Yesterday saw the trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron burst online and as a result, the interweb starting screaming in excitement. Age Of Ultron certainly looks like an exciting movie and superhero fans were salivating at teases of the ‘Hulkbuster’ Iron Man armour as well as plenty of conflict between Captain America, Thor the rest of the team. Viewers were even treated to glimpses at new characters to the Marvel cinematic world, Quiksilver and Scarlet Witch as well as the reassurance that Nick Fury was still around to support. Noticeably absent was The Vision, Paul Bettany’s step up from voicing Tony Stark’s household security system to full on Avenger status seems to be under lock and key at the moment..
In honour of the darker, sinister tone of the movie, British artist Doaly has cooked up this rather tasty Avengers: Age Of Ultron poster, just for a bit of fun. Take a look!
Doaly’s poster playfully riffs on the song hauntingly crooned by James Spader’s menacing Ultron throughout the trailer and features the villain standing atop a broken and beaten Avengers.
If you were keeping up to date with San Diego Comic Con last weekend then surely you didn’t miss the trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road. George Miller has been working hard on this latest installation of his classic Mad Max series and has brought in Tom Hardy as the titular Max and a supporting cast boasting Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult. While it would of been great to see how an older Max had been getting on, I can’t deny that the footage looks great and Hardy will be perfect as the disturbed Road Warrior.
French artist Maxime Crouzet of La Fabrique de Posters seemed as equally impressed with the Fury Road footage as the rest of us and has produced this great poster featuring Max’s Interceptor. More images after the jump.