- Coming Soon July 16
The sequel to the mega-grossing superhero flick The Avengers is one of the most anticipated movies on the horizon — but those who are unfamiliar with comic-book lore have been left scratching their heads at the film's subtitle, Age of Ultron.
Last year, Marvel announced that James Spader would play the robotic villain using a mix of voice work and motion capture, but we've been left to imagine what the cinematic version of the character would look like —until now:
That's Ultron on the cover of the latest Entertainment Weekly, sandwiched between Iron Man and Captain America. The single image isn't a lot to go on, but the issue promises more insight into "the crazy plot" and "Iron Man's master plan" when it arrives on newsstands later this week.- -
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