Looks like design cues from Phalanx Ultron
The part that really induced my boner is the end when Spader says, "But now I'm free. There are no strings on me." His mannerisms are even reminiscent of how Spader talks, like how he tilts his head, and it is super creepy (in a good way). Yes, mo cap, I know, but it is still fabulously done.
Of course there are tons of other great moments, like Hulk punching Iron Man through the car he just threw at him. Even the part where Scarlet Witch falls to her knees and screams is pretty awesome.
I don't know if my body can handle the stress of waiting for this
The thing that gets me about Spader's voice is that he does this great job of making every single thing he says matters. I watch the Blacklist with my wife, and as corny a show as it is, I hang on Spader's every word because it is always important.
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Spader is fucking awesome, excited for this movie.
Currently playing HotS and Overwatch
I just noticed War Machine in the trailer.
So, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and War Machine look like they are joining Avengers.
Needs more Vision and Black Panther IMO.
I just noticed the scene in the jet where they're all sulking Stark isn't present. Could indicate he's injured or it's the beginning of the movie before Stark is back on board.
So the Hulkbuster is Ironman inside of Ironman inside of Ironman.
To quote Tony Stark. "I" am Iron man.
Wonder if they're supposed to be fighting over in UK (?) and it'll be more global defense instead of just a NY thing.
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Oh and sorta fuck Tuco too.
Hey , why are they fighting though? Also where the fuck is Vision...wasnt he suppose to be in this as well?
I think Hulk goes apeshit, he isn't looking good in Bannerform earlier in the trailer.
I just wanted to use bannerform in a sentence.
Apparently Marvel is going to play some new footage during Agents of Shield this week, since the trailer already came out.
Weren't they going to hold off on the trailer then release it as part of the Guardians of the Galaxy DVD? Or maybe they get a newer full trailer?
Actually that's a damn smart way to give their TV series a ratings kick.
I'd be happy if they showed the rest of the SDCC footage with the Avengers chilling at the tower then mesh into the rest of the trailer.
Or Vision... That'd be cool too.
I assume Vision is late in the movie and is what turns the tide.
Avengers: Age of Ultron Mark Ruffalo Says Theres a Confrontation Coming Between The Hulk and Banner - IGN
Mark Ruffalos interview with IGN. It states that it is indeed Iron Man inside of the hulk buster armor. Now, you can word about anything to deceive people. But at face, it looks like Tony is in the suit.
Since there's no Hulk movie, a Hulk-centric side plot seems logical and fresh. Plus he fucking stole Avengers 1 (okay, when Loki wasn't around). There's also Hawkeye, but who gives a fuck about Hawkeye? At least Capt 2 had Nick Fury and Black Widow actually doing things.
Of course there's also Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Vision (end of the movie I say), Ultron, Von Whatever...
It probably opens with the HYDRA stuff like a James Bond intro, then moves to Ultron, with the character shit sandwiched between the time it takes Ultron to make his next upgrade until holy fuck, he's made his own army and he's killing everything.
But that's a lot of BS to assume from one trailer and some production stills.
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And it makes sense. Hulk always was sort of the frienemy of the avengers. When he behaved he was a huge powerful force backing them but there were many occasions he would just go so out of control the avengers were called in to stop him. Stark made the hulkbuster armor for a reason. So it makes sense in an avenger movie that they wind up having a side plot of hulk troubles.
Hulk is always one of those jars of crazy you only want to bring out in case of appocalypse. He is what you bring to a situation when adding in a giant green rage monster can't make the problem any worse than it already is preferably with enough actual bad guys to keep him occupied.
There is a reason for the whole old planet hulk story line where the avengers just got so sick of dealing with hulk clean up that stark basically sent hulk to another planet.
That wasn't a decision of the Avenger's or really any other teams out there. It was Tony's little no girls allowed club with him, Namor, Xavier, Reed Richards, Black Bolt and Dr. Strange and most of them apposed it.
Then when he proposes The registration act all of them except Fantastic are like "Fuck this and fuck you. We're out"
Reed was pro-registration? Then I assume team Stark won. They had Spider Man too, didn't they? Shit son.
Yes it was actually a cool scene. Doctor Strange, Black Bolt, Xavier and Namor all told them Reed/Tony to go fuck themselves about the registration. Namor beats the shit out of Tony in the Iron Man suit and almost drowns him before they pull him off.
That being said, I don't know how much of the comics and stuff y'all have read. But Namor is a badass anti-hero who just doesn't give a fuck. He needs to be in something. Eventually.
