Chris Evans, James Spader & RDJ in the ‘Age of Ultron’ trailer: awesome?

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Last night, a lo-res teaser trailer for Avengers: Up All Night to Get Bucky Age of Ultron leaked. The fanboys & girls watched it really fast before Marvel yanked it:

Marvel went ahead and released the official teaser. It was supposed to premiere during next week’s Agents of Shield episode, but the internet refused to wait. Let’s get to it:

This trailer is full of mayhem and a little confusing. Once again, the fate of the Earth can only be saved by these Avengers. James Spader’s Ultron character gets a sweet, menacing setup. His origins are murky. Tony Stark is supposed to unwittingly create Ultron, which would fit nicely with recent news that Robert Downey Jr. will appear in Captain America 3. But this trailer makes it look like Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are working with Ultron, so this could all be the work of Hydra.

Anyway, the trailer teases just the right amount. Cap walks amongst the destruction. Tony Stark is sad. Bruce Banner curls up in a modified fetal position. Black Widow has a touching moment with the Hulk. We see a broken Cap shield next to Thor’s immobile arm. There’s a glimpse of a non-CGI Andy Serkis. Ultron talks about puppets and strings. We don’t see Bucky Barnes, who is supposed to be “in the wind.” Cap is totally looking for his Bucky. I think Cap is kicking in the door to a Hydra facility. Marvel always makes sure to add some Cap booty shots to every trailer. How considerate.

P.S. Chris Evans and Minka Kelly are back together again? They picked up tacos together in these PopSugar photos. This would be their third go. Lainey questions whether these two are really “together” because tacos aren’t the most romantic thing (hilarious). These two are probably just hooking up. They know each other, and they’re comfy. Dude got some and ate some tacos.

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  1. Jana says:

    Definitely awesome.

    • LadyMTL says:

      That was my reaction too, lol. And then I realized that the song was a sort of creepy version of “I’ve got no strings” from Pinocchio and was all ‘oooh, that’s even more awesome.’ LOL.

      • starrywonder says:

        Yep! It is sooooo good. Seriously DC needs to run away from Marvel release dates. They are not going to win.

  2. Luciana says:

    I’m really looking foward to see this movie!!! Cannot wait!!!!

    I hope we get to see a lot of Scarlet Witch, my favourite Marvel character. I think Elizabeth Olsen will be great.

  3. V4Real says:

    RDJ tweeted this last night. I’m so excited to see this film. I like that he uses Twitter mainly to promote his projects.

  4. Tiffany27 says:

    Time out!!!! Did anyone else see Wolverine?

    This trailer is perfect. I’m tearing up and yes, I’m a comic book nerd.

  5. Sharra55 says:

    Spader’s voice. That is all.

    • Mia4S says:

      It’s funny but that was actually my main problem with the trailer. His voice is so recognizable it felt like parody (sort of like using Morgan Freeman as a narrator). It works from a live action cartoon perspective (which these movies are, I know) but it’s not very original.

  6. aims says:

    I adore james spader, so I’ll go to pretty much anything he does.

  7. T.Fanty says:

    The dude can eat my taco, if he’s that hungry.

    (and huzzah! for the trailer)

    • Lulu says:

      Surely, he can find much better……or at least STD free. He’s going to need more than his shield for protection.
      Minka is a total famewhore who will dump a guy to hook up with a bigger celebrity, calls the paps on herself and even tried to shop her own sex tape. She obviously only got back together with him (twice!) as a desperate career move because he’s an A-lister now. I just hope he’s playing her the same way she’s playing him.

  8. Lindy79 says:

    Spader’s voice is everything!

  9. Lilacflowers says:

    Loved it. The use of the “got no strings” song from Pinocchio was super creepy and awesome. And my secret husband Chris’s butt looked magnificent.

  10. Mia4S says:

    I liked the character beats but everything except the Hulk/Iron Man(?) fight was underwhelming. We’ve seen it all before. Also James Spader’s voice is too recognizable for me, takes me right out of it.

    Scarlet Witch looked neat. Quicksilver looked stupid, but then so did XMen Quicksilver and he was awesome. I’ll give him a chance.

