The folks at How it Should Have Ended have paused their looks at plot holes and leaps of logic to present a new take on Avengers: Age of Ultron with a couple of catches. It's only two minutes long, and it's completely stop-motion animated in LEGO.
All the major moments of the film are there, from the opening assault on Strucker's Hydra base, to the hallucinations, the party scene, Vision's birth, and the big climactic battle. The humorous take includes a couple of jabs at things like Hawkeye's farm being used as a safe house and why they all start trusting Vision. It's a fun sendup, and a heck of a cool use of LEGO stop-motion.