The Official ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Trailer Has Been Released

ThorPoor Clark Gregg, it seems that Marvel’s effort to give Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. a boost by releasing the first official Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer during next week’s airing of the show has been thwarted by the bag of dicks known as the internet thanks to the leak of said trailer.

You, dear reader, will be happy to know that we here at Radio Bastard are above posting unofficial things, even if it would lead to internet fame and gross riches. Also, I was playing a video game until about 10 minutes before posting this and didn’t know that the leaked trailer had come out. But now there’s an official trailer! Rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice! And watch!

I’m a little meh over the whole thing to be honest. I mean, I’m going to see it no matter what — unlike Ultron, there are strings on me and they are pulled by Marvel, FOX and DC/Warner Bros. — but I also feel like the fun of Guardians of the Galaxy has ruined the super serious superhero genre for me for a little while. Which is a shame since 97 of these broody movies are headed up my ass over the next few years. Anyway, enough of my griping. You’ll surely get to hear more from us about the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer in the next episode as well as a frank discussion on why I’m stupid for not loving it.

Also, Ultron’s eyes are weird.

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