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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:03:53 AM   
Marwood

 

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Sounds interesting; Whedon's often said that the central "issue" of The Avengers is explaining why these guys are on a team or even in the same room but from what you've said it sounds like he's tackled that problem well. Hopefully it's a bit more than Fury, Coulson or whomever turning up to each and saying "You doing anything right now? I've got a bit of a problem".

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:11:39 AM   
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The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:22:57 AM   
Marwood

 

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ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:25:59 AM   
JIm R

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Marwood


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ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?


Sorry Marwood, the 'source' escapes me but it was to tie in with comments made upon the release of MI : GP when he said he felt more of a 'team' nucleus in making that than in Avengers and also said he felt he had basically an extrended cameo in Avengers and wasn't best pleased.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:37:22 AM   
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ORIGINAL: JIm R

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ORIGINAL: Marwood


quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?


Sorry Marwood, the 'source' escapes me but it was to tie in with comments made upon the release of MI : GP when he said he felt more of a 'team' nucleus in making that than in Avengers and also said he felt he had basically an extrended cameo in Avengers and wasn't best pleased.


Oh god I've been so positive about this film; im starting to have visions of X-Men: The Last Stand now...!!

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:40:29 AM   
JIm R

 

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ORIGINAL: waltham1979


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ORIGINAL: JIm R

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ORIGINAL: Marwood


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ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?


Sorry Marwood, the 'source' escapes me but it was to tie in with comments made upon the release of MI : GP when he said he felt more of a 'team' nucleus in making that than in Avengers and also said he felt he had basically an extrended cameo in Avengers and wasn't best pleased.


Oh god I've been so positive about this film; im starting to have visions of X-Men: The Last Stand now...!!


He said he wasn't made to feel very welcome and simply to turn up and do his scenes and bugger off. Certainly the trailer doesn't seem to dispute this 'theory' !

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 11:42:39 AM   
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Sounds interesting; Whedon's often said that the central "issue" of The Avengers is explaining why these guys are on a team or even in the same room but from what you've said it sounds like he's tackled that problem well. Hopefully it's a bit more than Fury, Coulson or whomever turning up to each and saying "You doing anything right now? I've got a bit of a problem".


See, I think that approach would kinda work with Iron Man and Cap, on the one hand you have someone you're trying to re-integrate into the world (and by the world, I mean the world of derring do heroism) and on the other someone who thinks the world revolves round them and you need them to be part of a bigger picture. So having Shield lean on them and their inner desire to do good, despite those two issues, works. My issue really came with how Thor would be pulled into it all, obviously his brother is involved so thats how to hook him, but it's not like they could just pick up the phone and go "Hey, Thor, your brother is being a twat, come and have a word". So to see how Thor actually becomes involved initially, sounds cool. Hulks recruitment sounds a little of a side thought, "How do we get him in? I know...Gamma radiation!" It works within the world I guess, but seems a pretty easy way to write him in. But yea, the assembly of the team and those first three set pieces detailed in the book cover around an hour I'd say, maybe a little more or little less; and it sounds pretty good.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 12:10:46 PM   
Marwood

 

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ORIGINAL: JIm R

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ORIGINAL: waltham1979


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ORIGINAL: JIm R

quote:

ORIGINAL: Marwood


quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?


Sorry Marwood, the 'source' escapes me but it was to tie in with comments made upon the release of MI : GP when he said he felt more of a 'team' nucleus in making that than in Avengers and also said he felt he had basically an extrended cameo in Avengers and wasn't best pleased.


Oh god I've been so positive about this film; im starting to have visions of X-Men: The Last Stand now...!!


He said he wasn't made to feel very welcome and simply to turn up and do his scenes and bugger off. Certainly the trailer doesn't seem to dispute this 'theory' !


