Transcript for 'Captain America: Civil War': Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany Visit 'GMA'
the house. You want to know why? Because we have Elizabeth Olsen and Paul bettany star as superheroes scarlet witch and vision in the new "Captain America" movie "Civil war." You know I don't know what this is. Not really. I know it's not of this world and powered loki's staff gave you your abilitiyies but its true nature is a mystery and yet it is part of me. Are you afraid of it? I wish to understand it. The more I do, the less it controls me. Whoo! The fans love it. We really see the two of you bonding in this clip and we know when the actual comics -- the two of you have a romantic relationship, your characters have a romantic relationship so how do we see that unfolding in this movie? You go. It's more about their connection as characters and being confused by their own abilities and having that in common and having where their power source from in common and that kind of just pure friendship, I think, I don't know what's going to happen later. But the foundation for something later. We don't know. That's above our fay grade. I love how you matched your glasses to Elizabeth's dress. I saw his glasses in a picture the other day and I was like, I should wear lilac. And so it begins. Paul, tell us about your transformation because there was nothing latex, that was all makeup that you were wearing to be vision. What was that like getting ready. It's about 2 1/4 hours. Every day. Every day. You can't sweat. You can't really sweat but it's pretty uncomfortable but you are being handsomely paid to be uncomfortable. I can think of plenty ways of being one of can and not being handsomely paid so I can't -- I don't like hearing actors complain. It was so, so difficult wearing that costume and then they get paid a fortune so you won't hear me complaining. Having said that, I've just complained for quite a long time. No, he never complains on set though and he's very uncomfortable and miserable just because you can't imagine being that physically constrained all the time but Paul never complains. He just sings instead. He sings. What's your go-to song? âª Get me out of here âª no, I do -- I go to a very safe place in my head, a place -- in fact, I think that's where the character comes from. I have to go to a place of total calm because otherwise you just want to go, get it off me. Get it off. I'm done. For the 2 1/2 hours or whatever it would take them to reset me. A lot of work, Elizabeth, went into your entrance, your first appearance on the movie screen and Twitter went crazy when they saw your -- I think we have video of it. The way you entered into the scene like that. Oh, that. Was that you? No. I did -- I mounted the landing. I did do -- You nailed it. I nailed it but also it's because I was only on set for a short period of time so there were a lot of things that I couldn't physically be around for. She's also literally the only person that's honest about it. Am I? Yes. Just such a great film. It is for everyone. I'll be seeing it for the second time with my kids. Thank you both for joining us this morning? Thank you. Pleasure. "Captain America: Civil war" is in theaters on Friday and we
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