More AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Images Reveal Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and a Party in Avengers Tower

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It’s unofficial Avengers: Age of Ultron day, folks.  Fresh off our first look at the villainous robot Ultron and comments from Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige about the Joss Whedon-directed sequel, a batch of new Avengers: Age of Ultron images has arrived.  These photos reveal new Avengers additions Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), the triumphant return of Science Bros (aka Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo), and a little get-together in Avengers Tower with a surprise guest.  With Comic-Con on the horizon we can expect plenty more Avengers 2 goodness in the week to come—or even more later today.

Hit the jump to take a look at the new Avengers: Age of Ultron images.  The film also stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, James Spader, and Don CheadleAvengers: Age of Ultron opens in theaters on May 1, 2015. [Update: We've updated the article with high-resolution versions of the images.]

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  • Leo Spaceman

    I don’t care about other people’s complaints about this, I am going to have an awesome time at this movie.

    • Mezmero

      IDK why people are still saying anything after the first one. It’s like they don’t want to see their favorite Superheros team up unless they make the movie. Those are the same fan fools complained about the title of the Superman and Batman team-up. Why can’t they be happy that’s Superman and Batman on screen fight against and eventually along side eachother? They hate all the things they always wanted to see because of petty bullshit.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Well, the reason I complain about Batman v Superman is because the person directing it has a horrible track record and, based on MoS, I’d rather see it be made by someone else. It’s the same reason I’m not ecstatic about Transformers movies or the new TMNT – I’d love to see them on the screen, but I want them done well. We shouldn’t be forced to pick “Absolute Crap” or “Nothing at all”, that’s ridiculous. I’m not sure how not wanting to see your favorite characters tarnished by a horrible script and direction is petty.

      • AverageGamers

        Wohoho THIS!

      • Sandwich

        Zack Snyder has a horrible track record when he’s a WRITER.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        And/or a director. So basically always.

      • OscarDiggs

        really?!? 300 was fucking awesome.

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        Well, everyone has some freak accident.. His accident was an actual success.. The rest.. pretty damn bad.. LMAO!

        But seriously, I say he’s 3 for 3.. Watchmen, 300, and Dawn of the dead (which basically relaunched the zombie trend) were good movies, not epic, but good! I’ll give a bit more to 300 which changed the look of movies. So yeah.. ok.. a bit better than good for that one, and yes you have the right to appreciate it more than me, it’s all about taste in the end. So awesome for you, better than good for me. ;)

        Then it goes sour… Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole; Sucker Punch; and Man of Steel.. Legend of the Guardians, could not sit through the whole thing as I kept falling either asleep or saw something better to look at like my lawn growing outside.. Then Sucker Punch.. Oh man.. Now that was one of the worst thing on screen for a while.. Then came Man of Steel.. Something I was rooting for, finally they took it away from Singer… But nope.. It was one of the worst Superman I’ve ever seen (just a notch above Singer’s take on that rapist/voyeur/Not really affected by kryptonite anymore so I can send to space an entire continent of it into space Superman).. Including any and all tv series about Superboy in the early 90′s.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Yeah Legend of the Guardians has some breathtaking visuals – but it’s just so dull. The voice acting sounds like bad anime dubbing, the story isn’t engaging at all, and it plods along. Such a shame that great CGI was wasted on a movie where everything else was mediocre.

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        You saw it already?

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Legend of the Guardians? Yeah, it’s been out for years…Or am I misunderstanding your question? Or did you misread that as Guardians of the Galaxy?

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        Totally misread that… didn’t get any coffee today…. :P

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        You saw it already?

