Marvel Studios has released their latest character poster for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and it gives us fans are first really good look at The Vision. And he looks about as close to the comic-book version as any fan could possibly dream of.
Also Entertainment Weekly have revealed cover images for it's next issue, featuring Avengers: Age of Ultron, including a full shot of the Vision.
And in addition to all that The EW also have revealed a few plot details. Some slight spoilers are included. So stop now if you don't want anything spoiled. So here it is the whole thing apparently all begins with HYDRA villain Baron Wolfgang von Strucker according to the interview:
"Strucker has been using Loki's scepter for human experimentation, which bestowed the siblings with powers of magic (Scarlet Witch) and speed (Quicksilver). But the bad baron piques the interest of Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark for other reasons. "Von Strucker was working on a lot of stuff, including robotics,” says Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. “Tony realizes, '[Those robotics] might be able to help me get over the hump of some of the AI stuff I’ve been working on.'"
Stark's invention, Ultron, is born from the marriage of both men's technologies. Alas, adolescence is a bitch, and Ultron goes rogue, shreds Stark’s other artificial-intelligence program, J.A.R.V.I.S., and gives rise to his own awesome creation: The synthezoid known as the Vision (played by Paul Bettany, who previously voiced J.A.R.V.I.S.)."
Avengers: Age of Ultron crashes into theaters May 1.
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