Gotcha, thanks guys. Shame really as I'd hoped Hawkeye and Renner in general would only have been put in this if they had real significance to the ensemble. Hopefully Hawkeye isn't the Cyclops of the film (thinking X2 and Last Stand specifically). Also disappointing for Renner as those behind the scenes pictures of the New York filming (think I Watch Stuff but up a pretty big gallery) showed him joking around a lot with Evans and Johannson in particular so it seemed like there was a nice group bonding atmosphere going on.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 12:17:57 PM   
Marwood

 

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Sounds interesting; Whedon's often said that the central "issue" of The Avengers is explaining why these guys are on a team or even in the same room but from what you've said it sounds like he's tackled that problem well. Hopefully it's a bit more than Fury, Coulson or whomever turning up to each and saying "You doing anything right now? I've got a bit of a problem".


See, I think that approach would kinda work with Iron Man and Cap, on the one hand you have someone you're trying to re-integrate into the world (and by the world, I mean the world of derring do heroism) and on the other someone who thinks the world revolves round them and you need them to be part of a bigger picture. So having Shield lean on them and their inner desire to do good, despite those two issues, works. My issue really came with how Thor would be pulled into it all, obviously his brother is involved so thats how to hook him, but it's not like they could just pick up the phone and go "Hey, Thor, your brother is being a twat, come and have a word". So to see how Thor actually becomes involved initially, sounds cool. Hulks recruitment sounds a little of a side thought, "How do we get him in? I know...Gamma radiation!" It works within the world I guess, but seems a pretty easy way to write him in. But yea, the assembly of the team and those first three set pieces detailed in the book cover around an hour I'd say, maybe a little more or little less; and it sounds pretty good.


Well I didn't mean it would be as shallow as Fury essentially just recruiting them as hired guns, you're right that each one should have a real reason for being on the team which it sounds like they do. Widow and Hawkeye I guess are doing it because they're Shield agents anyway so for them I suppose it's just another mission to a degree.

What I meant really was the sort of montage situation where you see Fury meeting each one for a handshake that signals "they're in". I wouldn't have expected that anyway from Whedon seeing as he values character above all else in this film from the sounds of it but just hoped that it would show the core team's investment in the mission/plot.

I think you guys have dropped enough hints about how Thor comes in that he seems to have his own agenda outside of Shield; honestly I thought that would be the case anyway as he's always been the character that seems most out of place on the team they've selected for the film so I'm very interested in seeing how that plays out.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 12:36:07 PM   
porntrooper

 

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ORIGINAL: Marwood


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ORIGINAL: porntrooper


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ORIGINAL: Marwood

Sounds interesting; Whedon's often said that the central "issue" of The Avengers is explaining why these guys are on a team or even in the same room but from what you've said it sounds like he's tackled that problem well. Hopefully it's a bit more than Fury, Coulson or whomever turning up to each and saying "You doing anything right now? I've got a bit of a problem".


See, I think that approach would kinda work with Iron Man and Cap, on the one hand you have someone you're trying to re-integrate into the world (and by the world, I mean the world of derring do heroism) and on the other someone who thinks the world revolves round them and you need them to be part of a bigger picture. So having Shield lean on them and their inner desire to do good, despite those two issues, works. My issue really came with how Thor would be pulled into it all, obviously his brother is involved so thats how to hook him, but it's not like they could just pick up the phone and go "Hey, Thor, your brother is being a twat, come and have a word". So to see how Thor actually becomes involved initially, sounds cool. Hulks recruitment sounds a little of a side thought, "How do we get him in? I know...Gamma radiation!" It works within the world I guess, but seems a pretty easy way to write him in. But yea, the assembly of the team and those first three set pieces detailed in the book cover around an hour I'd say, maybe a little more or little less; and it sounds pretty good.


Well I didn't mean it would be as shallow as Fury essentially just recruiting them as hired guns, you're right that each one should have a real reason for being on the team which it sounds like they do. Widow and Hawkeye I guess are doing it because they're Shield agents anyway so for them I suppose it's just another mission to a degree.

What I meant really was the sort of montage situation where you see Fury meeting each one for a handshake that signals "they're in". I wouldn't have expected that anyway from Whedon seeing as he values character above all else in this film from the sounds of it but just hoped that it would show the core team's investment in the mission/plot.

I think you guys have dropped enough hints about how Thor comes in that he seems to have his own agenda outside of Shield; honestly I thought that would be the case anyway as he's always been the character that seems most out of place on the team they've selected for the film so I'm very interested in seeing how that plays out.


