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Quicksilver May Still Be Dead In The MCU, But He Is Getting An AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Marvel Legends Figure
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Nebula - 4/21/2020, 12:59 PM
Do not want.
Highflyer - 4/21/2020, 1:03 PM
Wouldn't mind if he came back somehow. With the way the trailers marketed him, I would have preferred they took the thanos route and have his reign so to speak, last multiple films (at least two).
Dredd97 - 4/21/2020, 1:04 PM he was always gonna have teeth. No thanks. What was so hard about this:
MosquitoFarmer - 4/21/2020, 1:04 PM
Giving him a moving mouth was a mistake. His main defining feature is his jack-o-lantern grin. Should have kept it like this.

CorndogBurglar - 4/21/2020, 3:16 PM
@MosquitoFarmer - Yeah man. This was way better. I forgot all about this.
Fares - 4/21/2020, 3:50 PM
@MosquitoFarmer - Hollywood always tends to humanize its talking creatures. It's always off when someone can say words without having lips (although understandable in the case of a robot)
JustALurker - 4/22/2020, 4:59 AM
@Fares - it would've made him crepeier as he should be.
Fares - 4/22/2020, 6:00 PM
@JustALurker - I have to admit that Ultron was scariest in his introductory scene using the busted Iron Man robot. But he had more personality in his later forms.
And I guess his final confrontation with vision was meant to give us the classic Ultron look.
JustALurker - 4/22/2020, 8:51 PM
@Fares - the thing is Ultron was this close to being a great menacing villain...that was until he became more human-like and started making jokes.
knocturnalzen10 - 4/21/2020, 1:06 PM
this was a better version of Ant-man and Wasp. basically a film in the over all arc needed for story reasons but not wanted.......

Mannnnnn Ultron had so much potential
THEDARKKNIGHT1939 - 4/21/2020, 1:07 PM
He was already too humanoid as it is.

ScarletWarlock - 4/21/2020, 1:07 PM
The humanoid look never bothered me. No [frick]ing way any storyteller uses a visual character that can't emote whatsoever. Even Groot who can only say 3 words has a face that humans can empathize with. Without the human characteristics, there is virtually no performance. It may not be what people expected, but I suspect a director would bash their head in knowing they're working with a very emotional character that can't express it visually, it just doesn't seem practical in that world. For a comic book, yeah, of course.
THEDARKKNIGHT1939 - 4/21/2020, 1:32 PM
@ScarletWarlock - Darth Vader? The Mandalorian? You can still get emotion out of an emotionless face. A man with a mask and no lines of dialogue delivers arguably the most emotional performance in the trilogy.

ScarletWarlock - 4/21/2020, 1:44 PM
@THEDARKKNIGHT1939 - Here's the thing: Ultron is a robot AND a CGI character, a character, in this version, that wants to create new life. Robots, by definition, are only meant to mimic human life. That's not what Ultron wants to be in the film. Also, the reason why the Darth Vader moments can even remotely work is because 99.99% of the time his mask is used to strike terror, so they can afford to use a suggestive shot as such; if they did all the time, it would get old, in fact they don't do it a lot for the Mandalorian. And again, it's all based on character, right. The Mandalorian can't show his face due to the creed. And even then, I will say it restricts the performance an awful lot. That show wouldn't work without baby Yoda alone due to the restrictive nature. I think the context justifies the changes. And, people don't notice this an awful lot, but deviations from the source material are an inherent part of the MCU experience. I don't think there's a single smart storyteller out there that would make ultron not have human features. I just genuinely can't see it. However, I'm open to being wrong, the only reason I feel I have an argument is because most of the complaints seem to fall under "not comic accurate", which is stupid imo.
ALF9001 - 4/21/2020, 2:58 PM
@ScarletWarlock - his two best scenes are the ones in which he has no facial expression, and they manage to convey more than enough
THEDARKKNIGHT1939 - 4/21/2020, 3:21 PM
@ScarletWarlock - I think his first appearance was his scariest scene in the movie tbh. Plus, the CGI is on them. Ultron's look could have been perfectly achievable in with a suit.
Dredd97 - 4/21/2020, 5:16 PM
@THEDARKKNIGHT1939 - When he wakes up and hacks Jarvis until he sings "Got No Strings" is the best Ultron stuff. Then he got lips and forgot the word children
ScarletWarlock - 4/23/2020, 12:25 PM
@ALF9001 - Also when he has the best piece of dialogue in the whole film. Do you really think they would be able to do the scene where he chops off Klaue's arm the same way if he had no face. "Do i look like Iron man to you? is performed with seeping rage. You just can't do it. Whether or not Ultron not having a face is the best scene is irrelevant to my point.
ALF9001 - 4/28/2020, 8:28 AM
@ScarletWarlock - if anything it would be waaaayyy crepier if he had no expression on his face
Feralwookiee - 4/21/2020, 1:09 PM
This version of Ultron looks a little bit like Annihilus imo.
Origame - 4/21/2020, 1:16 PM
Welcome to coronaland. Where lack of news leads to constant "reporting" on concept art we've seen years ago.
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