Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The New Avengers Trailer Leaked And Oh Boy Is It Something

Remember The Avengers?  You know, that movie that made more money than any movie ever before it?  Well, surprise!  It is getting a sequel.  A sequel where all your favorite superpowered people, and a couple of normal people get to fight a badass robot named Ultron.  A robot named Ultron who is voiced by James Spader.  Turns out, turning James Spader into a literal comic book villain is a good idea.

Get in my eyeballs now.


You probably heard about it.  It's called Avengers: Age of Ultron, and it's trailer just leaked online.

Here it is, and yes the quality sucks, but watch it before it gets taken down:



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So, that looks pretty cool right?

If you know at least a modicum about comic books, odds are you are thinking it looks much more than a little cool.  That's because you noticed that giant Iron Man suit AKA The Hulkbuster Armor.  You don't need to love comics to read that name and figure out what is going to happen in this movie.

I mean it is right there in the trailer: Iron Man and Hulk are gonna tangle.  Big time.

Also, Ultron.  Which is a good choice for villain, and much better than the stupid aliens that made up the first movie.  Don't know anything about Ultron?  Here you go.  Don't want to read that?  Well, just know that he is a nigh indestructible ass-kicker that can go toe-to-toe with any one of our heroes.  Good choice indeed.

You may have noticed two other fresh faces making up a part of said trailer.  Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen are two new superheroes that will be joining the movie as Quicksilver and Scarlett Witch.  Trust me on this one, they are gonna be awesome, and vital.

And thus, hundreds of millions of dollars were made in the summer if 2015.

Update: 

Marvel went ahead and released the real deal, since they dropped the ball.  So here it is in all it's high def glory:




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