  11. Srsly? says:

    I can’t believe Chris Evans took back Minka Kelly a third time. They’re getting too old for this nonsense. If she’s not “The One”, why bother wasting more time on a dysfunctional relationship with a social climber? Talk about some washed up Hollywood bike, at this point every celeb has taken a free ride. She’s like herpes, she keeps coming back for more (attention). The minute he’s back in LA, paps always know where to find them together. Hmm. She’s so transparent and thirsty for fame and relevancy yet she’s a terrible actress who can’t hold a job. If he gets played again, that’s on him. Count me out, he’s such an hypocrite and a fool.

    • jammypants says:

      damn, tell us how you really feel ;)

    • ¯_(ツ)_/¯ says:

      Oh, Chris. Going back to that irrelevant bland famewhore? Again. Ugh. What was he thinking?!
      Terrible taste in women or he just don’t love himself. Maybe the herpes keeps them together. Probably got back together for the PR. Her floppy career is pretty much dead, though.

    • sigh((s)) says:

      Damn! Y’all are cold as shite. ;)

  12. Irene says:

    RDJ in Captain America 3? Ugh. He already takes over the Avengers movies, can’t I just have my Cap films without his manic old man mid life crisis nonsense?

    Not terribly excited for this Age of Ultron after the way Avengers 1 did everyone but Iron Man wrong. I don’t trust Joss Whedon. Avengers 1 does not hold up upon inspection.

    • InvaderTak says:

      Agree on your whole comment. Iron Man is getting tired, and I’m really worried about the sequal. Especially the new ones. I’m just not convinced either of them are right for their parts and I’m worried about how they’ll fit in.

      • Irene says:

        New Ones?

      • InvaderTak says:

        @Irene: The new Avengers, the Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver. Not so sure about them tbh.

      • Irene says:

        @InvaderTak: OH! I totally forgot about them.

        I was pretty bored and unimpressed by the actors when they were in Godzilla (There was a point towards the end of the movie where I literally did not recognize the guy for like 15 minutes, I thought they’d suddenly started following another character, that’s how bland he was) so I don’t have high hopes for the twins.

        Plus, I’m more than a little irritated that they’re so white. Since they aren’t Magneto’s kids anymore (who were Roma and Jewish anyway, I believe?), there’s no reason they couldn’t have brought a little diversity into the franchise.

        But what should I expect? The one role Whedon got to cast in the Avengers (Maria Hill) was white-washed as well.

      • InvaderTak says:

        @Irene: Agreed. They were a great bland break from the dumbness of that movie. And yes, they shouldn’t have whitewashed Maria Hill. Come to think of it, the late Elizabeth Pena would have been good in that role. She looks awesome with the short hairdo as well.

      • JJ says:

        Cap 2 already had Black Widow and Nick Fury, plus Facon and Bucky. To compete with DC Marvel has to bring the goods. Cap 1 didn’t do well at the Box Office. Captain America alone isn’t an interesting character enough to come up with a compelling story.
        And Iron Man 1,2,3 made the most money for Marvel, I am not surprised about this. I like the idea of coupling the super heroes. They should do an Iron Man/Hulk team up as well.

    • V4Real says:

      You can say I’m defending my hubby RDJ because I would watch that man in anything but it might make sense to have him in Cap 3.

      Don’t know how much you are into the comics but if Joss is aiming at “Civil War” for Avengers 3 that will explain why Iron Man is in Cap 3. Allegedly they are supposed to now be rivals in Cap 3 which is what the are in The Civil War comics.

      • Irene says:

        But Civil War wouldn’t really make sense in the movies. None of them have secret identities. I mean, I guess they could find something else to fight about, but I can’t imagine how it would get to the extreme point of Civil War…. Unless Tony goes really dark and wants to like, execute Bucky or something. But I don’t see them going there, Bucky’s got a LOT of sympathy from the fans, and it would make Tony look really bad. I don’t think they’d risk making people hate their cash cow.

        And I get your RDJ love, because probably a part of me is a little miffed on Evans’ behalf. Could you imagine starring in your own franchise, and then having RDJ Sweep in, take the focus off of you, and make $40 million when you won’t even make that in 6 films? I like Tony and RDJ, but I don’t want to see him take over all the other movies.

        “Coming Soon: Tony Stark visits The Guardians of the Galaxy and replaces the Awesome Mix Tapes with AC/DC! In 3D!”

