Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ultron: The World's Worst-Kept Secret!

Avengers: Age of Ultron. I've been waiting for this. I'm looking at "ready" in the rear-view mirror and crossing the border into the Great State of Impatient!


And it's still just over six months away!

The trailer was to be included with showings of Interstellar at theaters. Interstellar opens on November 7th, I believe. Collin and I were planning to go. Even if we didn't want to see the movie (we do, just for the record), we would have gone anyway, to see the first Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer.

Then it was announced on Tuesday night that the trailer would be aired during next Tuesday's episode of Agents of SHIELD.

Then, the trailer was "leaked" yesterday. Today, it's all over the internet. And I still can't wait to see the movie!






7 comments:

  1. OK I am so there with you.
    I haven't been able to watch the Avengers (brain/eye problems) but this looks way to good to miss.

    One day I will try to write a review on Pacific Rim, one of the best movies from last year. But no one in the US watched it. Big hit everywhere but here. Did you see it ?

    cheers. parsnip

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  2. I'm out of the loop on this one--as it doesn't star Emma Peel--but who knows, maybe I'll see it on cable?

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  3. @ Gayle: Are you talking about the 3D version? I have problems as well. We go to 2D showings. (I always tell Collin because I'm blind in one eye, I can only get 2.5D.)

    @ Eve: This is the kind of movie one should see at least once on the big screen--the biggest screen possible.

    @ William: I knew you would be!

    I'm hoping our theater has another Marvel Movie Marathon, like they did for The Avengers. It cost us $75 (for two of us), but we got to see the five previous movies--Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger--plus the midnight showing of The Avengers and a special lanyard that gave us discounts on concessions. And it was great fun. I normally hate crowds, but Marvel fans are a fun gang. There were some real characters there--in and out of costume--and I even sold some of my books to fellow Avengers fans!

    I'd do it again in a heartbeat!

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  4. Aimee my daughter is just as enthusiastic as you guys, you would get on so well Norma :)

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    1. I wish we could all go see it together! When Collin and I went to that Marvel marathon, we had so much fun. It was like being in a room full of friends we'd never met before. There were reporters there, taking pictures of the crowd. I was taking pictures of fans in costume, who were more than happy to pose.

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  5. I don't know if any spoilers are here and I skipped the trailer. I want to be totally in the dark when I go see this. That's the best.

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