‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’: More Revealed

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Millions of fans are eagerly anticipating the next Avengers movie from Marvel. When the title was announced, Avengers: Age of Ultron, comic book fans at least got some idea of what the movie would be about and which beloved heroes they could expect to see. But there wasn’t a whole lot more to go on, and it’s exceedingly hard to discern what angle the film studios will go with characters, especially with one like Ultron. Fortunately, there’s a little more to go on after Marvel showed off some new concept work during the “Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe” program.


Source: Marvel.com

The program included more than enough concept art to give fans something to get even more impatient over. Fans of the genius, size-shifting Ant-Man already knew he was likely coming to the silver screen, but now they can get an idea of just what he’s going to look like the film. Though he won’t be the science genius Hank Pym, he will be his tech genius successor, Scott Lang — according to IMDB – and he will look intense. Check him out on the right.

Of course, Ant-Man will be having his own film, titled Ant-Man, which is planned to come out in the summer of 2015, assuming it doesn’t get mired in pre-production hell. Since Ant-Man is the inadvertent creator of Avengers: Age of Ultron’s assumed lead villain, Ultron, it’s more than likely that we’ll be seeing even more of the one-size-fits-all hero in Summer 2015.

Ant-Man probably won’t be the only character to make his debut next year. Included in the concept art of the Avengers sequel were two more Marvel heroes: Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, seen below.

Source: Marvel.com

Source: Marvel.com

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