'The Avengers' 2010 Comic Con Teaser

Photo: Paramount Pictures

Thanks to Slashfilm for pointing out the Comic Con teaser for The Avengers that showed at the convention last month, but don't get too excited about seeing it unless logos get you off because that's all we really have here considering not a single frame of footage has been shot and the script isn't even completed yet.

The Avengers is currently set for release on May 4, 2012 following next year's release of Thor (5/6/11) and Captain America: The First Avenger (7/22/11). The film brings together Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and other heroes to form Marvel's first supergroup, The Avengers!

Check out the brief teaser below, which according to Slashfilm was created by Imaginary Forces directors Ahmet Ahmet and Peter Frankfurt, the same company responsible for both the DC Comics movies and Marvel movie logos which play before each film.

  • randy

    i dont think ill be seeing this .... i have a feeling by that time hero movies will be dead

  • Feedback

    Chris Evans as Capt. America. I think that sums up the main reason why not to watch the movie. But I could go on... Samuel Jackson as Nick Fury. Scarlett Johanson as Black Widow. I think I've spoken enough.

    • MarvelFan

      I think you have spoken enough, and I think you're an idiot.

  • ddurden33

    im quickly loosing interest in movies, and i believe reboots, sequels, prequels and super hero movies are the main reasons for it.

  • Jamie

    Brad, I sent the site a link to the Thor Comic-Con teaser, I think you should have posted that instead of a voice over that would have pissed me off if that's all I saw at the convention.

    • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/ Brad Brevet

      Yeah, that is a video Paramount legal has been pulling off of websites since it first leaked. I posted it for about an hour back on July 28th and then pulled it not wanting to deal with angry emails from the studio.

  • Paul L

    You can really hear the scraping of the barrel on this one!

  • AJ

    Well, it is a teaser made especially for the comic fans, quoting the opening summary given in every issue of the Avengers. Of course it's not going to mean much to someone who hasn't read the source material, just as "Winter is coming" doesn't mean a thing to me, but apparently its use by HBO sends a chill of excitement down the spines of fans of A Game Of Thrones.

  • donx28

    Give the movie a chance. Downey will give the movie alot of flair. He has been choosing some good scripts these days so I dont see him going with a bad idea especially when Iron Man is such a success.