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Friday, February 7, 2014



Description of Paul Bettany's 'Vision' Outfit Revealed


Last night the internet went ablaze when we got word that Paul Bettany (JARVIS in the Iron Man Films) will be suiting up in The Avengers: Age of Ultron as fan favorite The Vision! Yes, Marvel fanboys are a lot more chiller then DC Fanboys when news drops. Never-the-less the guys over at Comic Book Therapy got a scoop on what his Vision outfit will look like.

Apparently Joss Whedon has been regularly with the cast of the upcoming Avengers sequel. Last week he meet several times with Jeremy Renner and Paul Bettany on the film. Bettany is currently shooting a film near Shepperton Studios so he can pop in to a near by studio to do makeup and costume tests for The Avengers:
It has a helmet akin to the Iron Man armor, but it’s designed more like a face than a smooth Stark helmet. The iconic yellow and green are present in the design, but it’s more metallic shades than bright ‘comic book colors.’ They said it reminds them somewhat of the T-1000 from Terminator 2 but it’s not as shiny. The yellow metal “liquid” bits seem to light up. This may or may not happen since there are two designs for that section. One lights up the other doesn’t. That’s the only difference. The cape is present, but they say it appears to only “pop out” when in flight mode. The cape sports some similar shades of yellow as the body. The “neck pieces” are the same yellow but they seem to shift positions from “standing” (for lack of a better word) to “flight mode.”
 It's going to be hard to picture Vision in a live-action setting until some official photos are released but there you go.  I sort of imagine a yellow, red and green tinted Silver Surfer from "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer"

The Avengers: Age of Ultron hits Summer 2015

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