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Ultimate Avengers: The Movie (2006)

Ultimate Avengers (original title)
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To confront an alien menace, General Fury assembles a team of superheroes lead by a recently resuscitated Captain America.


Mark Millar (comic book: "The Ultimates"), Bryan Hitch (comic book: "The Ultimates") | 7 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Justin Gross ... Captain America / Steve Rogers (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Janet Pym / The Wasp (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
Michael Massee ... Bruce Banner (voice)
Marc Worden ... Iron Man / Tony Stark (voice)
Olivia d'Abo ... Black Widow / Natalia Romanoff (voice)
Nan McNamara ... Dr. Betty Ross (voice)
Nolan North ... Giant-Man / Hank Pym (voice)
Andre Ware ... Nick Fury (voice)
David Boat ... Thor (voice) (as Dave Boat)
Fred Tatasciore ... The Hulk / Edwin Jarvis (voice)
Jim Ward Jim Ward ... Herr Kleiser (voice) (as James K. Ward)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Additional Voices (voice)
Steve Blum ... Additional Voices (voice)
Keith Ferguson Keith Ferguson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Quinton Flynn ... Additional Voices (voice)


In 1945, Captain America, U.S. soldier created with a Super-Soldier Serum, is fighting the Nazis during World War II, and after averting a nuclear disaster, he falls into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, and frozen in suspended animation, only to be revived in the twenty-first century by the American military, who are hoping that they can recreate the serum in Captain America's blood in order to create more super-soldiers. But now, with the world facing the very same evil, Captain America must rise again as our last hope of survival, and lead a strong-willed team of today's superheroes. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Individually, they are super heroes. United, they are the Ultimate Avengers...

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for action violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Marvel studios held a nationwide voice talent search for this film on their official website. Some of the audition tapes can be seen as a special feature on the DVD. See more »


The aircraft Captain America and the 101st Airborne troops use at the beginning of the film are B-24 Liberator bombers and were not used for transport in 1945. See more »


Bruce Banner: Any questions? Any questions not about the Hulk?
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Is it The Ultimates or is it The Avengers?
20 February 2006 | by knight110timSee all my reviews

What a strange beast this is. Clearly - and explicitly - based on the brilliant Millar and Hitch comic 'The Ultimates', this cartoon refuses to shake off its mainstream Marvel heritage.

The Ultimate Universe has been the best thing to happen to Marvel for many a year, being a fresh imprint re-imagining all their characters back to 'day one' to hook new readers who might have been put off by the encyclopedic background knowledge needed to keep up to speed with events in the original comics.

The Ultimates were the new incarnation of The Avengers, Marvel's mightiest superhero group since the 1960s. Mark Millar took a much tougher, more 'realistic' and mature approach to the idea of a team of supersoldiers - treating them as 'weapons of mass destruction' - rather than just masked crimefighters and alien invader repellents.

The Ultimate Avengers movie - which could have been mind-blowing done live action in the style of Spider-Man or The X-Men - is a strange mix of the two universes, dumbing down Millar's story and making it more child friendly, but still keeping the characters of new Ultimate universe, with their cocky natures, bickering and inter-party feuds... although The Hulk doesn't get to eat anyone, which is a shame! The animation is pretty good, but not a patch on Bryan Hitch's artwork, which again gives the cartoon a very run-of-the-mill, sub-anime feel in the wake of its high calibre source material. The story and dialogue are also above-average for American cartoons, but could have been so much better ... the problem arises from trying to turn an adult comic back into a kiddy cartoon.

That being said, it still makes good viewing - even if it runs the risk of leaving both Avengers and Ultimates fans cold and disappointed - and a sequel is due out in July, taking the Ultimate Avengers to Wakanda, the home of The Black Panther.

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21 February 2006 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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