In anticipation of a May 1 debut, Marvel has unleashed a ton of Avengers 2 footage on the eager populace over the course of three trailers, a couple TV spots, a few featurettes, and a clip or two. The latest trailer offered us our best look yet, and, understandably, there’s a lot to sift through. So, to help us all better process the intense action, drama and comic book-style flash we’ve seen over the past few months, some intrepid YouTuber has cut all the Avengers 2 trailers together in chronological order… or, rather, as close to chronological order as someone who hasn’t seen the movie can get.
Through the magic of editing and additional soundtrack clips, YouTube user JohnnyB2K has cut the three released trailers together. And it came out looking pretty spiffy. Sure, there are a few scenes here and there that seem out of place, but you try doing the same thing without knowing exactly what’s coming. What he lacks in accuracy, he makes up for in expert cutting. We remember back when a friendly neighborhood YouTuber did the same thing with The Amazing Spider-Man 2. When the user strung it together, he created something that practically spoiled the whole damn movie. Expectedly, Sony wasn’t all too happy with that, so they had YouTube pull the video. In case Marvel takes the same action with this creation, you better get your fill of it now while it’s still live.
Together, the Avengers 2 video runs at 5 minutes and 15 seconds, which is a helluva lot of footage. The only bits that aren’t here are the TV spots, which mostly recycled previously seen footage, and that one clip featuring Chris Evans’ Captain America having a battle of wits with Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man. So just to keep up with the whole "everything you’ve seen from Avengers 2 so far," here’s that bit.
There’s a lot going on in this next Avengers team-up, which was why Joss Whedon called it a "nightmare" to work on. Aside from all the Marvel heroes coming from various places in their lives, Avengers 2 is also setting up events to come down the line in the MCU. For one, as reinforced by the above clip, Cap and Stark will be going head-to-head in Captain America: Civil War. It also seems that the introduction of Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) are helping to set up the Inhumans movie. A prequel comic revealed that Hyrdra’s Baron von Strucker used Loki’s scepter (a known Infinity Stone) to unlock their dormant powers. So much to process.
We have a less than two months to go before Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters, which means we’ll be getting more action-heavy TV spots, clips, featurettes and a whole lot more.
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