        I probably just have a lot of anger about The original Avengers movie. It really was just another Iron Man sequel. Steve and Thor got screwed, and I’m still bitter.

      • V4Real says:

        Keep in mind Whedon has a way of taking something and adding his own twist to it like he did with the origin of Ultron. He doesn’t have to go full on Civil War but could use parts of it. Don’t get caught up on the concept of the secret idenities being the main issue with Civil War when it just an argument of the real problem which was the government wanting to control the superpowered beings so disaster wouldn’t happen again.

        At some point the team is divided over what Stark created and in the Civil War they were also divided over the Superhuman Registration Act. Whedon is great at what he does and he could do a Civil War without the secret identity aspect of it.

        As for as too much Tony Stark. Can you blame RDJ for being as popular as he is with this character. Can you blame Marvel and Disney for using their most popular character and actor to make money. What would you use to make cash in a money making business your best asset or your asset that does ok. Stark was made popular by the fans, the ones who flocked to see those films, they were the deciding factor that put,RDJ above the rest. We can say were sick of Stark all we want but Marvel is not going to sit their hottest commodity out because a few people said they are sick of him. The Box Office speaks for that.

        BTW I love me some Evans as well and I am bitter as hell that he’s rumored to be back with that famewhore Stinka Kelly.

        One last thing I was reading your post downthread with Algernon. If I recall the comics correctly Stark was against the registration act while Cap was for it. Therefore,Stark wouldn’t need to be too political.

      • Irene says:


        Tony was for Registration, Steve was against it.

        I disagree about Whedon. I don’t think he’s great at what he does.

        And I think Marvel could just as easily have Iron Man 4 and 5 and 6 rather than shoehorn him into a Cap movie.

      • Algernon says:


        “probably a part of me is a little miffed on Evans’ behalf. Could you imagine starring in your own franchise, and then having RDJ Sweep in, take the focus off of you, and make $40 million when you won’t even make that in 6 films? ”

        I can’t speak to the money, as I imagine that has to be a sore point with most of them, that RDJ makes so much more. But I think some of this is, at least in part, driven by Chris Evans’ inability to handle the machine that goes with Marvel movies. I’ve got friends who work on those movies (in VFX mostly, but also on the Disney distrib side), and the stuff I hear, it sounds like they’re trying really hard to keep him from having a full-on nervous breakdown. And with RDJ along for the ride, a considerable amount of pressure will be off Chris when it comes time for promotion. I like Chris a lot, but he just isn’t turning into the keystone player they needed him to be. That’s why they’re looking for an A-list name for Dr. Strange, they need someone to fill RDJ’s spot as the captain of the PR team.

        Also, I’m pretty sure a lot of this is about sticking it to Warner Brothers, too. “If *our* versus movie does better than *your* versus movie, then we win!” I’m not saying it will, but I think Marvel is being a little playground nyah-nyah-nyah with this.

      • Irene says:


        Really? He seems so calm and way less neurotic in his interviews lately! I assumed he’d gotten some good anti-anxiety meds!

        That’s interesting if he’s barely holding it together though. He seemed fine for the press for Winter Soldier and at Comicon, but I could see how someone like him wouldn’t get less anxious with success, they’d get more anxious, with all the heightened expectations for Cap 3.

        Still doesn’t make me happy about Tony being in Cap 3, though. I like Evans, but I like Steve more and I don’t want to see him shafted.

      • V4Real says:

        Irene your right it was Stark for the act I just checked with a friend who’s a Marvel fanactic.

        But Cap and Stark together in Cap 3 makes perfect sense if they are spearheading for Civil War.
        I think Whedon is great with what he did with The Avengers and he will be great with this one as well.

    • aquarius64 says:

      Agree. Age of Ultron should be called Iron Man 4. Part of RDJ’s contract is final say of content for all Marvel films he stars in. He was originally suppose to have a small but significant part in Cap 3, but with the clause he can demand a more expanded role. Rumor says RDJ is going to paid $40 million for Cap 3 – ridiculous for someone who is not the titular character. Marvel created a monster here; and I bet the studio regrets it.

