Where did we get this plot from? Is there anything that confirms this? --Spencerz 13:29, September 7, 2011 (UTC)
- It's mostly speculation based on the fragments of information that we do know. Just remove it. -- WarBlade 22:09, September 7, 2011 (UTC)
I'm upset with Marvel. They can at least make Kang or Ultron the villain! Loki is a Thor villain, and I disagree with him being the only villain in this movie. LB68 You wanna piece of the Ladybug? 18:24, October 18, 2011 (UTC)
- In the comic books, the Avengers formed to defeat Loki, the first villain they faced. It is fitting that his machinations unite them in the movie. Kang is a bit of a timeline altering problem, so he'd be better off being held back until some timeline is established to mess around with, if used at all. Ultron should really happen after Pym appears. In the mean time, there is still the original Masters of Evil roster (with all characters having origins that fit nicely into the MCU) to see... although I don't think too many people would miss the silly name if that were to be dropped. -- WarBlade 19:53, October 18, 2011 (UTC)
Who's the leader?
Sorry guys, I'm relatively new in following superhero stories. One thing that make me curious; who is actually the leader of Avengers, Capt. America or Ironman? Thx Pronunciation 13:11, January 26, 2012 (UTC)
- At this point it's Nick Fury as director, but we'll probably have to wait for the movie to see if any field team leaders emerge. -- WarBlade 22:26, January 26, 2012 (UTC)
What's the spoiler policy on this wiki because the film's not official out until May 4, yet we have some big spoilers which have kind of ruined it for me. Not that I expect anyone to care of course, but I'm really disappointed by it. :( -- Anythingspossibleforapossible 19:21, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
- The film is officially out now actually. It had releases on the 25th of April in some places, then rolled out in many more over the following days. Wikis exist to document a subject, and once that subject becomes available you can be sure that wiki articles will be updated accordingly. If you don't want spoilers, then it would be best to stay clear of reading articles on the subjects that you know will contain spoilers. -- WarBlade 20:47, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
I know the plot! The real plot no lies Fusionwilliam
Sorry, but can someone explain the ending to me? The one that takes place on Loki's planet? Was I supposed to understand that? Can someone please post something on my wall explaining it? Thanks. BTW, I loved the new movie!! Awesome! I don't know how other super hero movies can make money anymore after this, we'll just expect too much!
- The guy was Thanos (Earth-199999). Also keep in mind from now on that talk pages talk pages are not supposed to be used simply for general discussion or chat. GhostUser 03:25, May 22, 2012 (UTC)
Transformers rip-off in this film?
Hulk just realize recently. Hulk starting to think the cube thing in film is ripoff of Allspark from Transformers.
- No, they are totally different things and both have different purposes and origins. As far as I know the Allspark it's some kind of... I don't know, thing that powers up those robots. The Tesseract it's a source for infinite power, blah, blah, blah and it's wanted by Loki to trade it with the Chitauri in order to get an army, Loki's objective is not to get the Tesseract, but to use it to conquer Earth. Two different things, two different things. And please, don't compare that Bay-rrific movie with The Avengers.
OOOOOOOoooh. Hulk see now. Hulk sorry. It's just, that they were both powerful objects and they both wanted by evil villain (Loki and Megatron) to conquer Earth. Hulk see both films (Hulk in one).
- Well aside from all that, the Tesseract is just the movie version of the Cosmic Cube, which existed in comics long before the Bay movies. --Spencerz (talk) 14:10, July 22, 2012 (UTC)
hey I was looking through the cast list and whatever in this page and some of them have the subtitle "(appears in flashback)" by them the only problem is I have seen the film at least 3 times and I don't ever remember there being a flashback in the film. was it only in certain regions that it appeared or what exactly is going on because I know in the American version from what I have seen there is no Flashback. I could be wrong though. please help. Lordofninjas1 (talk) 20:26, August 7, 2012 (UTC)
- In the introduction to Steve Rogers, he has some visions remembering about his WWII times and when he was defrozen.
Mentions of Chitauri Homeland
The concept of a chitauri homeland is something that has never appeared in The Avengers or Earth-199999 do date and it's tiring to see it getting written into this wiki so frequently. Homeland basically means "country of origin", and to date the chitauri have not been mentioned as being from any country, nor any planet for that matter. If they're synthetic creations they may not even have a homeworld. But as far as a "homeland" is concerned, any mention of a chitauri homeland is creating false information, and should be reverted. -- WarBlade (talk) 03:23, January 29, 2013 (UTC)
- The wikia has been using "homeland" to depict the place where certain species or race inhabit. It could be changed to "homeworld". But I recently watched the Avengers, this last Sunday, and the Chitauri appear to have a planet where they live in, aside from a mothership they planned to use to attack Earth.
The correct title of the movie "Marvel's The Avengers", as it can be seen in Marvel's website, movie sites, and that "thing" in the bottom of the poster which tells the name of the actors, producers, director, screenwriters, composer, actors, etc. in that long, stretch font (you know what am I talking about right?). Because "The Avengers" is whole different movie.
- The title was just The Avengers in the US, which is what we've been going with when there are discrepancies in the title internationally.
- LoveWaffle (talk) 22:07, February 19, 2013 (UTC)
- I've got the DVD of the movie in its American version, and it's titled as "Marvel's the Avengers", in the back in those-small-letters-I-still-don't-know-the-name-if-it-has-one, and the cover. In Rotten Tomatoes, its Facebook official page, in Amazon.com (link from the official site), in Marvel.com, and its own official site the movie is listed as "Marvel's The Avengers".
- I think for the DVD/Blu-ray release they changed the title of the movie to "Marvel's The Avengers" even in America. Fun Fact: This thing of "Marvel's" can be also seen in its title in other languages, in the cinema I watched "The Avengers: Los Vengadores", today I saw the advertising for "The Avengers: Los Vengadores de Marvel".
- The movie seemed to start out over here as just The Avengers, but I think Marvel has retroactively turned it into Marvel's The Avengers. The DVD/Blu-Ray, and all the promotional materials and merchandise I've seen, like t-shirts and children's backpacks, have the Marvel's The Avengers title. Even watching the Oscars last night, the movie was announced in its category as Marvel's The Avengers. --Spencerz (talk) 14:17, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
- Man, the Avengers totally deserved that Oscar... welp, the Oscars are Hollywood giving themselves a highfive after all... But, back to the topic: So? We change it?