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Let's just say the cast is clearly working through their issues of what went wrong in their battle against Thanos and who's to blame.

It looks like the cast of the "Avengers" films are still working through some of their issues, even as the "Endgame" looms.

They came together to read Jimmy Kimmel's children's book adaptation of the previous film in the saga, "Avengers: Infinity War," but it quickly turned into a very NSFW gripe session about what went wrong and who's to blame for it. Most everyone seemed to agree except for one person.

"F--king Thor," was a common refrain, but Chris Hemsworth was quick to defend himself. "At least I got close enough to him to actually go for something," he said of the Mad Titan Thanos. "Unlike the rest of the pathetic little losers ... They didn’t even really put a scratch on him."

He then proceeded to trash Chris Pratt's Star-Lord for his role in making things much worse because he got all upset about his "dead girlfriend" or whatever.

They were supposed to just be reading through the cute little picture book with rhyming text, but there were more asides than actual reading, with everyone making fun of the drawings of Thanos -- and Chris Evans and Don Cheadle noting his chin in particular resembling a certain part of the male anatomy -- or just complaining about whatever came to mind.

When Wakanda was mentioned, Cheadle lamented, "I didn’t get to go to Wakanda. You’d think they’d let the black characters go to where the black people were."

He also took issue with the book rhyming Groot with soot, and he wasn't the only one unimpressed. Scarlett Johansson called an image of her character in the book "unfortunate."

But there was a common consensus throughout the reading. No matter what happens in "Endgame," Thor is probably going to mess everything up.

"F--king Thor," Mark Ruffalo intoned.

This may be a children's book adaptation of "Avengers: Infinity War," but inviting the Avengers themselves to read it quickly turned it into an R-rated event, and a pretty damned funny one at that.

Things are looking very serious and very grim for the Avengers in the upcoming "Endgame," in theaters April 26.

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