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    Re: 'The Avengers'

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    Who do you guys think the villain is going to be?? I'm really hoping for Apocalypse. He's really the only worth while villain I can think of... And I heard its suppose to be a trilogy, so if they did use him, the 2 sequels would be... interesting lol.

    There's also Loki and the "Hulk Hunt" plot, but that's just kinda, meh to me... But that would make the most sense, knowing that Apocalypse really isn't an Avenger's Villain. But it would be awesome to see!!
    When I think of Apocalypse I think X-men (though they are in the same Universe) but they have MANY villains if you have watched the Avengers TV shows they have shown some good villains that could work well in the movies....one being a man from the future coming back in time to kill Captain America and the whole world being a war with tech FAR more advance than even Ironman.

    For the first movie I'm sure it will be about Loki trying to get as much power as he can and tricking the Hulk into fighting the Avengers...and im sure they'll throw in some smaller villains too to add some cool fight scenes.

    But my guess is Loki will be the Villain of the first and 3rd movie and the 2nd movies will be the in between film, like sooo many other Trilogy's

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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    The ensemble of A-list actors starring in his upcoming “Avengers” movies makes a better team than the actual Avengers in the Marvel comic book that inspired the film, director Joss Whedon told fans at his Comic-Con International panel Saturday afternoon.

    “What I find is that these characters mesh through these differences really well,” he told the capacity crowd at the Hilton Bayfront’s Indigo Ballroom. “And what I also find is these actors have a great time playing against each other, and they are, as a troupe, actually a much better team than the Avengers are.”

    He said working on “Avengers” has been easier than he expected. “In fact, the only problem I’ve had with ‘The Avengers’ is: Where is the 14-year-old girl with superpowers?” he joked.
    Comic-Con 2011: Joss Whedon talks ‘Avengers,’ ‘Buffy’ on Broadway | Hero Complex – movies, comics, fanboy fare – latimes.com
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    Marvel Posts 'Captain America's' Last Scene, Teases 'Avengers' (Video)

    The first look gives fans an opportunity to see the ensemble cast in action.


    When one superhero door closes, another opens.

    Captain America: The First Avenger has only been in theaters for a week, but Marvel is already preparing audiences for the next chapter of superhero obsession. The final moments of the film push Captain America into the next chapter, as he awakes from a long slumber in Times Square.

    Marvel has posted the final scene from Captain America online so that fans can get their first look at the next chapter through a very brief teaser trailer for The Avengers. While it’s not the complete teaser shown in theaters, the brief flash posted online gives viewers a change to watch and re-watch the trailer.

    Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) recruits Captain America for his super hero group. The teaser features shows first looks at the world-saving crew, including Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner).

    The Avengers, directed by Joss Whedon, is planned for release in 2012.
    Marvel Posts 'Captain America's' Last Scene, Teases 'Avengers' (Video) - Hollywood Reporter
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    Marvel and Disney brought out cast members from The Avengers at the D23 expo on Saturday, impressing the 2500 gathered fans with a first look at the all-star superhero movie.

    Tom Hiddleston, Colbie Smulders, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johannsson, Chris Hemsworth and-- lastly and to a standing ovation-- Robert Downey Jr., came out on stage at the Anaheim Convention Center's arena.

    There wasn't much time for talking or a Comic-Con-style Q&A but Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige did show a scene from the movie, which is two weeks away from wrapping up principal photography.

    (Feige revealed his Disney nerd cred by telling the crowd he had legendary Disney songwriter Richard Sherman write a song for Iron Man 2 and Alan Menken composed a song for Captain America.)

    The scene revealed Hiddleston as Loki, squaring off in a high-security cell with Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury character, over the nature of Loki's search for a power source. The scene ends with cutaways to various heroes monitoring the conversation.

    The scene was then followed by a series of action shots highlighting the heroes and finished with a contentious conversation bewteen Loki and Tony Stark (Downey), with Loki declaring he has an army ready to fight.

    "I have a Hulk!" Stark shoots back. The crowd loved it.
    'Avengers': Robert Downey, Jr., New Footage Wow D23 Expo - Hollywood Reporter
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    'Avengers' filming is slow-going for onlookers;
    movie work continues on Cleveland's Public Square
    Once again movie and comic-book fans crowded the streets and buildings encircling Public Square, staring into the bright lights and waiting for something to happen.
    The set of "The Avengers" is inaccessible. But that didn't stop fans from trying to get a peek at the action.

    Many complained "Nothing's happening." But movies are not filmed in a hurry. They are done at a slow and careful pace.

    Lincoln Sandham, 17, of Chesterland, and his brother, Stephen, 11, are veterans of the Marvel comic-book movie.

    "We came down during the filming of 'Spider-Man,' and Stephen got to meet Spider-Man himself," said the boy's mother, Kathy Sandham, 57. "Spider-Man sat down with him and even posed with him in a picture."

    The brothers said they would be happy to see any of the stars, and at one point had spotted Loki, the Norse god of mischief played by Tom Hiddleston. Both said they were eager to see Chris Evans, who plays Captain America.

    Filming has moved from East Ninth Street to Public Square, which has been transformed into a beer garden in Stuttgart, Germany. Around the southwest quadrant of the square, where filming is being done, are German flags, white and green German police cars and German street signs.

    Word about good views from the five windows in the Renaissance Hotel lobby overlooking Public Square must have spread since filming began Monday night. Part of that might have been because a spectator recorded a short film showing Loki in a horned helmet and carrying a blue-jeweled staff.

