The least successful Marvel movie is considered to be 2008's "The Incredible Hulk". It also stands as one of the lesser films in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe with Tim Roth's CG-baddie Abomination was one of its weakest elements according to some.
Roth revealed in a recent interview with Crave Online that, at one point, there was talk of bringing The Abomination back in Joss Whedon's superhero team up sequel "The Avengers: Age of Ultron":
"They were going to do it. They did do that. They were thinking, in The Avengers 2 or something. There was a movie we could do that at one point, but way back when. It just kind of got swept under the carpet I guess. That would be hilarious."
In other news regarding the film, caps have gone up from "Ultron Rules: Part 1," a tie-in Lego
-themed comic book and can be found at Clien.Net.
A new photo from the film has dropped - a high res shot of the party scene glimpsed in the film's first trailer.
Finally, a bunch of new promo art for the film gives us new looks as well as fresh details about both The Vision (Paul Bettany) and Ultron (James Spader). Readers on Superhero Hype and Reddit have posted the scans that also reveal minor plot points not yet known:
It seems Ultron is NOT entirely the creation of Tony Stark's (Robert Downey Jr,) . Rather, he is "first discovered as a simple computer program hidden among the ruins of the Chitauri invasion of New York" as chronicled in 2012's The Avengers film. Stark then experiments on it and the result is the unstable and emotional robot who not only has an army of drones, but also the ability to enter and corrupt any computer network.
The Vision on the other hand is entirely a creation of both Tony Stark & Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo). The profile confirms that he will be able to fly, project energy beams and change his density.
Coming Soon released even more promo art on 12/31/14
Post-production on the 'Avengers 2' continues to meet a release date of May 1, 2015.
Additional filming on the movie is scheduled to take place in January.