Will we see the first teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron in late October or early November? That's what a new Russian website is claiming, as they confirm that the first footage from this highly-anticipated Marvel sequel will be attached to Interstellar, in theaters November 7th.

This, of course, has not been confirmed by Marvel or Disney. FilmPro Russian recently attended a Cinema Expo held in their country, where the information was revealed during a Warner Bros. exhibit. Translated, this is what they claim:

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"For fans of comic book movies, there is another motive to go see Interstellar. The first trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron will be attached."

It has been speculated that Marvel and Disney are planning a marketing strategy for Avengers: Age of Ultron that is similar to the first Marvel's The Avengers. The full-length trailer for that blockbuster debuted in October of 2011, a year before the film's release. Will the same happen here?

Marvel is known for releasing its trailers online at least a week before they hit theaters. If they follow their own pattern, that puts the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer in front of us the last week of October.

It isn't known if this first Avengers 2 footage will only be attached to Interstellar prints in Russia, or if the same will happen domestically. While Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic is coming from Warner Bros., and Avengers 2 is coming from Disney, it's not unusual for a studio to launch it's trailer attached to a competitor's film. Big Hero 6 opens the same weekend here in the states, so the trailer maybe more likely attached to prints of this Disney animated superhero adventure, which is their first adaptation of a Marvel Comic Book. That actually makes more sense.

What do you think? Are our chances pretty good that we'll get our first real look at Avengers: Age of Ultron in October? It sounds right on the movie to us.