Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow (2008)
When a nefarious villain named Ultron emerges to threaten mankind, the next generation of superheroes leaps into action and prepares to make their famous parents proud. It's been decades since Ultron defeated the original Avengers, and these days even the few folks that had held out hope for the future are finally ready to admit defeat. But Tony Stark has a surprise up his sleeve in the form of four amazing teenagers who just might have the power to defeat Ultron once and for all. But will James (son of Captain America and Black Widow), Pym (son of Wasp and Giant Man), Torunn (daughter of Thor) and Azari (son of the Black Panther) truly be capable of defeating the villain who brought about the downfall of their powerful parents? As the battle gets underway and Hawkeye's sharp-shooting son leaps into the fray, the team realizes that they might stand a fighting chance if they can only track down the mission Hulk and encourage him to become a member of the team. Should they succeed in defeating Ultron, this group will forever be known as The Next Avengers. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
as James Rogers
as Tony Stark/Ultron
as Bruce Banner
as Betty Ross
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Critic Reviews for Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow
With by-the-numbers characters and only a marginally interesting setup, however, even younger viewers may grow impatient as the film makes its way to a pretty good climax.
Audience Reviews for Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow
The children of heroes past are our only hope for the future!
Good movie! Kids showing off there skills were right on. It was nice to see the old fellow avengers especially the hulk, he stills kicks ass. I bet this movie was made for younger audience so they can get to know the heroes and avenger stories time by time.
The children of the Avengers hone their powers and go head to head with the very enemy responsible for their parents' demise.
Another worthwhile and enjoyable Marvel animation. Really aimed at a younger market, though I would assume younglings love adult orientated Superheroes. Still the overall plot here is fairly dark with the Avengers all dead and Ultron having taken over the world. Enjoyable action allowing us to see Iron Man and Hulk back, though once again Hulk is used as a last minute saviour. The voice acting is very lighthearted and the children's turmoil or being orphans and the last people in existence is something that could have been explored better. If you enjoy superheros and don't mind a bit of tongue in cheek fun there's a lot of entertainment value to be squeezed out here.More
Marvel's animated feature Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow delivers a bold new vision of the Avengers. Twelve years after being put into hiding, the children of the Avengers are targeted by Ultron when they're discovered in a secret arctic base. The story is quite interesting and the characters are especially compelling. Additionally, the animation is well-done; featuring colorful and simple designs that create a unique visual style. Daring and bold, Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow is an impressive and exciting adventure.More
This is quite a strange little animated film to come from Marvel USA. It's a dark and serious story populated by serious, realistic grown-ups and big-eyed, often playful cartoon kids who are the main focus of the story. In this I see the influence of Japanese animation with elements of Manga and even the brilliant and fantastical Miyazaki in the mix. Generally I quite enjoyed it but I doubt that I'll be watching it again in a hurry.More
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