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Brie Larson & Scarlett Johansson on First Kisses, Fan Tattoos, and 'Avengers: Endgame'

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Brie Larson & Scarlett Johansson on First Kisses, Fan Tattoos, and 'Avengers: Endgame'
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  • Hey, you two.
  • How long-- did you know each other
  • before this movie got underway?
  • Yeah.
  • Yes.
  • We did.
  • Where did you meet and how long have you known each other?
  • I want to hear the whole story.
  • Did you text each other?
  • Did you hang out?
  • We did.
  • You don't remember how we met?
  • I do.
  • I thought you--
  • How did we meet?
  • At dinner.
  • No!
  • Yes we did!
  • Clearly, it made an impression on me,
  • but somebody else didn't care.
  • We had dinner on New Year's Eve.
  • We worked together.
  • Oh my god!
  • Oh my god.
  • Oh my god!
  • It's the truth!
  • Bad, bad!
  • I didn't--
  • Shame on you.
  • --even think about that, because I just
  • felt like I was basically a glorified extra
  • and you were Scarlett Johansson.
  • So I was just like, wow.
  • What movie?
  • I noticed you, Brie.
  • I noticed you.
  • What movie?
  • That's not true.
  • You were not a glorified extra.
  • Yeah, we did this movie called Don Jon that was directed
  • by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
  • And we did we--
  • a couple since then.
  • That's true.
  • Yeah, that's true.
  • Oh, man.
  • You worked more with--
  • Wow.
  • And then New Year's Eve you had dinner.
  • That's quite a night to have dinner.
  • Did y'all-- I mean, was it a party or was it--
  • I had a party and Brie came because she
  • came with a friend, a mutual friend of ours.
  • Yeah.
  • And then we had like an eight-course dinner together.
  • Yeah.
  • So, you know, casual.
  • Wow, that's nice.
  • Yeah.
  • It's how it goes.
  • I think I had something that night, but thanks
  • for inviting me anyway.
  • [LAUGHING]
  • And you both have lot in common because you both started
  • acting as children.
  • Uh, well, yeah.
  • And how old were you.
  • I mean, I auditioned.
  • I don't feel like I started working
  • until like three years ago, but Scarlett was a working actress.
  • I was a kid actor.
  • Yeah, I was a kid--
  • Is that--
  • That's not me.
  • That's me.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • [LAUGHING]
  • I thought-- I was like, uh--
  • That is you.
  • Yeah, because it says my name, so you know that it's me.
  • So wait a minute.
  • That is so cute.
  • So what did you-- how old were you when you started working?
  • I was like that age.
  • I was six, seven?
  • Seven, yeah.
  • So you auditioned but you didn't start working until--
  • I mean, you're saying you're noticed now, but what is that?
  • Oh yeah, that was my first job.
  • What was that?
  • That was called Roadkill, Easy Bake Oven.
  • [LAUGHING]
  • Are you serious?
  • It was quality, quality work.
  • What kind of name is that for a child to--
  • It was a fake commercial for Jay Leno.
  • I love my look.
  • I kind of want that look again.
  • I think that's back.
  • It is basically back, yeah.
  • Look at me styling.
  • Yeah, that was my first job.
  • You could bring it back.
  • Now I heard that you can't remember
  • if you had your first kiss on screen or off-screen.
  • How is that possible?
  • Is that true?
  • Yeah.
  • I don't know what that says about who I was kissing.
  • Like you blocked it out?
  • I guess I blocked it out.
  • Does that mean it was bad?
  • Yeah.
  • It doesn't mean it was good.
  • Yes.
  • It definitely wasn't good.
  • No, it was bad.
  • How early back-- what's the first kiss you can remember?
  • What's the first kiss you can remember?
  • I can remember in sixth grade, like--
  • Like 12, 11?
  • Yeah.
  • Yeah.
  • 12 or 13, that was my first kiss.
  • It was like, you know--
  • At a party?
  • Spin the bottle.
  • Yeah.
