Lilly went on to describe her on set experience and as you would expect, she had a great time.
“I had so much fun on the Avengers 4 film set because they made it like a party, it was right around Christmas time and it was just like they had this tent set up with Christmas carols, with Christmas lights, and music, so every time we would be on set or walk off the set we’d walk into this really festive environment and I was surrounded by all these rock stars who are super cool people in real life and we all got to know each other. Robert Downey Jr. would have us to his tent for lunch and we’d all sit down and have lunch together. It ended up being what I think a lot of fans think a lot of fans imagine its like on a film set with a bunch of film stars, which usually it isn’t. Usually film stars all go to their own trailers and disappear and don’t talk to one another and they get on the phone with their wife or their husband or their agent or their the CEO of a company that they’re running and they’ve got something to do during their lunch hour, and sometimes it can be a really lonely place to be, on a film set. But Avengers was the polar opposite of that. It was this community, and it was fun, and people were really warm and kind.”
Avengers stars Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner are now sporting matching tattoos.
Photos and videos posted to social media by Downey, Renner and tattoo artist Joshua Lord show the stars getting tattoos of the Avengers logo last week.
"Five of the original six Avengers got a tattoo," Downey told Entertainment Weekly on Monday. "And the sixth was the tattoo artist, who gave it to five of us, the one who opted out being Mark Ruffalo. It was (Scarlett) Johansson's idea, and she and (Chris) Evans did it in New York. Then, their New York guy, Josh Lord, who is amazing, flew out to LA, he did me, did (Jeremy) Renner, and then we just bullied (Chris) Hemsworth into doing it, and he got it."
"And each one of us drew a line on the artist with his own tattoo gun and it was a total massacre," the actor continued. "Each of us contributed to giving the tattoo artist the sixth tattoo that he designed for us. By the way, he's got another one on him that Scarlett did, which is beautiful, which is crazy, because the line she drew on him, which was just supposed to be a straight line, looked like a lightning bolt. It was a mess."
In one video on Downey's Instagram, he sends a message to Chris Evans.
"Hey Chris, we wish you were here dude, we love you Evans," Downey says in the video. Hemsworth then teases Evans, telling him, "We got all the Chris we need."
Chris Hemsworth: The Final Avengers Is 'Even More Shocking' Than Infinity War
The final Avengers movie is going to be a doozie.
If you were shocked by [Infinity War], I think the second one is even more shocking, for other reasons entirely. That’s what kind of blew me away the first time I read both scripts, is how they managed to orchestrate so many different characters but give them each their own separate shot and moments, and have it be elevated and feel fresh and unique—not just like a messy, thrown-together assembly of these guys.
The second one I’m probably even more excited about. Just for people to see. I just think it’s another step again. Each step we seem to take with these films, I’ve loved the fact that there’s been growth and evolution and it continues to surprise people as opposed to sort of flatlining, which was obviously always a fear—that they’d run out of ideas or run dry of creative excitement. For me, this whole experience has been incredible. In particular the last one.
He’s proud to be the first Avenger with a beard—and he’s got some feelings on Captain America’s facial hair in Infinity War.
I’d like to say I was the original, if that means anything. [Chris Evans] certainly, I feel like, copied me. Quite cheaply.
He’s buddy-buddy with the rest of the Famous Chrises.
I have different affections for different reasons. Chris Pine is my son, on screen, with our Star Trek history. Chris Evans is probably my closest Avenger friend. And Chris Pratt and I, it’s the freshest, newest friendship. So I’m thankful for all of their high-fives and good times that we’ve had.
Many fans can't help themselves, curiosity is part of fandom but why do sites do this? I know it's all about the clicks but why leak info and undermine a movie a year in advance that people have spent years (and hundreds of millions) working on?
Besides, there were so many fake scripts floating around there was a spoiler saying everything and anything for Avengers 3.