Anyone want to take bets on how long Marvel allows this to stay online?
Ever since Joss Whedon appeared in Hall H at the end of the Marvel Studios panel to premiere a quick video tease for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, fans who weren’t able to make the trek to Comic-Con 2013 have been patiently waiting for said teaser trailer to leak online. And now, just over two months later, it finally has.
While not officially released, the teaser is now out on YouTube (at least until Marvel pulls it down, assuming that that they care enough about a two-month old teaser to do so). But kids, don’t trip over yourselves trying to watch it—there’s frankly not that much to see. What you get are snippets of dialogue from the first Avengers film, while watching some heavy machinery getting constructed. Eventually the machinery is revealed to be the head of Ultron, with images of the Avengers reflected in his eyes.
It’s a neat little teaser, but doesn’t feature the slightest bit of actual The Avengers: Age of Ultron film footage whatsoever. So don’t have a coronary, Marvel fans.
What do you think of The Avengers: The Age of Ultron Comic-Con teaser?
Source: Coming Soon