AceShowbiz - Fans are bubbling with excitement now that a new "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer is coming. During the halftime of the Rose Bowl, a promo aired on ESPN says that the new trailer for the highly-anticipated movie is coming out during the College Football National Championship game on ESPN, starting at 8:30 P.M. EST. on January 12.
In an interview with IGN in December, director Joss Whedon shared that the upcoming flick would be bigger than its predecessor. "I remember saying it was harder. But it is bigger. The cast is bigger. The scope is bigger. You know, we have more to work with," he said.
"You know, with this, we're on a broader canvas. We're in more countries. We have a bigger world to work with, and a bigger world for them just to be in. Sort of, once they exist as a team, we have to deal with what everybody thinks about that, and what that means to the world. It's not as simple as it was," he explained.
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