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While Vision and Scarlet Witch both joined the Avengers at about the same time, Vision is still the “newer” of the two, as he was only born a few minutes before joining the team.
Being a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty amazing thing for an actor, but some of them have to go through a process that is quite torturous. Paul Bettany and Chadwick Boseman certainly qualify in this area.
There are many great relationships and dynamics that get a very special spotlight in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War, but certainly one of the most exciting bonds is between Paul Bettany’s Vision and Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch.
Official Secrets is still in the very early stages of development but, we do have updated information regarding the film’s star-studded cast list.
Just like most of the other Avengers, Vision will appear next year in Captain America: Civil War, and apparently his role in the movie will have him taking action familiar to comic book readers.
The MCU concluded Phase Two this year with two movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. During those adventures, some great new characters were introduced. Take a look at who we picked as this year’s best newbies.
Being an android, Vision's thought processes are obviously much different than anyone around him – and while that means he will comprehend certain things much better than his Avengers teammates, there are other things that he will struggle to work his mind around.
One of the most important new additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is The Vision. We know he'll show up on Captain America: Civil War, and a new rumor may shed some light on what he'll get up to after that.
Vision was arguably the breakout character in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but beyond the positive reception from fans and critics, playing the character was important to Paul Bettany because it helped save his career.
Upgrading his J.A.R.V.I.S. duties to The Vision was a unique experience for Paul Bettany. The actor says playing the character was a special challenge because he was “born yesterday.”
Jason Statham recently made comments degrading Marvel Studios, the big name behind the Avengers films. But, the superhero movie giant has its share of defenders. Enter Paul Bettany to throw a defensive punch.
With Age of Ultron came a new role for Paul Bettany, who transcended his computerized self and became the Vision. A new behind-the-scenes featurette from the Avengers 2 home release shed light on the creation of the beloved character.
It turns out that in order for Paul Bettany to become The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron he had to be put through quite the rigmarole on a daily basis.
It’s clear that Marvel has something special planned for the following five individuals in big ways for Phase Three and maybe even beyond. Take a look at the heroes and villains you should keep a watchful eye on in the coming years.
The Vision is a newcomer to the MCU, but he has a long history in the comics. Building up to his big screen debut we were curious about his appearance, and he almost looked very different.
Marvel Studios is fairly notorious for doing everything in its power to maintain an atmosphere of mystery around their films and television shows. This goes a long way in explaining why Paul Bettany just posted a picture of his sock-covered foot on the set of Captain America: Civil War.
Paul Bettany reveals how the part of The Vision in the Avengers: Age of Ultron came at the right time.
It turns out that Stan Lee is quite the fashionista, because he had a slight problem with the original garments of The Vision.
Of all the new characters coming in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel has kept The Vision under wraps for as long as they possibly could. But now let’s take a look at one of The Vision’s big moments.
To this point, Paul Bettany has had a rather small overall role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though he has been a part of the massive franchise since its beginning back in 2008, his part has long been limited to delivering exposition as the voice of Iron Man’s digital butler, Jarvis.