‘It’s all in the swing’
In what looks like a later scene, due to the video’s cut, Thor says, “It’s all in the swing,” as he twirls Mjölnir. The hilarious lines just keep coming, and we hope they’re saving some for the movie, because right now it looks like this sequel will be stuffed to the brim with epic one liners.
‘You didn’t see that coming?’
Next up we finally get some good shots of Quicksilver, who we now know will have a unique accent in the film. As he gives us a smirk, he goes supersonic. He looks like he’ll be a solid addition to the team (once he joins), and his sister will hopefully learn to stop mind-controlling Avengers.
Ultron commanding his troops
Ultron is commanding his army in this next scene, and while we’ve seen some excellent shots of the villain before, seeing his hand raised as he commands his army of minions is just chilling. He’s pure evil, and it feels like he’s of such high intelligence that he’s passed any human or robotic thinking, and has one goal: eliminate all humans. Stark made a big mistake when he created this monster.
Batons, lightsabers, who cares it’s Black Widow
Scarlett Johansson might not have been able to do all of her stunts in this film due to being pregnant during some of the production, but she looks like a total badass in these new shots. She’s flipping around, and proving that she’s the toughest Avenger in the bunch, and doesn’t need any armor or special serum to be a talented killer. We do see that Tony has created some awesome lightsaber-esque batons, which should come in handy as Black Widow is kicking ass and taking names in Age of Ultron.
Hulk and the rest of the Avengers are going to be involved in one of the biggest fight sequences ever seen in film, there is no doubt in our minds anymore. This scene shows Hulk ripping minions to shreds, as Cap does his best to keep up. The scene is chaotic and the location is beautiful. The juxtaposition is going to be breathtaking and we cannot wait until the film hits IMAX theaters May 1.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron’s first trailer was incredibly well received, with a much darker tone than expected, and the second trailer followed a similar path. The third, and possibly final, trailer continues the dark tone, but certainly ramps up the excitement.
Expect an enormous amount of promotion for Avengers: Age of Ultron during the six weeks, as we approach the film’s U.S. release on May 1 and now China’s recently revealed release date on May 12. The Avengers’ sequel may very well be the most anticipated sequel of all time, especially for Marvel fans, and the studio will be going all out with Age of Ultron promotion over the next few weeks.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron will be released in theaters in the U.S. on May 1, 2015, with its follow-up being Avengers: Infinity War, which has been split into two parts and will be directed by Anthony and Joe Russo.