Scarlett Johansson and five costars appear as Avengers: Endgame characters on collectible EW covers

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Scarlett Johansson and five of her Avengers: Endgame castmates appear in character on collectible Entertainment Weekly covers unveiled Wednesday.

The 34-year-old Golden Globe nominee joked she suffered from 'PTSD' in her effort to avoid spoiling the Russo Bros.' superhero flick hitting UK theaters April 25 and US theaters April 26.

PTSD - Press - Tour - Scarlett - Black

'I'm gonna have PTSD from this [press tour],' Scarlett - who plays Black Widow - lamented to the mag.

'I mean, honestly, it is so stressful. At the end of every day, I lie awake at night and I think about all the things I almost said. It gives me panic.'

End - Infinity - War - Mark - Ruffalo

On the shocking end of Infinity War, Mark Ruffalo compared the devastation to the current political climate.

'I always feel like somehow we're always one or two steps ahead of the political scene,' the 51-year-old Oscar nominee - who plays Hulk - said.

'You - Guys - People - Value - Winning

'You know, the bad guys win sometimes. And we lose good people. Unless you lose sometimes, you don't value winning - and winning doesn't mean anything. I feel like that has been this final journey into our…end game.'

Chris Hemsworth - who plays Thor - discussed the talented ensemble's real-life friendship seeping into the storylines.

Everybody - Relationships

'Knowing everybody, I feel like the personal relationships start to echo through,' the Australian 35-year-old explained.

'What you see, the authenticity of Iron Man and Captain America when we're on screen, there is a real friendship with Chris [Evans] and Robert [Downey Jr.]. Then it starts to just come through whether we like it or not.'

Friendship - Chris - Evans - Avengers - Leader

Speaking of friendship, Chris Evans likened Avengers leader Captain America to an 'old friend' since he's played him...
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