Watch the Super Bowl Captain America trailer

In addition to showcasing the TRON 3 trailer as performed by the Black Eyed Peas, Super Bowl XLV also featured the debut of the CAPTAIN AMERICA trailer, showing Chris Evans in action as Cap, and a glimpse of the Red Skull, played by Hugo Weaving.

Everyone is talking about the unveiling of the Red Skull:

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m liking it. It has the “feel” of the Captain America comics that are currently being published by Marvel. Just like the THor ads and the first Iron Man movie. It looks like it will be a better movie than Thor and IM2

  2. shorebird says

    All I can say is WOW! I can’t wait to see the movie this summer! The Super Bowl spot played through so quickly it was great to be able to see it again on this site.

  3. Al™ says

    Good teaser. Looks like the usual treatment, with all the usual big movie stars and moments.
    I thank them for not showing us the entire movie in abbreviated form, which seems to be the norm these days.

  4. says

    Mildly more interesting than the Thor trailer. No attempt at a realistic transformation, as per usual with Marvel.

  5. says

    (Actually, that was the new Tron-themed Main Street Electrical Parade from Disney World. Lady Gaga bowed out at the last minute, so the Black Eyed Peas stepped in, with Usher and Slash.)

    The storytelling in the promo was good. Now… why no love for X-Men: First Class? Red-headed stepchild from Marvel Studios this summer…

  6. Rich says

    Now… why no love for X-Men: First Class? Red-headed stepchild from Marvel Studios this summer…

    X-Men: First Class is being made and distributed by 20th Century Fox, isn’t it?

  7. says

    Yup, X-men: First Class is FOX and with the exception of some set photos and a teaser poster, there hasn’t been much from them. That said, there’s still plenty of time to ramp up ads with it still being many months out.

  8. Goofball814 says

    But Matthew, X-Men First Class comes out In June, Captain America come out July, 22, six (or seven) weeks later. And besides a couple weak pictures, there is NOTHING out there about x:FC.

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