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Watch: Extended Super Bowl Spot for Marvel's 'The Avengers' Online!

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February 5, 2012
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The Avengers Super Bowl Spot

"I still believe in heroes!" Yes, this is finally starting to look as awesome as it should! Marvel unveiled their full-length official Super Bowl TV spot for The Avengers, directed by Joss Whedon, during the big game. Comic fans have been waiting anxiously for more footage since the first official trailer, but now we've got an extra special treat, as the version online is extended to a full 60-seconds, with some extra footage of Hulk and Loki at the end. Definitely the biggest and most exciting reveal of the big game so far today, loving this. This looks totally awesome, it's finally starting to come together with Hulk and everyone, bring it on Marvel!

Watch the full extended Super Bowl TV spot for Marvel's The Avengers, in HD from YouTube:

When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. The star studded cast includes Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Cobie Smulders, as well as Tom Hiddleston and Stellan Skarsgård who are reprising their respective roles as Loki and Professor Selvig from Thor. Marvel's The Avengers hits theaters everywhere May 4th, 2012.

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Reader Feedback - 98 Comments

1

haha, we have a hulk , smash!!!!!!!,explosion!!!!!!

Dpramroop on Feb 5, 2012

2

i noticed a recurring theme, end trailer with Stark making a Hulk comment and finish with cool Hulk scene

Jericho on Feb 5, 2012

3

Hulk comments are hilarious though! Loki: we have an army. Stark: we have a hulk.

Chip_Tha_Ripper on Feb 6, 2012

4

Finally! A movie that is going to let the Hulk tear loose and show what a juggernaut of pure destruction he can be! There is a reason why when he's done right it takes most of the Marvel heroes to take him down!

Thexn on Feb 12, 2012

5

Hulk Smash......

Dhiram on Feb 5, 2012

6

YEAH BABY !!!!

Ozzyi on Feb 5, 2012

7

awsome. loki looks kinda like a douche though.

Para on Feb 5, 2012

8

Agreed, he reminds me of this guy. http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/80984421/ 

David Carlin on Feb 5, 2012

9

GOD DAMN!!! Avengers going to rule 2012. Step aside dark night.

grapefruit on Feb 5, 2012

10

What's "dark night"? Some sort of horror film?

Avenger on Feb 5, 2012

11

Not sure if serious

Josh W on Feb 5, 2012

12

-.-

Anonymous on Feb 6, 2012

13

 omg go back to school kids:D

CookieMonster on Feb 6, 2012

14

 "IN YOUR DREAMS" says Cobb, get it, inception, anyone, why did i post this

Dpramroop on Feb 5, 2012

15

I'm sorry but as much as I can't wait to see The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises is going crush it....

Last Son on Feb 6, 2012

16

my exact thought the dark knight rises needs to step it up big time after this 

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

17

i dunno.... Captain America kinda looks like a dweeb.... and i think i will only be watching this for Iron Man *along with majority of the people who will go to see it.*

Jericho on Feb 5, 2012

18

Are you kidding? Cap look is straight form the comics.

grapefruit on Feb 5, 2012

19

even the head warping crash helmet?...why do i feel this movie will ONLY appeal to comic readers?

Jericho on Feb 5, 2012

20

It's about time.

Dan on Feb 5, 2012

21

I'm kinda on board with you Jericho...kinda. Don't get me wrong, Avengers is the number one movie I look forward to most of 2012 (yes over TDKR) but I kept play/pause-ing cap's scene in the circle. It does look straight out of the comics his costume (like super exact) but there's something fishy about it. I still like his suit better in his first movie back in the summer of 2011.

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

22

now THAT i liked, it was his costume but looked a little more like he can be taken seriously...as far as a man with american propaganda on his body can do...

Jericho on Feb 6, 2012

23

I agree about Cap. His costume looks worse than the 1990 movie version. They should have done a "batman" treatment to it.  In his movie, the suit was state of the art body armor in the 1940's (so it was leather). To follow that concept it should look like state of the art body armor from Stark Industries, instead it looks like polyester pj's. I have had bad feelings about this movie from all of the poor marketing up to this point, but this trailer started washing that concern away.

blester on Feb 6, 2012

24

It's ALL about that Hulk.

