The Life List: Five fun facts about 2012's The Avengers

The famous post-credit shawarma scene (pictured) was actually shot after the movie's Hollywood premiere. PHOTO: CHALLENGCRS/TWITTER
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SINGAPORE - To mark the 10th anniversary of The Avengers, which was released in May 2012, here are five fun facts about the superhero flick you might not have known.

The famous post-credit shawarma scene - where the six Avengers, exhausted from saving the world, eat the Middle Eastern dish in silence - was actually shot after the movie's Hollywood premiere. The now beloved scene was born from an improvisation by Robert Downey Jr, who plays Tony Stark/Iron Man.

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