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haha. oh man. Thor's face when the hammer budges with cap trying to lift it.
Footage up yet? Ah ha, shitty version swiftly found on youtube. War Machine!
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IMO, I think it would have been a nice touch to have the same scene without cap. He's off screen getting a drink or something and Thor put mjolnir on a coaster or something. No one can lift it, but then cap walks in oblivious to what is happening. He sees mjolnir on a coaster and just casually moves it so he can put his drink down. Then have Thor give that look as ultron walks in
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No. That would have been incredibly stupid. I mean, how do we know Ultron is in that scene at all, and why would cap suddenly posses the ability to lift Mjolnir?
He's always had it. He's lifted the hammer several times in the comics
Considering that the Hammer draws its choice around who is capable of leading, it would make sense that indeed Capt. America would have the ability to move/lift the hammer. He is after all as close to a perfect leader as it gets. It would not surprise me at all if there was a scene in the movie where Thor was knocked out and Capt. America indeed lifted the Hammer for a purpose. Josh Whedon likes to set up character development and moments that have future meaning.
Given that we see Cap taking a pull at Mjolnir, I started thinking that maybe they'll have a scene later in the movie where Cap actually wields it. If they do, then showing this scene kinda spoils the surprise. Sure, it's been done in the comics before, but now I feel like it would lose its edge if they do do it.
Wtf is wrong with journalism, when I ckick an article with a question like that, "we don't fucking know" is not acceptable content.
Hulk won't get his own good movie until the movie makers understand the current hulk in flicks is the lamest version. Almost All the good hulk stories involve smart hulk, banner hulk, grey hulk. Get rid of SmASH hulk and give us interesting hulk stories.
No more 70s hulk in movies please.
It would also setup an actor change for Thor for when Hemsworth decides to stop, showing that someone else worthy could lift and use the hammer. They'd be in no rush to do it, but at least people not totally familiar with comic lore could see that it's possible for someone else to wield it.
See, that is what I am talking about an interesting (although red) Hulk story requires a different type of Hulk then we are currently getting. Sure they can evolve, but can they evolve enough? and would the average movie goer be Ok with a newer smarter Hulk that differs from their childhood?
We're skipping over the fact that apparently Red Hulk can achieve orbit with a single jump?
This is why i cant read comics anymore. Thor's hammer ignores physics all day long. Shit like changing directions in mid flight and the like. But hey, putting it in orbit owns it. Fucking really?
Well, since we're talking about the hammer. Since he just had it resting on a stack of magazines. Could you pull a magazine out from under it? Or move the coffee table...
Because Physics and Asgardian Techno-Magic...
B.Net: TJT#1179"Let go your earthly tether. Enter the void. Empty, and become wind."
I'm under the impression that the hammer is heavy (like stone), but isn't so heavy that it's impossible to lift, which is why it has the enchantment on it so you can only pick it up if you're worthy.
With that in mind, if Thor lightly places it on your stomach while you're laying in bed, would you be trapped there until he picked it back up? All the while it wouldn't really hurt you... it would just be really annoying.
I seem to remember him doing something like that in the past actually, but I could be hallucinating too.
He did it to Loki in the first Thor movie, pinned him to the ground by laying it on his chest.
Isn't it forged from the core of a dying star or something so would be incredibly dense and probably impossible to be lifted by anyone without the enchant.
Having Cap move it just a little doesn't really make any sense, you can either lift it or you can't lift it.
Cap should easily be able to lift it.
I've heard it explained that the enchantment causes the hammer to pull in the opposite direction for the exact force used when someone unworthy tries to pick it up. Or more specifically, when someone tried to "wield" it. So you should be able to move the magazine underneath it, as well as moving the table and knocking it over. I mean, Thor's been on the helicarrier. He put mjolnir down and it didn't stop the helicarrier from moving
I guess the question is whether magneto can move it
There is no answer to any of this, because it is magic. Like the sword in the stone, could you get the sword out by breaking away the rock around it? Who knows, because it doesn't fit the story. Anything that fits the story works, anything that doesn't, doesn't.
Literally, the answer in this case is "a wizard did it."
Also, since this is my favorite comic book cover:
"Mjolnir itself has several enchantments: no living being may lift the hammer unless they are worthy; it returns to the exact spot from which it is thrown and returns to Thor when summoned; it may summon the elements of storm (lightning, wind, and rain) by stamping its handle twice on the ground; manipulate the weather on an almost global scale; open interdimensional portals, allowing its wielder to travel to other dimensions (such as from Earth to Asgard)"
Magneto would not be able to lift it.
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