Big Boss on Feb 5, 2012

25

I thought that trailer was more exciting than the dark knight rises but don't be fooled folks it's not the action that's important it's the quality of the story that follow through with great action scenes. Let's not forget our lesson with Spiderman 3 and X-men Last Stand.

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

26

X Men Last Stand was a solid movie. I felt it was better than the trilogy and definitely worth making a sequel. But I can absolutely agree with you on SM3. If only...if only...they had done a way better job on Venom (better effects, better characteristics, and above all better actor portrayal)..he was the main dude in the movie

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

27

but those weren't directed and written by josh whedon and his brother. go look up Dr. Horribles singalong blog. or look out for his other up coming movie The cabin in the woods. he is an amazing writer so this is bound to have a very down to this " universe" type of feel. IN WHEDON I TRUST.

Artman91 on Feb 6, 2012

28

 Really, those are what you pick as examples of Whedon's work?

Whatever on Feb 6, 2012

29

 Don't forget that Spdrmn3 and X-last stand weren't marvel's studio's productions... they're Fox releases....just something to consider.

Thandly on Feb 19, 2012

30

Meh, looks like Transformers but with superheroes.

Razor on Feb 5, 2012

31

I think you're thinking of Battleship minus the superheroes

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

32

I just hate S-Jo so much for this...

nick on Feb 5, 2012

33

Dark Knight Rises has... Batman... I'm pretty sure Batman could take down all of those guys even the Hulk.

Roderick on Feb 5, 2012

34

Are you insane!!?? The only Avenger that batman has a chance of taking down is black widow, and even then it's a slim chance he'll come out on top point and case http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FywMOuMqNuI

Trout_87 on Feb 5, 2012

35

Bats would own them all!

Xerxexx on Feb 5, 2012

36

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJstmxb8vyw nuff said

Kruel on Feb 6, 2012

37

you forget, with Batman he will have probably created a weakness for EVERY single one of them....with minor effort to have a 'to be continued' if it was part of a show

Jericho on Feb 5, 2012

38

Wow I can't believe there's even an argument or even a close comparison. Batman would loose to any of the main superheroes (excluding black widow and hawkeye). All of them have super fucking powers, Thor is a god so technically he's immortal (as they called humans in "Thor" mortals), Hulk is impenetrable to bullets, blades, and artillery weaponry and his skin heals itself if pierced (same goes with Capt. America), and Stark can fly at sonic speeds (not "glide" like Batman did in the TDK from the top of the building into the lower levels to grab the asian dude) plus he has energy he fires from his hands and chest  most likely capable of burning or melting a human due to its extreme heat. Batman has no powers, he's only a man with armor, some gadgets, and when he's on the ground unable to fly all he has is his combat skills...which Thor or Iron Man can use their abilities (lightning from the hammer or energy from the suit) to blast Batman all the way to planet Krypton from a safe distance away! Looking at these obvious facts from the movies and comics, there's no question Batman would loose. Plus we all know Batman looses the fight against Bane...and all Bane is is a buff, strong "mortal man". Which Hulk could rip apart. Batman can suck it!

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

39

But you forget Bats comes back and rips Bane apart! Bats is a human dedicated to winning. Throw Thor at him and he'll find a way to break the hammer! Throw Hulk at him and he'll make him squeal. Throw Captain America at him and he'll dent his shield. The Iron Man suit would crumble. Hawk Eye's bow would be de-stringed. Black Widow would be helpless, Firearms don't work against the Bat. As you know Batman has no limitations. Bats even takes down Superman. Bats wins all the time.

Xerxexx on Feb 6, 2012

40

u mad?

dave on Feb 6, 2012

41

Batman can't even beat members of the Justice League! Nuff said!

jah p on Feb 6, 2012

42

Yes he can, easy.

Xerxexx on Feb 6, 2012

43

Sure he could. Until Ironman blasts him in the face or Hulk does his  Thunderclap and smushes his head like a grape

Mdiddles on Feb 6, 2012

44

Bats would break their hands.

Xerxexx on Feb 7, 2012

45

"we have a hulk" hahhaa

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

46

Loved it.

