“Flashback to First Kisses: Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson Share Hilarious Memories on Ellen Show”

On Monday evening, Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson sat down with Ellen to talk about their upcoming film Avengers: Endgame. During the interview, the two actresses shared their excitement about the movie and even played a fun game called Who Saves the World? Girls! where they teamed up against Ellen and tWitch. The episode is set to air on Tuesday, April 23, and also touched on topics like fan tattoos.

Brie and Scarlett: Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson talk Avengers: Endgame and more on the Tuesday episode of Ellen

Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson made an appearance on Ellen to talk about Avengers: Endgame and their personal experiences. During the show, they were asked about their first kisses. Brie couldn’t recall hers and said that she might have blocked it out, while Scarlett remembered hers but didn’t enjoy it because it was one of those awkward ones. Brie wore a white sweater with red, black, and white pants and black boots, while Scarlett wore a brown shirt and peach wide-legged pants. They also talked about the success of Captain Marvel, which Brie starred in and has earned over $400 million domestically and $1 billion worldwide.

Captain Marvel: Larson is coming off the incredibly successful Captain Marvel, which is the highest grossing movie of the year thus far, earning over $400 million domestic and $1 billion worldwide, which Larson thought was rather surreal

Brie Larson, who recently starred as Captain Marvel, is still in awe of the movie’s success. The film has dominated the box office, raking in over $400 million domestically and $1 billion worldwide. Larson finds it hilarious that the movie has made such an incredible amount of money, saying that a billion dollars sounds like an exaggeration. Interestingly, Larson actually filmed Avengers: Endgame before Captain Marvel, which caused her some stress as she wasn’t sure how her character’s story would unfold.

Back tattoo: Ellen then proceeded to show the actresses some of the tattoos fans have gotten featuring their characters' likenesses, including one of Johansson's Black Widow on someone's hand and Larson's Captain Marvel on someone's back

During a casual conversation on Ellen’s show, the topic of tattoos came up and Scarlett Johansson mentioned the tattoos that the cast got together during the original Avengers movie, except for Mark Ruffalo who didn’t participate. Ellen then showcased some tattoos that fans had gotten with the actresses’ characters’ likenesses, such as Black Widow on someone’s hand and Captain Marvel on someone’s back. Baffled by the revelation, Brie Larson expressed surprise at being on someone’s back, to which ScarJo made a playful joke about it looking like the Bride of Chucky.

Nuisance of pressure: After seeing more fan tattoos, Larson said, 'I feel a nuisance of pressure, as a person, to not be a giant embarrassment to someone, because that's gonna be a lot of work to cover up'

The growing number of fan tattoos has put pressure on Larson, who expressed her concern about not wanting to be a source of embarrassment for someone who got her tattooed on their body. She humorously described it as a “nuisance of pressure.” In a recent game show segment, Larson and her co-star played a game called Who Saves the World? Girls!, where they had to answer pop culture questions and stop a balloon from exploding by hitting a buzzer. The highly anticipated Avengers: Endgame movie will hit theaters on April 26th with opening weekend projections reaching as high as $300 million, which would break records.

Game time: Both Larson and Johansson also played as a team in a rousing game of Who Saves the World? Girls! against Ellen and tWitch

The fun and excitement continued with Larson and Johansson joining forces to compete in the thrilling game called Who Saves the World? Girls! They went up against Ellen and tWitch, making for an entertaining match.

Team: During their game of Who Saves the World? Girls! they had to answer pop culture questions and hit a buzzer to stop a balloon from exploding

Group: While playing their thrilling session of Who Saves the World? Girls!, the team had to tackle trivia questions about popular culture and beat the buzzer to prevent a balloon from popping.

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