By Aaron Bogert | Indiewire March 16, 2012 at 1:04PM
Anyone who has seen the recently released second trailer for Joss Whedon's "The Avengers" knows that film will be heavy on special effects and that it probably has a sizable budget. Anyone, interested in a slightly lower budget version of the trailer need not look any further, as we've got the "sweded" version of trailer.
"Sweded" being a term coined in the film "Be Kind Rewind" which basically means to produce a considerably lower-budgeted and homemade version of a film. The amazing thing about the sweded version of "The Avengers" trailer is that it's literally a shot for shot re-creation of the real one, with even the same dialogue intact. Crucial difference being, the sweded version is meant to make you laugh, though it's no less impressive.
Check out the sweded version of "The Avengers" trailer below: