Today we get a new look at Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark in his wardrobe for Avengers: Age of Ultron, which doesn't look any different than the past four movies he's appeared in. The photo comes courtesy of The Vampire Diaries actress Camille Guaty, whose husband Sy Rhys Kaye is working on the movie in some capacity. Check it out, and then read on for more info from the Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo, who teases big secrets and offers more insight into his motion capture work with Andy Serkis.
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Everyone loves the 'Puny God' scene from the original Marvel's The Avengers, which saw Hulk punching Loki in the side of the head. It definitely gets the biggest laugh in the movie, but Mark Ruffalo believes there is a scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron that tops it.
Speaking more with Total Film, the actor spoke about his excitement in returning for this highly anticipated sequel, arriving in theaters summer 2015.
"I know the team, I have come to really enjoy these people and know them, and I'm so happy to see them have so much success. And I really love Joss Whedon. I really love working with him. He always gives me something that's a surprise to me. And so, yeah, it's been really nice coming back. It's also nerve-wracking because it did so well and people expect so much. You're balancing a lot in it, there's a lot of characters and a lot of story, and you're trying to figure out your work inside of it."
"[It has been] great, I love him. We met on 13 Going on 30, and he's created a place that's so actor-friendly and puts the actor front and centre of that technology, and has demystified it, and made it a comfortable place - although we may never get comfortable in those leotards. The technology is actually at a place where it's almost in real time for the most part so it's a lot like digital puppetry."
He also comments on his spat of recent Twitter and Instagram photos from the set, which he has gotten in trouble for.
"[I get in trouble] All the time! I'm the green sheep of the Marvel family. But I think they're starting to catch on - I think all of us are starting to catch on- that you can't hurt a movie by doing that stuff. You really can't. It just makes people buy into it more. It makes them part of it, they're invested in it. It's not that precious for God's sake."
What is a typical day like on the set?
"Well a typical day always begins in the make up chair. Where fortification's taken which constitutes a little nap and face message. Afterwards we are a coaxed into our costumes and out of our trailers, which is usually a hardship for the coaxer. Then we assemble on set and do a rehearsal which at some point or another ends up in Thor getting completely fed up with us mortals. Then we repeat that many times over the course of the day interspersed with camera moves, pee breaks, coffee, lunch, and make up."
Finally, he commented on topping his iconic 'Puny God' scene, which will be a hard task to pull off.
"Let me put it to you this way. There is a Hulk surprise that is equally delightful as when he smashed the bejesus out of Loki."