      • Intro Outro says:

        @aquarius64: Agreed with every word. It is beyond ridiculous. I also rolled my eyes hard when I first read RDJ saying that superhero films are getting old and fraying around the edges – and then a couple of days later heard that Iron Man will be in Cap 3. I guess after Judge’s tepid reviews RDJ needed an ego boost or something lol.

    • t says:

      That was my exact reaction. (About RDJ, Avengers 1 was awesome.)

  13. Jenna says:

    Mmm… me some Captain Sexy. Ugh…the things he does to me. What I don’t love is RDJ in Cap 3. Not one bit. He already has his own franchise.

  14. allons-y alonso says:

    I love everything about this trailer: James Fricken Spader, the genereal arse-kickery, the creepy spin on Pinocchio’s ‘I’ve got no strings’, Andy Serkis! ALL OF IT !!!!!

  15. BW says:

    Ooooo, ballerinas! OK, this is probably not my type of movie if that’s the only thing that interested me.

  16. Tina says:

    Chris and Minka back together same day Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is leaked & officially released??! Coincidence, I think NOT!
    Looks like Chris is still not over Jessica Biel leaving him for Jeter and Timberlake. He’s been acting like a lost puppy ever since…
    Strangely enough, he first hooked up with Minka in 2007, after Biel dumped him for Derek Jeter. In 2012, he only went back to her when Biel and Timberlake got married… and two years later wash, rinse, repeat when Biel is rumored to be pregnant with JT’s baby and celebrating their 2-year anniversary.
    Seek help and move on, Christopher.

  17. MountainRunner says:

    ahhh… yes! Spader will make a fab villian. He creeps me out.

  18. InvaderTak says:

    Ok, I’ll admit it, I thought it was cheesy.Parts of it could have easily have been lifted from the first one’s trailor. Not real unique. And is Thor wearing jeans and a cardigan at :34??? huh?

  19. Reece says:

    Aren’t eating tacos and getting some the same thing? *snort*

    James Spader’s voice!
    I could totally see him in Ultron. I’m not sure if that’s good or bad as yet.

  20. Algernon says:

    I don’t understand the hate for Iron Man in Cap 3. They’ve been setting up the civil war stuff since Iron Man 2, so it’s inevitable it’ll happen at some point. Everyone’s going to get all bent out of shape and then Cap 3 will come out and it’ll probably be awesome (same creative team as Cap 2, which I think is Marvel’s all-around best movie to date), and it’ll turn out that Tony is only in 45 minutes of a 2.5 hour movie. If anyone has earned a little leeway from the audience, it’s Marvel. I think what little we know about Cap 3 sounds awesome. Steve is best when he has others to play off of, and we haven’t gotten hardly any Tony/Steve drama in the movies to date. I’m here for it.

    • Irene says:

      “They’ve been setting up the civil war stuff since Iron Man 2″

      Have they? No one has a secret identity. It doesn’t seem like Tony hasn’t been set up to be someone who would support a registration act, he’s all about doing whatever the hell he wants. It especially doesn’t make sense after Cap 2, because now they know that Hydra has infiltrated all the government agencies. I’d have a hard time buying Tony Stark trusting anything having to do with any government at this point. Civil War just doesn’t seem to work in this universe, unless they make it about another point. But even then, Steve and Tony in the movies aren’t friends. It won’t really have the same emotional impact, they already dislike each other.

      And I’m sorry, but 45 minutes of Tony Stark is 45 minutes of Captain America 3 that won’t be focusing on Steve, Bucky, Sam or Natasha. No thank you.

      • Algernon says:

        I don’t think it’ll be like in the comics. You’re right, there are no secret identities, and RDJ as Tony isn’t political enough to be the frontman for a registration act. But they have set up an inherent antagonism between Steve and Tony.

        Iron Man 2: Tony’s dismissiveness toward the proto-type of Steve’s shield
        Avengers: Their bad first impressions, Tony’s obvious dislike of Steve based on daddy issues.

        Yeah, they shook hands at the end, but there’s no evidence they actually spent any time together between Avengers and Winter Soldier. In Iron Man 3 and Cap 2 there is incidental evidence that they’re deliberately avoiding each other. Early in Iron Man 3, Tony and Jarvis have an exchange about not taking SHIELD’s calls, and in Cap 2 Steve references “Stark” but clearly hasn’t seen him personally. Seems like only Fury’s been in touch with Tony over the last couple years.