Xerxexx on Feb 5, 2012

47

Guys let's be rational for a second. Yes this trailer was pretty awesome, but saying it will take down the next Nolan Batman film is ridiculous. The only thing the Avengers has a chance of beating the Dark Knight Rises in is toy sales. 

Awtan90 on Feb 5, 2012

48

That just looks fun...Plain and simple. I'm sure TDKR will be the same psychological thought provoker as most of Nolan's films, but this---This just looks f'in fun with a capital F. I'm ready for Summer movies.

Quanah on Feb 5, 2012

49

Can anyone make out who these villians are?

jah p on Feb 5, 2012

50

Looks like Loki an "his army" he spoke of. I think.

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

51

looks like Skrull god..... damn.... Skrulls 

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

52

it makes your comment even more hilarious when you insert "god...damn...skrulls!" coming out of Robin Williams mouth from Jumanji lol

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

53

Could be. I tried pausing it and they kinda looked like the frost giants from Thor...

Jasonmd2020 on Feb 6, 2012

54

I liked the trailer. It didn't send me into fangirl hysterics and scream myself into a blackout, but it was pretty cool. Still, I just can't really get excited for the movie. I don't know, I just feel like something's missing. Well, and I still have that "omg, too many characters in one movie!" disaster that was Spider-Man 3 in my head. I am gonna see it regardless, obviously, and it might surprise me or even blow me away, but at this point I really just wanna watch it for Hawkeye, Hulk and Loki.

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

55

I'm with you, but I did get kind of excited. But I am watching this for Hawkeye. I hope he's not just a small tiny role. I wonder how they're gonna explain any kind of story of his in this.

The Douche on Feb 6, 2012

56

This trailer looked awesome....but I'd put my money on this movie being a very fun disappointment.  There's nothing about this trailer or any of the others we've seen that says it's going to offer any depth, or anything unique to the super hero genre.  It's going to be X-men with different super hero's. When they first announced that they were making this film I had a feeling that by the time it was finally released as a whole the super hero genre would be nearing or at the burnout stage for audiences.  I believe that is already happening.  While superhero films are still making money they're not generating the buzz they used to, which may not seem apparent at first glance. X-men 3 made nearly $100 million more than X-Men first class and X-men First Class was a much better film. Iron man made $318 mil domestically, Spiderman $403 mil, Superman Returns $200 mil.  Compare to last summers films..... Top grosser (and IMO not the best of the bunch) Thor $181 mil.  Cap America $176 mil, X-Men First Class $146 mil, and Green Lantern $116 mil.  Obviously Thor is no Spiderman, but it was a better movie with better word of mouth than Superman. One could argue that Captain America should've reached Iron Man's box office take...but it didn't.  You can't argue the economy because last years summer box office results were HUGE, and when you consider that ticket prices have increased over the years it's very apparent that people aren't flocking to see Comic book adaptations like they used to. (Even Batman Forever beat all of these films with it's $184 mil take back in 1995!)I love comic book movies, but even I've tired of their formulaic plot lines and I believe others have as well, which means the audience for these films is dwindling down to just the comic book fans themselves. This formulaic approach is already all too clear in the previews, and it will ultimately decide if the Avengers is a success, or a flop.  My money is on it being a cool disappointment, and the only thing that's going to make it worth watching is the novelty of seeing all of these great characters on the screen at the same time.  Dark Knight will be the peak of the genre....The Avengers will signal it's evident decline.

Aero027 on Feb 5, 2012

57

no one watches a trailer for character moments,subtext,depth, or character arcs they see a trailer to get pumped up enough to go see it in the theaters

Anonymous on Feb 5, 2012

58

plus, though you say the comic book movies may be burning out by now, this type of movie (even though its comics themed) hasn't really been done before. You're taking pieces...prequels of their own individuality...combining four to five stories/films...and massing them into one movie (Capt + Thor + Iron Man 1 & 2 + Hulk = The Avengers). In which case, audiences have had the desire, patience, and building up thrill and excitement to finally see it in theaters. No amounts of movie or comic burnouts are going to top this!

