After the first trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron leaked online, Marvel may have another leaked version on their hands with an extended edition of the trailer which has additional footage of Ultron, Hawkeye, Agent Hill, and Iron Man.
Watch the new Avengers: Age of Ultron extended trailer, which includes new looks at Cobie Smulders as Agent Hill, Ultron, Iron Man, and more:
While this wasn’t officially released by Marvel (yet), it’s an extended look at the first Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, which leaked nearly three weeks ago. It gives us some new looks which feature Agent Hill, played by Cobie Smulders, and a few short shots of Iron Man and Ultron’s minions.
After the first 10 seconds or so, we get back to the original trailer, but there’s also a couple new looks at other characters including Agent Hill, Hawkeye, Ultron, and some of his minions as he tells the Avengers that he has plans of extinction for them.
We also see Hawkeye hanging out up in one of his favorite spots up high in a building in what appears to be Italy, but the trailer ends exactly as the original trailer did with Ultron saying, “There are no strings on me.” This never gets old, and we’re surprised and excited to see Marvel starting off early with the sequel’s promotion.
This trailer could be what we’ll be getting on Guardians of the Galaxy’s upcoming Blu-ray, but for now it’s just another exciting look at what will most likely be the biggest movie of 2015.
Marvel recently decided to subpoena Google after The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer leak was traced back to a user via their Google Drive account. We’re unsure if this extended trailer is a continued problem of leaked promotional material, but it will be interesting to see how Marvel responds.
Update: Reports suggest that Samsung had teamed up with Marvel to release this trailer (one can actually see a massive ad for Samsung’s latest phone at 2:04), but released the teaser a bit too early and a fan uploaded it to YouTube prior to Samsung Mobile taking it down.
Update #2: Samsung has officially released the extended trailer featuring an ad for their latest smartphone a little after the 2-minute mark.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron will be released in theaters on May 1, 2015. With its follow up being the recently announced Avengers: Infinity War, which will be split into two parts.