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Postby ArchuLinShved14 » Wed Oct 29, 2014 1:56 pm

Get a Special Look at Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron"

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Go Behind the Scenes of Avengers: Age of Ultron in a New Video

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New Avengers Trailer Arrives - Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer 2

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Official poster of Avengers: Age of Ultron! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Official Iron Man poster for Avengers: Age of Ultron 8-)

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Re: Avengers (Movie and Animated TV Series Franchise General

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Chris Hemsworth Brings a Thunderstorm to the Age of Ultron

Thor just can’t get enough of Earth.

The Asgardian super hero returns once more for Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” May 1, and it sounds like this time Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will need him more than ever.

Chris Hemsworth, who has played the Mighty Avengers since Marvel’s “Thor” in 2011, wields the hammer for a fourth time in the film. According to the actor, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” continues to raise the stakes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe without going too big to lose sight of its grounded conflicts, all courtesy of writer/director Joss Whedon.

“Coming off of ‘Thor: The Dark World’ and ‘Marvel’s The Avengers,’ I couldn't wait to read this,” recalls Hemsworth. “I just loved how it upped it in a way that wasn't just bigger and flashier. Everything had been amplified, but in an intelligent way. All the stories are relevant to what's going on in the world, as far as the exponential growth of technology and artificial intelligence, and then [you add] the questions of good versus bad and the AI world.

“He's [also] managed to bring all of the Avengers back in and give them a relevant reason to be there, [with a] justified conflict. I mean, it's a tricky balance. I'm glad I'm not the one writing the thing and having to pull that off.”


Thor’s relationship with his brother Loki, the villain of “Marvel’s The Avengers,” proved one of the driving forces of that film. Now, Thor continues to bring a different perspective to the central conflict.

“We pick up with Thor having stayed on Earth from ‘Thor: The Dark World,’ establishes Hemsworth. “He's part of the team. This is his home for the moment. The initial attack from Ultron is personal because it's at all the Avengers, and Thor then begins to see a bigger sort of picture here about what this threat could be potentially. And it begins to tie in to all of our films. It’s hard to say too much without talking about what I can’t talk about.

“It would be easy to fall into [a model of], ‘They're all just there because we're all contracted and [we] look cool if we’re standing in the same room.’ I kept saying to Joss, ‘Okay, what do I bring to the table, besides Thor being one of his foot soldiers and the muscle and the fight scenes? What is his knowledge he can bring to it? What information can I bring?’ So [Thor] calls upon some of his guardian knowledge and is able to go into another realm to pull out some information that's hugely useful [and] certainly benefits where they are at that point.”


Given that the Avengers face a larger threat than ever before, either as a team or individuals, that knowledge Thor can access may give them the ability to stop the menace of Ultron before it gets too large to handle.

“I think he openly admits he doesn’t think we can win this one,” admits Hemsworth. “The threat is so great that all of them are scratching their heads wondering if this it. It's just an onslaught, and it doesn't stop. It's a floodgate, and it could also set in motion is an even bigger threat. I think that's what Thor’s stuck on, or where his attention certainly is. An even bigger picture of Thor being from Asgard where he can just say, ‘Hang on, there's a whole universe here which is signaling something else.’”


Thor’s time on Earth has also given him a new layer, one that Hemsworth happily embraced.

“He’s loosened up a bit,” Hemsworth says of his character. “This time there's more humor in Thor, because he's been on Earth, [and he’s] a little more accessible now. He's off Asgard now, so he doesn't have to be as regal and kingly as he is in that world, which is nice. I enjoy that more. Here you can have a gag with the guys and he can throw away lines and be in a party scene with them in civilian clothes.

“I walked on set [for] a party scene, and I was in a nice coat and jeans, and the guys just kept joking, ‘When did Thor go shopping? Did he buy this online or did Jane do it, or did he actually go shopping?’ The question’s raised because he's not dressed in his own guardian attire. He's more human in the film, definitely.”


In the time since the Avengers’ first adventure, the team has bonded considerably since their conflict-ridden early days—but that doesn’t mean some of our heroes won’t still butt heads.

“We're not as conflicted [as a team] as we were before,” promises Hemsworth. “[But Thor] has a pretty solid battle with Iron Man in this one, which is cool. It's a lengthy fight scene of destruction.”

Another source of friction comes from some of the new characters introduced in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. Adding the super powered twins helped to keep them from falling into too much of a familiar rhythm, in Hemsworth’s eyes.

