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dalgoda 5/7/2012 7:47:38 AM

Supposedly, the Ruffalo/Harry Dean Stanton scene was much longer but one of the things they had to cut.  It might also explain how he controls the Hulk much better at the end of the movie.

gauleyboy420 5/7/2012 11:25:43 AM

dalgoda, Banner started working on controlling the Hulk at the end of The Incredible Hulk. It's been several years and he has been working on it. I think the Harry Dean Stanton cameo was just that... a cameo

Lsn22s 5/7/2012 1:06:15 PM

Well, saw it opening day...just amazing, seriously AMAZING....and for those who are skeptical the 3D is GREAT. Joss Whedon said  that the movie wasn't actually shot in 3D but the scenes were all shot with 3D in mind...It absolutely delivered, I was VERY MUCH immersed in the Marvel Movie U the whole time, I mean, even aside from the film's fact, best 3D I've seen in theatres, right up there with Avatar in a lot of parts. Bring on the various Avenger sequels!!!!!!! oh yeah and Amazing Spiderman, new trailer looks sweet! Avengers biggest opening weekend EVER, may the haters hate, Joss Whedon, the great cast and Marvel truly hit a grand slam with this happy to be a Marvel fan right now!!!!


and that was THANOS in the mid-Credits scene, no doubt about it whatsoever...

millean 5/7/2012 2:28:14 PM

That reminds me.  My biggest gripe about the Avengers screening that I saw did NOT include a trailer for Amazing Spider-Man.  WTF???


gwithoutyou 5/7/2012 3:54:19 PM

Movie Was The Epitome Of Epicness

XeroWarp 5/7/2012 5:10:39 PM

Millean..You didn't miss much. I am still trying to wrap my head around a Spiderman reboot/remake this soon. My only conclusion is that they are going to tie spidey into the Avenger story line.

Tighelander 5/7/2012 10:37:34 PM

The Avengers later dub the cook at the diner "Sha Warmachine".

Roqueja 5/8/2012 6:57:57 AM

I've seen it twice, once in 3-D, once in 2-D.  Loved it in both formats, but didn't miss the 3-D.  I am still trying to be sure, so I'll see it again in 3-D.  That will have to do for an excuse to see it again.

The humour was expressed so naturally from the characters that it made the little scenes the most memorable of the movie.  Very well done from writing, directing and acting of these scenes.  

The Hulk is the character that I was looking forward to seeing the most, as most reviews liked his portrayal and even went on to say that he stole every scene that he was in.  I have 30 years of Hulk comics that I have read in my basement, never skipping an issue, and always at the top of my pull list.  I did like the Hulk in the Avengers, and it is very close to what the character should be as a movie character.  It did not seem consistant however.  I watched his every move and scene intently, and noticed a couple of quick scenes where his size and musculature were not the same as the previous scene seconds before.  A last little sting was in a couple of frames, they made the Hulk too simian.  His arms are not that long, and the Hulk should never ever walk on his knuckles.  I really liked the acting as Banner, and the fact that a director finally put a pair of glasses on the frikkin guy.  It's the small things about the characters that are a part of the sum I guess.  I would love a new Hulk flick with this rendition to explore where it could go. 

Hulkfan4ever 5/8/2012 8:45:49 AM

Roqueja ~ I agree with this 100%:

"they made the Hulk too simian. His arms are not that long, and the Hulk should never ever walk on his knuckles. I really liked the acting as Banner, and the fact that a director finally put a pair of glasses on the frikkin guy."

DarthoftheDead 5/8/2012 11:00:34 AM

I'm mad at Mr Whedon..........he's making me fall out of love with Star Wars.........

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