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Official Avengers Movie Trailer Released

Showcasing possibly the most anticipated movie of 2012, The Avengers official movie trailer was just released and fans are already buzzing with excitement.


The Avengers cast at Comic-Con in San Diego this past July (from left to right): Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Chris Evans as Captain America, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk (Bruce Banner). The film is directed by Josh Whedon. 

While we’ve already met some of these characters individually (such as Thor, The Hulk, Iron Man and Captain America), the trailer introduces us to the group of superheroes collectively known as The Avengers.


The very first Avengers comic-book. 

The two-minute Marvel Studios preview gives fans a sneak peek at the explosions, epic battles and (of course) wise-cracking Tony Stark. Not since The X-Men has a group of actors in comic-book costumes so energized the movie screen.


In this screen capture from The Avengers trailer, Captain America leaps into action. 

Avengers Assemble
Directed by Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon and set for a May 4, 2012, release, The Avengers finally brings together the Marvel superheroes that we’ve been following individually – and which have been dominating the box office since Iron Man flew into action back in 2008.

The heroes are assembled by Nick Fury (agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.) to take on a super-villian (Tom Hiddleson plays Loki, Thor’s brother) that wants to – you guessed it – rule the earth. Nine Inch Nails’ “We’re In This Together,” provides the soundtrack for the trailer, while Whedon’s directing skills provide the action. Check it out:

Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) stars alongside Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) in the soon to be blockbuster, The Avengers.

From Comic Books to the Big Screen
“Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” were Marvel Comics’ answer to DC Comics’ Justice League. The comic book was the creation of writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Jack KirbyThe Avengers #1 first appeared on newsstands in September 1963. The original Avengers didn’t include Captain America, though. It wasn’t until issue #4 – when the team discovered the Captain, trapped in ice – that he joined the team.


Mark Ruffalo replaced actor Edward Norton as The Hulk. Ruffalo’s likeness is very noticeable in the new Hulk. Ruffalo also did his own motion capture for the CG shots of The Hulk.   

As for the first cinematic treatment of the comic book, fans should expect both the Avengers’ trademark battles and team squabbles. Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, told The LA Times Hero Complex, “I’m looking forward to being in a room with not just those actors but those characters, these larger-than-life characters, and seeing how that turns out. I want to see how Captain America and Thor and Iron Man react to one another.” If the trailer is any indication, the chemistry will be electric.

Making Heroes Super
There’s a lot of movie production that went into The Avengers. If you want to make special effects for the movies or direct your own film, why keep putting off your dream? You CAN have a career in the movie business – and maybe someday direct a team of all-star actors like those featured in The Avengers.

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