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Avengers: Infinity War has been doing pretty well for itself having taken an estimated $630 million (£460m) at the worldwide box office for its opening weekend.
It just doesn't need any more promotion. But it can't be helped when the banter between our favourite actors is this funny. Some may disagree.
We love the fact Paul Rudd isn't above pranking his fellow Marvel co-star, Mark Ruffalo. Especially when it's a practical joke in revenge.
Way back in 2014 Mark Ruffalo lingered behind his pal Paul Rudd, pointing and miming 'is that Paul Rudd?' With an over-excited expression on his face.
Now, Rudd has called payback after he snuck up behind Ruffalo, who was giving a red carpet interview at the time and, recreating a moment from the San Diego Comic-Con four years ago, he mouthed 'Oh my God, it's Mark Ruffalo'.
And fans were all too quick to comment on the stark difference over the years and it's got nothing to do with Rudd.
Fans have taken to Twitter to comment on how different Mark Ruffalo looks in 2018 to his more youthful appearance in 2014.
One cheeky Twitter user commented: "Why does Mark Ruffalo look like he's aged 40 years in four years and Paul Rudd looks exactly as he did in Friends".
Another added: "Mark Ruffalo aged quite a bit in four years. He looks nice, though."
Age aside, it's clear the pair have a good working relationship leaving people longing for Ant-Man (Rudd) and Hulk (Ruffalo) sharing some screen time in the next Avengers movie.
Ant-Man wasn't in Avengers: Infinity War, but Paul Rudd is listed for the franchise's next instalment, which is expected in 2019, as reported by Bustle.
This is something Rudd will be excited about surely, in fact, he's been enthusiastic about pretty much everything Marvel related since appearing on our screens as Ant-Man.
Back in February, Rudd told Yahoo about a photo that was taken to celebrate Marvel Studios' 10th anniversary where he is seen grinning at the camera.
He said: "It just so happened that in the one [photo] they picked, everybody else was looking very serious and I'm sitting there grinning like the Cheshire Cat. All of that being said, it was very cool to be there. Stan Lee was sitting right there, and all the people from the movies.
"I remember thinking, 'there are a lot of people in the world who would be interested to be in this room right now'."
Can we take home a slice of his enthusiasm?