Avengers: Endgame and Captain America actor Chris Evans followed in the footsteps of Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Olsen and released his “banned” behind-the-scenes video of the epic fight against Thanos.

Evans tweeted out, “Video ban lifted! I guess I’m not the only one who broke the rules on this day of filming. (My camera work is annoyingly shaky).”

Like Scarlet Witch actress Elizabeth Olsen, Evans captured Thor actor Chris Hemsworth in a candid moment. The actor, who has his beard grown out, comes over to Evans towards the end of the video and says, “I’m just..” He then mouths an expletive.

Hemsworth previously playfully chided Elizabeth Olsen for taking a video on set telling her, “No cameras on set!” He then proceeded to bat his hands toward the camera.

Ironically enough, Evans also playfully joked with Chris Pratt during his “illegal video.” Evans told Pratt, “Yeah! Big trouble!” Evans then appears to playfully punch Pratt in the groin area.

It’s more than likely there are a number of these “banned” and “illegal” videos from more of the cast while they were all assembling to take on Thanos for a final fight to save the Earth, the galaxy, the universe, and their reality.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Olsen, Evans, and Pratt also have more behind-the-scenes video up their sleeves. Who knows it’s possible the videos might be included in the bonus features when the film is released on Blu-ray and DVD.

Avengers: Endgame is currently in theaters and the film has already crossed the $2 billion threshold at the box office. In fact, the film has grossed $2.18 billion in a little over two weeks. It’s currently the #9 movie of all time at the domestic box office and the #2 movie all time in the world. However, if you adjust for inflation it’s sitting at #42. It still has a ways to go if it plans on topping Gone with the Wind and Star Wars.

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