Watch the Extended ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Trailer

Marvel ended a huge day of announcements on Tuesday by releasing a new clip of the upcoming “Avengers: Age of Ultron” during “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

The clip shows the Avengers relaxed, enjoying each other’s company as Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) attempts to lift Thor’s hammer. More of the superheros attempt the feat, but, in the words of Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, they’re all unworthy.

That’s when Ultron, the film’s center villain voiced by James Spader, arrives. “How could you be worthy?” he asks. “You’re all puppets, tangled in strings.”

Much of the footage after that is similar to the clips revealed in last week’s leaked trailer, which was originally expected to air during the ABC show. However, it hit the web before that could happen.

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” stars Downey Jr., Hemsworth, Spader, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo as well as newcomers Aaron Johnson (“Kick Ass”) and Elizabeth Olsen. The sequel is set to hit theaters on May 1, 2015.

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  1. Want cheap workers says:

    Was this shot in Atlanta ? 30 % Tax Kick Back ? If no, which other TKB destination ?

  2. Scotty says:

    Right On! Yeah, the “leaked” version of the first trailer was cool but it lacked what this trailer had all together. See, I don’t know if its the editors or the studio heads who choose what can be shown and what can’t but personally, I feel that if you don’t reveal enough action or great moments where a character looks amazing then you’re basically losing the interest of the common movie goer. I mean, sure, the general comic fan or super fan of the franchise will admire the under linings of the ballet dance and whatever other hidden details from the original comic book world were being displayed, but just as a general basis for all viewers when concerning what is technically a BLOCKBUSTER film reguardless of it being a “franchise” in any trailer for any movie you need some great action sequences to capture the audience of viewers so that they have no choice but to feel completely enthralled with the idea that a movie of this caliber is coming out next year! I personally didn’t get that and this is coming from when I originally saw the first Avengers trailer where the viewer was able to see all these dramatic action sequences where you were literally sucked into what was assumed was going to be the biggest most epic film of this decade…and what sealed it for me was adding the clip where Iron Man says to Loki, “If we can’t protect the earth…you can be damn sure we’ll Avenger it.” I mean, how can anybody not relate to that statement on any level! On top of that having a great artist such as Nine Inch Nails playing in the background. C’mon! That is what every movie trailer should have in it. Just frame after frame of build up into an explosive feeling of buzz! What the F Joss Whedon… I never understand how successful film studios don’t grasp the simple concept of, “Just do it again.” Like how hard is it to really just think well, everybody loved the last trailer for the initial film so lets do the same thing with this next film. *Shakes head* Overall though I’m, as well as probably everyone, appreciative that the studio has decided to show these teaser trailers to pump up the buzz on what will be an epic sequel I’m sure but if it is gonna be as great as the first if not should be greater cause why a studio wouldn’t agree that each film made should surpass its predecessor but that it should have a great trailer to advertise that fact and what I got here was that they were just slap sticking scenes together to give everyone a broad general feel of how the film is gonna be but again, I personally didn’t get enough out of it to really be certain that its going to be as big as I’m just automatically assuming it will be, but I did love the opening scene of the group casually fooling around with Thor’s hammer which wasn’t shown in the original first leak. I was disappointed when I first saw it because I did want to see the group all together messing with each other like normal people because in an essence, these super Hero characters really are just a reflection of each and every person in this world so we should all be able to connect or relate on a common level. I’m all about candid dialogue between the Avengers group because it shows a realistic nature and allows each individual viewer to pick and choose what character they like and why they like them more than the others. Everyone loves the Hulk because of his obvious features but theres a huge base for Iron Man because of his personality rather just because of his suits. Even Captain America is getting buzzed from his last sequel which was mindblowing so I can see me rooting more for him this time around instead of Iron Man so its these initial things that eitors and studio heads should really be focused on instead of just keeping things locked away until the film debut because without these key action sequences, and I’m not saying reveal all of the main ones! But atleast a couple of big ones because without them this trailer just isn’t enough to excite me and I’m assuming this as a general fan of the last film and not even a huge fan just a general fan of films…in general. Hope this comment gets posted and people do read this and debate about it because it’d be worth it so that someone close to the film can relay the ideas and thoughts expressed to give someone important the thought that when it comes down to it, “Things can always be done BETTER!”

  3. Cristiebaby says:

    Love the Avengers just watched it on Mixvid

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