Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron essentially sells itself. Marvel Studios could shut down the marketing arm for this sequel and basically hang a sign that says, "See you in May!" The movie would still set records. Because they love us, though, the studio continues to share Age of Ultron footage, starting with this extended trailer.
The new clip is essentially the original trailer, with some added scenes – starting with a greater emphasis on Ultron (the main villain voiced by James Spader). His dialogue increases in this new clip, with the killer roboto stating:
I know you mean well. You want to protect the world, but you don’t want it to change. There’s only one path to peace. Your extinction."
Which is when all of those Ultron drones come busting through the wall of Stark Tower, setting up what we hope will be a massive fight sequence.
From there, the extended trailer falls back in line with the previous tease, working in a few notable bits of footage. We see Hawkeye in his perch:
And Iron Man taking out new foes in a snowy environment.
Back in the extended Ultron intro, we are given a much better shot at the mysterious Claudia Kim, who doe appear to be hanging out with the God of Thunder:
And that great shot of Ultron’s minions attacking our heroes, The Avengers.
What else will be in store? Find out when The Avengers: Age of Ultron opens everywhere on May 1, 2015.