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

59

Nonsense.  This has been done before in numerous fashions.  Comic books may be able to recognize the difference but to the average movie fan there's little difference between The Avengers and X-Men.   We've already seen Thor, Cap America, The Hulk and Iron Man...and Iron Man is the only one that really brought in a lot of money.  I'd be shocked if this film tops the original Iron Man in box office, and bet it settles in with average numbers and luke warm reception by audiences.The X-men and Fantastic Four movies aside....one thing that seems to kill most superhero franchises is by adding too many characters which bogs the movie down too much.  X-Men 3, Spiderman 3, Batman Forever, and Wolverine (which also combined a lot of super hero's a lot of people wanted to see in one film).  The Dark Knight has set a new standard...and no one is attempting to better the genre towards that mark, and that's why they're dying off.  For all intents and purposes if you're following the trajectory that most super hero franchises take this could be little more than Iron Man 3.

Aero027 on Feb 6, 2012

60

Dude, its the Avengers, not the Avenger! it is an ensemble cast made to include the whole group.  im just a bit disheartened that we never got a Hawkeye movie.  This movie has the balls to make a tonne of money y? b/c you will have fans of every Super coming to see it not just for IM or CA or Thor. Plus its Whedon! Plus... we have a Hulk! 

Sirjohn on Feb 7, 2012

61

i wanted to understand you....but that would involve me reading all of this

Jericho on Feb 5, 2012

62

Sorry...next time I'll try to add pop up pictures just for you.

Aero027 on Feb 6, 2012

63

Aero027, meet 'paragraphs'.

Mithun Divakaran on Feb 6, 2012

64

I originally typed it in paragraphs.  I'm not sure why it combined them.

Aero027 on Feb 6, 2012

65

The best part of this trail 0:54

NeoSlyfer on Feb 5, 2012

66

Anyone else notice now that it's not there respected films, Thor and Cap got skinny and less buff... lame

dweeet on Feb 5, 2012

67

How does THIS look awesome? HOW? 

Buzzfunk on Feb 5, 2012

68

This looks Awesome, i mean the shot of all the avengers circle around together toward the end and the Hulk fuckin shit up, just awesome!  

Jalts4 on Feb 5, 2012

69

Fantastic!!!!! Sure, there will be those who'll "hate" and will line up on opening night, regardless!!

Blue Silver on Feb 5, 2012

70

Oh man. This is gonna be so damn awesome. Glad they ditched the incredibly average sounding 90's alt-rock.

Aj Meadows on Feb 5, 2012

71

Of all the glorious pump up music...they choose NIN's. Why...we'll never know...but thank goodness its gone.

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

72

It was the song "We're in This Together Now." Someone was trying to be lyrically clever. Fail. And I'm actually a NIN fan. Just didn't work.

Jasonmd2020 on Feb 6, 2012

73

it sucks to know wat exactly know wat movies are coming out this summer, hopefully there will be more surprises 

Davidbryan949 on Feb 5, 2012

74

are those frost giants??

Davidbryan949 on Feb 5, 2012

75

maybe. but we have a hulk 🙂

JBrotsis on Feb 6, 2012

76

This is the best preview for this movie so far!! Freakin Sweet!! Gave me goosebumps!! Cant wait for this movie, though im still not a fan of caps suit even if it is straight from the comics, it just looks lame i really thought they could do better than that. However i am looking forward to seeing cap back in action Chris Evans portrayal of Steve Rogers is beautiful he is a true hero at heart cant wait to see how he interacts with anti-hero Tony Stark and the god of thunder himself Thor!!! Bring on the month of May already!!!!!!!!!

batsupe on Feb 6, 2012

77

looks brilliant

Dave on Feb 6, 2012

78

the explosion near the port hole looks needs some work when the camera pan around superheroes, the HULK's pose looks hunched(like he has a hunch back), Hulk from part 2 was great with nice muscular definition and looked young, this Hulk looks kinda old IronMan steals the show this time Hulk has the same super power as the first Hulk which is cool(he could jump high, unlike second Hulk who couldn't do that) looking forward for a nice gripping story and looking forward for a sequel(which was in talks i guess) Bring on May

hansolo on Feb 6, 2012

79

Really looking forward to this and some good bits featured in the trailer. I like the fact you can see Mark Ruffalo's face in the Hulk's features. The bit with the explosion that Cap and Widow have to hide from behind Cap's shield while Thor just raises his arm. The bit with Hawkeye falling does remind of the bit in The Ultimates where Hawkeye and Black Widow storm a building Matrix style. I still can't tell who makes up Loki's Army. They seem almost insectoid in appearance. I do wish they had kept Cap's costume from his film though

Phil Edwards on Feb 6, 2012

80

We have a hulk then the scream - Pure excitement! I want to run out of this office!

