The stars of Thor: Ragnarok regrouped in Hollywood last week (ends03Nov17) to stun fans with a live re-enactment of the blockbuster.
Castmates Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, and Tom Hiddleston stunned cinema fans by showing up in costume to show off their theater skills.
Hemsworth led the surprise skit, which was taped for broadcast on James Corden's late night TV show The Late Late Show, as Hiddleston camped it up as Loki and Goldblum's The Grandmaster wheeled around the makeshift stage on a scooter.
The trio was joined by Ruffalo, who showed up from the back of the theater wearing a Hulk costume, and Tessa Thompson, who stabbed a pillow 'to death'.
The thrilled audience gave the players a standing ovation at the end of the impromptu performance as Hemsworth and his cast took a bow.
The cinema surprise skit will air on Corden's show on Monday night (06Nov17).
Meanwhile, Thor: Ragnarok was a big hit at the North American box office over the weekend, taking in a release haul of $122 million - $20 million more than expected.
The second Thor sequel is now the biggest debut of all three Thor movies - Ragnarok is up 41 per cent over Thor: Dark World's opening weekend in 2013.