AceShowbiz - Turns out Chris Pratt wasn't the only one who took a video on the highly-guarded set of "Avengers: Endgame". Almost a week after the movie release in the U.S., Robert Downey Jr. shared a never-before-seen behind-the-scenes video of the blockbuster Marvel film.
In the newly-released video, Downey Jr. led the cast, including Chris Pratt, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth and Paul Rudd, to a joint sing-along of "happy birthday" to celebrate the premiere of his movie "Iron Man" in 2008. The actor wrote in the caption, "#Happy 11th #Birthday to the 1st #IronMan film, released on this day in 2008... #TeamStark #thankyou."
Also featured in the clip are Pom Klementieff, Tom Holland, Elizabeth Olsen, Chadwick Boseman, Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie, Danai Gurira and Sean Gunn. Some of them were dressed in costumes and makeups as their characters.
Hemsworth, who rocked Thor's new long hair and thick mustache, stole the scene in the video as he was seen fooling around and doing silly dancing with Pratt. Evans, meanwhile, couldn't hold himself from scratching his itchy hair in the middle of the sing-along.
"Chris Hemsworth dancing is my forever mood," one fan commented on the video. Others were grateful that Downey posted the clip online.
Previously, Pratt shared an "illegal" video which he took on the set as they prepared for the filming of an epic battle scene. Finding himself being surrounded by the starry cast, the Star-Lord depicter broke the no-camera rule to film his co-stars, including Mark Ruffalo, Dave Bautista, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Benedict Cumberbatch and Sebastian Stan.
"This is a really illegal video," Pratt said as the camera turned on himself. Evans then walked up to him and jokingly told him that he's in "big trouble" while throwing playful punch at his co-star. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor responded, "Big time."
Later, Olsen shared a similar video she took on the same occasion. Capturing the actors who were ready on position for the rehearsal, the video showed Rudd chatting animatedly with Pratt, while Holland sharing a friendly embrace with Downey.
Evans waved to the camera, while Hemsworth jokingly said that no camera was allowed on set as he pretended to get rid of it. The clip ended with a shot of Cheadle making a cool pose
"Avengers: Endgame" broke multiple records on its first week as it reached $1.2 billion within only several days after its release. The movie has grossed more than $450 million in North America so far and is predicted to rule domestic box office again in its second week.