Nick Sears on Feb 6, 2012

81

"we have an army" "we have a Hulk" awesome

geekusi on Feb 6, 2012

82

they don't have to show a car overturning in some sort of underground tunnel.. that's a normal action show thing in a regular action movies those days. That's a old trick. Undermine the trailer... The rest looks great...

Stevenfreestyler on Feb 6, 2012

83

 at 0:27

Stevenfreestyler on Feb 6, 2012

84

I'm in.

tir na nog on Feb 6, 2012

85

definite watch

tir na nog on Feb 6, 2012

86

It looks great... But I just cannot get over how ridiculous ScarJo's "black widow" looks compared to the rest of the group. A gymnast with a 9mm gun against aliens. Yeah... And add Renner's character to that as well.   It really looks like a Iron Man/Hulk/Thor movie, with a few supporting characters.

Lars on Feb 6, 2012

87

Skrulls?!

ANT on Feb 6, 2012

88

In!

McWilly on Feb 6, 2012

89

 Looks like trash. No more than a reason to put 7 movies together, then add an hour and a half of witty dialogue. No "REAL" villain in the movie. Just hundreds of robot/ aliens that will be killed off like fodder and have no point in the movie to begin with. Enjoy giving your money for a terrible movie neckbeards. Also the lines should of read Loki - I have an army Iron man - We have an indestructible gammatron giant Please dont see this movie.

Dotadestroyer on Feb 7, 2012

90

wow you need to calm the f*** down...

Aaron Burns on Feb 7, 2012

91

Yes... yes... yes!

Anonymous on Feb 7, 2012

92

The avengers will kick ass this summer in IMAX 3d for me.

Chaqueta on Feb 7, 2012

93

WOW!

Nsypiecco on Feb 7, 2012

94

Does anybody know how much of this is gonna be in IMAX? Like i know TDKR is going to have 50 mins of footage in IMAX, but what about the IMAX details for this movie.

ech93 on Feb 9, 2012

95

G'Day mate, Below are the details, it seems this movie was not shot in Imax camera http://www.imax.com/movies/m/marvels-the-avengers-an-imax-3d-experience/ _________________________ The IMAX release of Marvel’s The Avengers will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX 3D Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-mastering) technology. The crystal-clear images coupled with IMAX's customized theatre geometry and powerful digital audio create a unique environment that will make audiences feel as if they are in the movie. _______________________________________-- Camera Arri Alexa Canon EOS 5D Mark II Laboratory EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate) Film negative format (mm/video inches) ARRIRAW Cinematographic process ARRIRAW (source format) Codex Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format) Printed film format 35 mm (spherical) D-Cinema (also 3-D version) Aspect ratio 1.85 : 1

hansolo on Feb 9, 2012

96

G'Day mate, Below are the details, it seems this movie was not shot in Imax camera http://www.imax.com/movies/m/marvels-the-avengers-an-imax-3d-experience/ _________________________ The IMAX release of Marvel’s The Avengers will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX 3D Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-mastering) technology. The crystal-clear images coupled with IMAX's customized theatre geometry and powerful digital audio create a unique environment that will make audiences feel as if they are in the movie. _______________________________________-- Camera Arri Alexa Canon EOS 5D Mark II Laboratory EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate) Film negative format (mm/video inches) ARRIRAW Cinematographic process ARRIRAW (source format) Codex Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format) Printed film format 35 mm (spherical) D-Cinema (also 3-D version) Aspect ratio 1.85 : 1

hansolo on Feb 9, 2012

97

HAHAHAHAHA!!! Avengers doesn't need IMAX. They have a HULK!

Tivade on Feb 9, 2012

98

A must see for any comic book lover. I won't be surprised if Stan Lee has a cameo.

Ointia on Feb 18, 2012

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