Mark Ruffalo HIGHlariously Proves He's Jimmy Fallon's BFF By Playing The Best Friends Challenge — Watch!

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Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. might be #ScienceBros but the actor's BEST friend is clearly Jimmy Fallon!

The 48-year-old stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday night and had a bit of fun with the late night host as the two tried to prove they were BFFs for National Best Friends Day by playing the Best Friends Challenge!

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During the game — which is basically the Newlywed Game for besties — the celebs do their best to guess each other's favorite sandwhich, worst fear, and of course their favorite superhero — and the results were HIGHlarious!

Ch-ch-check out the fun new late night game (below) and let us know if you think your best friend could answer the same questions!

Make sure to watch The Tonight Show weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on NBC!

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A week before Beyoncé rocked the world with Lemonade, she posted a trailer for the visual album on YouTube.

But according to a new lawsuit filed by an independent filmmaker, the high profile trailer totally ripped off his 2014 short film!

Matthew Fulks, who describes himself as both an indie filmmaker and creative director at Louisville based news station WDRB, claims Sony Music, Columbia Records, and even Bey's Parkwood Entertainment were aware of his short film Palinoia before filming Lemonade.

In the complaint, Fulks claims after being contacted about the opportunity to direct a video for the Columbia-signed group MS MR, links to Palinoia were sent to Columbia Record's Bryan Younce -- who has been credited on Bey's self-titled 2013 album.

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The lawsuit alleges that in July 2015, Younce sent Fulks an email with an invitation to submit a treatment for consideration by Columbia.

Five months later, filming began for Lemonade. Hmmm...

Fulks believes several elements of the Lemonade trailer were jacked from Palinoia -- including

[Image via YouTube/The Hollywood Reporter.]

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