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Ant-Man Joins Team Cap in Captain America: Civil War Clip, Plus Check Out That Rad Ant-Man Action Figure


Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Paul Rudd, Anthony Mackie, Chris Evans, and Sebastian Stan appeared and brought with them a new Captain America: Civil War clip featuring the scene in which Rudd (as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man) joins Team Cap. Of course, Rudd being Rudd, the scene is pretty funny, and let’s be honest: what he does in that scene is exactly what we would do ourselves if we ever had the chance to meet Captain America. Don’t lie to yourself. It just is. I mean, I know I’d be shaking Cap’s hand for as long as humanly possible.

In addition to the clip, they premiered a new set of action figures. The stand-out is, once again, Ant-Man, whose action figure is miniaturized and comes in a “Pym Technologies” matchbox-style package. It’s a fine bit of packaging genius.

The actors also played a bit of a trivia game, answering questions about each other. Fun fact: Evans really loves The Little Mermaid, so much so that he’s memorized all the songs from that movie. You know who got that answer? His bro Mackie, of course. And when it came time to answer the trivia question about Mackie (which was, in which movie did he make his big break as Papa Doc), guess who answered “8 Mile!” with the quickness? Evans. Of course.

(via Collider)

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