A lot of content from Marvel's The Avengers recent live Twitter chat was overshadowed by the simultaneous release of a /marvels-the-avengers-super-bowl-xlvi-tv-spot-teaser/teaser from that film's upcoming Super Bowl XLVI TV spot. As we've covered Marvel's The Avengers' The Amazing Spider-Man rumor in some detail, we wanted to make sure we gave you a proper update, as director Joss Whedon did make a statement on this particular aspect of the film.

Of course, Joss Whedon has denied that neither The Amazing Spider-Man nor his alter ego Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) will be showing up at any point during Marvel's The Avengers runtime. Bryan Singer also told us there would be no Wolverine in X-Men: First Class, and we all know how that turned out.

As of now, this is Joss Whedon's official confirmation that Peter Parker never had a trailer set up next to Tony Stark on the set.

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"There is no Spider-Man cameo. But the Avengers do turn off the dark!"

He then went onto say that if there were a cameo in the mix, he wouldn't have chosen Spider-Man.

"I'm a fan of the Wasp. She's goofy and stingy."

In related news, it has been confirmed that this Sunday's upcoming Marvel's The Avengers: Super Bowl XLVI TV spot will offer a first look at the alien invaders that this team of superheroes must face down, as hinted at in the teaser released earlier this week.

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