Chris Evans (Captain America/Steve Rogers), left and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) in a scene from "Avengers: Age Of Ultron."
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LOS ANGELES: Superheroes Thor and Captain America might be serious about saving the world in Marvel's ensemble "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but actors Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans found themselves unable to keep a straight face while discussing the film. Amid laughs and irreverence in an interview with Reuters, Hemsworth, the 31-year-old, who plays Thor, and Evans, 33, who plays the role of Captain America, talked about the Marvel franchise and female characters. Hemsworth: I agree, there should be more female representation.Hemsworth: [If I] have it my way, I'd get rid of all of us, have an all female cast – women are smarter than men. My mom's smarter, so is my wife, so women [turns to Evans] you should leave this interview and women should lead the world.
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