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Final Scene from Captain America

Watch the Avengers assemble.

By Jarrod Sarafin     July 29, 2011
Source: Paramount Pictures, Yahoo

Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) coming together for THE AVENGERS(2012).
© Paramount Pictures, Marvel

It should probably go without saying that spoilers are in this clip for those who haven't seen Captain America: The First Avenger...But there's the warning. With the film's theatrical run being a full week as of today, Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios have agreed to show some of those scenes from the final moments of their comic adventure. The scenes which have the Marvel superheroes gathering together for next summer's The Avengers.  Check the video clip out down below.




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muddseye 7/29/2011 7:12:52 AM

Well that was underwhelming... I was kinda hoping they were gonna officially release the Avengers trailer from the end of the movie

jedibanner 7/29/2011 7:19:52 AM

It wasn't much but still, I couldn't pass on seeing anything relatated to this.

SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO excited about this, it is the culmination of my all time geek moment to see this movie (the Avengers) and nothing on earth will bring something as geek mania as this movie (I couldn't care less about a JLA movie).

THAT"S why Marvel knows how to make movies (yes, yes, I know not all of them were great but, that's how they learned and improved Vs. DC who still hasn't learned except for Batman).

xJokersxWildx 7/29/2011 7:53:36 AM

The New Cap outfit is so much better accept the boots are pretty stupid lol. I dunno cant have everythng i guess.


Tevii 7/29/2011 8:03:11 AM

@jedibanner - i think the real reason DC doesnt make good movies is because Warner owns them. Its overrun with visionless suits that run the show and always want to add their take on stuff. They pressure for the latest movie trends rather than stick to the source to make more money.... fortunately it hasnt worked for them yet and they may change their approach) Perfect example: I actually just watched the entire Wnder Woman pilot.... worse piece of garbage ive seen and COMPLETELY unrelated to the comic. but Palicki did a great job.

Marvel didnt have that problem... until Disney bought them.

Im worried that in few years Disney will be applying the same type of "who cares about story: MORE money MORE money" pressure to Marvel that Warner has been applying to DC the last 20 years. Corporate entities like Warner and Disney dont care about the existing fanbase because they think they can improve it to appeal to a larger audience. (but as long as marvel continues making hits we dont have to worry a la Pixar)

Saw Captain America last night it was GREAT!

lusiphur 7/29/2011 8:44:31 AM

 Nice to be able to slow the clip down to get details.  But xJokersWildx, I never say Cap's boots in that trailer.  Did I miss something?

jedibanner 7/29/2011 8:46:25 AM

Tevii, that might be true and I can admit that I'm sure it's not all DC's fault. Hopefully with time they will improve but, I'm not a big fan anyway so, not expecting much regardless.

violator14 7/29/2011 8:49:33 AM

Saw Cap last night too. Pretty good movie. Very cool how they make his abilities come to life. I was like.. "Ya.. YA........ this is Captain America!" Kinda lost me during the awkward cheesy action montage scenes, but i can forgive that. It could have been A LOT A LOT worse and VERY cheesy, but they got it right.

I think Howard Stark stole the show everytime he was on screen. haha, Iron Man's dad was a funny ass dude in his day! And I really enjoyed the last scene where he wakes up in the modern times. Still think Thor has been the best comic movie this year, or any year since Iron Man for that matter. Avengers!!!!!

ElBaz13 7/29/2011 9:20:30 AM

Fanboy drool....

How many more days until Avengers? I have to honestly say, over the past 15 years, I only had a few choice movies that I said "holy s***! I'm counting down the days"  Phantom Menace was one of them (yeah, the movie was sub-par but I'm sure every SW fanboy was counting the days like me) and the LOTR trilogy. Sure I like the Marvel movies but none of them gave me the "wow factor" like this one. This is basically an all-star line-up directed by a big time comic fanboy.

And yeah, agree on the DC thing. Notice in Marvel's credits, they have a team of consultants, usually Brian Bendis, Joe Q, Tom Brevoort and Mark Millar. The studios talk to the writers who write the stories every month. They listen! Ken Branagh took advice from them. So did Jon Favreau. From what I heard, Disney will let Marvel do its thing like it's doing for Pixar (nothing wrong here).

DC needs a bullpen of top guys to be these consultants and let Warner Bros not mess with it. WW TV show is prime example.

redslayer 7/29/2011 9:43:25 AM

Last scene and final trailer were so much better at the movies.  I'm actually looking forward to Avengers

aegrant 7/29/2011 10:25:47 AM

They start filming Avengers next week here in Cleveland. Hopefully they film some stuff by my job so I can take some on (or nearly on) the set pics.

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