      • hell8oy

        U complain too much, just relax and let it ride

      • hell8oy

        @lex walker

      • LEM

        Second (said as Scruffy…the janitor)

      • opinionated asshole

        Zack Snyder has a horrible track record? He’s made one legitimately bad movie(Sucker Punch), while making good to very good ones like 300, Watchmen(the director’s cut), Dawn of the Dead(which is one of the best modern remakes).
        He’s no Spielberg, but he’s a competent director if he has a good script. Zack is not the issue, it’s Goyer.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        He’s made many legitimately bad movies: Sucker Punch, Guardians of Ga’Hoole, Man of Steel, and, despite what you say, the vacuous 300 and Watchmen which are all style and absolutely no substance. The only reason Watchmen is even remotely watchable is because Snyder literally did nothing but copy each frame line for line visually. He basically traced a comic book onto film. Children can trace. Director’s leave a distinct mark (and no, slow-mo is not a style, it’s a gimmick). The best thing he’s done is yes, Dawn of the Dead, but even that is so impossibly dull that it’s hard to believe that gave him a career. I can’t watch it without laughing at how cliched and hackneyed each and every beat is. Zack Snyder’s career is a textbook case of failing upwards. He gets hired because his movies make money, not because he makes good movies.

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        “Zack Snyder’s career is a textbook case of failing upwards.” and he’s damn good at it too!!

        Still I enjoyed Dawn when it came out, and you could say it helped relaunch the whole zombie trend at that time. Watchmen was an easy one for him as he stuck to the comic and 300 fairly the same thing. So yeah.. I agree with your points! :)

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Yeah, he excels at that upward descent.

        As for the zombie craze, I don’t think Dawn of the Dead can take credit for relaunching it. If I was going to give any movie credit for that it’d be Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later which came out 2 years before that and reminded people that yeah, zombies can be freaking terrifying and so can humanity when it descends into anarchy. Also, it’s just a much much better movie with great performances, direction, and soundtrack.

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        Point taken. But 28 days was just that kick they needed, then Dawn came along with the Hollywood exposure that’s why I think it sorta gave the bigger push.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Damn, I should amend that 28 Days Later AND Resident Evil (both in 2002), with the latter probably being the one that deserves credit for encouraging studios as it was actually produced by a big studio. Then all the other studios scrambled to copy it and so we got Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, another Resident Evil movie, Doom, Land of the Dead, The Roost, Black Sheep (arguably), 28 Weeks Later, I am Legend, and more in the next 5 years.

        Though if we’re being fair to the “crappy direct-to-DVD horror” genre, zombies never waned in popularity, but they don’t deserve recognition or our respect.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Damn, I should amend that 28 Days Later AND Resident Evil (both in 2002), with the latter probably being the one that deserves credit for encouraging studios as it was actually produced by a big studio. Then all the other studios scrambled to copy it and so we got Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, another Resident Evil movie, Doom, Land of the Dead, The Roost, Black Sheep (arguably), 28 Weeks Later, I am Legend, and more in the next 5 years.

        Though if we’re being fair to the “crappy direct-to-DVD horror” genre, zombies never waned in popularity, but they don’t deserve recognition or our respect.

      • hell8oy

        Man of steel is best superman movie u can make considering hes not a great character and has shit backstory, dont know wat the hell your expecting. ? Its the best a superman movie can be so get over it

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Do you honestly believe that Man of Steel is the best Superman movie that can be made? That’s absurd. There are far better writers AND directors out there. Man of Steel was awful because it had Goyer writing dialogue and constructing a piss poor narrative with Snyder, who shouldn’t be directing entire features but rather just CGI sequences, who can’t direct actors to get solid performances or measure for tone. Many, many directors and writers could make a better Superman movie.

      • kyugen

        Track record isn’t everything its just a sign of what someone has done. Ben Affleck as Batman. He himself said he didn’t traditionally envision himself as Batman but after the director showed him the concept, he was on board. I’m not to well versed on all of Affleck’s acting but we do know he did a great job as a direct for Argo. So give him a chance before criticism. This movie is so important to so many people I doubt that they would allow a colossal fail like Dragonball Evolution. It was so bad that people do their best trying to forget it so it doesn’t stain their mind about Dragonball anime series. Honestly when I first heard Heath Ledger was going to be Joker I was basing my negative assumptions on his previous acting from 10 things I hate about you. I couldn’t imagine him as Joker. And what did he do, he trained and became the role. Who is to say Ben Affleck won’t do the same.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        The Ben Affleck argument doesn’t really work as the only time he’s given outstanding performances are when he was directing himself. Outside of that he tends to revert to 90s Affleck.

