It's been two months since Marvel -- with a little help from Joss Whedon -- unveiled the name of the "Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age of Ultron," via a short, cryptic, anticipation-building teaser at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

Well, now you can watch that clip, because someone finally leaked it.

The 54-second, blurry Youtube clip features shiny shots of the Avengers' trademark getups and gear, with voiceover from each of their owners, who each deliver a memorable line or phrase tied to their respective characters. Clearly, the producers of the clip had to work with what they had -- existing costume designs and props, and dialogue uttered in previous Marvel movies -- because the sequel doesn't start filming until next year.

So, watch the clip (before someone takes it down), relive the excitement (if you happened to be in Hall H back in July), and try not to feel too sad about the fact that "Age of Ultron" doesn't hit theaters until May 2015.
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