From what's out there already in this book, Thor easily has the most interesting stuff going on character wise, and given that the Thor/Loki elements were the best bits of his own movie, I'd doubt it would be that way here either.

I guess what really impressed me with the Thor introduction which....and this could now be considered very spoilery.......leads into the battle within the woods, is that he seems more interested in himself/his own relationships than anything else. He sees Iron Man/Cap as the enemy kidnapping/attacking his brother and it appears only later that there may be other outside influences in that battle, which I thought was cool. I really hope it plays more like that on screen rather than, 'oh look, Loki is controlling their minds to fight each other'.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 9/3/2012 6:57:54 PM   
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Saw the pics but ignored the text; some nice new shots in there.





I read the text.

I am not going to spoil anything. The text only covers the team being assembled and why. Most of it done in an excellent way except for the Hulk. It's understandable why they done it but i was hoping Hulk entry into the team would be later. In my opinion any fan of the comincs/films etc should avoid the text.


I'll get mildly spoilery here, but nothing thats not really covered in the trailers.... YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED


The text in the movie book? Actually, it covers a deal more than the team being assembled I'd say; yes it is the assembly of the team, but the why and how seems (at a guess) to cover the first half of the film, at least an hour of screen time I'd say.




I agree but I didn't want to mention any spoilers. The good news we know 80% of the trailer take place in the first hour of the movie.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 13/3/2012 3:29:16 AM   
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ORIGINAL: JIm R

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ORIGINAL: Marwood


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ORIGINAL: JIm R

The interview to me sounds worrying, it's basically saying to me that JW is declaring 'Feige et al got their way to run all over my intended vision to make the characters central to the story and as long as we have two hours plus of explosions it'll be okay, but don't worry I've been promised I'll get more say in the sequel and all will be okay then and I'll ensure the team come first.'
 
Add this to the 'hump' that Renner seems to have got from being 'frozen' out of any major scene time and I smell trouble.


Where did that come from?

I get what you mean about Whedon though, there does seem to be an undercurrent that he didn't neccesarilly get his way on everything he would have hoped but keep in mind Feige et al were working on the film before he came on board so regardless of what he's brought to the table this is still really Marvel Studios' The Avengers, not Joss Whedon's The Avengers. I guess what he's saying is that should he be involved with a sequel he's got things he wants to do which he couldn't this time because the wheels were already turning, if he's there at the inception of a new film and is planting seeds in this one then I'm sure he'll be able to deliver something more in line with his vision.

Hopefully it's nothing though, aside from the early problem with Marvel and Ed Norton the production's seemed to be quite smooth with no negative reports from anyone. Well, aside from Renner from what you've said but I can't remember seeing anything about him getting the hump about the film so that's news to me - where did you find that out?


Sorry Marwood, the 'source' escapes me but it was to tie in with comments made upon the release of MI : GP when he said he felt more of a 'team' nucleus in making that than in Avengers and also said he felt he had basically an extrended cameo in Avengers and wasn't best pleased.


Oh god I've been so positive about this film; im starting to have visions of X-Men: The Last Stand now...!!


He said he wasn't made to feel very welcome and simply to turn up and do his scenes and bugger off. Certainly the trailer doesn't seem to dispute this 'theory' !



DIdn't Feige or Whedon say in the Empire interviews that Hawkeye was going to steal scenes as much as Hulk would?
If they backside him (think angel in Last Stand) it's probably the most dissapointing, because Hawkeye's such a good character.
It's always nice to have a dick-cocky superhero. And Jeremy Renner's been type-cast on being cocky.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 13/3/2012 9:35:07 AM   
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Was amusing to see everyone in the Cinema yesterday sitting & first watching the Battleship trailer just looking bored & talking amungst themselves then straight after came The Avengers trailer & all of a sudden there's a massive hush, mobiles put down & a sponyanious cheer afterwards looks like Avengers is gonna kick Hasbro's arse i'm just saying.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 13/3/2012 2:40:39 PM   
Marwood

 

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Some nice new character posters are showing up on AICN et al.

Much, much better than the last poster we had released (although it's the same helmet-less Iron Man pose from that one). No love for Thor either on these new ones but I expect there's a few more to come.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 13/3/2012 2:46:09 PM   
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Some nice new character posters are showing up on AICN et al.