        Also, studios don’t “let” colossal fails happen, they usually happen despite the best efforts of the studio or, even worse like with Spidey 3, entirely because of studio interference.

        The Heath Ledger argument is also invalid: Ledger had proved himself an actor of high caliber entirely capable of dramatic roles. Was he a choice from seemingly out of nowhere for the role? Sure, but he had the credentials to at least be promising. Whereas Affleck’s only good performances come when he directs himself. That’s what the evidence points to. The only possible proof that he’s changed before then will be Fincher’s upcoming flick. So if he proves he’s grown as an actor to the point that he can deliver a good performance when he’s not directing himself, I’ll gladly shut up and wait to see him as Batman.

        That said, for Snyder, no, track record isn’t everything, but we’ve also just witnessed what he thinks a DC movie should look like, and it was very disappointing. His only good effort in that field is Watchmen, but even that lacked any real individual style as the man copied the comic book frame for frame. We’ve seen Snyder comic book movies and they’re typically vapid, brainless, and without any sense of subtlety or tone.

      • TedSallis

        This. The knives are out because most fans did not want to see Superman be a murderer. Once that happened I pretty much signed out on it, not something I want to see or would enjoy watching more of. Justify it all you want, they lost me and a lot of long time fans right there.

      • TedSallis

        This. The knives are out because most fans did not want to see Superman be a murderer. Once that happened I pretty much signed out on it, not something I want to see or would enjoy watching more of. Justify it all you want, they lost me and a lot of long time fans right there.

      • Cody McGowan

        I’d love to see a Superman/Batman team-up movie. We’ll just have to wait until Snyder and Goyer are done with whatever they’re doing.

      • World’s Finest Comments

        Don’t forget Chris Terrio too, if anything he’s written more of it than Goyer at this point.

      • Cody McGowan

        Dat Snyder tho..

      • DoigtDuPeuple

        based on what I’ve seen from Sucker Punch.. that may be a good thing.. oO

      • blahblahblah

        I was gonna upvote you until you mentioned BvS. There is plenty of good reasons why people have a legitimate concern over that movie. Please don’t compare the two movies.

  • gar216

    I really like Cap’s new suit.

    • theseeker7

      well I guess that really does point out how little of the comics I’ve ever actually seen (despite being a big fan generally of CB movies). because frankly, if you’d said that was the same exact Cap suit as before, I don’t think I would’ve even questioned you at all lol

      • Cody McGowan

        This one’s “Cap by Calvin Klein”. In the first Avengers it was like “Cap by Trojan Condoms”.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        I can’t remember, was it ribbed for added pleasure…and justice?

      • LEM

        Ribbed for self pleasure going by his track record.

      • milo

        Same here, I rarely ever notice when superheros get costume changes between sequels. The only difference I have noticed with Cap is when he had the all blue version, and different helmets.

  • Norrtron

    I like that the costumes are labeled, it would be pretty easy to mix up Cap and Iron Mans suits otherwise.

  • DoremusJessup

    Looks like a lot of dark, neutral colors. Signaling that different tone that Whedon mentioned.

  • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

    Quicksilver looks appropriately douchebaggy in that image.

    • rockway

      pretty gay pose

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        I was talking about the surfer bleached hair and goatee, but sure…get all homophobic up in here.

    • World’s Finest Comments

      Hopefully people have learned not to judge a Quicksilver by their costume. =)

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Let’s be fair, it wasn’t just the costume – it was a really bad commercial too. Edit: Also, Quicksilver’s supposed to be kind of a douche, so that first statement was praise.

    • AverageGamers

      Fits the character, right? :D

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Exactly, that’s who he is – either a spoiled brat with entitlement issues (post-Magneto as father reveal) or just an absolute douche (sans Magneto).

