The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon delivered another music video to add to the Avengers: Endgame hype.
We are just days away from Avengers: Endgame arriving in theaters. The film doesn’t need much promotion but fans will take anything Marvel related to help hold them over. That’s where The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon can help.
We’ve already had an Avengers week in late night but with a cast as big as the one for Endgame, there are plenty of opportunities in late night. The best moments are always when multiple actors and actresses can get together at once. Jimmy Fallon has found yet another creative way to do this for the latest Avengers film.
If you’ll recall, Fallon helped the cast of Avengers: Infinity War with the music video for “The Marvel Bunch.” The parody of The Brady Bunch theme song was another viral hit for The Tonight Show that has over 20 million hits on YouTube.
Now that Avengers: Endgame will mark the 22nd film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are a lot of characters and plot lines to keep in mind. Fallon and the cast have come up with a catchy way of getting fans caught up on it all.
Did you get all that? Everything, and everyone, from Iron Man through Captain Marvel seemed to get a shout out in the Billy Joel spoof. While some actors, like Chris Evans, may have been a little more into it than others it was still great to see so many cast members playing along with Fallon.
Similar to how Jimmy Kimmel had the cast read a Thanos children’s book, this video from The Tonight Show tells us just as much about the actors and actresses as it does about the characters they play. A huge part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s success has been through the perfect casting of Robert Downey, Jr. Chris Hemsworth, Brie Larson and others.
When the actors and actresses are this likeable off screen, it only enhances the experience when fans watch Iron Man, Thor, and Captain Marvel on screen. Think about how many interviews Downey has done about Marvel movies. It’s no wonder fans are so attached to him because they get so much from him with each movie and each promotion cycle.
It also means that it will be just as crushing if any of these characters meet their end in Endgame. There are plenty of theories out there on who will survive and who won’t when the credits finally roll.
Fans have a lot to be thankful for when it comes to Marvel movies. There is also gratitude for all the great moments the Avengers have given us off screen and this latest clip from The Tonight Show is just another example. Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26.