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The Avengers Russian Trailer Shows Loki Breaking Bad

Following last week’s German version, Marvel has released a Russian trailer for The Avengers featuring still more new footage from director Joss Whedon’s ensemble film. There’s nothing particularly revealing in the new snippets, but we do get Loki delivering a smackdown to some mere mortal, and a little more screen time for Nick Fury, Bruce Banner, Hawkeye and Black Widow.

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.

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(via Comic Book Movie)

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  • Coryjameson

    Once again, Robert Downey Jr is the star here. If they try to limit his screen time because they want the other cheaper characters to carry the franchise, the movie series will fail. Everyone loves the Iron Man movies. However, Thor and Captain America have already been forgotten because they were intentionally dumbed down to try to get a wider demographic. These asshat studio executives NEVER understand that the trade-off with dumbing down their movies, is that people have absolutely no attachment to them. 

  • Karaokefanboy

    I don’t understand how Thor and Cap were “dumbed down.”  Thor was a child-like character trying to please his father, and Cap was a late adolescent-turned-superhuman, and both films showed the natural coming of age, in their respective contexts, necessary to be engaging and entertaining — does it HAVE to be more complicated than that?  Tony Stark is a 21st century billionaire inventor haunted by a militaristic legacy — of COURSE he’ll have a bit more depth.  If anything, I hope his dynamic with the other characters is what helps develop their personalities more, if needed.

  • http://efmonline.wordpress.com/ Mythos

    “I have an army.” “We have a Hulk.” BAM!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKN5MHOI6VUFOYCTV5REK7M7A4 Jacob

    Weird seeing the Avengers logo with an M instead.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alexjholt Alex Holt

    Really? Both Thor and Cap were well recived, and certainly much better films than Iron Man 2 — they may not have been performances quite on the level of Downey Jnr but they were certainly solid takes which encapsulated the basic themes of each of the characters and got their backstories out the way.  I think the real character to be watching now is Hulk – he’s the one with the lowest performing film of the four, and with an entirely new actor taking the role.

  • Lord Prong

    Oh Cory, comments like this is why everyone thinks YOU’RE the asshat.  Captain America and Thor were both well received and made tons of money, which is why they are already on board with sequels.  Just go away dude…

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