“Laughing Over First Kisses: Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson Recall Memorable Moments on The Ellen Show”

Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson had a chat with Ellen on Monday night to discuss their upcoming film Avengers: Endgame. They expressed their eagerness for the movie and engaged in a playful game called Who Saves the World? Girls!, where they joined forces against Ellen and tWitch. The episode, which talked about fan tattoos among other things, will be televised on Tuesday, April 23rd.

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

On an episode of Ellen, Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson discussed their roles in Avengers: Endgame as well as their personal lives. One topic that came up during the show was their first kisses. Brie couldn’t remember hers and joked that she might have blocked it out, while Scarlett remembered hers but didn’t enjoy it because it was awkward. The actresses appeared stylishly dressed, with Brie wearing a white sweater, black boots, and red, black and white pants, while Scarlett wore a brown shirt and peach-colored wide-legged pants. The conversation also touched on the success of Captain Marvel, which Brie starred in, grossing 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, the actress who played Captain Marvel in the recent Marvel Studios blockbuster, is still amazed by how successful the movie has been. With a domestic gross of over $400 million and a worldwide total of $1 billion, the film has taken the world by storm. Larson finds it amusing that the movie has made so much money and thinks that a billion dollars seems like an exaggerated number. What’s interesting is that Larson shot Avengers: Endgame before filming Captain Marvel, which caused her some anxiety as she didn’t know how her character’s storyline would play out.

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

While chatting on the Ellen show, Scarlett Johansson brought up the tattoos that the cast of the first Avengers movie got together, except for Mark Ruffalo who opted out. The topic then shifted to fans who had tattoos of the actresses’ characters, including Black Widow on a hand and Captain Marvel on someone’s back. Brie Larson was surprised at the dedication and Scarlett Johansson made a playful quip about one tattoo resembling 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'

Larson is feeling the weight of responsibility as fan tattoos with her likeness continue to increase in numbers. She has expressed concern about not wanting anyone to feel embarrassed for having gotten a tattoo of her on their body. In a light-hearted game show segment, Larson and her co-star recently played a game called “Who Saves the World? Girls!” where they had to answer pop culture questions and prevent a balloon from popping by buzzing in. The upcoming release of Avengers: Endgame is highly anticipated, with opening weekend earnings expected to break records, potentially reaching up to $300 million.

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 thrilling experience persisted as Larson and Johansson teamed up to participate in the exciting game of Who Saves the World? Girls! The game proved to be an entertaining match against Ellen and tWitch.

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

During their exciting game of Who Saves the World? Girls!, the group had to face tricky questions related to mainstream culture and race against the clock to keep a balloon from bursting.

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