New ‘Avengers’ TV Spots Reveal More Alien & Hulk Footage

Published 3 years ago by , Updated March 9th, 2013 at 1:57 pm,

Hulk in The Avengers TV spots New Avengers TV Spots Reveal More Alien & Hulk Footage

With Marvel’s The Avengers now coming down the home stretch to its May 2012 theatrical premiere, we’re starting to see more promotional materials for the film.

Today we have both domestic and international TV spots for The Avengers, featuring new footage beyond what was featured in The Avengers trailer. And it all looks pretty sweet.

The Avengers brings together Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the Hulk (new addition Mark Ruffalo) and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Black Widow (Scarlet Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) to battle the global threat of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and his army of yet-unnamed aliens, who make a much more prominent appearance in the Avengers TV Spots below:


THE AVENGERS TV SPOT (International)

The Brazilian TV spot is not as cool as the domestic one (read: not as much new footage); however, both manage to showcase the combination of pitch-perfect character interaction (the signature of director Joss Whedon) and blockbuster-style action that will (hopefully) make The Avengers the total package in terms of being a smart, thrilling, epic, and respectable translation of its comic book source material.

So far, all signs point to Whedon and Co. having done a bang-up job with this flick. Marvel is also betting that the film will deliver, as Variety points out that the studio has invested a great deal of money to up Avengers awareness all across the globe:

With the Joss Whedon-helmed film assembling, for the first time, characters from previous pics, Marvel and parent Disney have secured an estimated $100 million in worldwide marketing support — Marvel’s largest such effort to date — from Acura, Dr. Pepper, Visa, Wyndham hotels, Harley-Davidson, Land O’Frost lunchmeats, Farmers Insurance, Hershey, Symantec, Oracle, bracelet-maker Colantotte and Red Baron pizza.”

After all, what was the point of all this if not to saturate the market with the Marvel brand? What’s that you say? ‘To deliver a film that fanboys can die happy after seeing? Nope, sorry. Pretty sure market saturation was always the end game…

The Avengers will be in 2D and 3D theaters on May 4th 2012.

Source: Marvel, Fandango & Variety (via SHH)

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  1. I really want to see a Incredible Hulk sequel.

  2. Both tv spots are awesome.

    I hope The Avengers turns out to be epic and Marvel gets this right.

    • ” i have an army”…”we have a hulk”…. i have a feeling we will all be quoting this movie… cant wait.

  3. I love Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man

  4. What annoys me about this film already is in that scuffle between Thor and Iron Man, there’s no way in hell with Thor’s superior Strength and speed that he takes any kind of beating from Tony. That to me was farfetched

    • Why? Stark’s armor is very advanced, and I doubt Thor would try to kill him. Even in the first IM movie, IM caught a car like it was a basketball; and his armor was losing power.

    • It’s hardly Superman vs Batman.

    • When the skrulls were still a possibility for the aliens, I had been thinking it could have been a skrull in the shape of Thor or Cap, but that seems to be out of the picture now :P

    • Maybe but thor still gets his @ss kicked by the hulk easily…
      and dont start with the god thing

      the hulk is cinfirmed the stronger marvel super hero

  5. Damn The Hulk is gonna be Sickkkkkkkk

  6. I don’t care what any of you are saying; I’m not watching any more scenes!! You can say the Hulk action is awesome all you want, I’m not hitting the play button! (grabs right hand) NO!!! You are not hitting the play button!!! 8-)

  7. I’m Ready. ~ Stark

  8. I really love the Avengers logo designs in both this international commercial, and the Japanese one I saw a few days ago. I love that they kept the Avengers Arrow.