Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer leaked


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I'm pretty certain this is the real deal.

Gave me shivers. Oh yeah.

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Darn. Removed already. And I just saw it.


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S'okay, it's supposed to air during next week's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I can wait a week for a full-rez version.

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Another link for trailer

Hopefully will be up longer.

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trailer


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Is that James Spader?

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Kryzbyn wrote:
Is that James Spader?

Yes it is.

Marvel's offical response to the trailer leak.

Very cool.

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ultron spader makes me cringe with joy


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Official HD version


Awesome!


That growl..

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CapeCodRPGer wrote:
Marvel's offical response to the trailer leak.

Hail HYDRA!

Dark Archive

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...There are no strings on me.

Spoiler:
Hail Cheliax!

er... HAIL HYDRA!

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Marvel has a good sense of humor.

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Finally the robot overlord you meatsacks deserve.

ME.

I mean... Ultron.

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Hama wrote:
Marvel has a good sense of humor.

Having Whedon work on the project was sure a big help with that.

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all official facebook pages soon released the trailer after the "leak"... coincidence? I smell marketing....


Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
all official facebook pages soon released the trailer after the "leak"... coincidence? I smell marketing....

Or it was going to be out soon anyway (it was ready after all) and one it was out, there's no point in pretending otherwise. Might as well get the traffic to your sites.


whos the guy with the beard? love what im seeing so far but confused on on storyline. this follow any comicbook storyline


Not sure on the guy with the beard. It's only a quick shot, so it's hard to tell without context.

Pretty much no comic storyline as far as I know - other than generic creation of Ultron, but it doesn't really have anything to do with that, since Pym and the Vision aren't involved.


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wicked cool wrote:
whos the guy with the beard?

Kinda looks like Andy Serkis.

Sovereign Court

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There will be Vision in the movie. And since they are making an Ant-Man movie, maybe they will sneak in a cameo.


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Given that in Ant Man Hank Pym is an old man, then its possible that Stark will talk about building on Pym's older designs or some-such-thing even if Michael Douglas doesn't actually show up in the movie.


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I just had a nerdgasm. Its a good time to be a comic book fan.


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I thought I recall seeing something about Stark activating an old already developed program defense program, which is what leads to Ultron. If that is the case, than I wouldn't be surprised if their wasn't a Pym name drop.

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Dustin Ashe wrote:
wicked cool wrote:
whos the guy with the beard?
Kinda looks like Andy Serkis.

The rumors have been that Andy Serkis will be playing Ulysses Klaw in Avengers. [ link provided ]

Either that or it is finally the time my childhood dream of Lord of the Rings crosses over to the Avengers.

One Ring to Rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them to Dr. Doom!

I the Dark land of Latveria where even your own shadow lies.

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MMCJawa wrote:
I thought I recall seeing something about Stark activating an old already developed program defense program, which is what leads to Ultron. If that is the case, than I wouldn't be surprised if their wasn't a Pym name drop.

That indeed has been the speculation.

Further it may well be the stepping stone that will be the basis of the Civil War that pits the Marvel heroes against each other, namely Tony Stark's camp versus Captain America.

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Holy COW.

The song that goes in the background of the trailer is THIS ONE

I am officially amazed!


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Just to note:
You could watch all ten MCU movies leading up to Avengers 2, with a twenty minute break in-between, in twenty four hours...

Who's up for a movie marathon?

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Me me me me me me me


Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:

Just to note:

You could watch all ten MCU movies leading up to Avengers 2, with a twenty minute break in-between, in twenty four hours...

Who's up for a movie marathon?

I will be doing that...though I might break it up by to 2 or 3 days....the week before the movie comes out.

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I heard that

Spoiler:
Stark turns Jarvis into the Vision to help battle Ultron


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I will probably watch the film. I can't promise I won't groan at the whedonality of it all.


Hama wrote:

Holy COW.

The song that goes in the background of the trailer is THIS ONE

I am officially amazed!

