This ‘Avengers’ Rendition Of ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire’ Is Going To Be Stuck In Your Head All Day

The cast of Avengers: Endgame joined forces with Jimmy Fallon to create a superhero version of this iconic Billy Joel song.

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The highly anticipated and slightly dreaded Avengers: Endgame hits theaters this Friday. Why is it dreaded, you ask? Well, things aren’t exactly looking good for our heroes. Infinity War ended with Thanos winning. This is the first time the Avengers have ever lost, and it was a massive defeat. Many of our favourite characters are dead, and while we know that Endgame will see the return of a few of them, we don’t know how many.

This film will undoubtedly be the darkest in the MCU yet, but our Avengers always know how to have fun, both on and off screen, and this press tour is no exception! Many members of the cast visited Jimmy Fallon on Monday night, and while there, they created a superhero version of the iconic Billy Joel song, We Didn’t Start The Fire. It recaps our heroes’ origin stories, and highlights some of the most fearsome villains. Not to mention that it is ridiculously catchy! And, in true Marvel fashion, it pays tribute to the incredible and beloved creator, Stan Lee. We can only hope that Endgame is as feel-good as this video (though we know it won’t be).

Listen to the superhero version of We Didn’t Start The Fire down below.

Avengers: Endgame Hits Theaters This Friday.

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