So after the Avenger’s hero character poster release campaign, came the long-awaited arrival of the third and final trailer. We’ve already seen the posters for Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, Thor, Nick Fury, Hawkeye, and Captain America. The timing of the release had many thinking that it would lead up to the final reveal of The Vision. But after the release of the final trailer, we had to settle for a mere tease. We probably won’t get to see him in action until the film is released, but there is still hope that he will appear in a character poster like his fellow heroes.
Each of the character posters that have been released are just that, character posters. At first it looked as though these posters were pieces of a larger set due to the shared background, but now we know that is not true. However, now that more character posters are being released, and the first two posters to be revealed since the trailer dropped are for Scarlet Witch and QuickSilver. Hit the jump to check out them both out as well as the ones that have already been released.
As expected, the big announcement from Robert Downey Jr. is going to be the third trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Not entirely surprising, but it could have been anything else when the Iron Man actor launched the Omzae contest yesterday. The trailer will air on Thursday night during the premiere of American Crime on ABC. So will we finally see a full look at The Vision? We can’t be entirely sure, but we have a sneak preview of the trailer after the jump.
We also have a look at the Captain America character poster for the highly anticipated sequel. It was originally thought that these character posters were pieces of a larger set, but it is looking less like that since they do not fit together. Hit the jump to see the current character posters.
Robert Downey Jr. said he would be making a big announcement for Avengers: Age of Ultron on March 5, but we didn’t know he would announce it a few days early by launching the Julia’s House Contest on the crowdfunding charity site Omaze. Or maybe the contest is separate from what will happen in just a matter of days, which some suspect will be Vision’s big reveal. Whatever the case may be, Marvel will still continue to unveil more character posters, which are starting to look more like standalone pieces and less like pieces of a larger set.
First it was all of the Avengers gathering together for one Avengers: Age of Ultron disastrous Photoshop poster, then it was Robert Downey Jr. posting his Iron Man/Tony Stark character poster, plus making the announcement that something would be happening next week. And now, Mark Ruffalo has revealed his character poster for the Hulk.
There is speculation that these posters are merely pieces to a much bigger set, and it looks like each actor will be releasing their respective character poster. Hit the jump to check it out.