While the world is lining up to see “Avengers: Infinity War” in theaters, the cast of the film took a tour on James Corden’s double-decker bus of Los Angeles, visiting standard coffee shops and brunch places.
“There’s no tour for the stars to take, until now. That’s why I created ‘James Corden’s Star Star tour,'” Corden said, adding that he invested a lot of his own money and cash from “The Late Late Show’s” budget, so he really hopes stars will actually turn up for this tour.
Turns out, Corden’s worries were unnecessary, given that the “Avengers” cast showed up for the tour. Tom Hiddleston was up first, with Paul Bettany, Chris Pratt, Benedict Cumberbatch, Pom Klementieff, Zoe Saldana, Winston Duke, Sebastian Stan, Letitia Wright, Elizabeth Olsen, Don Cheadle, Anthony Mackie and Josh Brolin following.
Weapons, including “Vibranium and Infinity Gauntlets,” were prohibited on the tour. Their first stop was a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, which Corden described as a place where people run to get the star’s coffee should they want one. Cheadle was so mesmerized that he took a photo.
Then the bus drove past people waiting in line for a brunch, a sight previously unseen by Pratt.
“When you say, ‘waiting in line,’ what does that mean?” Pratt asked Corden.
“It’s like a red carpet,” Bettany clarified.
When Corden asked the team whether anyone died in “Infinity War,” awkward silence ensued until Bettany shouted, “Snitches end up in ditches!”
Then, the bus halted at a comic book store, where the cast signed books for surprised fans. When Mackie was handed a “Black Panther” comic, he shouted, “I wasn’t IN ‘Black Panther!'”
Lastly, the cast sang a beautiful rendition of “We Are the World,” of course with the lyrics changed. At one point, the cast sang, “We’ll probably be doing these movies until we have dentures.”
And that’s the end of the tour. Of course, one Avenger missed the memo and showed up late — Chris Hemsworth, who ended up taking the tour alone.
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