  • Remember spin the bottle?
  • I went away from the bottle.
  • I was too nervous about it, probably because I
  • didn't want to kiss anybody.
  • Right.
  • Clearly you don't like kissing.
  • No.
  • No.
  • Do you remember your first kiss?
  • I remember my first kiss, but I didn't like the person that I
  • kissed, and so I just decided--
  • Who was it?
  • Say their name.
  • No.
  • Yeah.
  • And was it the French kiss?
  • OK!
  • I don't-- I don't remember if--
  • I don't think so.
  • I think it was like one of those gross in-between ones
  • that's sort of like, ugh, ugh.
  • I think that's the--
  • I know.
  • That's what it was.
  • Like early on when you're learning your kiss,
  • you really don't--
  • it's just, you don't really know.
  • You don't know what you're supposed to do--
  • Right.
  • --like with your teeth.
  • Yeah.
  • The whole thing is just, ugh, gross.
  • See, that's why you don't remember.
  • Yeah, you're lucky you blocked it out.
  • I feel like if it was like that, I'd remember it.
  • So I think mine was probably just super benign.
  • Let's talk about homecoming again.
  • All right.
  • Let's talk about the movie-- the last time you were here,
  • you were just about to do that big fancy movie, Captain
  • America, right?
  • Marvel.
  • Exactly.
  • Uh huh.
  • Captain Marvel.
  • Thanks so much.
  • I don't know it that was a joke or not.
  • I never know with comedians.
  • Oh god.
  • And it mad a billion dollars.
  • [CHEERING]
  • A billion dollars.
  • I just think that number's so funny.
  • I feel like a billion dollars is something
  • you say in hyperbole like, I made like a billion dollars.
  • Like it made a lot of money.
  • But, like, no, it actually made a billion dollars.
  • But it did make a billion dollars.
  • And you actually shot this one first though, right?
  • Yeah.
  • We shot-- she came on the set while they were still--
  • I don't even think there was a script for Captain Marvel,
  • but they were shooting it like, tomorrow, basically,
  • which is kind of, you know, the MO over at out--
  • At out home?
  • At our home now, Marvel-land.
  • Yeah.
  • And it was-- but I think it kind of worked for the, like, it
  • worked for us anyway.
  • It probably didn't work for you very well.
  • I was very stressed about it.
  • We're like, oh, who's the new girl?
  • They're like, so, what are your powers?
  • And I was like, I don't know.
  • I'm not sure where I end up with my origin story, sorry.
  • Yeah, well, how could you?
  • Because you hadn't really-- it was backwards, sort of.
  • Yeah.
  • All right.
  • We're going to take a break.
  • We're going to talk about other things after this.
  • We'll be back.
  • So the premiere--
  • That looked serious.
  • Yeah.
  • And everybody is in it, like everybody.
  • Yeah.
  • Just, it's like every movie from-- there was a shot.
  • I don't know-- do we have that shot available of the overhead
  • of all the trailers?
  • What?
  • Where?
  • I mean, look at--
  • That's Roberts camp.
  • And then where's ours?
  • That's crazy.
  • Yeah, that is crazy.
  • It really is.
  • And like you were saying--
  • have you seen the movie?
  • Or you're seeing--
  • No.
  • --tonight for the first time?
  • Oh yeah.
  • We're seeing it tonight.
  • We will be seeing it tonight.
  • Yeah, with all-- like, the whole--
  • there's going to be two-- they built this crazy theater
  • in the convention center here in LA,
  • and there's going to be 2,000 fans
  • and it's going to be bananas.
  • Yes it is.
  • Because people have been waiting for a long time.
  • And people go-- there's tattoos--
  • I know that y'all have given yourselves tattoos for--
  • right?
  • Well minus Mark, because he chickened out.
  • Yeah, that's right, Mark, you chickened out.
  • But it's like-- they're kind of like a-- sort of like
  • an Avenger symbol with a little kind of--
  • Oh there's-- whose is that?
  • That's Robert's, I think.