      • milo

        And we’re definitely not going to get the reveal that Magneto’s his dad in this movie. Probably not in the Xmen films either considering Magneto seems probably too young to be his dad in DOFP.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        They actually made a specific nod in DOFP that Quicksilver might be Magneto’s son. They had him say “My mother knew a guy like that” when they described Magneto as a guy who could control metal. So it’s still possible in the X-Men series.

      • Nerdgasm

        Not to mention when they showed the final sequence on TV with Magneto and the stadium… when the mom walked in she did a double take at the TV clearly nodding to the fact that Magneto is INDEED Quicksilver Dad.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        Don’t remember that, I’ll need watch it again. (Like I wouldn’t have anyways? Pffft)

      • Mithrandir Greyholm

        Magneto was a twelve year old in the early 1940s and 30 years to that. He’s plenty old to have fathered Quicksilver, The Scarlet Witch, and Polaris for that matter.

      • Rachael

        Fassbender has actually said that Quicksilver is his (Magneto’s) son on the red carpet and in his interviews for DOFP. He’s not old enough in real life, but I think they will probably make that relationship explicit in Apocalypse.

      • milo

        Lots of good points from you guys. I think what threw me off was how old the actors look, DOFP is set what, ten years after first class? But for the most part they all look super young. Apocalypse is another ten years in the future, so Fassbinder is going to be playing over 50 years old and the rest a bit younger than that. It’s cool they’re covering the decades like that but the timeline and ages are going to feel more and more off.

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  • Drake

    I really hope Don Cheadle is in the movie longer than 5 minutes (a la Gwyneth Paltrow in the first Avengers).

    • Bob and Rob Piccob

      As long as its only Don and not Gwyneth. I’m not on the bandwagon that Paltrow is a horriblely unpleasant person but she is easily the weak link of ironman with some of the poorest dialogue delivery.

      Cheadle on the other hand is always welcome in everything he does.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        I don’t know, I think that scene in Iron Man 2 between Tony and Pepper, the one where he brings strawberries, is one of the best character exchanges in the Iron Man series.

      • Kyle Chandler

        I actually liked Pepper in the first avengers. Granted, she was only there for a minute but the scene worked well and I love how she is actually friends with coulson, which catches tony off guard.

      • Chris

        No offence to Don Cheadle, but he hardly brings anything interesting to the character. I like the Pepper/Tony chemistry, their scenes together are always funny and sweet, besides Goopy is a great actress. I hope Pepper has at least a cameo in A2. If the Avenger all live at the Stark Tower it would be very strange if she doesn’t show up.

      • Bob

        you are wrong. hate Paltrow all you want but it doesn’t change the fact that performance wise she always delivers including in the Marvel films in which she appears.

      • Walter

        I hope Gwyneth Paltrow has some scenes in Ultron. She was badass in IM3 and she looked very cool in the suit. Agree with Alex Walker, that strawberry scene in IM2 and the scene in IM where she exchanges Tony’s arc reactor were brilliant character scenes. RDJ and her have amazing chemistry!

  • Bob

    Looks awesome. I was really hoping that Anthony Mackie would make an appearance on the same level as Cheadle at least. I mean he is Caps new partner and he said he would follow him wherever he goes and then all of sudden when this giant threat comes he’s just gonna leave Cap and what, come back for Cap 3? Really?

    • theseeker7

      well hey, I’m sure Whedon isn’t exactly going to openly tell us about EVERY little detail of the movie long before it opens… ;)
      You never know, he may still pop up.

    • milo

      Same here, loved his character in Cap 2 and since the two of them were heading off in the last solo film (other than GOTG of course) before Avengers it seems like that would make sense.

    • Kyle Chandler

      Mackie was fantastic, but i could certainly understand if he doesn’t fit into this movie (Joss doesn’t usually force things plot-wise, so I don’t think he would shoe-horn him in if there wasn’t something awesome for him to do).

      I have a creeping suspicion that Avengers 3 is going to be absolutely batshit insane with pretty much all the heroes we’ve seen so far (guardians included). Mackie might just have to wait a few years :)

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        After all, Rhodey had to wait until Avengers 2, so it looks like there’s a 1-movie waiting period for sidekicks.

