AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Trailer Looks A Lot Like the San Diego Comic-Con Footage

Marvel just showed off footage from Ant-Man and what could be the first official trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, which new descriptions suggest is a shortened version of San Diego footage.

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During the final day of New York Comic-Con today, Marvel apparently decided to show off the first visuals from Avengers: Age of Ultron which could be the official teaser trailer that will probably be released later this month. After all, The Avengers' first official trailer was released exactly four years and a day ago. On the other hand, descriptions of the New York Comic-Con footage sounds very similar to the Age of Ultron footage shown at San Diego Comic-Con months ago. 

"Avengers trailer!!!! Avenger trailer! Y’all y’all y’all. Spoilers! Big ones. I can’t do a cut on my phone sorry. Open on big party in the tower! Everyone is trying to lift Thor’s hammer. Tony tries, then Tony tries with Rhodey. Clint tries Bruce tries and pretends to hulk out, adorable. Cap tries and juuuuust moves it, Thor looks very scared but then Steve gives up. Nat doesn’t even try. Maria is there too! Ultron shows up. Montage of action!!! Explosions everywhere!! Ballerinas! Snow! Bruce in the woods! Hulk touching Nat’s hand gently!!! Hulkbuster fight!!! Thor attacking Tony! Cap fighting quick silver! Scarlet witch screaming after Nat says “nothing lasts forever” And then the final shot: Tony is on a battlefield. Cap’s shield is on the ground. Broken in half. Cap and Thor and maybe more are lying on the ground. Ahhhhhhhhhhh we all freaked out and made them play it again."
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