“Age of Ultron,” which premieres on May 1, is the eleventh film in the integrated series, and the second film to feature all six of the action elite, who sat down for an interview with “Nightline” to talk about making the new film and what went on behind the scenes.
While filming, Johansson’s fellow “Avengers” rallied around the 30-year-old actress, who gave birth to a daughter soon after shooting principal photography.
“On the last day of shooting, she could barely put a sentence together, but she timed it perfectly,” Evans said.
“Robert [Downey, Jr.] was like, ‘you’re going home now,’” she said.
Johansson said being pregnant during filming was “great” but she felt lucky to “have a very cushy, delightful job that I loved to go to every day.”
“I don’t think anyone’s ever made as much money during gestation as you did,” Downey told Johansson during the “Nightline” interview.
“I made more money pregnant than I’ve ever before,” she said, laughing.
The cast members talked about how much their characters have grown, and how they have changed in real life, since doing the first “Avengers” film together. For one, almost all of the six leads have kids now, except for Evans.
“Am I the only guy here without children?” Evans asked during the interview. “I don’t even know what to say about that.”
“You’re our child,” Hemsworth quipped.
Johansson teased Evans, telling him his “biological clock is ticking” so he should start a family soon.
“Being around babies, it’s my intellect level,” Evans said. “We like colors and shapes—“
“And boobs,” Johansson joked.