  • Mike

    Quicksilver looks out of breath and his wig is terrible. No way he can beat X-Men:DOFP Quicksilver. Everyone else looks fine, and love the Ultron design from the other pictures.

    • World’s Finest Comments

      Up until 2 months ago, the DOFP Quicksilver was being bastardized left and right, haven’t we learned not to judge a Quicksilver by their costume or are you going to make the same mistake twice?

      • KT

        Not judging this Quicksilver by his costume – but anyone, in any costume, is going to have a LONG way to go to make a more sensational impression than Evan Peters did as DOFP’s Quicksilver. The guy practically stole the entire movie, which is pretty hard when you’re talking about a good movie! I’m sure Aaron Taylor Johnson was cast for a good reason, but I have to admit: After Godzilla, I have trouble imagining what that is.

      • eternalozzie

        I knew from day one when they announced Evan as Quicksilver he was going to be great. Evan Peters has a crazy goofy personality and it really shined through in Quicksilver. I am betting the Avengers’s Quicksilver is a very serious guy … they hired the right stiff monotone actor. RDJ and James Spader will be bringing the acting talent to this movie balancing everyone else’s mediocrity.

    • Fabdex

      I don’t think it’s a wig.

    • Dan

      I agree with Fabdex, I don`t think it is a wig.

    • Mithrandir Greyholm

      I think it’s a bad bleaching as you can see the dark roots growing in.

  • Mezmero

    This looks like it is taking a dark turn after the party is over. But I know it’s worth seeing how the conflict within will start.

  • GrimReaper07

    The party is probably the scene I’m most excited for.

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  • Person

    So looks like War Machine is in it after all. And what happened to Thor’s sleeves?

    • World’s Finest Comments

      What happened to his helmet?! -_-

      • milo

        Sleeves, probably the same as when he is sleeveless in the earlier movies. Why is his helmet a big deal, is there some rule I missed that says he is required to wear it all the time including standing around indoors?

      • Person

        He was sleeveless earlier? Didn’t remember that. And frankly, I don’t miss the helmet, it always looked silly anyway.

      • Dan

        Yes, in The Avengers while on the hellcarrier and in Thor: The Dark World while he was with Loki on the way to Malekith´s home world.

      • Dan

        Sorry I meant helicarrier.

      • Person

        Ah you’re right, thanks.

      • Kyle Chandler

        He worked hard for those guns, let him stay sleeveless!

        I’m sure he’ll sleeve-up when the action starts.

      • Gary

        Um…duh.

        According to the U.S. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, specifically 211.56B of the Superhero Code, “all superheroes actively practicing in the saving of lives and smashing up evil doers are required to wear safety equipment where applicable or suffer penalties resulting in fines maxing at $1000 and/or jail sentences of up to 2 years.”

        Thor, being a non-human, believes to have found a loop hole. Well, screw that. Iron Man wears a helmet. Captain America wears a helmet. It’s guys like Thor that make other heroes like Black Widow and Hawkeye shrug at the law. Arrogant a-holes.

        You are at the end of the lesson. Ignorance addressed.

  • Romsy

    After all the online bashing of DOFP Quicksilver, he looked a lot better than the A2 version.

  • World’s Finest Comments

    I see Thor still isn’t wearing his @#$%ing helmet. At least he looks like he really enjoyed his last surfer session though.

    • Kyle Chandler

      Dredd needs to show him how it’s done.

    • brNdon

      Im not sure why. The design was awesome when we saw it for two seconds in the first Thor film. And yea, he seems to look more and more homeless throughout the movies.

    • milo

      It’s funny, when you google Thor and Helmet, almost all the images are collectibles, toys, and fan costumes. I can’t even picture when he wore it in the first film. It would be cool to see him wear it here and there but it’s hard to imagine how they’d handle him taking it off and stashing it somewhere.

