Recycling: Using Age of Ultron to Promote Civil War

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Of course Captain America believes in recycling. He wants to save the planet, and so should you. So it makes sense, then, that Marvel’s been using Age of Ultron images to promote Civil War. As Uproxx so astutely points out, there’s enough Avengers in here to basically consider Civil War an Avengers sequel.

I mean, they cut out poor Mark Ruffalo-senpai from the movie cause there just wasn’t enough room for his Giant Greenness in the lineup. Tragic.

But as for the recycling: check it out yourself. Tell us what you think below. And remember, kids: don’t mention recycling when Tony’s in his Iron Man suit. He gets nervous.

(via Uproxx)

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