The ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Crew Went Bonkers Posting Behind-The-Scene Videos And Pics

It seems that after working for so long in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, manyof the stars from "Avengers: Endgame" have become a bit like their superherocharacters

It seems that after working for so long in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, many of the stars from “Avengers: Endgame” have become a bit like their superhero characters.

Or at least that’s what a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos and videos the cast and crew released this week — thanks to a spoiler ban being lifted for the film — indicates.

For instance, Chris Evans, who plays the upright Steve Rogers/Captain America, seemed nostalgic and very loving towards his MCU family.

Chris Hemsworth, much like Thor, was a total goof on set.

In some videos that Evans posted, Hemsworth not only jokes that he’s live tweeting on the top-secret set …

… but also does a silly semi-strip tease (or as much as one could do fully clothed and with a robe on).

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Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner/Hulk, also got kooky with his pal, Hemsworth.

Robert Downey Jr., who plays Tony Stark/Ironman, a snarky hero with a surprisingly soft side, posted a tender video that features an unused take of an emotional reunion in the film.

“#Spidey senses tell me a few of you were hoping for this moment...” Downey wrote.

“Endgame” directors Anthony and Joe Russo got in on the fun as well, posting an epic photo simply captioned, “Day 1 of ‘going for the head’ practice... ”

They also posted a fun “Avengers: Infinity War” throwback photo of Elizabeth Olsen (Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch) laughing during the filming of a scene in which her character’s partner, Vision (Paul Bettany), is being strangled.

And the Russo brothers made a great point about spoilers while posting a sweet photo of the late Stan Lee on the “Endgame” set.

All in all, it seems like these guys had a pretty epic time on set.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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