this trailer for the first Avengers in the 50s will surprise you

A YouTuber wanted to decline the very first Avengers of Marvel by imagining its story in the 50s. And for this, he created a video, which will, without a doubt, surprise you.

A movie avengers in the 50s ?

Since its cinematic debut, Marvel has taken its audience through different universes, thanks to the establishment of the multiverse from its phase 4, but also in different eras. For example, Captain America: First Avenger takes place during World War II in the 1940s, and Captain Marvel is set in the 1990s.

However, these films were released in 2011 and 2019 respectively, and the first Marvel film, Iron Man, was released in 2008. But what would it have been like if Marvel Cinema Studios had existed much earlier, roughly in same time as Marvel Comics, created in 1939?

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a striking trailer for the first Avengers

This is what he imagined Cloud Gaming, a YouTube channel that revisits cinema classics from other eras, through AI-generated trailers. In a video released a few weeks ago, the channel diverted the first Avengers film (released in 2012) by imagining if the adventures of the superhero troupe had taken place in 1950.

In the trailer, if Loki’s invasion of New York still remains the central thread of the plot, we notice the integration of new superheroes like Ant-Man, Spider-Man, or even the Scarlet Witch. On the menu, crew cuts, mustaches, retro effects, and colorimetry characteristic of the era. The result is striking. We’ll let you judge for yourself.

And if you want to go further, we leave you with this article, which presents Sora, the new Open AI tool, capable of creating striking videos from a simple text entry. There is no doubt that computer-generated videos are becoming more and more efficient and realistic.

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