  • Kyle Chandler

    My biggest concern about this film is if Aaron taylor johnson can pull off his part. Quicksilver from DOFP set the bar pretty damn high (who saw that coming?), and ATJ’s acting in Godzilla was one of the most uninspired performances of the year (did he load up on ‘ludes and ambien before stepping on set?).

    • Dan

      Let us hope he can top or at least match DOFPs Quicksilver. I have not really seen any movies featuring Aaron aside from Godzilla, but I heard he was good in Nowhere Boy, so I hope that is a good sign.

  • milo

    I guess I assumed Fury might not be in this. I don’t think I have heard him mentioned before but there’s his costume along with the others. An appearance from Maria Hill as well? And what about Coulson now that he turned out to be alive?

    • Kyle Chandler

      The avengers don’t even know that Coulson is alive yet. Still curious how they’re going to approach that.

      • milo

        Yeah, his death was a big moment in the movie. So far there has been no mention in any of the movies about him being alive, just on the show. It will be tricky to bring him back, or we may just never see him in the movies again.

      • NYCS

        From what’s been previously reported, they won’t know about Coulson until A3.

  • Kyle Chandler

    Any guesses on how they’re explaining Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch since they can’t use the word “Mutants”?

    • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

      They’re using the word “Miracles”

      • Kyle Chandler

        That’s totes adorbs!

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        I believe in miracles, where ya from, ya Quicksy thing?

  • Dmula

    Thors drowning in his costume

  • Jamesy

    I’m not a fan of how Quicksilver looks, the hair and costume just look too “campy” but maybe that’s the point, the way Whedon is approaching him. Saying that I wasn’t overly impressed with the Quicksilver photos we seen from DOFP but for me he was one of the best parts of the movie. But what the hell is up with Scarlet Witch’s hands?! Her fingers look hella weird on the left side.

    • Dan

      I thought it looked campy too but on another look I think the costume fits pretty well since his ability is super speed. I`m guessing it is designed specifically for him by Baron Wolfgang (or Tony?) so it does not wear out and to increase his stamina and stuff while running (since compressed clothes has been known to help in that). Kinda like Dash in The Incredibles.

  • suave

    Looks great i just wish Hawkeye had his cowl

    • Kyle Chandler

      Secret identities really aren’t a part of the MCU in any significant way, so a cowl doesn’t make a lot of practical sense…

      But it could look cool! :)

      • Gary

        A cowl is just a hood and it would practically protect his hair from rain. Hello?

  • Kyle Chandler

    I’d watch a whole movie of “Stark / Banner: Science Bros”

    Or Stark v Banner: Science Bros if you’re Snyder.

  • Let The Wookie Win

    I love Mjornir just sitting on the table with a bunch of beers

    • Kyle Chandler

      Mew Mew!

    • Dan

      I did not notice that lol. That scene is going to be so cool and hilarious. I can picture Thor trying to figure out how to human. :P

  • Grendal Sven

    The Cap and Thor costumes look awful (in these pics) that doesn’t mean they won’t translate well to the big screen though.

  • agent777

    Is this an Ocean’s 11 movie or a superhero movie? Where are the damn costumes?

    • milo

      You mean other than the first, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth pictures?

      And haven’t all the movies had scenes where they aren’t in costume, other than Thor who seems to always dress like that?

      • agent777

        It doesn’t count as a superhero costume if you always see there face. Uniform yes. Costume no.

        Neither Hawkeye, Quicksilver or Scarlet Witch are in costumes.

      • milo

        Why would they hide their faces? In the MCU none of them really have secret identities. I suppose Black Widow is technically a spy but it seems like her identity/appearance would have been made fairly public in the battle of the first Avengers.

        Hulk and Thor have never had their faces covered, does that mean they’re not superheros? Looking online, looks like in the comics Qulcksilver and Scarlet Witch didn’t wear masks either. And in the Xmen movies, no masks at all, are none of those superhero movies? Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman?

        That’s a weird distinction between costume and uniform. As well as defining “superhero movie” based on what they’re wearing as opposed to characters being heroes with “super” powers or abilities.