        So they’re not close. They don’t hate each other, but besides a professional respect, which is tenuous at best, they don’t seem very warm toward each other. I can see a scenario in which that latent hostility explodes over something seemingly random and they end up at each other’s throats. To be clear, I really don’t think it will be anything like what’s in the comics (which is good, I didn’t like Civil War very much). I think Steve and Tony end up fighting over Bucky and whether or not he should be turned in for the crimes he perpetrated under Hydra’s control. You can even kind of see how the team would split over that. Clint, Natasha, Wanda and Pietro would all have direct experiencing with brainwashing and probably wouldn’t support turning Bucky in, but if everyone sides against Tony, I could see him, just in a fit of petulance and hurt feelings, turning his PR machine against the Avengers. And thus Civil War is born.

        I think he’ll end up with screen time comparable to Robert Redford in Cap 2. Redford didn’t detract from anyone’s storyline, and I really don’t think RDJ will either. I guess I just don’t understand the dislike for Iron Man all of a sudden, but I find Chris Evans’s Cap best when he has people to play off of, and I’d like to see more of him and RDJ going at each other.

      • Irene says:


        You’re right, an arc where the main issue is Tony wanting to have Bucky prosecuted for his ‘crimes’ would be a good way to bring about a Civil War type storyline. That being said, I suspect Marvel wouldn’t want to paint Tony in that harsh of a light. Most people seem to have taken the stance that Bucky is a victim, not a villain, and I think Marvel would be leery of having Tony be so very wrong, losing fans, etc.

        I think the reason people are disliking Iron Man all of the sudden is the 1st Avengers movie, TBH. That’s when I began to get annoyed with him. Whedon was so clearly biased towards Tony, to the detriment of the other characters, that it pissed people off. You watch the movie once, and it’s great and exciting and YAY. You watch it a second time, and you start to go “Wait, this isn’t that awesome”.

        So people are concerned about RDJ’s role in Cap 3 because they don’t want to see the same thing happen that happened in Avengers 1. They don’t want Sam to suddenly be useless and shunted aside because Iron Man is there. Why would they need a guy with wings if Iron Man can do everything he can do, but better? How are they gonna have time to resolve Bucky’s emotional state if they’re focusing on Steve’s drama with Tony? How are they gonna have time to explore more of Steve and Natasha’s friendship? He has plenty of people to play off of.

        Basically, people who have favorites other than Iron Man are nervous, because he tends to take over whatever he’s in. I’d be just as worried if they announced Tony was going to be in Thor 3, or Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Tony Stark and RDJ do not know how to be supporting cast.

      • Shantal says:

        Unless it turns out that Bucky is responsible for the deaths of Howard and Maria, it wouldn’t make much sense for Tony to be so adamant that Bucky be prosecuted. Natasha came from a similar situation and has committed terrible deeds, and Tony hasn’t demanded that she pay for her past crimes. Besides who is Tony Stark to judge anyone? He is responsible for millions of deaths between his company manufacturing weapons for years and now the creation of an evil robot who attempts to take over the world. Screw him.

      • Irene says:


        It was heavily implied in Captain America: The Winter Soldier that The Winter Soldier was indeed the one who carried out the kill order on the Starks.

        That doesn’t make Bucky ‘responsible’, since he was brainwashed, but a grieving Tony Stark might not make that distinction.

      • Algernon says:


        I think that’s what it will be, though. Tony is isolated from the team after Age of Ultron, he starts obsessing over Bucky, and he and Steve argue about Bucky’s fate. I don’t think it will go much further than that. If they even call the movie “Civil War” (some film sites said it might not be titled that, officially), I don’t think it’ll really be a “civil war”. I think it will be “a rather strong disagreement.” I have a feeling the movie is going to revolve around the search for Bucky. I’ve seen the working title pop up on union job boards over the last few weeks and it’s 100% a thing that makes me think of Bucky every time I see it.

      • JJ says:

        I am ready for less Black Widow, ScarJo’s acting, or the lack of it is atrocious. I am hoping Scarlet Witch has a lot of scenes in AOU, she looked very interesting in the trailer.

