Avengers Age of Ultron (2015) - Avengers vs Ultron - Fight Scene - Iron Man vs Ultron - Ship Fight - Salvage Yard - African Coast - Movie CLIP HD [1080p 60 FPS HD ]
Ultron and Iron Man Face Off
- Robert Downey Jr. — Tony Stark (Iron Man).
- Chris Evans — Steven Rogers (Captain America).
- Mark Ruffalo - Bruce Banner (Hulk).
- Chris Hemsworth — (Thor).
- Jeremy Renner - Clinton Francis Barton (Hawkeye).
- Scarlett Johansson — Natasha Romanova (Black Widow).
- James Spader — (Ultron).
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson - Pietro Maximoff (Quicksilver).
- Elizabeth Olsen — Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch).
- Don Cheadle - Rhodes (War Machine).
- Paul Bettany — (Vision).
- Samuel L. Jackson - (Nicholas Joseph Fury).
- Cobie Smulders - (Maria Hill).
- Hayley Atwell — (Peggy Carter).
- Stellan Skarsgard — (Erik Selvig).
- Anthony Mackie — Samuel Thomas Wilson (Falcon).
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With Endgame now out (spoiler alert), it's important to note that Ultron has been proved completely wrong. Not only were his motives, tactics, and actions flawed and unstable, but even his smaller assumptions were wrong. When he says that Cap is pretending he could live without a war, finally, we know he was wrong. That's some beautiful comeuppance for a snarky remark.
Wo wo wo what happened when they started fighting?
I almost threw up what was that? I'm actually serious, not joking on the quality of the video or something, but it looked kinda off and genuinely made me almost sick
If I remember right, his first Prime body wasn't made out of Vibranium. That happens later.
Which is also why him dying here doesn't really offend me. Yes, in the comics he was damn near indestructible, but at this point he didn't have the body that warranted that.
In many ways, Ultron is Stark’s son. He has many of Stark’s personality traits... inflated ego, sarcastic attitude, cocky attitude, self righteous, genius-level intelligence, financial resources, technology, impulsiveness.
Ultron moreorless loss every single battle with the Avengers. He “won” here by getting Scarlet Witch but he got destroyed easily by Iron Man. I thought that was a fatal mistake in the film because the tension of a villain that can take down the Avengers is just completely gone. Even if he could swap bodies, it just takes away the fear. Like sure he can be in the internet and destroy the world that way. But am I afraid of him actually hurting the good guys? No because Iron Man can just blow him to smithereens easily and after that, any fight I see with Ultron is boring.
People don't like Ultron because he's not straight up evil?
I'm pretty sure every straight up evil for no reason villain in this film franchise has been 1 dimentional. Ultron was fine. Stop moaning about how comic book accurate he is. Non of the films are overly comic book accurate otherwise you should be ripping GOTG to shreds.
+N N which wouldnt enduce a transformation.....loki's sceptor had been working over banners psychie since he had gotten on the helicarrier. His plan was to trap everyone on a flying coffin and have the hulk ravage them. Banner was established to have a mutual relationship with Hulk as of Avengers. You couldnt just get him to transform just from simply making him angry. You had to mentally break him or bring him to the point of death.
thor - if u believe in peace lets us keep it - Ultron - i think your confusing peace with quite tony - yh huh
[ALL OF THEM]
ultron - i had strings but now im free
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