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Watch the 'Jupiter's Legacy' cast completely butcher the film's plot with 'Mash Libs'

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"You know it's gonna be funny!"

Video Transcript

JOSH DUHAMEL: Hi, I'm Josh Duhamel. We are with "Jupiter's Legacy" and we're about to do some Mad Libs.

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Six ordinary people were once given extraordinary powers that would impact them in the world of the next 100 years. "Jupiter's Legacy" spans a century, following a family grappling with the pressures of being superheroes in the present day, while also revealing their journey in 1929 to become those superheroes. As these eight episodes progress, their stories unfold across timelines and we're introduced to their children and the next generation of young, disillusioned heroes. What we're left with is a shocking end that blurs the lines of good and evil.

IAN QUINLAN: Randy.

ANDREW HORTON: Don't be giving away my superhero name, man.

IAN QUINLAN: Hey, Randy Andy, that's what you wanted.

ELENA KAMPOURIS: Sloths.

IAN QUINLAN: Yes.

ELENA KAMPOURIS: Sloth team represent today.

IAN QUINLAN: Let's rock and roll.

IAN QUINLAN: Hey! Super bad ass sloths.

ELENA KAMPOURIS: Live up to my legacy.

LESLIE BIBB: Python. I'm very on brand for Australia. I'm in Australia. We talk about snakes every day. They're everywhere here.

JOSH DUHAMEL: Yeah, it's a dangerous--

MATT LANTER: I've just learned there are no snakes in Hawaii.

JOSH DUHAMEL: No.

LESLIE BIBB: And there's no-- there's nothing poisonous in-- are there snakes in New Zealand? I don't think so, but there's definitely no poisonous snakes in New Zealand. Like, if everything can kill you in Australia. Nothing can kill you in New Zealand.

ANDREW HORTON: 14.

LESLIE BIBB: Noise?

MATT LANTER: Belching.

ELENA KAMPOURIS: Narwhals.

JOSH DUHAMEL: Vultures.

LESLIE BIBB: You guys are going very animal-themes on this one.

IAN QUINLAN: Wasted.

LESLIE BIBB: Volcanoes.

ANDREW HORTON: Badass.

IAN QUINLAN: Elena, what do you want?

ELENA KAMPOURIS: Oh. Now I'm blanking! A plural noun, there's tons of pressure. Cavemen.

ANDREW HORTON: Nice, nice.

MATT LANTER: Teensy.

LESLIE BIBB: What did you say?

MATT LANTER: Teensy. You already know it's going to be funny.

LESLIE BIBB: Picture.

JOSH DUHAMEL: Pudding. Pudding.

LESLIE BIBB: Use pudding because it's funnier.

MATT LANTER: All right, in this story, six Randy people were once given extraordinary sloths that would impact them and the python over the next 14 years. "Jupiter's Legacy" spans a century, following a family belching with the pressures of being narwhals in the present day, while also revealing their journey in 1929 to becoming those narwhals. As their vultures unfold across timelines and we're wasted to their volcanoes, the next generation of young, badass cavemen. What we're left with is a teensy end that blurs lines of good pudding.

LESLIE BIBB: Oh brother.

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