It was great, but I have to admit that it's mostly cause of Shane Black, had I seen this really really bleak trailer of Iron Man but the movie was being directed by someone else, I'm not gonna lie, I would be really scared.
Pretty much exactly what we needed to see-- what emotional journey to expect, not so much that it spoils, some spectacle, idea of stakes, and direction they're taking with this sequel, if not most of Phase II.
Amazing trailer. This is the first sample of how our heroes will be affected by the blowback of the events that occurred at the end of Phase 1.
Like some said this seems to be the overarching nature of all the movies that we're going to see in Phase 2. Powerful and resilient humans and aliens alike against the dark forces of the universe all culminating into The Avengers 2.
I think IM3, Winter Solider, Dark World, GotG and Ant-Man are all going to compliment each other incredibly well. I know that sounds premature but the potential Marvel is setting itself up for is humungous.
Its an excellent trailer, gave me what I have been waiting for, Mandarin, I have been really excited to see what Shane Blacks take on the film would be, the feel of it, how Stark deals with what happened in New York, whats important to him, i feel alot better now after seeing this trailer and that it appears to be in good hands with Shane Black at the helm.
I though the teaser was perfect. It left audiences with questions so it wasn't a spoilerfest. The trailer focused more on character than several pieces of action sequences. Also, the tone. While RDJ brings his charm to the character, which brings some comical aspects, it's nice to see the character get a serious movie (from what I gather from the trailer) which is refreshing. Also, great score to the trailer, it all worked brilliantly.
I'll tell you what excited me most: the fact that the villain is the Mandarin and not a generic corrupt businessman in a rip-off Iron Man armor. That got me excited. The trailer didn't look like a retread of the first two films.
His house. I hate seeing great achitecture be destroyed, even if it is CGI.
And oh, it's good. I like my movies to have some comedy in them, and seeing that this is Tony Starke here, lack of comedy knocked it down a few notches for me. And, I'm not too thrilled with the depiction of Pepper Potts being a damsel in distress.