Mark Ruffalo has revealed that he has already done much his Incredible Hulk motion-capture work for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" despite the film having yet to officially begin shooting.
Ruffalo tells Vulture: "I actually already shot a lot of that stuff, we did it on motion capture, so we did a lot of that on a stage. They're doing all the [background] plates for that now in South Africa, and then I start work in mid-April."
Asked if Banner gets a love interest this time, Ruffalo said "That may or may not be true." Also today comes another piece of concept art from ABC's behind-the-scenes documentary "Marvel Studios: Assembling A Universe," this one showcasing The Hulk taking on Tony Stark's 'Hulk-Buster' version of his Iron Man suit.
Meanwhile, more details have emerged regarding the South Korean shoot for "Avengers: Age of Ultron".
Filming will take place in the country between March 30th and April 14th at both Mapo Bridge and along several densely populated streets in the Gangnam area near a subway station.
There will also be "major battle and chase scenes" shot in Seoul that is expected to compromise 15-20 minutes of the finished movie. Iron Man and Ultron
A Korean IT institute located on a Han River islet will serve as a key location where Ultron tries to acquire state-of-the-art technology. Soo-hyun Kim's scientist character works at that institute.
Source: The Wall Street Journal