Even director Joss Whedon wasn't safe from Evans and Renner's twisted vision.

"One time I yelled 'cut' and Jeremy turned to me and said 'what if someone just sat in the middle of our press tour and called a fictional woman a slut? Maybe the feminists on the internet would forget their trained routine of enjoying your films.' My jaw hit the floor and it never really came back up. That's when I thought, is he getting in character to play a problematic fave, or is a problematic fave something that's been in him all along?"

"Sometimes I would go to look into one of the cameras, and I noticed Chris had put something in the lens. It was stuff like 'What if you were thinking something along that line? Would your fave still be problematic?' and 'Lights. Camera. Complete whore.' I had to ask them to stop because I was getting too triggered to direct."