Much, much better than the last poster we had released (although it's the same helmet-less Iron Man pose from that one). No love for Thor either on these new ones but I expect there's a few more to come.


http://www.aintitcool.com/node/54244

Again,not the greatest in quality screen-shots and again not the greatest poster-designs.
The Hulk and Hawkeye one especially looks abit of a CGI plus realism mess.


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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 12:44:17 PM   
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Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 12:59:28 PM   
Marwood

 

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Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??


Thor has one - the full selection turned up on IGN

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 1:18:21 PM   
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Why no solo one for Hulk???

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 2:40:03 PM   
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Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??


I'm sure Hawkeye will find his mark with the audience.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 2:52:56 PM   
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Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??


I'm sure Hawkeye will find his mark with the audience.


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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 14/3/2012 2:59:08 PM   
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Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??


I'm sure Hawkeye will find his mark with the audience.


Boom Boom.

He aims to please.


Please no thunderclapping. As much as I like the hulk, he can be loud.

He aims to amuse.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 15/3/2012 9:55:30 AM   
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Potential spoilers from the new Japanese trailer:








Good to see a cameo from Pepper. I love Ms Paltrow and thought she was great in the Iron Man films so good to have her included here. Only 6 weeks to go and I can't fricking wait. By the way does anyone know if IMAX (and I mean BFI not the Odeon's excuse for Imax) London are showing it? I can't see anything on the BFI website but it would seem strange if they're not.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 15/3/2012 12:23:18 PM   
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I personally couldnt give a toss whether Renners Hawkeye just has an extended cameo or not.I think the draw for this film is seeing Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, and Cap teaming up.Hawkeye and Black Widow arent that important.

I really hope that this film will be screened normally at my local.The dreaded words '' See it in 3D! '' appeared at the end of the trailer i saw in front of John Carter last night.

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 15/3/2012 12:32:18 PM   
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That trailer was "FREAKING AWSOME!!!" especially liked the Hellicarrier made old "You've Sunk my BATTLESHIP" look like a pile of old shite!
Loved the Japanese voiceover man mega serious.
Also getting it a week before the US "FUCK YEAH!"

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 16/3/2012 10:40:57 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze

I personally couldnt give a toss whether Renners Hawkeye just has an extended cameo or not.I think the draw for this film is seeing Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, and Cap teaming up.Hawkeye and Black Widow arent that important.

I really hope that this film will be screened normally at my local.The dreaded words '' See it in 3D! '' appeared at the end of the trailer i saw in front of John Carter last night.


The draw for some people maybe. Personally I'm a big fan of Hawkeye and Black Widow and I am looking forward to seeing what Whedon does with their partnership on screen. I expect them to take a backseat to the big four, but I certainly hope they arn't sidelined too much.


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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 17/3/2012 10:06:28 AM   
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^From the leaks, it appears he's in it a lot.
LUCKILY..
I Would've enacted revenge if not...

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 31/3/2012 3:18:16 PM   
Wild about Wilder


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From what I saw thinking the guys in masks could be Kree BUT! someone from the other camp tweeted me they think it's something to do with Hela?

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 31/3/2012 6:02:16 PM   
Ghidorah

 

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In the new TV spot fans think they had spotted Beta Ray Bill among the aliens. Not long to find out. Anyway it's around 22 to 23 seconds


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwxDZFmo54o#ws

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 2/4/2012 12:59:54 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Titanm21

Why No Thor?? And no single poster for Hawkeye??


Thor has one - the full selection turned up on IGN


ah bisto

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RE: The Avengers - Superbowl Teaser - 2/4/2012 1:03:32 PM   
Titanm21


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ORIGINAL: Wild about Wilder

That trailer was "FREAKING AWSOME!!!" especially liked the Hellicarrier made old "You've Sunk my BATTLESHIP" look like a pile of old shite!
Loved the Japanese voiceover man mega serious.
Also getting it a week before the US "FUCK YEAH!"


I'll admit that was the best Avengers trailer yet... I made a audable gasp that our lass even ran from the kitchen* to see what was the matter.

*not sexist joke

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