Not even 24 hours after it was announced, a grainy first trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron leaked online Wednesday night. Now, Marvel’s official (and distant prettier) trailer is here.
Here’s what we learned:
Ultron unequivocally is terrifying. Almost all of a discourse in a trailer comes from a large bad himself. It’s unequivocally tough to exaggerate how good James Spader’s opening is—he doesn’t sound like a machine. He sounds frighteningly alive as he quotes lines from a classic Pinocchio song “I’ve Got No Strings.”
Globe-spanning adventure. From mountaintops to snowy forests to swarming cities, Age of Ultron will take place all over a world.
The Avengers will be shattered. There’s a clarity of despondency to a whole affair, a very Empire Strikes Back arrange of vibe. The heroes demeanour overwhelmed, Thor drops his produce in despair, we see a glance of Cap’s defense broken, and Bruce Banner stumbles by a snow.
Hulkbuster. We’ve been teased with art of Iron Man’s Hulkbuster armor going adult opposite a large immature man himself for a while now, and a large quarrel is prominently featured in a trailer.
The twins. Newcomers Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch get a lot of shade time, though not most context. They’re important, though we don’t know because only yet.
It’s all Tony’s fault. Because it is.