If this trailer doesn't get you pumped for May 1st, nothing will.
Marvel just released the final trailer for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" -- and it's packed full of footage we haven't seen yet from previous teasers.
It opens with our title villain, Ultron, monologuing to Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver about taking away "hope" from our super-friends.
Tony Stark then explains how the evil robot came to be, saying "I tried to create a suit of armor around the world, but I created something terrible. It's called the Ultron Program, I'm sick of watching people pay for our mistakes. Isn't why we fight so we can end the fight and go home?"
From there, it's a montage of action -- and one amazing money shot of all the suited-up heroes together:
We also get a glimpse at the big battle between Hulk and Iron Man (in his Hulkbuster armor), the twins using their powers against the Avengers and what looks like a sure-to-be impressive fight between the titular heroes and an army of robots.
But it's the very last shot that has a lot of comic fans excited, as we get our first really good look at Paul Bettany as The Vision, an android who eventually joins the fold.
Are you ready?!? "Age of Ultron" hits theaters May 1.