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marvelnut123 - 1/31/2015, 8:45 AM
fantastic $ trailer is new and fresh. got my vote. I am so intrigued.
BobbyDrake - 1/31/2015, 8:58 AM
AOU>Ant-Man>fantfourstic
TheTruthHurts - 1/31/2015, 9:02 AM
@BobbyDrake

agreed! It is a no brainer on this vote!
FixitO7 - 1/31/2015, 9:10 AM
FF of course !
I'm not a big fan of the Avengers anyway (comics and movies).
Ragnaroknroll - 1/31/2015, 9:11 AM
People are on crack thinking Fantfourstick is a good trailer. Let's just throw some stock footage together with some dark hallways, sullen music and some cheesy narration and boom we have a winner! Give me a break.
npamusic - 1/31/2015, 9:13 AM
AOU>Fantastic4>Ant-Man
Ramiel - 1/31/2015, 9:14 AM
The AOU trailer was glorious. The Ant-Man trailer was okay. And the Interste2ar trailer has been done before.
Xienn - 1/31/2015, 9:15 AM
There is no way I can get even a little excited about an origin story. Especially F-4, we've seen it, move on from there. This is how Amazing Spider-Man missed the beat and lost a ton of tempo. Zorro, Super-Man, Tarzan, all we typically get from these heroes are origin stories. It hasn't been 30 years, don't say it again, don't say it different, just make it interesting after we know who these people are. A:AoU continues to push the story forward, bringing in new heroes but not dropping the tempo back to another rehashed origin. It doesn't need to be this way.
Mastyrwerk - 1/31/2015, 9:16 AM
Fantastic Fail is extremely generic.

Obviously AoU is the best trailer. Hulk vs Hulkbuster. No contest.
TheDarman - 1/31/2015, 9:21 AM
Surprisingly enough, I'm going to go with Fantastic Four. Mostly because I had really high hopes for both Avengers: Age of Ultron trailers and they both fell short. Ant-Man is one of the most generic and least exciting trailers I've ever seen. But the Fantastic Four trailer did what a teaser trailer is supposed to do. It instilled me with excitement when I had very little. Avengers: Age of Ultron is a movie I'm still more excited for, don't get me wrong but, if I was going based on the teasers alone, I would be far more excited for Fantastic Four because it showed me what it had while still holding back on things. It provided me with the idea that this might be something new and something I've never seen before. Avengers: Age of Ultron feels a little tried and true, at least from the trailers.
Torpedo - 1/31/2015, 9:25 AM
The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer showed us the same stuff as the teaser but made it look less interesting.

The Fantastic Four teaser showed us the same stuff as the trailers for Interstellar, Prometheus, Divergent, Maze Runner, etc. but made it look barely comprehensible.

