'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Trailer Raises Plenty of New Questions
The second Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer has arrived, and true to Marvel Studios form, it's brought a few questions along with it.
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Who is Andy Serkis playing?
Andy Serkis, whose role has not officially been revealed, looks a whole lot like a villain in this trailer. Popular Internet rumor has it that he's playing Ulysses Klaw, a Black Panther villain. As an astute THR reader pointed out, the man even has a claw necklace.
Where is this Quinjet?
The Avengers aren't hanging out in a SHIELD Helicarrier in Ultron. This time, they've got a plane that rivals the X-Men's jet, but where is it flying? Speculation that Ulysses Klaw is making an appearance had some on Twitter questioning if this scene takes place in Wakanda, the technologically advanced kingdom ruled by the Black Panther, who will have a role in 2016's Captain America: Civil War, in which Chadwick Boseman takes the role.
Does Tony beat up the Hulk?
Some fans theorized that in the big Iron Man vs. Hulk battle, it's not Tony in control of the armor, but rather Ultron. The trailer/a> confirms it's Tony in the suit during the rumble. Sure, Ultron could take over the suit while Tony is inside, but that certainly would take away some of the drama of an all-out Iron Man vs. Hulk brawl. An alternate theory that is circulating after this trailer: The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) has taken control of the Hulk in this scene.
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Is Ultron full of good one-liners?
Ultron's recitation of the Pinocchio line "There are no strings on me" became an instant classic after the release of the first trailer. Can "I'm going to tear you apart from the inside" rival that? How many one-liners will go down in Ultron history?
What about The Vision?
Sorry folks. The android (Paul Bettany) doesn't make an appearance this time. As Terrence Howard said in Iron Man, "Next time, baby." Except this time there will be a next time.
If you haven't had enough, watch the trailer all over again.
by Graeme McMillan