Joe Russo is tired of losing in fantasy football. The main architect behind the starred AGBO Superhero League has just won one game all season and he has enough. Saturday morning, the filmmaker-turn-wannabe-fantaserye-star was launched in a campaign against his competition, which included the likes of Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Ryan Reynolds, Robert Downey Jr., and almost any other A -list Marvel star. He even went so far as to cast a shadow on Evans for his mishap on Instagram earlier this year, wondering how Captain America The star can manage his lineup when he is busy managing his fake OnlyFans page.
As one might expect, Russo’s video is another weekly that league participants capture to help ignite the fire and excite fans about keeping up with the league fantasy week after week. After all, every player in the league plays for a charity that will get a huge donation if their representative is able to win the league at the end of the year. To get as cutthroat as possible, Russo said THAT ONE he enlisted the help of comedian Mekki Leeper to help write his monologue.
“You take people̵7;s eccentricities and their habits, and then you can turn them into humor; the days are long, the work is hard, sometimes we are together on a set of 16 hours, so “We use a lot of humor to relieve tension,” Russo said. “My sibling [Anthony Russo] and I am very much in keeping the prescribed pleasure. We come from Community and Captured Development and when you are in a set of groups of comedians it is always very easy and we took that energy into our work at Marvel. “
Both Ryan Reynolds and Tom Holland had only one loss at the time as they were tied for first place. Other participants include ESPN analyst Matthew Berry, Chris Pratt, Simu Liu, Evans, Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Downey, Pom Klemetieff, Russo, Karen Gillan, Anthony Mackie, and Elizabeth Olsen.
“It’s great, it’s part of the fun. We’re all very close. It’s a very close family, many of us have worked together for almost a decade,” the filmmaker added. “Other people come into the family like Ryan [Reynolds] and Telephone [Liu] and everyone is very warm and welcome. This is a great way for everyone to stay connected emotionally and on a personal level, and then we enjoy getting pissed off with each other, we do it to be aware, so we create content that can be viral [and bring] awareness of charities. That’s the best part of it, it’s like roasting your friends for a good purpose. “
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