It has arrived! The second trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron. While a little short on new details, this trailer did give us some interesting tidbits.
To summarize the majority of what we see in the trailer, our heroes will be pit against the world. It seems that they will be facing off against Baron Von Strucker early in the film. My guess is this leads to the protesters that we saw in the first trailer and in this trailer. Obviously it seems the popularity of the Avengers is starting to dip.
This is further confirmed by how Captain America is acting throughout the trailer. I would guess that he gets very upset about this. After all, he came from a time when America was united as one against a common enemy. Now he lives in an age where the good guys could be bad guys and vice versa. With direct opposition from those he is trying to protect, Cap is going to be struggling with the idea he is doing more harm than good.
Did you see that? The new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron dropped during the first ever College Football Championship and it was jam packed with epic action. Cap’, Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, and everyone is there and looking to be in a heap of trouble.
The full movie hits theaters May 1, but there’s a lot to dissect in this trailer that it will keep us busy for a while.
What did you think?
A new leak of information has provided us with some possible answers for the origins of Ultron and The Vision. Needless to say, POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD.
Now then, what we learn in the first two images are the origins of Ultron and Vision. It seems Ultron will be based on Chitauri technology. This apparent hold over from the invasion is then experimented on by Tony which gives Ultron his sentience.
Vision it seems is created by both Tony Stark and Bruce Banner to combat the technological advancement of Ultron. Up until this point rumors would alternate between which of the Science Bros actually create Vision.
While these do look official, they are still as of yet unofficial. I think we can safely bet that they are still true. The only reason I bring up their unofficial status is the upcoming Ant-Man film. Ant-Man in the comics is the original creator of Ultron. Most rumors and fan whispers point to this still happening in the movies. This would make Ant-Man largely a flashback, which has also been rumored.