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This is the
Hero Avengers Express for January 13th, 2012:
Two New International Banner Posters – (What Culture!)
Tired of looking at individual posters for each character in The Avengers? Well you and your oddly specific frustrations are in luck, because Marvel have put out these banners which group the cast together for your visual pleasure:
Germany’s dubbed version of the official Avengers trailer featured some extra footage that you might not have seen before. If my memory serves, the scene in which Black Widow confronts Bruce Banner was shown at Comic Con, and makes its reappearance here. Gamma Squad has a rough translation of the dialogue. I’ve highlighted the parts which don’t feature in the North American version:
Loki: At the end everyone is responsible for himself.
???: What are we doing?
Nick Fury: We’re getting ready. We had the plan to form a group of extraordinary people.
Black Widow: You have to join us.
Bruce Banner: And when I say no?
Black Widow: Then I will convince you.
Tony Stark: Let’s see who we got. We have some assassins. A man with breathtaking anger management problems.
Tony Stark: A demigod, a super soldier, and me.
Nick Fury: Gentlemen what are you ready to do?
Tony Stark: Don’t get angry but I don’t play well with others.
Captain America: A big man in Armor. Take it away what’s left?
Tony Stark: A genius, billionaire philanthropist.
Thor: You have no idea what you are dealing with.
Bruce Banner: We are no team. We are a time bomb.
Tony Stark: When we can’t protect the world, we can avenge it. Back to training.
Two New Badass Stills – (Geek Tyrant)
Geek Tyrant’s got two really nice stills from the official trailer. There’s really not much more to say about it, so here they are:
It’s subtle, but you can see some nice refinements to Iron Man here. It’s particularly more visible in motion, near the end of the trailer. It also looks like the CG suit blends more cohesively with the environment than it did in the past Iron Man films (although the effects in those were great to begin with).