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The Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser Trailer

"The Age of Ultron is Upon Us"
Finally. Fans of 2012s The Avengers now have something concrete to grab a hold of before another trailer is released sometime down the line before we get to May 2015. HitFix has dropped the proverbial Jericho missile on us with the release of the Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer. For a teaser trailer, it seems a bit long, but not in a bad way at all. It does just enough to suggest the expansion of the scale in this flick, which seems almost outrageous when you consider the scale of the last film. How could that be topped? Nonetheless, bigger is what director Joss Whedon and his crew seem to be going for. No complaints there. Especially since Joss Whedon is quite capable of juggling bigger things than he's used to. With The Avengers, Whedon ascended to new heights and proved to us that he could handle massive sized productions. Avengers: Age of Ultron feels very much like a natural progression not only of where the Avengers should be moving toward next, but also of Whedon's abilities. Something else we are not complaining about is the awesomeness of James Spader's voice. Of all the villain voices we have heard in these comic book film trailers in the last five years or so, Spader's voice is easily within the top 3. Okay, nothing else will be said about this nibble of magnificence. You must now experience the trailer for yourself below and tell us what you think. Then of course, get ready to assemble in May 2015. Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" - Teaser Trailer (OFFICIAL) Avengers2age-of-ultron-teaser-poster-e1414027606506


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