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The Avengers International Trailer Reveals New Scenes, Dialogue

The German trailer for The Avengers has surfaced online, providing new glimpses of Captain America and Thor in action while giving more screen time to Black Widow as she apparently attempts to recruit a hesitant Bruce Banner to Nick Fury’s super-team. Comic Book Movie has translations of the new dialogue.

Directed by Joss Whedon, The Avengers stars Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Chris Evans as Captain America, Mark Ruffalo as the Incredible Hulk, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Clark Gregg as Agent Phil Coulson, Cobie Smulders as Agent Maria Hill and Stellan Skarsgård as Dr. Selvig. The movie opens May 4.

Marvel Studios presents in association with Paramount Pictures “Marvel’s The Avengers”–the Super Hero team up of a lifetime, featuring iconic Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, 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. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins.


  • Jacob

    Why isn’t it in English? Shouldn’t an international trailer be in one of the most widespread languages in the world?

  • EVH

    wow, talk about being naive…

  • Jacob

    wow, talk about not being helpful at all…

    Title of the article says international trailer. What good is an international trailer if it’s in German? How does that help the people in Spain, France, England, etc.? And that’s just Europe. Where does naïveté come in?

  • Squashua

    so… what’s new in this one?

  • Spideyman17

    LOLing at Jacob’s comment.

  • Erik Burnham

    It’s called an international trailer presumably because different footage was cut together for the non-domestic (read: US/Canadian) market.  The fact that it’s in German means only that their dub was the first to go up, nothing more. (Speculation, sure, but it fits doesn’t it?) (:

  • Jaded Devil

    Scenes with Black Widow talking to Banner about coming into the mix, from the looks of it…I don’t speak German, so I’m guessing that’s what they’re talking about.

  • Christine

    “International” is obviously a misnomer and this is clearly aimed at the German-speaking market.

  • Christine

    Yes, she asks him to join and he says “What if I say no?” and she says “I’ll persuade you.” Or something to that effect. My German is rusty, to say the least. ;)

    (This was meant in reply to Jaded Devil, I have no idea why the reply button decided to go on strike.)

  • Guest

    Yes, she asks him to join and he says “What if I say no?” and she says “I’ll persuade you.” Or something to that effect. My German is rusty, to say the least. ;)

  • Nataniel Costard

    I think the part where Tony goes: “We have a super-killer, a man with serious rage control problems, a super-soldier, a God, and… me” is new too, isn’t it?

  • J. Junior

    International in the sense that’s is not national.

    In this case, German.

  • Jimminy

    uggh, i hate this version of nick fury

  • Lord Prong

    Which widespread language are you referring to?  Mandarin Chinese or Spanish?  English only comes a close third re: popularity and usage.

    I think this “international” trailer is the one which they’ll use to dub in various languages across the majority of the non-English speaking markets.  Same footage, but French/ Spanish/ Swedish dub etc.

  • Christine

    I agree with your observations but my national pride (I’m Swedish) compels me to point out that none of the  Scandinavian countries dub their movies (we use subtitles instead). I don’t expect anyone to know that – and it’s very much beside the point of this post and your comment – but I absolutely hate dubbing myself and always groan when I go to continental Europe and catch an episode of some American sit-com in French. ;)

  • kalorrama

    Well, this explains a lot about your complaints about the shadow in the Spider-Man poster.

  • Ferah11

    What will happen is Johny Storm and Captain America ever met?

  • Jacob

    Nothing because that Johnny Storm won’t be played by Evans.

  • Jacob

    Lol, are you still trolling about that?

  • Jacob

    English is the most widespread language. Spanish and Mandarin might have more speakers, but it’s not used in as many countries.

  • Jacob

    International means multi-national. More than one nation. This is clearly aimed at the German people, so it’s the national trailer for Germany.

  • Jacob

    Boom. That’s the point I was making. Just in a very roundabout and unhelpful way.

  • Anonymous

    Definitely a show to be seen.  But just a little darker please… This is not TV…

  • George S.

    Cap looks FABULOUUUUUS in that cover pic.

  • Gary Combs

    sorry, but samuel jackson as nick fury rules.

  • Cjorg2

    That’s not true.  Mandarin and it’s speakers are found throughout the world across pretty much all the continents and thus is the most widespread language in use.

  • Cjorg2

    Nah.  Sam Jackson as Nick Fury sucks.  Give me the ORIGINAL Fury, not some fanboys’ wet dream of how cool they think Sam Jackson really is (he’s an actor for chrissakes, and not the real deal)

  • Mythos

    It’s the German version of the international trailer. As simple as that.

  • Jed Tylman

    The dialogs sound funny in German (no offense).
    On the serious side, have you noticed the villains are not shown in any shots?  :-)