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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.
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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 letís take a look at one of The Visionís 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 Manís digital butler, Jarvis.
After just getting our first full-bodied glimpse of Paul Bettany Vision in Avenger: Age of Ultron, Marvel has followed up that reveal, giving him the official full character poster treatment. Check it out in all its stunning synthezoid glory!!
The Vision evades our gaze no longer! After months of snapshots, concept art and a glimpse of his face in a trailer, Marvel has finally given us an official full look at the superhero android in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
We have been waiting a long, long time to get our first official look at Paul Bettany as The Vision, and the final Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer has finally revealed him. And he looks amazing.
Having been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since the first Iron Man, Paul Bettany is one of the most established veterans in the blockbuster franchise Ė but truthfully his role in the movies is only just beginning. In The Avengers: Age of Ultron, he will see himself transformed from voicing the digital butler Jarvis, to playing the android known as Vision.
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With the release of Marvel mega-sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron creeping up ever so imminently, one would think that us fans have gotten a proper read on the scope of the filmís ambitions. However, recent comments from cast member, Paul Bettany serve to remind us in the most immediate way possible that this movie is going to be FREAKING HUGE!
So far, Marvelís marketing department has done a great job hiding what Vision is going to look like, entirely, in the sequel. Until now.
While Bettanyís look as Vision has remained a closely guarded secret, I got to learn a bit more about the character and Bettanyís rough behind-the-scenes experience bringing him to life this past summer while visiting the set of Avengers 2 along with a small group of other film journalists.
Yesterday, the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer took the geek community by storm. We saw a variety of cool things, from the Hulkbuster armor to a creepy Ultron to Thor choking Tony out, the list goes on. However, there was one crucial element that was missing from the preview that Marvel should have shown. A character that will have a big role to play in the film.
Paul Bettany and The Vision should be a major component of the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving forward, particularly as we continue to learn his connections to Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and the murderous Ultron (James Spader).
The actor never really broke out into the mainstream sadly, and itís doubtful a role like this will help: as the clip above shows, heís got much too much good humor and charm to be stuck playing a machine.
You may not know it, but Paul Bettany has actually been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since the very beginning. Back in 2008, director Jon Favreau cast the British star to be the voice of Jarvis, Tony Stark's digital butler, in the first Iron Man movie, and since then he has reprised the role in Iron Man 2, The Avengers and Iron Man 3.