Jennifer Lawrence, Denis Leary, and 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Win When the Stars of Comic-Con Interview Each Other

Comic-Con attracts the world’s most famous actors, writers, and even rock stars. Before Yahoo’s interviews with them ended, we gave them each an assignment: Please write down one question for our next guest. And naturally, these luminaries of the big and small screens mostly wanted to know about bodily functions and weird personal predilections.

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Don’t believe us? Well, the creators of Cartoon Network’s Rick and Morty made the seemingly unflappable comedians of Archer blush when they asked, “If a butthole was elected president, what would its inauguration speech sound like?” Truly, a burning question for the ages, and one that temporarily stumped Judy Greer, Jessica Walter, Aisha Tyler, and Chris Parnell.

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The highbrow humor didn’t stop there. Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll’s Denis Leary refused to play softball with his one shot at a question, so he threw a hard one at T.J. Miller and the cast of Deadpool… which may be too graphic to recount here in its entirety. We’ll just say that a ruler would be needed to answer accurately. Miller turned it right around on the cast of Fantastic Four to inquire about the former fifth member of the super-group: “Was he just mediocre?” Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell were, well, less than amused, concluding that he didn’t get the job.

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A DC/Marvel crossover may also be in the works after The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. cast reached their hands across the aisle to the Gotham crew and asked if they’d be interested in an inter-series kickball game. Ben McKenzie was so ecstatic about the offer that he offered to cook a “lovely” tuna casserole. Is there anything that dreamy hunk can’t do?

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The X-Men: Apocalypse cast got the last laugh of the weekend when Jennifer Lawrence seized the opportunity in the best fashion possible: She asked the Legends of Tomorrow cast if they ever sharted at work. Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, and Ciara Renee could hardly believe that their show’s executive producer Marc Guggenheim has actually worked with an actress that had! He didn’t name names, but if we dig deep enough into his credits, we’ll find the answer. To IMDB! Or Yahoo will have to catch up with Guggenheim at Comic-Con 2016.