Check These Out: Four Empire Character Covers for 'The Avengers'
We've already seen a batch of character posters for The Avengers featuring the whole gang, but now Empire has unveiled a whole new slew of magazine covers for their most recent issue featuring four of the superheroes. Iron Man, Black Widow, Captain America and Thor all get the spotlight complete with heroic stances. Iron Man doesn't look too different, and Black Widow is essentially the same, but Thor and Captain America have had some decent changes to their wardrobe. However, in the case of Cap, I think I liked the old World War II suit a little better. Oh, well. Check out all four of the magazine covers below!
Here are the four new Empire magazine covers featuring The Avengers:
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.
I thought iron mans chest piece would be triangular still...either way im still stoked!!
Sghljdscb on Jan 23, 2012
check out the trailer. that should be more honest than the posters.
JBrotsis on Jan 23, 2012
unless it a new suit...oooooooooh
Jericho on Jan 23, 2012
eh, they're okay.
Xerxexx on Jan 23, 2012
get a life
Yea on Jan 23, 2012
Whoa improper attitude. Love ya.
Xerxexx on Jan 23, 2012
C'mon now, it's an opinion forum. Dude's 50/50 on it and needs to get a life??
Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012
-Scarlett can do no wrong. -Why do they have Rob in the Mk. III armor? -I really wanted them to go with the "Ultimate Thor" look, but he's cool. -I'm actually one of the few that favors Cap's new form-fitting uniform. Bring on May already. lol
Big Boss on Jan 23, 2012
This looks rather cheap like a cheesy made for tv movie on a shoe string budget. They keep using the same picture of RDJ with that goofy hair. I'm not feeling it. This could have been epic like The Ultimates by Millar and Hitch, but it won't be because the people in film got too much pride.
Christopher Batty on Jan 23, 2012
Finally! Someone else who feels this way. I've thought the same thing since the first trailer came out. Everyone was raving about how amazing the movie was going to be, and all I could see was how cheesy the costumes and hair looked. It's going to be interesting to see how they make the costumes work if/when the characters are walking amongst throngs of people in normal dress.
Just saying on Jan 26, 2012
Christopher Batty.the budget,like the article said-is around 300 mill.only 295 mill more then a tv movie would had
Nemkes on Jan 23, 2012
He didn't say it had the budget of a made for tv movie.....just that these images remind him of one.....in other words this looks like shit regardless of the actual budget
Awtan90 on Jan 25, 2012
Hey miss my poster http://toonfed.tumblr.com/post/16378891271/dr-strange-da-muvi
Toonfed on Jan 23, 2012
These all suck to be honest....only one that is half way decent is Thor
Conrad Williams on Jan 23, 2012
Where's The Hulk?
Last Son on Jan 23, 2012
Exactly what I was thinking....
vince on Jan 24, 2012
Either the CGI is still being worked on or they're keeping him under wraps like TDKR's Catwoman.
Razor on Jan 24, 2012
I love Thor's cover, I wish he was the center of the story and not Iron Man. I enjoy watching Chris way more than RDJ.
Davide Coppola on Jan 24, 2012
I hear that Capt is the center of this story rather than Iron Man...Joss mentioned that it's sort of seen partly through his point of view...Show me the Villians!!! That's who I can't wait to hear about or see!
jah p on Jan 24, 2012
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