    • t says:

      Yeah Cap 2 was definitely in the top tier of Marvel movies, unlike Iron Man 3 which was…special. That’s why I want RDJ to stay in his own franchise.

  21. bettyrose says:

    My SO was up watching the trailer when I got up this morning. He was mesmerized by it, so I guess it’s good.

  22. Vampi says:

    JAMES SPADER! *swoon*…I fell in love with him in…..believe it or not….Mannequin…and then he got me all hot on Boston Public. I would sooooooo hit that! *sighs*

  23. kri says:

    yep, I’m going just to hear James Spader’s voice. Hell.Yeah.

  24. Miss M says:

    All I got from this post is: Chris Evans is back with Minka Kelly… Dude! Nooooooooo

    • Prairiegirl says:

      Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me a third time, I’m clearly an idiot.

  25. INeedANap says:

    I am impressed that they got Sam T-W and Elizabeth Olson to play Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. They’re both very good actors, and those two characters can lean to the lame, so having talent there will really help.

    Also, someone needs to send the CapA$$ to an old-school Yiddish matchmaker or something, boy needs help.

  26. 'P'enny says:

    No Loki

    ‘tumble weed…….’

    But, topless Thor. :-D

    I’ll get my coat – sorry

    ‘fingers crossed for a loki moment at the end of the film – saying ‘come on home, Bro.. I saw the light’

  27. jinni says:

    I’m just here for Hulk and the Pinocchio song.

  28. Cara says:

    A source told PEOPLE: “It was just a friendly lunch” and that the two also spent time with his family in late September at karaoke night at Lavender Asian Cuisine & Bar in Evans’s hometown of Sudbury. It seems like they’ll get back together because they don’t have anyone else left to date. Minka Kelly has already burned through just about every guy in Hollywood, including breaking up at least one marriage to get what she wants…such a classy broad. Go ahead and marry her, dumbass.

  29. Jag says:

    The title mentioned Chris Evans and not Chris Hemsworth, so I passed this posting by because I loathe Evans. Then I saw another website which had Thor as the lead listed for the teaser, and I tried to watch the trailer there, but it didn’t work. So I came back home to Celebitchy because I knew that y’all would have the trailer, and yay, here it is. So if there is 1 more click on Chris Evans’ posts, just know it’s me trying to see more Chris Hemsworth. lol

  30. Sam says:

    I really think this thing with MK is more like a convenience/hook-up thing. If it was more serious, they wouldn’t have broken up a second time. Also, the rumors that there is… Ahem… A certain venereal disease… It might be because they don’t have to worry about it when they are hooking up with each other. They’re both super hot and single, so why not go back to what’s easy and familiar. I agree with the sentiment that he could so so much better.

  31. aquarius64 says:

    I think Civil War comes about due to the Ultron fallout: Stark is Dr. Frankenstein here. His creation Ultron causes a lot of death and destruction. Stark could face criminal prosecution and civil lawsuits for wrongful death and destruction of property. Stark Industries could take a hit reputation wise because of Ultron, putting Stark’s fortune in jeopardy. The government offers a stay-out-of-court-and-jail-free card to Stark: be an advocate for pro-registration of super-powered humans and aliens and the Attorney General and the President make your legal troubles go away. I would be on the side of anti-registration; it sounds too much like profiling.

  32. Son, just don't says:

    Everyone I’ve talked to who worked with Minka on Friday Night Lights always made the same “Oh, God. This b/i/tch.” face when I asked about her.
    Oh, wait, that was Taylor Kitsch… and Scott Porter. ;-)
    I never thought she was pretty even after all the plastic surgery. She’s just so basic and fake. I never understood the hype over her. One would think these guys would be able to peep her game by now since its out in the open. I was also surprised that he took her back after she left him for John Mayer and Herpes Jeter. These dudes fall for anything.

    Maybe they just get together when there is no one else around. It would not be the first time people have done this. Or maybe she compared pics of him from 6 years ago and realized how fast he is losing his looks/hair and decided to give it a last try and milk it for all its worth to put her terrible career back on track. Maybe he just likes cankles or the sweet sound of her annoying baby voice. Either way, they won’t last long.

  33. Intro Outro says:

    The trailer looks like an epic, dark and visually beautiful deja-vu ;)