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While battling Loki's army on a ruined street, the God of Thunder is seen trying to encourage the Cap, who gets hit right on his chest, to fight back.
Admitting that he wants to star in a standalone film about the Marvel green giant, Ruffalo says, 'I'm hoping we're going to see a 'Hulk' movie.'
Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner are also on hand to support the special screening event taking place at the El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood.
Presenting the snippet is Cobie Smulder, who stops by 'Late Show with David Letterman' to promote the upcoming Earth's Mightiest Heores film.
The 'Bourne Legacy' actor says that although the two heroes were not born with super powers, they are not the weakest in the group because they could 'complement each other.'
The alter ego of Natalia Romanova is seen aggressively confronting a group of bad guys while both of her hands are tied behind her back to a chair.
Revealing that Thor is summoned from Asgard by Odin, Hemsworth says that the God of Thunder finds it tricky to join The Avengers because he's afraid the other members will kill his brother Loki.
Marvel Studios' President of Production says that Fury will have a bigger role in the upcoming film since he will be 'very active and in command on the Helicarrier and really gets into the action.'
The actioner about the universe's team of superheroes will close the event on April 18 with real-life heroes as guests.
As Christopher Nolan screens the first rough cut of the Batman film to Warner Bros.' top executives, Marvel Studios announces the Earth Mightiest Heroes pic will have its world premiere on April 11.
In addition to releasing the fresh one-sheets, Walt Disney Pictures confirms that tickets for the film's select midnight screenings are already available for purchase starting Monday, March 12.
Of why both alien creatures will not be included in the upcoming superhero movie, Whedon says that they 'could not be contained in a film where I already had seven movie stars.'