    Tuesday night, people swarmed around every window.

    But crews erected a large wooden panel to block the window closest to Terminal Tower with the best view.

    On the set, large reflective panels blocked the view from the other windows. At 9:30 p.m., set security asked people to move away from the windows and closed the curtains.
    Meanwhile rumors spread among the onlookers that a car was to be exploded.
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    'Avengers' filming is slow-going for onlookers; movie work continues on Cleveland's Public Square | cleveland.com
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    Disney released a handful of new images from Marvel's superhero ensemble film, giving fans a chance to preview images of Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) as they unite to save the world.

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    'The Avengers': New Photos From Marvel's Superhero Film Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    The Trailer is here!


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    I'm really looking forward to it! We finally got the trailer. Looks like its going to be good.
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    NEW YORK -- Cast members of the upcoming Marvel superheroes movie The Avengers, along with producer Kevin Feige, drew much applause and loud cheers here at New York Comic-Con Saturday evening as they showed new footage and answered fans' questions.

    Passionate fan boys and girls greeted and feted Chris Evans (Captain America), Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson), Cobie Smulders (Agent Hill) and surprise guest Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner aka The Hulk).

    Feige told fans that Marvel is currently already working on Iron Man 3, which is in pre-production and which he said "will be the first of what we sort of refer to as phase two of this...saga that will culminate, God willing, in Avengers 2."

    In what organizers said was its first-ever event at the New York gathering, Marvel Studios also debuted new footage that included an extended scene featuring Ruffalo's Banner as he meets Scarlett Johansson's character Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow. The new footage also included a range of snippets with the other protagonists, such as a scene in which Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark aka Iron Man tells Loki that he has annoyed a range of his superhero colleagues.

    The trailer for The Avengers, which came out earlier in the week, was downloaded more than 10 million times within 24 hours.

    In the new scene with Ruffalo and Johansson, Romanoff tells Banner -- after a little girl lures him to a meeting spot inside an abandoned building-- that Samuel Jackson's Nick Fury and the S.H.I.E.L.D. agency need his help.

    It is "just you and me," Romanoff tells Banner. She also says that Banner has been "without an incident for two years -- I don't think you want to break that streak."

    Banner gets upset for a moment, but contains his rage. Romanoff then puts down a gun she had drawn quickly and says into a microphone: "Stand down!"

    The scene then cuts to the outside of the building, revealing armed men who were standing by after all in case she needed help.

    Feige said during the Saturday panel that Avengers director Joss Whedon is currently working on the movie in the edit room. Asked by a fan, he said it wasn't clear yet how long it would be.
    Another fan wanted to know if the Avengers would follow the tradition of recent Marvel movies and include a scene hinting at the comany's next superhero film.

    "It's a nice tradition, and I like traditions, so I think we'll keep that up," Feige responded.
    Hiddleston, who got more questions from fans than anyone else on the panel, said he had a great time on the film. "It's thrilling for me to be the only bad guy in a group of the greatest superheroes in the world played by some of the best actors in the world," he said.

    Evans said it was "nerve-wracking going into a project like this" because of the great talent and everyone's hope to get along, particularly since Avengers "could be a franchise."

    "It was extremely intimidating," echoed Smulder. Working with Whedon, a friend of hers, was one of the most exciting things about the project, she added.

    "This is my first Con," Smulder admitted. "This is the best way to be introduced to Comic-Con."
    Evans said that while he loves the Captain America suit, it's nice to shoot scenes without it. Other stars also said it takes a lot of work and discipline to get into their suits for shoots.

    Asked about the various men who have played his character in the past, Ruffalo said he built on the great work of such men as Bill Bixby, Eric Bana and Ed Norton, but tried to give his character a more mature edge.

    "I had to pay homage, but then I had to 'Ruffalize' it," he quipped in a line that some of his stars later harked back on.

    He also highlighted that he actually got to play both Bruce Banner and the Hulk given that the film did not use an all-CGI Hulk.

    Ruffalo also quipped that Bruce Banner was this generation's Hamlet. "We're all going to get a chance at the part," he said.

    One young fan got the actors to jointly say the famous line "Avengers assemble!"

    "Assemble" was also the text of a text message that Evans sent his co-stars one day when everyone was in the same city, the panel revealed. Asked what happened that evening, Evans quipped that none of the stars remembers.

    Asked about their favorite superheroes, male and female, Feige mentioned the Hulk, Ruffalo said Hulk and the Black Widow, Smulders and Evans mentioned Iron Man, and Hiddleston gave a shout-out to his character's brother Thor.

    Keeping the crowd entertained in between other questions, Gregg sang his version of the Avengers theme song to much applause. It included a rhyme that went from the line "we have muscles so bulky" to one that said the superhero had "Hulky."

    Gregg also drew many laughs when asked about his experience on the film. He said when he walked into a room with the assembled Avengers for the first time, "I kind of felt it was the Make-a-Wish Foundation."
    'Avengers' Producer Hints at Sequel at New York Comic-Con - Hollywood Reporter
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    Disney announced today that the film will be released in both 2D and 3D versions
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    Amazing trailer! I cannot wait!
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    The Avengers movie looks like it's going to be absolutely awesome, i cannot wait for it to be released to theaters in 3 months ! . It looks like it will be better then any of the Marvel movies released so far ! .
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    Re: 'The Avengers'

    New trailer with lots of eye candy!


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    SO excited for this movie! I'm a huge Marvel fan and I've waited years for an Avengers movie

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