New ‘Iron Man 2′ & ‘Last Airbender’ TV Spots

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Iron Man 2 The Last Airbender New Iron Man 2 & Last Airbender TV Spots

If you happened to miss last night’s Kids’ Choice Awards that aired on Nickelodeon (I’m presuming you did 😛 ) then you will have missed the two new TV spots that aired for Iron Man 2 and The Last Airbender. But fear not as Screen Rant is here once again to help you out – we have both TV spots right here for you!


This highly anticipated superhero sequel sees Robert Downey Jr. return as the charismatic Tony Stark a.k.a. the bad-ass Iron Man. Joining him is a mix of returning actors like Gwyneth Paltrow (as his faithful assistant Pepper Potts) and Samuel L. Jackson (as S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury), and new faces including Mickey Rourke (as villain Ivan Vanko a.k.a. Whiplash), Sam Rockwell (as Stark’s rival Justin Hammer), Scarlett Johansson (as Natasha Romanoff a.k.a Black Widow) and Don Cheadle (replacing Terrence Howard as Rhodey).

Now here’s the new Iron Man 2 TV spot that features enough new stuff to get discussion going until more full trailers inevitably appear. Enjoy:


Based on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon, the film brings things to live-action life as our main character, Aang, a young successor to a long line of “Avatars,” seeks to stop the Fire Nation from enslaving the Water, Earth and Air Nations. It stars Noah Ringer (Aang), Jackson Rathbone (Sokka), Dev Patel (Zuko), Nicola Peltz (Katara), Cliff Curtis (Firelord Ozai) and Jessica Andres (Suki).

Now here’s the new Last Airbender TV spot from the Kids’ Choice Awards. It’s almost the same footage as the latest full trailer, but if you look closely there’s some new stuff to be found in there. Enjoy:

No question the film of those two I’m looking forward to more is Iron Man 2. The first one was awesome and the trailers have looked great so far. But The Last Airbender is also high up on my most anticipated list; one, because the trailers have really impressed me and two, because it’s director M. Night Shyamalan’s first film that’s not an intimate thriller-drama. I’m really curious to see if he can pull it off (by the looks of it he certainly has).

What do you make of these TV spots? Which of these movies are you looking forward to more?

Iron Man 2 kicks of the summer this year on May 7th, 2010.

The Last Airbender follows a couple of months later on July 2nd, 2010.

Source: The Movie Box (via Coming Soon)

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  1. Ruh Roh. Does Scarlett speak Russian in this movie?

  2. Wow, does not sound like it. But on the upside, on the Airbender trailer, i did see Ang's flying bison that the main characters travel on. Nice super.

  3. Aang still hasn't cracked a smile…..

  4. Yeah I noticed that too. I still think it's going to be awesome though.

  5. i'm starting to get that feeling that we're seeing too much of the movie again..
    i think i'm gonna' start avoiding trailers till may.
    just the opposite with Thor…does anybody know how they are able to be so secretive? is this normal? seems like we've been talkin' about it for two years now and not so much as a polaroid..

  6. For a 30 second spot, the IM2 one is actually pretty good. Enough new stuff in there to keep my anticipation up.

  7. i think that the last airbender will be too dark.. or much darker than the cartoon, which i do not like as much. i would rather see a less dark and sort of comedic last airbender. just as the cartoon. oh well.. im sure i'll enjoy it no matter what cause i just love the cartoon:)

  8. WHAT?!?! Scarlett Johansson doesnt talk in a Russian accent, not even a bad one. On the other hand I cant wait to see Last Airbender

  9. thnx for the trailer! it showed some new scenes that were pretty awesome:)

  10. The Last Airbender has my anticipation. Is Noah Ringer a decent child actor? What else has he been in?


  11. Nope, this is his first ever movie. He must have something special if they cast him in such a key role, I expect (and hope!).

  12. Well in the movie “The Prestige” Scarlett had a pretty terrible accent that bothered me through out the movie. It may be a good decision to not let her speak in a terrible Russian accent.

  13. i am more interested to seeThe Last Airbender way more than IM2 i will still see IM2 it just looks similar to IM nothing really new

  14. Iron Man looks great, no surprise there, after seeing the other trailers I don't think I can get any more excited to watch this film.
    The Last Airbender surprisingly looks cool. I was never a fan of the cartoon, but then again I never really gave it a shot. I'm also surprised that M. Night Shyamalan seems to have pulled this one off since it's not one of his suspense thrillers (which I am not of fan of most of his work). I think I may give this film a shot though and go see it. Looks interesting, probably take my niece and nephew to watch it since I think they used to watch the show.

  15. she doesnt sound russian, but then again we dont hear her say much. it would have been good if she at least tried to put an accent on.

  16. i can't wait till the The Last Airbender comes out. This Trailer looks really good…. the special effects look awesome…

  17. i can't wait till the The Last Airbender comes out. This Trailer looks really good…. the special effects look awesome…

  18. I cant watch the video without laughing at the narrator at the end.

  19. I remember reading a comic-con interview or something where she said the filmmakers never asked her to do a Russian accent so it wouldn't be featured. But everybody apparently thinks this decision was entirely up to her. Maybe she will speak Russian though, just be fluent in English as well.

  20. Thanks for the response Ross.

    I hope so too. I also hope that the reason they're refraining from revealing any of his monologue is because he's the Avatar (keep him mysterious?), and NOT because his acting is sub-par.


  21. No, the biggest change that M. Night has made is making Aang white and most of the cast for that matter. I say no to race bending. I say no to this live action interpretation.

    In 2005, Mike DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko created Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. The show became a huge success and went on for three seasons.

    The show is advertised by Nickelodeon as “set in a fantastical Asian world” and is described by the writers themselves as taking place in “an ancient, fantastical Asian environment, primarily Chinese.”