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Witness Age of Ultron's James Spader in all his motion-capture suit glory

08.26.2015

As motion-capture suits are becoming more and more commonplace in modern films, you'd think someone would have designed one with a little more style by now; no one looks good in a motion-capture suit, no one. The main villain in this summer's AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON was brought to life with the magic of motion-capture as worn by James Spader, and Marvel has released several new Blu-ray featurettes which focus on James Spader and his amazing motion-capture dreamcoat.

Check 'em out!

I know many were disappointed by Ultron's character, and I can agree with that disappointment in several respects, but I'm still thrilled that James Spader was cast as an eight-foot tall robot bent on destroying humanity in one of the summer's biggest films. That's worth the price of admission for me.

AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on October 2, 2015.

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Extra Tidbit: If you were in control of the Avengers sequel, how would you have handled Ultron differently?
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8:26AM on 08/27/2015
What ultimately felt like a bridge movie to everything stemming off of this (Thor 3, Captain America 3, and even the Inifinity Wars). Spader did a solid performance, but the whole movie didn't live up to the first Avengers.
What ultimately felt like a bridge movie to everything stemming off of this (Thor 3, Captain America 3, and even the Inifinity Wars). Spader did a solid performance, but the whole movie didn't live up to the first Avengers.
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6:56AM on 08/27/2015
I think Spader did a fantastic job as Ultron, the mistake was in how it was written. He just didnt seem much of a threat and the game needed to be amplified after the first movie
I think Spader did a fantastic job as Ultron, the mistake was in how it was written. He just didnt seem much of a threat and the game needed to be amplified after the first movie
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11:03PM on 08/26/2015

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I would have made Spader the voice for Doctor Doom, remove the whole AI daddy issues and The Vision subplot altogether, turn Ultron copies into Doombots, and rename Sokovia into Latveria. Yes, regardless of the FOX license. I think it's worth the lawsuit.
I would have made Spader the voice for Doctor Doom, remove the whole AI daddy issues and The Vision subplot altogether, turn Ultron copies into Doombots, and rename Sokovia into Latveria. Yes, regardless of the FOX license. I think it's worth the lawsuit.
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10:05PM on 08/26/2015

Whoa!

I assumed that James had filmed his scenes separately; I didn't know the other actors were with him. That explains why none of the performances in the movie felt fake, which is what tends to happen when actors talk to air.
I assumed that James had filmed his scenes separately; I didn't know the other actors were with him. That explains why none of the performances in the movie felt fake, which is what tends to happen when actors talk to air.
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9:54PM on 08/26/2015
Useless villain in a crappy movie. I'm glad Whedon is no longer involve with the Avengers franchise...
Useless villain in a crappy movie. I'm glad Whedon is no longer involve with the Avengers franchise...
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