Olympic divers are making a giant splash on the internet by acing the heck out of the viral “Avengers” swimming pool challenge.
A Twitter that’s racked up 6.9 million views since Sunday depicts British diver Jack Laugher, 24, and his fellow water wizards doing an aquatic reenactment of the epic “Avenger Assemble” scene from “Avengers: Endgame.”
One by one, they flip into the drink — and then the footage rewinds, making it appear as if they’re leaping out of the water into the classic poses of everyone’s favorite superhero squad.
Laugher pantomimes the classic Dr. Strange wizard fingers, Yona Knight-Wisdom, 24, strikes “Black Panther’s” Wakanda Forever pose, Noah Williams, 19, summons Thor’s hammer (footage of a thrown pingpong paddle cleverly played in reverse) and the rest of the aquanauts fall into line.
Featured in order of appearance: Laugher, Daniel Goodfellow, James Heatly, Matty Lee, Knight-Wisdom, Lucas Thompson and Williams.
The squad’s stunning aqua-batics display garnered them over 226,000 Twitter likes and responses such as “this is maybe the hottest thing I’ve seen in a while” and “this was really skillfully planned.”
However, this isn’t the first time the “Avengers Assemble” pool challenge has been attempted: Amateur videos of the attempted feat started making online waves last month.
Suffice to say, the professional rendition blows the rest out of the water.