The rise of the Marvel Movie franchise under the management of the most cynical entertainment producing force in history, Disney, has continued to create an avalanche of hype over the next Avengers film by releasing yet another smashing and explosion montage.
The second Avengers movie draws on the conglomeration of two Hulk Movies, two Captain Americas, two blasts of Thor, three Iron Men and a partridge in a pear tree.
The new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron provides more CGI fuelled smashing and explosions to whet the appetite of anticipatory nerds everywhere. Of particular note is how much it varies from the first Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer with its depiction of Hulk and Iron Man fighting, Black Widow riding a Motorcycle, a menacing monologue from Ultron and Thor taking the naturist approach to bathing.
Nerds everywhere rushed to be the first one to tell everyone else that the mysterious pair of eyes at the end of the trailer belong to Vision, a superhero who Marvel have not yet given a standalone movie franchise.
Eugene Grisombottom told The (un)Australian: “I am super excited to have been the first to tell my friends about vision being in the new movie, they all claimed to already know but I could tell they didn’t because of the lack of social cues they gave me.”
Plans to commission more Marvel titles was briefly put on hiatus last Wednesday when Disney executives took time out to open a sweatshop in Bangladesh to count all the money they are making.