Here's The Second Avengers: Age Of Ultron Trailer

| 13 Jan 2015 05:40

Ultron tears The Avengers apart while Disney and Marvel double down on the Pinocchio references.

Tonight during some... football game, Marvel unveiled the new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Fortunately, it's now out in the wild. Because we care, I won't beat around the bush - watch right now, on the right side of this page.

To be clear, nothing in this trailer adds substantially to what we've previously seen. The tone is different, I suppose - this trailer really emphasizes what we all know to be the case: that the events of Ultron lead in some capacity to the apparent break up of the Avengers, setting the stage for Captain America: Civil War, and ultimately a new Avengers lineup. But we've previously seen elements of almost everything in this one.

But who cares? Marvel is really good at selling their films, and they've done so here. I love how damned personal things look. The Avengers have always been about the weird family dynamic, so breaking them up means getting in the way of their relationships, We get a hint of that by the way certain characters interact, like Black Widow and The Hulk, or better, Iron Man and The Hulk. We also see more of our heroes isolated from one another (not just emo Hawkeye in the woods). Hell, I even like the heavy handed use of "I've got no strings". That's how good Marvel is at this. Point: Prepare for all the feels, true believers.

How great does this thing look? I love the Hulkbuster armor, and the weird, disjointed, almost zombie-esque way Ultron comes together. Granted, I'd like to see more of Quicksilver, but hell, I can wait until the film comes out.

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I got the feeling from this that characters like Black Widow and Cap are really starting to feel underpowered, and that the former might actually get some sort of augmentation by the end of the film (that shot with the needle, then her having the moment with Banner, then her just generally being in the trailer a lot). Perhaps that'll lead to some sort of worldwide crackdown on 'superheroes', where every superpowered individual essentially gets put in a cage until they're needed (think Winter Soldier, triple down on HYDRA as an enemy). Maybe Stark, after 'retiring' and helping create Ultron, will decide it's necessary, and oversee the whole thing, while Cap and the rest fight to stay free. This of course would lead to the Civil War movie.

No idea what Avengers 2 is going to be about, though.

That looked to me like it might be Pepper Potts, but I can't re-watch the trailer just now to check.

Nope it's Scarlett Witch.

A few things, someone says 'it's Ultron in the flesh'... this suggests that SOMEONE knows who or what Ultron is beyond the whole sentient computer program that gains life, takes over a destroyed Iron Man suit then sets about killing everyone while making himself super powerful. I am guessing that's where Thor steps in and we get the 'you messed with forces you knew nothing about line.'

Ultron saying 'I will tear you apart from the inside out' now that alone is a freaking scary turn of phrase but who is he saying it too?

Hulk and Black Widow having a tender moment, that huge rage machine seems to be getting a grip on his whole rage thing.

New chick in a cave, no idea who she is but looks interesting oh and correct me if I am wrong but still no sign of The Vision in any of the trailers.

Oh and more Hulk buster which is great in every respect.

ChroniclerC:
"Here is the new trailer." Um. Where? Nowhere on the linked article, nor in any of the article's links, does the trailer appear. (And yes, I turned off my various plugins to double-check.)

What browser are you using, because the trailer is in the opening post as clear as rain. I've watched it at least twice already on Google Chrome, and it shows up on FireFox as well. I think your Flash is out of date if it's not appearing in any articles.

"Here is the new trailer." Um. Where? Nowhere on the linked article, nor in any of the article's links, does the trailer appear. (And yes, I turned off my various plugins to double-check.)

vid87:

Remus:
Who's the girl in the cave? I was thinking Wakandan at first but she looks very....bony. Perhaps one of Thanos's lieutenants, maybe Supergiant?

I'm personally giving you special props because there's two different threads on this and absolutely no one else has asked about what is probably the most interesting new thing about the trailer.

Seriously, never seen her before and the Sith robe suggests villain (along with Ultron, Strucker and the twins, and Dr. Claw? Yeesh). My wild out of left field hope is that it's actually an Inhuman Storm and she's connected to Black Panther.

We already know Klaw is in this, so it is not impossible to consider this is tied to Black Panther.

My guess is Shuri, or a member of the Dora Milaje...

Same problems as the first trailer.

It's almost like they don't want anyone to watch this film. The tone is yet again completely dark and brooding and wants to turn the Avengers into The Dark Knight. Any sense of fun and joy is completely sucked out with exception of the moment when you see Hulk vs Hulkbuster armor.

I'm sure the movie is going to be fantastic but these trailers are awful.

Remus:
Who's the girl in the cave? I was thinking Wakandan at first but she looks very....bony. Perhaps one of Thanos's lieutenants, maybe Supergiant?

I'm personally giving you special props because there's two different threads on this and absolutely no one else has asked about what is probably the most interesting new thing about the trailer.

Seriously, never seen her before and the Sith robe suggests villain (along with Ultron, Strucker and the twins, and Dr. Claw? Yeesh). My wild out of left field hope is that it's actually an Inhuman Storm and she's connected to Black Panther.

