Robert Downey Jr. led the Avengers on a comical parody as they prepared for the release of their latest movie Avengers: Infinity War.
The movie dropped in the US on Friday following several months of anticipation, but for those of you who haven't seen it, there aren't any spoilers; don't worry.
Said Avengers usually gather—or assemble, as they like to call it—to save the earth from various monstrosities. But ahead of Infinity War's release, they came together to do something a little unusual.
The cast, led by Robert (who plays Tony Stark/Ironman), got together to serenade fans with what was actually a great remix of the song from an American classic, The Brady Bunch.
The clip, which is posted below for your viewing pleasure, was aired during Wednesday's The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. And the stars stayed true to tradition, popping up in front of the famous, blue background in different squares
Robert Downy Jr starts it off with: "Here’s the story of a playboy genius who was gearing up to form some sort of crew."
And he's joined by Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), who goes: "One's a former Russian spy."
"A God of thunder," Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, chimes in, with Chris Evans (Captain America) adding: "One fought in World War II."
Chris Pratt from Guardians of the Galaxy goes in hard with: "Here's the story of a handsome Star-Lord like the greatest to walk the earth, by far."
Anthony Mackie (Falcon) quickly drops his job description, while Benedict Cumberbatch, or Doctor Strange, calls himself a magic doctor, leaving Black Panther Star Chadwick Boseman to cap it off with simply "Wakanda forever."
That isn't all, though. Earth's Mightiest Heroes all come together to belt out: "So then one day all the heroes were assembled, to fight a villain who packed much more than a punch.
"And this group was labeled the Avengers, that’s the way we all became the Marvel Bunch."
Of course, Loki (Tom Hiddleston) arrives at the very end with a friendly greeting for his brother Thor, who quickly orders him to shut up.
The Avengers are usually a comical bunch, yet this short clip has shown them in an even more surprising light. Hopefully, you'll enjoy the movie as much as you enjoyed the Marvel Bunch jingle.