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- May 14, 2012
- Vol. 77
- No. 20
The Men of The Avengers: Hot Heroes
The Super Stars of the New Movie Relive Their Adventures in Male Bonding
PLAYS: Captain America
Which Avenger would win at poker? "Scarlett [Johansson]," says Evans, 30. Golf? "Sam." A street fight? "Hemsworth, but I'd give him a run for his money!"
"You got banged around every day," says Renner, 41. "Scarlett and I beat each other up pretty good. I love getting beaten up by Scarlett. Wouldn't you?"
Expecting his first child with wife Elsa Pataky, "I'm taking all the advice I can get," says the Aussie, 28. "[Robert] said becoming a father is the hardest, most rewarding ride of your life."
Robert Downey Jr.
PLAYS: Iron Man
The actors considered Downey, 47, their unofficial leader. He's not so sure: "Ruffalo, weren't you the one throwing the roof parties?"
PLAYS: The Hulk
"It's a funny group. There was a lot of backslapping, punching, wrestling," says Ruffalo, 44. But he based the Hulk's pent-up energy on son Keen, 10, "a force of nature."
Samuel L. Jackson
PLAYS: Nick Fury
Jackson, 63, says there's a simple reason why Downey became the gang's alpha male: "He had the plane!"
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