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Ultimate Avengers (also known as Ultimate Avengers: The Movie) is a direct-to-DVD animated film based on the Marvel comic book The Ultimates, and released by Lions Gate Entertainment. The DVD was released on February 21, 2006 in America, and in Europe on October 2 2006. The film made a television debut on April 22, 2006 on Cartoon Network (edited for time and content).Contents[hide]1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reception 4 See also 5 References 6 External links [edit] PlotCaptain America, a U.S. soldier created with the "Super-Soldier Serum", prevents a missile launch by the Nazis in the days of World War II. The missle explosion, however, sends him into a catatonic state, and he falls into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, presumed dead. In the present day, Captain America is found and revived by a S.H.I.E.L.D team led by General Nick Fury. Also present are Bruce Banner and his girlfriend Betty Ross, who lead a team of government scientists working to recreate the Super-Soldier Serum in order to try a stop the real power that backed the Nazis - the alien Chitauri.A Chitauri attack forces Nick Fury's superiors to order the creation of "Project Avenger", which involves the formation of a team of superhumans. Fury tries to recruit - with mixed success - Giant-Man, Wasp, Iron Man, Thor and the Black Widow - and after several setbacks the team unite to fight the Chitauri. Although successful, the team must then battle an enraged Hulk, as Banner releases his alter ego to aid in the battle. The team managed to eventually distract the Hulk long enough for Betty to calm him, and Banner is then incarcerated. The heroes then celebrate their success.[edit] CastActorRoleJustin GrossSteve Rogers / Captain AmericaMarc WordenTony Stark / Iron ManAndre WareGeneral Nick FuryGrey DeLisleJanet Van Dyne-Pym / WaspNolan NorthHank Pym / Giant-ManDave BoatThorOlivia D'AboNatalia Romanov / Black WidowFred TatascioreThe HulkMichael MasseeDr. Bruce BannerNan McNamaraDr. Betty RossJames K. WardHerr Kleiser[edit] ReceptionDavid Cornelius from eFilmCritic.com stated that "It's too violent for younger viewers, but not mature enough for older ones. It's a movie trapped in between target audiences." but that it was still "More satisfying than live-action cousins Daredevil, Elektra, Punisher…".[1][2

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Captain America, a U.S. soldier created with the "Super-Soldier Serum", prevents a missile launch by the Nazis in the days of World War II. The missle explosion, however, sends him into a catatonic state, and he falls into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, presumed dead. In the present day, Captain America is found and revived by a S.H.I.E.L.D team led by General Nick Fury. Also present are Bruce Banner and his girlfriend Betty Ross, who lead a team of government scientists working to recreate the Super-Soldier Serum in order to try a stop the real power that backed the Nazis - the alien Chitauri.

A Chitauri attack forces Nick Fury's superiors to order the creation of "Project Avenger", which involves the formation of a team of superhumans. Fury tries to recruit - with mixed success - Giant-Man, Wasp, Iron Man, Thor and the Black Widow - and after several setbacks the team unite to fight the Chitauri. Although successful, the team must then battle an enraged Hulk, as Banner releases his alter ego to aid in the battle. The team managed to eventually distract the Hulk long enough for Betty to calm him, and Banner is then incarcerated. The heroes then celebrate their success.

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Actor Role
Justin Gross Steve Rogers / Captain America
Marc Worden Tony Stark / Iron Man
Andre Ware General Nick Fury
Grey DeLisle Janet Van Dyne-Pym / Wasp
Nolan North Hank Pym / Giant-Man
Dave Boat Thor
Olivia D'Abo Natalia Romanov / Black Widow
Fred Tatasciore The Hulk
Michael Massee Dr. Bruce Banner
Nan McNamara Dr. Betty Ross
James K. Ward Herr Kleiser
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David Cornelius from eFilmCritic.com stated that "It's too violent for younger viewers, but not mature enough for older ones. It's a movie trapped in between target audiences." but that it was still "More satisfying than live-action cousins Daredevil, Elektra, Punisher…".