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Dashing Dads Get Dapper at "Marvel's The Avengers" Premiere! (Photos)

Robert Downey Jr

On the red carpet for movie premieres it is usually the ladies who get all the attention, but at the world premiere of the much anticipated Marvel’s The Avengers directed by Joss Whedon (of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame) the men were the ones who stole the spotlight.

Sure, there was the ultra hot Scarlett Johansson who sizzled (but when doesn’t she), but the power of the dashing dads were in full effect.

Check out the celebrity dads and their dashing duds at the Marvel’s The Avengers premiere:

  • Robert Downey Jr 1 of 7
    Robert Downey Jr
    Robert Downey Jr.? He cleans up well and in an eggplant hued suit no less, not every man could carry off this look.
  • Mark Ruffalo 2 of 7
    Mark Ruffalo
    Yes, Mark Ruffalo looked handsome as usual, but his wife Sunshine shone even brighter. What a stunning couple.
  • Chris Cornell 3 of 7
    Chris Cornell
    The Soundgarden front man still looks hot after all these years.
  • Chris Hemsworth 4 of 7
    Chris Hemsworth
    Chris Hemsworth isn't a dad yet, but he will be soon! He and wife Elsa Pataky are expecting their first child soon.
  • Jon Favreau 5 of 7
    Jon Favreau
    The one time actor now full time director wore black to the premiere, you can't go wrong with basic black!
  • Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey 6 of 7
    Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey
    Robert Downey Jr. and his wife Susan who just gave birth a couple months ago to their first child.
  • Samuel L. Jackson 7 of 7
    Samuel L. Jackson
    Casual and always cool, Samuel L. Jackson looked totally dapper on the red carpet.
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Photos: PacificCoastNews and PR Photos

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