that's been part of a comic or cinematic universe
  • for years so it satisfies both hardcore and new fans alike.
  • That's why Marvel and its filmmakers hire top-notch talent to deliver the written lines.
  • Actors like Robert Downey Jr. have the training, skill, and talent necessary to say all that
  • technical talk in a believable way.
  • Still, sometimes it's hard to get those words out, because even for an actor of Downey's
  • caliber, there's a lot to remember.
  • In Iron Man 3, Tony Stark has to recall his various super-suits.
  • There are a lot of them, and in this blooper, Downey Jr. needs the assistance of the Heartbreaker
  • armor to help out the armor whose… name escapes him.
  • "Heartbreaker, will you help… what's his name?
  • Red snapper?"
  • Wild, wild goat
  • While the MCU movies enjoy a lot of cast overlap for their various superheroic characters,
  • Black Panther came out of nowhere to introduce many fantastic characters to the Marvel Cinematic
  • Universe.
  • It also had the added benefit of making huge stars out of the actors and actresses who
  • portrayed them.
  • Chadwick Boseman had attained some fame after playing Jackie Robinson and James Brown in
  • 42 and Get On Up, respectively, while Lupita Nyong'o achieved her breakthrough with 12
  • Years a Slave.
  • Now they're A-listers thanks to their roles at the top of the cast of this superhero action
  • blockbuster.
  • Danai Gurira established a big-screen career for herself beyond her role as the katana-wielding
  • Michonne on The Walking Dead, but in this blooper, she's quickly and effectively upstaged
  • by yet another breakout MCU star: a goat.
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The bloopers from the Avengers films might be some of the funniest we've seen in a while. In fact, they're so funny that it's hard not to fall in love with the films all over again.

In the realm of superheroes, especially Norse mythology-derived superheroes, you're only as good as your accessories. Thor has quite a few: his long red cape, his long blond hair, and his mighty hammer Mjolnir. When it comes to his hammer, it's so tough and unbreakable that it took the might of Hela, the goddess of death, to finally break it in Thor: Ragnarok. Maybe they got the idea for that moment from this blooper in which Thor's magical hammer sure seems like a very breakable prop.

One of the few things as iconic as Thor's hammer in the MCU is Captain America's shield. It's about as classic as superhero equipment gets and it's so powerful that Cap routinely busts through walls and locks with it. Unfortunately, the real prop shield they use in the filming is a lot less useful than its fictional counterpart.

Watch the video for more Bloopers That Will Make You Love The Avengers Even More.

Not so tough props | #
Vocal flubs | #
Hulk run away! | #
Short-circuiting Vision | #
Not so serious | #
Captain America's hot tip | #
Room to vroom | #
Stan the Man | #
Great job, Heidecker! | #
Did you say Wakanda? | #
Doctor of dance | #
Asgard's funniest home videos | #
Comedy Gold(blum) | #
The cape can't cope | #
Iron Man can't suit up | #
Wild, wild goat | #