"The Avengers" Opens To A $200 Million Weekend Take To Break The All-Time Record - Scarlett Johansson Talks About Some of The Film's Goofs

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 7 May 2012

HOLLYWOOD - The Avengers opened at movie theaters and scored extremely big at the box office breaking the all-time weekend take at over $200 million.

The Marvel superhero movie literally left every other movie at the starting gate.

One of the film's stars Scarlett Johansson, who portrays Natasha Romanoff alias The Black Widow spoke with Pico de Gallo of Tittle Tattle Tonight and expressed that she was pleasantly shocked at the numbers that the film put up.

De Gallo asked the extremely attractive Johansson about some of the movie goofs. She grinned as she said that she isn't really supposed to mention them but the movie goers will surely see them.

Johansson pointed out that in the Central Park scene where The Hulk, portrayed by Mark Ruffalo, is sitting at a park bench feeding Cheetos to some of the park squirrels his green costume suddenly turns blue and then a few seconds later it reverts back to the green color.

She then noted that in one of her scenes where her character, The Black Widow, is fighting with the 7-foot-tall Swiss double agent the camera shows that she is not wearing earrings but moments later in subsequent fight shots she is shown wearing gypsy hoop earrings.

Johansson also revealed that for the first time the character of The Hulk went through the whole movie without wearing underwear.

When asked why, Scarlett turned pinkish and remarked that the actor Mark Ruffalo informed the director that he was allergic to boxer shorts so he was allowed to go underwearless in all of his scenes.

Scarlett laughed as she mentioned that in the beach scene where Captain America is shown talking to a college girl in a skimpy bikini swimsuit the camera pans to his shield and the Target Department Store red dot logo has somehow been placed over the white star and blue background.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: I spoke with Chris Evans who portrayed 'Captain America' and he informed me that the director actually decided to leave the red dot on the shield for that one beach scene after Target offered him $900,000.]

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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