I guess I am liking MARVEL for not spoiling too much in the trailers so far despite I want to see the Vision already!

jab136:

I am not too worried about A2, as it will probably do well no matter what, and it definitely looks good enough to draw big crowds. I have a larger suspicion that Ant Man will "bomb" because it really looks meh. I am slightly concerned about the amount of new characters being introduced in Avengers 2 though, it looks like it might start to get a bit confusing.

Worst case scenario is that they end up like that assistant S.H.I.E.L.D. agent lady from The Avengers in that they won't do much but we'll at least get some lines and the like. Then they'll come back in a later movie and do stuff like that lady did in The Winter Soldier.

OT: Said in off-topic thread that it makes me interested in seeing it, even if it doesn't look amazeballs. Also like I said in that thread, Guardians looked amazeballs so maybe this is the better approach. Any excuse to go see Captain America at the cinema again.

May cannot get here quick enough!!

jab136:

I am not too worried about A2, as it will probably do well no matter what, and it definitely looks good enough to draw big crowds. I have a larger suspicion that Ant Man will "bomb" because it really looks meh. I am slightly concerned about the amount of new characters being introduced in Avengers 2 though, it looks like it might start to get a bit confusing.

It does look good, and it's mostly a gut feeling that like most times for me will probably not be anything, but it's still a felling that can be unnerving.

I have little to no clue about anything for the Antman movie, since I've looked up nothing about it. Only thing I know is about the director stuff. I wonder if Antman will do okay by the sheer fact that it isn't one of the more well known characters. Also, I feel that it might be fine as I don't see large amounts of hype around it that could be more for backfire. Then again, being after Avengers 2, it has a good chance of being looked down upon, because if there's something I've learned from One Piece, it's that after a major and popular arc, the next one is going to be considered a disappointment.

Just a wait and see game at this point, since both movies come out this year.

Super Cyborg:

With how things have been, I wonder if expectations will be too high, or if the Marvel hype train will have gone too far finally, that people will be down on this a lot more than one should. Hype is good to get people excited and want to see something, but I feel that the amount of hype Marvel has is at a breaking point, that it will do more negative than good. I've learned to not get hyped up to much by not keeping up with all the details and making speculations all the time, but many will get way too hyped, which will most likely be a large number of people, that it will backfire eventually. Hopefully it's nothing, but for some reason, I have this gut feeling that Avengers 2 will be the first "bomb" for the MCU, and not necessarily for it being terrible.

I am not too worried about A2, as it will probably do well no matter what, and it definitely looks good enough to draw big crowds. I have a larger suspicion that Ant Man will "bomb" because it really looks meh. I am slightly concerned about the amount of new characters being introduced in Avengers 2 though, it looks like it might start to get a bit confusing.

I am excited to see the movie, and I'm hoping it does more than the first Avengers, mainly from the fact that while good, didn't have a lot of meat to the plot. I'm sure overall it will be a good movie.

With how things have been, I wonder if expectations will be too high, or if the Marvel hype train will have gone too far finally, that people will be down on this a lot more than one should. Hype is good to get people excited and want to see something, but I feel that the amount of hype Marvel has is at a breaking point, that it will do more negative than good. I've learned to not get hyped up to much by not keeping up with all the details and making speculations all the time, but many will get way too hyped, which will most likely be a large number of people, that it will backfire eventually. Hopefully it's nothing, but for some reason, I have this gut feeling that Avengers 2 will be the first "bomb" for the MCU, and not necessarily for it being terrible.

Hulk is my absolute favorite character for a long long time now, and all the Hulk stuff looks fantastic. It really just makes me want another Hulk movie seeing that stuff. Not that I think this movie isn't going to be awesome, I think it probably is.

Renegade-pizza:

Makabriel:
Hmmm.. looks like the theories that Ultron was controlling the Hulk Buster were wrong. Looks like Tony was in it.

In the first trailer, you could see the buster's helmet close on top of Tony's regular suit

*nods
I agree. But there were tons of people thinking otherwise.

Makabriel:
Hmmm.. looks like the theories that Ultron was controlling the Hulk Buster were wrong. Looks like Tony was in it.

In the first trailer, you could see the buster's helmet close on top of Tony's regular suit

It looks good, but I can't help but feel it's going to have the same plot as the first one. Arguments dissolve into the Avengers fighting each other, then they team up the end to stop the big bad.

Who's the girl in the cave? I was thinking Wakandan at first but she looks very....bony. Perhaps one of Thanos's lieutenants, maybe Supergiant?

Spaceman Spiff:
I wonder whats gonna happen to Black Widow. It looked like she was forced down on a gurney and about to be operated on/tortured. Maybe it's a flash-back, she does have bangs.

That looked to me like it might be Pepper Potts, but I can't re-watch the trailer just now to check.

Edit: Snuck a watch, nope. T'is Black Widow with a fringe.

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