The newest and final “Avengers: Age of Ultron” trailer shows a few more epic-looking scenes from the action-packed sequel. While the clip recycles the majority of the footage from the other “Avengers 2” trailers, fans got a closer look at one Captain America (Chris Evans) fight scene.
We know that an aircraft drops Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and her motorcycle onto the street to catch up to Captain America, and previous videos have shown her picking up his shield. But this scene puts together some missing pieces for fans.
“I’m going in,” Black Widow says. “Can you keep him occupied?”
Meanwhile, Cap is in the middle of a serious throwdown with Ultron (voiced by James Spader). Steve kicked his shield into the robot, but it bounced off with only a few sparks.
“What do you think I’ve been doing?” Captain America asks.
Black Widow picks his shield up off the street and zooms through the streets to get it back to him. Natasha slides under the semi-truck that Captain America and Ultron are fighting on top of (which is still moving forward in traffic). Right as Ultron has him in a chokehold, Natasha tosses the shield up to Steve so he can hit Ultron in the face with it.
Captain America’s shield is involved in plenty of the action in this trailer. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) also is seen using his hammer to push the shield into one of the Ultron bots.
Watch the final trailer for “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which premiered on Amazon, below:
The “Avengers” sequel will focus on new characters along with the old. Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) will be introduced to the team, and they’re shown a bit in the above video. However, this final trailer does leave out one new character: the Vision (Paul Bettany). Thus far, the mysterious character has only appeared briefly in one promo (which can be seen here). Since this is the final trailer, we’re guessing that fans won’t get to see the villain again until the movie premieres.
While Amazon calls this the final trailer, it isn’t clear if there will be different footage in the exclusive clip that will be shown at the MTV Movie Awards.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” hits theaters on May 1.