  • Is that a pile of hair above-- that's gross?
  • What is that?
  • Yeah, why does it--
  • Ew.
  • Like, wait to take that picture.
  • Why did he have so much hair on the inside of his forearm?
  • Yeah, that's a lot of hair on the inside of the forearm.
  • Huh.
  • That's gross.
  • Forget that part, but--
  • But then fans have tattoos of all of you.
  • There's some crazy tattoos that fans have gotten.
  • Yeah.
  • Like the entire back.
  • I've seen some of them.
  • The entire back?
  • Yeah, there's one-- well--
  • What?
  • Oh no!
  • Wait a second!
  • Yep.
  • On a hand?
  • Wait a second.
  • Oh!
  • Look at that.
  • Wait, I'm on someone's back?
  • Yeah.
  • That looks like the bride of Chucky.
  • Get out of here!
  • Yep.
  • That face is-- ooh.
  • Oh, snap.
  • That's my resting face.
  • Yeah.
  • [LAUGHING]
  • That looks bana--
  • I know.
  • That one's not bad.
  • I mean, that's beautiful.
  • What's in the middle of my forehead?
  • Oh, that's someone's skin.
  • That's someone's skin, yeah.
  • And someone's mole that is now on your--
  • on your forehead.
  • They just incorporated it.
  • Yeah.
  • Wow, my nose looks crazy.
  • Oh my--
  • That's not bad.
  • What's the weirdest thing that you've seen--
  • Wow, that looks really good.
  • --merchandised?
  • You look hot in that one.
  • Wow!
  • I mean, I feel like a new sense of pressure,
  • like as a person to like, not be a giant embarrassment
  • to someone.
  • Because that's going to be a lot of work to cover up if, uh--
  • Yeah.
  • I think it looks good.
  • I like it.
  • Maybe another actress comes along
  • that looks similar to that and they don't have to change it.
  • So they can just change over it.
  • Yeah.
  • I feel like you could turn that into like Angelina
  • Jolie as Maleficent, like, very easily.
  • So that's fine.
  • For sure.
  • Yeah.
  • For sure.
  • Yeah.
  • OK.
  • All right, we're going to take a break and we'll play a game.
  • Do you want to play a game?
  • I don't know.
  • Is it scary?
  • Because the last time I was--
  • [LAUGHING]
  • I just want to make sure that--
  • No.
  • Is anyone coming out?
  • No.
  • Cause I am ready this time.
  • OK.
  • No, we're not going to--
  • You're going to punch somebody.
  • Yeah.
  • I know.
  • We saw you push a Jeep up a hill.
  • We're not going to scare you again.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • All right.
  • That was cool.
  • I felt bad about myself, but [INAUDIBLE]..
  • By the way, so she pushes a Jeep up the hill
  • to get ready for the movie.
  • What did you do?
  • Um, you know, I watched a lot of videos
  • of her pushing the Jeep up the hill, basically.
  • And I kind of enter on.
  • I'm sort of like her spirit--
  • Look at her.
  • She's actually pushing a Jeep up the hill.
  • Yes.
  • I mean, that's-- you're fierce.
  • Yeah, that's incredible.
  • Yeah.
  • That's not--
  • Yeah!
  • [CHEERING]
  • We'll take a break.
  • Hi, I'm Andy.
  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel
  • so you can see more awesome videos,
  • like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things,
  • like ball peen hammer, and also some videos of Ellen
  • and other celebrities, if you're into that sort of thing.
  • [SCREAM]
  • [BLEEP]
  • [BLEEP]

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Brie Larson admitted to Ellen she doesn’t remember her first kiss, while her “Avengers: Endgame” co-star Scarlett revealed she made an active choice to have a do-over with hers. Plus, Scarlett helped Brie remember the first time they met each other, and chatted about their first acting gigs as kids. The Marvel stars also have a lot of dedicated superfans in the comic book world, and they didn’t hold back their reactions when Ellen showed them real tattoos of their superhero alter egos on fans’ bodies.