I believe the one playing us a distorted Streisand version? I could be wrong.

(Also, the video you linked seems to have been taken down, alas.)

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There is a HD one lower down.


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wicked cool wrote:
whos the guy with the beard? love what im seeing so far but confused on on storyline. this follow any comicbook storyline

It's Andy Serkis, but as to who he's playing, no one seems to know. A lot of speculation is that it's Ulysses Klaw, though I think it's possible it could be Myron MacLain as well.

Whichever of the two it is (or neither), I'd place good money that he's connected to the shot of (presumably) Ultron's hand at around the 0:19 second mark rising up out of a vat of some kind of molten metal (adamantium? vibranium?), resulting in the shiny Ultron we see at the end of the trailer.


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I think the term Adamantium is owned by Fox. Soooo annoying that the big kids can't share their toys.


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Muad'Dib wrote:
I think the term Adamantium is owned by Fox. Soooo annoying that the big kids can't share their toys.

It's possible, although Adamantium was connected to Ultron long before it was associated with Wolverine. If they sold particular rights like object names (as opposed to character rights), it could fill in one of those "gray areas" like the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, though.

They have name dropped Vibranium in the MCU somewhere, as I recall.


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Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.


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CapeCodRPGer wrote:
I heard that ** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Given that Paul Bettany, the voice of JARVIS, is playing Vision, that seems pretty likely
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BPorter wrote:
Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.

Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.


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Artanthos wrote:
BPorter wrote:
Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.
Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.

I dont think so. I know, I know that's what what said in the Official handbook of the Marvel Universe back in the 80's. I remember that. But apparently it was a mistake made by the editors at the time. According to Marvel the Shield is actually made of Vibrainium.

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ShinHakkaider wrote:
Artanthos wrote:
BPorter wrote:
Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.
Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.
I dont think so. I know, I know that's what what said in the Official handbook of the Marvel Universe back in the 80's. I remember that. But apparently it was a mistake made by the editors at the time. According to Marvel the Shield is actually made of Vibrainium.

I thought the term adamantium was owned by Fox Studios/X-Men so Marvel movies can't use it even if they wanted to.

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Freehold DM wrote:
I will probably watch the film. I can't promise I won't groan at the whedonality of it all.

I cringe just thinking of all the stupid one-liners.

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ShinHakkaider wrote:
Artanthos wrote:
BPorter wrote:
Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.
Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.
I dont think so. I know, I know that's what what said in the Official handbook of the Marvel Universe back in the 80's. I remember that. But apparently it was a mistake made by the editors at the time. According to Marvel the Shield is actually made of Vibrainium.

The original entry: Link

Captain America's Shield wrote:
Captain America's only weapon is his shield, a concave disk 2.5 feet in diameter, weighing 12 pounds. It is made of a unique Vibranium-steel alloy that has never been duplicated. The Shield was cast by American metallurgist Dr. Myron MacLain, who was contracted by the U.S. government to create an impenetrable substance to use for tanks during World War II. During his experiments, MacLain combined Vibranium with a steel alloy he was working with and created the disc-shaped shield. MacLain was never able to duplicate the process due to his inability to identify a still unknown catalyst that played a role in the metal bonding (an experiment to recreate the process resulted in the creation of Adamantium). The shield was awarded to Captain America by the government several months after the beginning of his career. The shield has great aerodynamic properties: it is able to slice through the air with minimal wind resistance and deflection of path. Its great overall resilience, combined with its natural concentric stiffness, enables it to rebound from objects with minimal loss of angular momentum. It is virtually indestructible: it is resistant to penetration, temperature extremes, and the entire electromagnetic spectrum of radiation. The only way it can be damaged in any way is by tampering with its molecular bonding.


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ShinHakkaider wrote:
I dont think so. I know, I know that's what what said in the Official handbook of the Marvel Universe back in the 80's. I remember that. But apparently it was a mistake made by the editors at the time. According to Marvel the Shield is actually made of Vibrainium.

