James Spader has played a great deal of roles throughout his career from dramas to comedies to a mix of both. Some of The Blacklist actor’s most memorable roles have come in the past few years where he played Robert California as a possible replacement after Michael Scott on TV’s The Office. So while the show has been over for just a couple of years, what if his personality lived on in the form of Ultron, his title villain from the popular Marvel film, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
With a mash-up this humorous and obvious, it was only a matter of time before someone got the idea to combine the two, and now there is a video just for it. Check out the hilarious video here below.
Marvel Entertainment has released the official one sheet poster for the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to theaters this May.
Check out the image of the poster here below.
The poster highlights the original Avengers of course all returning to their previous roles, but also adding the two newcomers in Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver (played by Elizabeth Olson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson). What you might also notice is a kinda sorta underneath shadow shot of The Vision (played by the voice of Tony Stark’s AI counterpart JARVIS Paul Bettany). With Vision is also outlines of what can be assumed is Ultron’s robotic army getting ready to crash down on the team.
When Joss Whedon announced that Ultron would be the villain in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, fans were a little bit confused as to how the villain would be established. The character was originally created by Hank Pym aka Ant-Man, and that film doesn’t appear until after The Avengers sequel. Whedon cleared up the confusion by saying that this would be an origins story. But if you still think that Pym will get his hands on the Ultron tech, think again.
Director Edgar Wright took some time to explain why we won’t be seeing Ultron in Ant-Man.
Marvel Comics’ next big thing, well other than Marvel NOW!, was teased last year at Free Comic Book Day when Marvel first let it be known that there would be an Age of Ultron. Now, the new story begins in March from Brian Michael Bendis (All New X-Men, Avengers VS. X-Men) and Bryan Hitch (Ultimates, Fantastic Four).
Ultron, a creation of Avenger Hank Pym, has gone mad and began a plot to reach his ultimate goal: the utter destruction of humanity. In this story, a rag tag group of superheroes including Wolverine, Emma Frost, Invisible Woman, Taskmaster, Beast, She-Hulk, Luke Cage, Spider-Man, and Moon Knight are all to stand in the way of the robot revolution.
This is an odd grouping of super beings that should make for an interesting almost post-apocalyptic story. We have some images from Age of Ultron #1 for your perusal! Check it out here below.