Marvel is giving us more "Age of Ultron" in updated "Agents of SHIELD"teaser

Cap, Thor and Black Widow - The Avengers Age of Ultron

Thanks to those sneaky jerks at Hydra releasing the trailer for  “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” before its expected release Oct. 28, the clip was viewed 34.3 million times — just a bit more than the old record holder — “Iron Man 3,” which was 20 million less. Clearly, we cannot get enough of The Avengers and there’s no truth to the rumor that I accounted for 5,000 of those views.

Avengers Age of Ultron teaser posterBut since, Marvel was hoping to give “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” a nice ratings boost with the “AOU” premiere, we’re getting additional bonus footage for the trailer we’ll see on Oct. 28.

What do you want to see? More Iron Man vs Hulk? Thor in the water? Creepy Ultron walking? A shot of Vision? We’ll see real soon.






  • Fred

    Wow, AOU got that many views? It just shattered the old record didn’t it, every site and venue has been talking about it non-stop. This could actually be one of those very rare films that could end up passing the high expectation, if it does watch out because that’s going to be real scary to see it’s potential. Marvel is smart, they know exactly what they’re doing haha. I would not be surprised if this trailer is a minute or so longer than the first one. I think after this we won’t see another trailer until around the Super Bowl and probably another one on ‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D’ again around early April.

  • And imagine what that would translate to for paying movie customers!

    I don’t think it knocks out “Avatar,” but I’m thinking this could be the second highest grossing movie of all-time based on this initial buzz and response.

  • Fred

    Jeff I agree. Looking at the overwhelming strong response this trailer and the immense amount of viewers I’m now more convinced than ever this will be super monstrous hit man. And like you I think Avatar’s box office record is safe, but Titanic’s second place spot might not be. I think it has an excellent shot at breaking the first film’s opening weekend record, and being that’s 207 million that’s saying a lot. I’m going on record now saying this, if this film is great it will reach 600 million domestic like the first film and it might make a reasonably strong run at 700 million domestic. I also say that because there is absolutely nothing in May that will be strong enough to take some starch out of it until the end of the month possibly, and by that time I can’t fathom the freakish box office numbers it could potentially put up. I think worldwide 2 billion plus could become a distinct possibility.