  • Ozweego

    After seeing ATJ give a lifeless performance in Godzilla, I really hope he don’t f* up this movie or his character.

  • Fabdex

    I want a lifesize, living, Scarlet Witch. I’ll call her Elizabeth.

  • appolox

    Wow i am in love with these costume designs!

  • vitextreeradar

    i really hope don cheadle is officially joining the team

    • Faptain America

      He’s going to dieeee.

  • Strong Enough

    Damn Joss growing some grey eh

  • Strong Enough

    So LR spolier of Cap picking up thor’s hammer at a party is true eh?

    • Faptain America

      Yes he picks it up and then, verrrrrry gently, puts it on a glass table.

      • Strong Enough

        don’t you have som fappin to do?

      • Faptain America

        I’ve got someone picking up MY hammer right now, as a matter of fact.

      • Strong Enough

        don’t forget to thank your sister for the help

      • Faptain America

        Thanks Wanda Maximoff.

      • Strong Enough

        Incest is always funny

  • apeknows

    These movies need more sexy women. It’s all guys and biceps… and Scarlett. Can’t we have some more girls?

  • Mithrandir Greyholm

    I liked the Quicksilver from X-Men: Days of Future Past better.

  • Harpo Hemsworth

    Thor’s hammer on table…Holy 5hit that’s funny (don’t know why though).

  • Faptain America

    How is a hanger holding up Iron Man’s suit?

  • eternalozzie

    quicks and the witch look terrible … I hope the story line is strong

  • OscarDiggs

    my God, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver look stupid. Especially after Bran Singer just showed how it can look cool…

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  • DoigtDuPeuple

    Why are we even comparing Whedon’s work with Snider?? Because of the Captain America costume? Geez.. I think they just realized that the costume in First Avenger was just better than the cheezy look of the Avengers costume. It look like someone took the fanny pack concept and designed a Capt America costume with it. So they just went back to the better of the two designs (as they also did in Winter Soldier, dumped the all dark blue, for the original costume in mid-movie, didn’t even looked at the Avengers costume..)

    But if people are talking about these guys.. Let’s take a look… this is going to be another LOOOOONG post from me!! LOL!

    If we only take in the money stats they generated as Movie Directors (only) Whedon directed 3 movies and generated a whooping $1,561.8 million worldwide; Snyder directed 6 movies and grossed $1,641.6 million. That’s a billion each of Box Office take. But Whedon has proven himself by going upwards in numbers yet only Avengers went over the 100M$ mark, now Snyder has been a consistent 100M$ or more take (except for Sucker Punch) for each movie he’s done.

    So while we could argue that Whedon is a better Director since he has an average of 520.6M$ per movie, we could also say that without Avengers, he’s got nothing more than a 21.6M$ per movie… Not great numbers by today’s “Hit” “A-List” director standards.

    Then we look at Snyder who’s got an average of 273.6M$ per movie, but could also say that he’s done visual movies without any substance and bring in Sucker Punch which was so horrible that I need to pay for a shrink for 2 years just to understand why I didn’t stop it after the first 30 minutes of film and you have all you need to drag the guy down..

    Whedon is a writer, a good one. He was able to do cheesy tv series last long enough to get a fan base that saw the “cheesyness” yet enjoyed the series with Buffy, Angel and Firefly, yet is enough of a geek to write an Avengers movie that while was not a classic re-telling of how the original team started, was able to keep those original ideas of the concepts behind the characters to make the movie an incredible success where most people enjoyed it enough to see more than once, and buy millions of dvd’s when it came out.

    Snyder.. Well.. He’s more of a visuals guy. Story wise, 300 was already written for him, all he had to do was shoot it frame by frame as the comic and the same could be said for Watchmen (while he didn’t write it). Then you have Sucker Punch.. ouch.. Talk about that stain on your resume. He wrote it and directed it. Other than visuals, that movie is one of the worst thing that came out that year. So now that he’s had something to do with Batman v Superman I’m worried. It might be great as he can grab from lots of references from the DC comics he could also completely destroy it as he’s proven with Sucker Punch. Visually it should be stunning, effects wise, I hope they stop showing us a flying Superman very far away or way to damn close. Both visual did not convince me that the character could fly. All I saw was a CGI cartoon flying or a damn close-up of Cavill.

