Samuel Jackson and Paul Bettany express their excitement for Avengers: Age of Ultron


The team over at Radio Times caught up with Paul Bettany and he had a few kindly statements to say about Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster.

“This is the biggest thing Marvel have ever done,” said Bettany. “It was enormous. I remember, we were at Comic-con, and they showed a portion of the footage, and I was just gobsmacked. And I looked down the row and every one of the Avengers was the same.”

“Including Samuel Jackson – and his whole modus operandi is ‘I’ve seen everything before, I’m the most chilled out, relaxed man and I’ve seen everything…’and he was as knocked out as anyone. It’s huge.”

Bettany, who voices Tony Stark’s JARVIS and plays The Vision, seems pretty damned excited about this and I know we all are as well. Also if Sam Jackson is moved by the movie, then I’m biting my nails in glee.


The original Avengers movie that released in 2012 blew everyone’s minds since it was the first comic-book movie that brought several different superheroes into one screen. No one knew what to expect, and it literally took the world by storm. Hell, even Fox, Sony, and Warner Bros. are trying their best to create their own Cinematic Universe on the heels of Marvel’s successes.

Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron is looming in the distance, we’re all holding on to our butts in excitement for what to expect from our favorite on-screen heroes. Let’s face it, we all want the sequel to Avengers to be bigger than the first, and if you don’t know who Ultron is, you need to do some homework. Bring on the psychopathic artificial intelligence, Marvel! We’re ready!!!


Source: Radio Times

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