On Wednesday, the Avengers: Endgame star proudly shared a clip of himself and his pals enjoying the Tron rollercoaster at Shanghai Disneyland, which involved no shortage of frantic screaming from the action star.
After the ride, he howled with joy before jokingly stating, "I wasn't even afraid. It wasn't even that scary, was it?"
Besides surfing and intense workouts, it turns out the 35-year-old leading man is also a big fan of theme park rides. During a recent visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote Endgame, alongside Robert Downey Jr., Paul Rudd and Scarlett Johansson, he admitted that he might have taken his love of thrill rides too far at one point during a visit to California's Disneyland.
"I took my daughter [India, who's six years old] on [the Guardians of the Galaxy ride] when it was previously called the Tower of Terror or something and she wasn't tall enough and she was really upset," he explained. "I was like, 'Ah, forget this, come here.' So I grab a couple of Snickers bars and slammed them in the backs of her shoes, so, like, propped her up."
"So we're sitting in the chair and the thing is, I don't know how many hundreds of feet high, and we're at the top and I'm looking at her and the seat is massive on her. And I'm like, 'We beat the system, honey!'" he continued.
However, he soon regretted their deception. Because when the ride dropped, she flew up in her seat and he found himself holding onto her the rest of the ride!
"I was like, 'Maybe there's a reason there's a height [requirement]," he explained.
"Maybe!" Downey Jr. fired back.
"So don't do that, don't do that," he stated, sharing the moral to his story. "She's fine. She's well."