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James McAvoy & Mark Ruffalo Ride Unicycles on The Graham Norton Show, Impress Meryl Streep—Watch the Video!

9 January 2015 2:53 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

The Hulk and Professor Xavier, you have impressed the queen! In a joint appearance on the BBC's The Graham Norton Show that aired on Friday, Meryl Streep, aka the luckiest woman ever, got to not only share a sofa with Mark Ruffalo, who plays the green superhero in The Avengers series, and X-Men actor James McAvoy, but also watch them from a prime seat as they entertained her, and the world, by riding unicycles. The Oscar-winning actress appeared astonished, and maybe a little, well, freaked out...especially when the latter star took a spill onstage. McAvoy is set to star in a revival of the British comedy play The Ruling Class in London's West End, starting on Jan. 16. The Scottish star »

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