A new report suggests the cast of the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron" are set to get some major costume changes.
A scooper for JoBlo has revealed an apparent number of plot details for the upcoming superhero sequel which apparently hews closer to the comics than its predecessor.
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Ultron will appear in three different states due to his need to constantly upgrade. There's an original rudimentary state coated in Vibranium, and the character's main aim is to seek out more of the raw material to continue his 'upgrades'. Actor James Spader is reportedly doing mo-cap for at least one iteration of the character, so Ultron will be "much more than just a helmet at some point."
With "S.H.I.E.L.D." effectively dissolved, Stark Tower has been renamed 'Avengers Tower'. Stark is now bankrolling the team along with new tech, new costumes, and a new Quinjet. He's also created an army of Iron Man 'drones' to help keep the peace.
Each member of the Avengers will sport an Avengers logo on their costumes, Black Widow will have two taser batons, Hawkeye will sport a long sleeve jacket, Hulk will don "stretchy pants" that can adjust to Bruce's size changes.
One battle near the opening of the film takes place in a forested area and will be where we see our first "hero shot" of the team together. This could be a part of the confrontation with Baron Von Strucker and the first encounter with Quicksilver and The Scarlet Witch.
Finally, Paul Bettany's Vision character won't appear until the third act, while Don Cheadle's War Machine is expected to cameo.