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Jason Momoa and Robert Downey Jr are going to team up for Ellen’s Christmas TV special!


DC and Marvel have their own cinematic universe but now those two universes are going to collide as Jason Momoa and Robert Downey Jr are going to team up this Christmas!

Two of the most loved superheroes are taking a break from saving the universe in December to help chatshow host Ellen DeGeneres pass on some festive cheer to those people who deserve it most.

Jason Momoa and Robert Downey Jr are going to team up for Ellen's Christmas TV special!

 

A 3-part Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways Christmas special will air on consecutive nights in December month in which Ellen and her celeb friends go door-to-door to give “incredible gifts to unsuspecting people”.

Jason Momoa and Robert Downey Jr will be joined by Jennifer Aniston, Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy, Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther), Sterling K. Brown, Justin Timberlake, Chrissy Teigen and Michelle Obama. That’s going to be one insane star cast and we just can’t wait to see the special.

 

“This show is something incredibly special. We took a little bit of what we do on my daytime show and we went a million times farther with it,” shared DeGeneres.

She further added, “I can’t wait for everyone to see what we give away and how we change lives. All I can say is get a hanky and get it now.”

Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways will air on December 10, 11 and 12 on NBC at 8 pm ET.

Robert Downey Jr will be returning as Tony Stark (aka Iron Man) for the Avengers: Endgame prequel Black Widow, while Jason Momoa will also be returning for Aquaman 2.

 

Watch the Avengers goofing around in this hilarious Endgame blooper reel

Watch the Avengers goofing around in this hilarious Endgame blooper reel

 





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