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Marvel Releases HD Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer

After yesterday's huge event, with official announcements for Captain America: Civil WarBlack PantherGuardians of the Galaxy 2Thor: RagnarokAvengers: Infinity War (Pt. 1 & 2), and much more, Marvel has finally released the first HD trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron.


All day yesterday, we had a bunch of people releasing videos of the trailer filmed from their couch of their television. Marvel has given us the actual trailer now, in 1080p.

The trailer is much the same as the leaked version that the world saw last week, however, Marvel decided to throw in the Mjolnir challenge at the beginning of the trailer (perhaps a last-minute decision because fans already saw the rest). We see Tony Stark try to lift the hammer, and then he adds an Iron Man glove. Then comes War Mach.. err... Iron Patriot... with a glove from his suit of armor, attempting to help Tony Stark to no avail. Then Steve Rogers, b.k.a. Captain America, gives it a shot, where we see Mjolnir move a little (and a priceless look on Thor's face), but then Cap is unable to finish the job. And then we break down into total mayhem as the mangled remains of an Iron Man armor (Mark I?) have come to life in the form of the initial Ultron.

Avengers: Age of Ultron focuses on "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" as they once again join forces, presumably free of S.H.I.E.L.D. However, in the trailer, there is an appearance from former Director Nick Fury. Aside from Tony Stark's Iron Man, Steve Rogers' Captain America, Thor, and newly acquired teammate James Rhodes' Iron Patri... f' it, I'm calling him War Machine, the team once again features Bruce Banner and his HulkNatasha Romanova as Black Widow, and Clint Barton as Hawkeye.

We are certain much more will accompany The Avengers in this chapter of their journey, but we will leave it to Marvel to unveil that as they please.

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