    Whedon can integrate things that make the characters, Iron Man’s wit, Thor cockiness, Hulk’s frame of mind, Capt’s seriousness those were all good. Visually, he’s ok. Effects wise, he grabbed the perfect team and visual designers to make you believe the Hulk jumped those ships, that Iron Man was flying around, Capt’s incredible prowess. In my view he’s a better all around Director. He’l get the right people for the right jobs. Give him a big budget and he’ll make the best out of it.

    Snyder will just darken the whole look, throw flares (even more than Abrams) but then mess it all up with his incredible writing skills to make the whole thing make no damn sense.

    Just look at Man of Steel, I’m not talking about how he kills Zod, no that part was even in the comics, just done very differently, very aggressively on Snider’s part but..

    I’m talking about Jonathan Kent being an a$$, telling Clark that he should let kids die (seriously not the Pa Kent we all grew up to like); I’m talking about how Zod and the gang seem to be super strong in their ship, yet Superman goes weak in a heartbeat because of the atmosphere, yet their space suit that replicates their atmosphere still lets them have super powers; They seem to be able to fly yet not so much 30 seconds after wards, none of them are affected by their sense going nuts like Zod does when his helmet is broken, yet have all the abilities in the world; Superman telling Lois to back off when he wants to take flight as if she could get hurt from his take-off, but in 3 other scenes (I think it’s two but I can’t remember right now) he has no issues at all taking flight right besides her; Jenna Olsen.. Really? .. What the hell was she doing in there.. Did NOTHING for the movie. Clark letting his dad go after a damn dog with a tornado 300 feet away.. Knowing he could go in and back faster (not super fast but faster) and more securely than Pa Kent… Lois can find out the true identity of Clark by going backwards to odd jobs he took, but the Military can’t and hell even employed the guy on a top secret base in the Antarctic! Zod’s last stand where he tells Superman he’s very slowly going to kill a family by very slowly burning the walls first… Instead of just turning his damn eyes towards the family who he’s facing!.. The ship’s ability to give Clark a costume.. in the totally wrong colors of his people who wore black and grey; the ship.. It’s been there for thousands of years with all these eggs ready to go .. but no one ever thought about bringing in a damn gene-pool map to have make them hatch?.. And so on.

    It was just not Superman for me. It seemed like Snyder either had absolutely no control over the movie’s pace and story or he just never read a Superman comic before to tell people “Hey.. this is not Superman… we can darken him up, but we can’t take away what made him great!”

    Whedon has that ability to make things that aren’t from the comics, work on-screen. He’s talented enough to bring it to the audience and capture the essence of what the team should be like on film. Different from the comics, but yet similar to their beliefs and values as comic book characters that were drawn out for so many years.

    My view on the issue is that I am glad Whedon is at the helm of Avengers 2 for everything I mentioned above. He’ll deliver a great entertaining movie based on our favorite childhood heroes without destroying the very core they were built on.

    And I’m weary about seeing Snyder back at the helm of Batman v Superman for again the same things I mentioned above plsu the fact that he’s actually writing this one so he needs to prove himself on that end.

    One thing is certain, if the SvB movie bombs, people will point at Affleck for his portrayal of Batman and not at Snyder who actually directed him that way, who wrote the movie and designed it.. I hope it does well so people can lay off of Affleck. He’s not the best actor in the world, he knows it, but he can give very solid performances and he proved it with his latest movies like Argo, The Town, The Company Men, State of Play and Hollywoodland..

    Lights out! (told ya it would be a loooong a$$ post!)

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  • Tayy

    My god, they can never get Black Widow’s hair right. Scarlett Jonahasson is one of the most beautiful actress out there, and yet they give her a $2 gas station wig each time time.

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