As Artanthos linked above, Cap's shield isn't technically made from vibranium and adamantium, but an experimental alloy that he mixed with vibranium with properties like adamantium. In the process of trying to recreate it, he invented adamantium instead.

At one point, Cap did have an adamantium shield (created for him by Tony Stark when he was acting as simply "the Captain" because he'd been compelled to give up the Captain America ID by the government). He also had a vibranium shield made by T'Challa afterwards, that eventually was given to USAgent (and later destroyed). Cap didn't want Tony's shield when he realized it was more or less a bribe to keep him from interfering with Tony's attempts to lock down his technology with extreme prejudice during the first Armor Wars.


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Callous Jack wrote:
I thought the term adamantium was owned by Fox Studios/X-Men so Marvel movies can't use it even if they wanted to.

It's really unclear, and probably something only lawyers could answer (and maybe not even them).

I find it unlikely, given that the word has been used in a lot of other places and contexts outside of Marvel comics. Personally, I would think it falls in that strange middle ground that allows both Fox and Marvel to use Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch in their films, maybe even more solidly (unlike the twins, adamantium actually made its first appearance in Avengers, linked to Ultron; the twins originally appeared in X-Men, but subsequently became more firmly entrenched within the Avengers franchise, at least until more recent years.)


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Artanthos wrote:
ShinHakkaider wrote:
Artanthos wrote:
BPorter wrote:
Vibranium is what Cap's shield is made of.
Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.
I dont think so. I know, I know that's what what said in the Official handbook of the Marvel Universe back in the 80's. I remember that. But apparently it was a mistake made by the editors at the time. According to Marvel the Shield is actually made of Vibrainium.

The original entry: Link

Captain America's Shield wrote:
Captain America's only weapon is his shield, a concave disk 2.5 feet in diameter, weighing 12 pounds. It is made of a unique Vibranium-steel alloy that has never been duplicated. The Shield was cast by American metallurgist Dr. Myron MacLain, who was contracted by the U.S. government to create an impenetrable substance to use for tanks during World War II. During his experiments, MacLain combined Vibranium with a steel alloy he was working with and created the disc-shaped shield. MacLain was never able to duplicate the process due to his inability to identify a still unknown catalyst that played a role in the metal bonding (an experiment to recreate the process resulted in the creation of Adamantium). The shield was awarded to Captain America by the government several months after the beginning of his career. The shield has great aerodynamic properties: it is able to slice through the air with minimal wind resistance and deflection of path. Its great overall resilience, combined with its natural concentric stiffness, enables it to rebound from objects with minimal loss of angular momentum. It is virtually indestructible: it is resistant to penetration, temperature extremes, and the entire electromagnetic spectrum of radiation. The only way it can be damaged in any way is by tampering with its molecular bonding.

See I get that.

But it's still not a Adamantium-Vibranium alloy.

No one knows what the mixture was so it's classified as Vibranium-Steel.

And as it states Adamantium was created in the attempt to replicate the creation of Cap's shield.

and then there's this:

"Rogers' indestructible shield has often been referred to as being an adamantium-vibranium alloy. This is a result of an erroneous entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe entry on Captain America (though it was accurately described in the adamantium entry), which propagated into future stories. The error was corrected in Captain America 303 (March 1985), which established that the shield is made of vibranium and steel."

Right there in the notes section of the Marvel Wiki Page.


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based on the trailer it appears thats theres a ultron that gets smashed by "superior ultron"?

Any chance that Black panther gets introduced if the villian is Klaw? I havent heard any rumors of a panther movie but he is tied to the storyline?

based on the old avengers cartoon series at one point hulk goes crazy due to a device being put into his ear. I have a theory on thats why the others could be hunting him?

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The only way it can be damaged in any way is by tampering with its molecular bonding.

Given that the trailer has a momentary image of Cap's shield broken in half....

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