So... ANT-MAN wins.
marvel72 - 1/31/2015, 9:30 AM
Easiest decision I have ever had to make,Avengers:Age Of Ultron.
CaptainAmerica31 - 1/31/2015, 9:34 AM
Fantastic four trailer really shut a lot of people up and it looks fresh and new. It gets my vote
mdwilliamson24 - 1/31/2015, 9:41 AM
I love watching the affects that trailers have on the people when they come out.
A lot of fans seem to "hate" CGI effects and bitch and moan when a movie stoops to using them, then a trailer will release for something like Transformers with tons of computer graphics and these people will all go "Oooh! Shiny! Me likey!...maybe the movie won't be so bad!"
Amazing512 - 1/31/2015, 9:43 AM
F4 looks like s**t. I actually liked how laid back the Ant-Man trailer was.AoU was still the best But I thought Ant-Man was still better than the phony F4.
AbhiShake - 1/31/2015, 9:45 AM
Fant4stic was the best imo, it was poetic. AoU was good but the whole pinochio theme was odd. Antman trailer was just ok.
Highflyer - 1/31/2015, 9:54 AM
Fantastic 4 for me. The antman trailer just screamed 'be a cool daddy'
mc7791 - 1/31/2015, 9:55 AM
The no strings on me vibe from AOU has grown on me. Do like feel of Ant-Man as well. A little meh at times but Scott asking if can change the name is fun too. FF looks like project Almanac meets Interstellar. Does not look or feel like the FF at all for the most part. Either of the 2 AOU trailers hands down.
Highflyer - 1/31/2015, 9:57 AM
And I agree with the comment above the fantastic four was Poetic.
TheOverlord - 1/31/2015, 10:00 AM
1. Avengers, 2. Ant-Man, 3. a colonoscopy, 4. Fantastic Four.
MARVELPSYCHO79 - 1/31/2015, 10:08 AM
Avengers:Age Of Ultron FTW.Then Ant-Man.Fvck Foxt4stic.
MARVELPSYCHO79 - 1/31/2015, 10:09 AM
@TheOverlord LMMFAO.
MARVELPSYCHO79 - 1/31/2015, 10:12 AM
@mc7791 It doesn't feel like a Fantastic Four movie.It's more like Interstellar and Chronicle mashed together."Chronistellar".
Zordan - 1/31/2015, 10:14 AM
f4 is the best and avengers is going to win.
FerFogs - 1/31/2015, 10:15 AM
Avengers. Easy.
hawkeyeronin - 1/31/2015, 10:28 AM
I think Ant Man, it explained a bit of the character motivations, Avengers to me was basically just relying on it being Avengers, which should work for it and the other was just boring. Order of how good movies will be is different I am sure.
SuperCat - 1/31/2015, 10:43 AM
I picked FF because a lot of us on this site have been trashing the movie for months now. The trailer turned out to be pretty good.
Corinthiano - 1/31/2015, 10:49 AM
Where are the Fantastic Four on this trailer???
Nick56 - 1/31/2015, 10:55 AM
Yup F4 trailer for me. Nothing that new in the AOU trailer and Antman trailer was lousy
Nick56 - 1/31/2015, 10:57 AM
And people complaining that F4 doesn't feel like F4 should maybe consider that a good thing. The last time they tried to make F4 movies that felt like the comics we got those shitty 2 movies
Nick56 - 1/31/2015, 10:57 AM
Im happy they are doing something new (that still technically follows the comics). The fact that it doesn't look like a typical superhero movie is a blessing imo
JPSpideyFan2015 - 1/31/2015, 11:04 AM
AoU > Ant-Man > FF
oMonRo - 1/31/2015, 11:11 AM
AoU > FF > Ant-Man
Scorpinicus - 1/31/2015, 11:20 AM
Both the Age of Ultron trailer and the Fantastic 4 trailer got my most attention. Don't get me wrong I really liked the Ant-Man trailer, but the other two topped it off for me. Age of Ultron for how cinematic it is and the serious tone to it(for example: people's lives, friendships, etc...are at risk)and then Fantastic 4 for how dark, realistic(in the sense that what would humans do if they actually acquired extraordinary abilities, how would they deal with them, and how would they deal with other people's reaction to it etc...) and how scientific/sci-fi it is.
UltimateHunt - 1/31/2015, 11:22 AM
Fant4stic v And-Man is a more fair vs.

Fant4atic for me is a bit better. But both trailers were neutral 4 me.
CaptainPresley - 1/31/2015, 11:27 AM
AOU > F4 > A-M
The Ant-Man trailer is one of the most underwhelming CBM trailers in sometime. F4 looks much better than I expected (which I didn't expect much).
PiscinaDeLaMuerte - 1/31/2015, 11:30 AM
The AOU trailer was cool but it was nothing we haven't seen, really. The Antman trailer was intriguing, but I truly hold nothing but disdain for Antman, Comics or otherwise. The trailer for Fant4stic stood out to Me because it seems to be a more unique sort of movie, out in its own field, i.e: Exploration, Mutation, Origin(boo), but with enough of a seemingly rounded out story to make it interesting. I have to say, I'm more exited for Fant4stic, if only because its a longshot, while the other two are guaranteed hits.
TheScarletTroll - 1/31/2015, 11:44 AM
If it had been the first Age of Ultron trailer, it would have won for sure. The second one, while still good, wasn't QUITE as "FVCK YEAH" as the first.

And since Fant4stic looks like a generic sci-fi movie and a terrible Fantastic Four movie, it actually goes to Ant-Man.

The Ant-Man teaser actually got me invested in the characters and the story. It set emotional stakes on a realistic, human level, and that counts for a lot in my book.
ralfinader - 1/31/2015, 11:45 AM
Not even a contest unless you suffer severe bias. Ant-Man failed to deliver the goods. It was serviceable at best, setting up a few characters, some motivations, and offered little to nothing in action or humor. FF was not much better. It offered some glimpses at the 4, gave the barest hints to their changes, and not much else. Not saying they need to give everything away, but some hint as to what the plot was going to be about could not have hurt. Avengers trailers have been put together better, setting up a nemesis, blending the action, suspense, humor, and mysterious settings and imagery to hook a person.

So to Ant-Man: More shrinky stuff, humor, or some fighting.

And to FF: More planes in beams of light shit, personality/relationship beats, and some damn action...like a funeral over there, Jesus.
CyricTheMad - 1/31/2015, 1:14 PM
AOU got my vote, but I've watched Antman the most. I like the themes it hints at, particularly the "failed parent seeking redemption". Out of the 26 times I watched Interstellar Almanac Begins, It LOOKS like a good Sci-Fi movie, but that's it, I don't feel the familial connection that a FF movie should have.
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