When aliens arrive to link our solar system to theirs, Avengers must go to space to save the sun.
When Kang the Conqueror traps the Avengers, he can begin to bring his armies to the 21st Century.
The Vision awakens after a month to find that Iron Man and the Avengers have taken over the Earth!
Wasp and Iron Man try to get Hank to rejoin the squad, but he is too obsessed with his experiments.
The Avengers are attacked by robotic versions of themselves as part of Ultron's evil plan.
Whirlwind is escorted to prison again, this time to 42, a micro-prison in the Negative Zone.
Now that the threat of invasion is over, Captain America attempts to rally the remaining Avengers.
The Avengers reunite to face the full might of the Skrulls as the alien invasion hits Earth.
The Avengers hunt down the Masters of Evil only to find that someone else has gotten there first.
Hydra and A.I.M. wage war against each another on the streets of New York, and only the Black Widow knows why; the Avengers have just been grounded by S.H.I.E.L.D., now under the control of Maria Hill.
The planet goes into a deep freeze; Iron Man and Thor must put aside their differences to battle Malekith the Accursed.
Hawkeye's still out to take down the Black Widow.
A fleet of ships from the future unleash war and the Avengers are helpless to stop it.
A Kree Sentry has arrived, heralding Earth's entry into an interstellar war between alien empires.
Someone wants an ancient meteorite buried beneath an island.
Mysterious earthquakes are cause artificially.
The weather seems wild, even for England, so The Ministry calls on John Steed to investigate. When they discover someone is out to control the weather, Steed and Mrs. Peel set out to save the world in a flurry.
English reporter Metcalf (Hugh Williams) at sea with Norwegian Kari Alstad (Deborah Kerr) and her father the captain (Finlay Currie), back in London colleagues can't find their man, consulting Lockwood (Ralph Richardson) on the phone, in The Avengers, 1942, a.k.a. Day Will Dawn.
Tumult at the opening, as the Germans invade Poland, star reporter Lockwood (Ralph Richardson) returning to his London newsroom, sports scribe Metcalfe (Hugh Williams) being chosen for war duty in Norway, in The Avengers, 1942, a.k.a. Day Will Dawn.
With German spy Ingrid (Patricia Medina), English reporter Metcalfe (Hugh Williams) enters an Oslo pub, dueling anthems, brawl, and escape with Captain Alstad (Finlay Currie), in the early WWII thriller The Avengers, 1942, a.k.a. Day Will Dawn.
What was involved in creating The Hulk for Marvel's The Avengers? ILM's Visual Effects Supervisor, Jeff White, Associate VFX Supervisor, Jason Smith and other key crew members take you behind the scenes in a two part look at the CG creature effects work done on the film.
Courtesy of ILM.
This video which showcases some of ILM's Oscar nominated effects work for the 2012 hit film, The Avengers. This reel represents a small fraction of the work created by over 200 ILM artists, scientists, and engineers backed up by a world class production team.
The stop motion animations which open and close the reel were done the old fashioned way - by hand, one frame at a time. They were crafted by ILM's stop motion guru, Erik Dillinger specifically for this reel.
Courtesy of ILM.
While The Avengers posed many visual efffects challenges, one of the larger challenges was pulling together the 'tie-in' shot during the third act of the film. Rather than frames, this single shot is measured in minutes on screen and is one of the longest effects shots in the film. It incorporates both practical special effects and extensive digital visual effects by ILM. The New York City environment that serves as the setting for this shot (and virtaully the entire alien invasion) is computer generated by the visual effects team at ILM.
TV Spot for The Avenger announcing the films' Blu-ray release which is now available.
See it again in theaters, one last time. TV Spot for the re-release of The Avengers on Labor Day Weekend.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on Robert Downey Jr.
Agent Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) reflects on what went wrong in an alternate opening for The Avengers which will be available on DVD and Blu-ray September 25th.
Bonus featurette from The Avengers DVD and Blu-ray focuses on how they created the Helicarrier.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!