“It shakes things up,” he elaborates. “In the individual films, you get comfortable. You get into a rhythm or a routine, and you think you know it until there's a challenge and you think, ‘Oh, yeah, that's right, there is another option here.’ We keep changing it and mixing it up. This new cast breaks the familiar rhythm that we may have and makes it a bit more unpredictable. We're lucky, to actually want to come back and work with these guys and hang out again and pick up where we left off is a pretty special thing.”


In one sequence, the Scarlet Witch unlocks a number of the Avengers’ worst fears, plunging them into a nightmare world—something that will help open Thor’s eyes to the larger threat.

“I think [the Avengers] will begin to have their fears held up in front of them,” promises Hemsworth. “For Thor, I think it's a corruption of power. Trying to have the understanding that we're in this endless battle here and wondering when this is going to end, and how does it end. That's where he really starts to kind of move through the story. Once that dream occurs, he can see what's coming. It’s a ticking clock.”


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Re: Avengers (Movie and Animated TV Series Franchise General

Postby ArchuLinShved14 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:48 am

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Jeremy Renner Divulges Details on S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Age of Ultron

The Avengers' resident sharp-shooting bowman is back in Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron"! Marvel.com recently spoke with Jeremy Renner about Hawkeye and what audiences can expect from the character in the new film. Read below for the latest on Hawkeye and see him in action when it hits theaters May 1!

In "Marvel's The Avengers," audiences saw a mind-controlled Hawkeye before he fought alongside the other Avengers. "It’s really exciting for me and [director] Joss [Whedon] to dive into the character a little bit more," Renner describes about exploring Hawkeye in the sequel. "There are some wonderful secrets and some relationships deepen."

The first film only briefly explored Hawkeye's mysterious relationship with Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), but that will be explored more in the new film. Renner says, "They have a long, long history together and there’s more of that revealed."

With the introduction of Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Hawkeye also develops new relationships. "My character has a lot to do with them," Renner continues. "The movie is a little blurry on where they stand, as far as good or bad, which I appreciate. [laughs] I think I’m policing them to see if they’re worthy or not of being good guys. I question them a lot. [laughs]

"He’s always very skeptical of new people," Renner goes on to say. "It’s his military thinking of, 'I have to trust that you have my back.' You have to work as a unit, as a team, otherwise we all die. That’s where the skepticism comes in. It’s not to just to be grumpy or to dislike somebody. It’s all there for a reason, and that plays a lot in this movie."

As a fan, Renner took great interest in Wanda and her abilities. "You’ll find that her abilities are just being tapped into in this movie. She’s still learning what they are, which is really cool," Renner explains. "That’s where I feel geeky. That’s what I’m excited to see happen in the future because that can be quite fun."

Renner went on to explain Hawkeye's relationship with S.H.I.E.L.D. "He’s kind of a loner. He’s a team player only when he has to be. He’s not really a company man. I don’t think S.H.I.E.L.D. was ever really that important to him." Renner clarifies, "Fury’s awesome. He likes Fury and will do anything for him, but he doesn’t punch in and punch out."

When audiences saw the destruction of S.H.I.E.L.D. in Marvel's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," they questioned Hawkeye's whereabouts. "You’ll know in this movie where he’s been [laughs]," Renner teases. "It’s a really wonderful reveal. It’s pretty awesome."

"Avengers: Age of Ultron" puts the Avengers in some of the most dangerous locations where they face some of their most dangerous threats. This means an upgrade in Hawkeye's equipment. Renner elaborates, "Hawkeye really has a lot of utility. He'll use an arrowhead that does this or does that, but it’s still just the tip of an arrow. It can only do so much."

This also means seeing Hawkeye use his abilities in different ways. "For instance, if Hawkeye's normally a distance guy, we see what happens when it's close quarters," details Renner. "You have to be clever with things. Clever fighting is what I wanted to explore a little bit more."

Hawkeye is one of the few Avengers without super human abilities, something Renner took joy in. Renner discloses, "That’s the fun part. You have to be a smart fighter when you don’t have the super powers, and that’s what makes him super in a way. [laughs] He has to use his mind as much as his ability to never miss."

Between future Marvel Studios films or television series, Renner wants to continue exploring the character. "There are always opportunities in the Marvel Universe to jump into a lot of different scenarios. I do not know the future, but I’m happy to be doing it now." Renner specifies, "There has to be a good rhyme or reason for it. I like the character enough and anything to explore him more is something I’m always open to."

Lastly, with all the powerful and interesting characters he appears alongside, Renner contemplated who his favorite teammate was. "They all have their own cool things about them. There’s no other role I’d rather play then the one I’m doing." Renner goes on, "I'm a real human being, and I know how to do real human stuff. [laughs] I don’t know how the other guys do that super human thing.[laughs]

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