SDCC '14: One Of Ultron's Drones From AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON?

SDCC '14: One Of Ultron's Drones From AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON?

An intriguing new photo has surfaced online which is supposedly one of Ultron's drones from Joss Whedon's upcoming epic, Avengers: Age of Ultron. Hit the jump to check it out.

For months, we've known Ultron, the main baddie in Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron, would control an enormous drone army. Heck, just this past weekend Marvel Studios released new posters with Ultron's minions battling The Hulk, Quicksilver, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Captain America and Iron Man. Below, is apparently armor from one of those drones and it was supposedly spotted a block away from where the San Diego Comic-Con convention took place.
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON - Directed by Joss Whedon ("Marvel's The Avengers"), the film returns its iconic cast, including Robert Downey Jr. ("Iron Man 3," "Marvel's The Avengers") as Tony Stark/Iron Man along with Chris Hemsworth ("Thor: The Dark World," "Marvel's The Avengers") as Thor, Mark Ruffalo ("Marvel's The Avengers") as Hulk, Chris Evans ("Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Marvel's The Avengers") as Captain America, Scarlett Johansson ("Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Marvel's The Avengers") as Black Widow, Jeremy Renner ("American Hustle," "Marvel's The Avengers,") as Hawkeye, and Samuel L. Jackson ("Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Marvel's The Avengers") as Nick Fury. Joining the cast are Aaron Taylor-Johnson ("Godzilla," "Kick Ass 2") as Quicksilver, Elizabeth Olsen ("Godzilla") as Scarlet Witch and James Spader ("The Blacklist," "Lincoln") as Ultron. Set for release in the United States on May 1, 2015.
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staypuffed - 7/28/2014, 11:52 PM
Wasn't this posted already?
solidsnakeeyes - 7/28/2014, 11:53 PM
Sweet! looks like from the comics.
solidsnakeeyes - 7/28/2014, 11:54 PM
I wanna see some leak footage from Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. Whoever got it, please post the got damn video!
JimFiser - 7/28/2014, 11:58 PM
The face is completely different then the ones on the posters.. Could be the actual ultron
BrowniesExplode - 7/28/2014, 11:59 PM
staypuffed - 7/28/2014, 11:59 PM
Ah, okay. Didn't even notice this was you, nail!
AbrahamErskine - 7/29/2014, 12:00 AM
patrat18 - 7/29/2014, 12:00 AM
Platinum - 7/29/2014, 12:02 AM
It looks too much like the comic version. It was probably made to promote their Rage of Ultron event.
TAL0IV - 7/29/2014, 12:02 AM
Hey everyone (: new guy here, I've been going to this site for years and finally decided to join you, btw some of your guys threads are hilarious haha look forward to joining the gang
ferkinghulk - 7/29/2014, 12:02 AM
AstonishingArachnid - 7/29/2014, 12:04 AM
@Pending If it was made to promote Rage of Ultron why would it be with the props from Age of Ultron?
joniegogo84 - 7/29/2014, 12:04 AM
Show us the damn footage MARVEL!!
cyns - 7/29/2014, 12:12 AM
It looks incomplete to me. I wonder if they're going to do some CGI work on it when they get to post.
DavidChen26 - 7/29/2014, 12:12 AM
No one has the footage shown at comic con? I wanna see a trailer or something!!!
GLprime2814 - 7/29/2014, 12:13 AM
Got it ultrons in it now show something different like oh I don't know THE VISION!!
AontheheadStarontheChest - 7/29/2014, 12:17 AM
No need to complain about drones, because if they didn't have Robot Drones as enemies they'd do Aliens again.

I rather have the drones.

Why you ask? BECAUSE THEY DON'T NEED TO HOLD BACK ON THE POWERS AND VIOLENCE VS SOME NON HUMAN ENEMIES. They can show them getting ripped and torn apart by the Hulk, blown up by Iron Man's laser and missiles, Thor can burn them and electrocute them, and Cap could shield bash the crap out of them and could probably use a gun on these things without any backlash from fans.

If you give them anything sentient that can bleed or literally die and cause damage, you'd get the MoS complaint of "too much destruction" and "too much death".

And if they held back to not cause casualty or damage, you'd get complaints about "blah blah they nerfed Thor and Hulk" and "Captain America should've shot that guy in Avengers".

SMH, there's no pleasing people.

matthuliz - 7/29/2014, 12:21 AM
This movie needs The Thing to make it more laughable!!!


Oh, its on FOX which makes equally funny CBMs!
Earthbound - 7/29/2014, 12:28 AM

Epic mic drop, sir. Loved everything you said.
wbrowning79 - 7/29/2014, 12:33 AM
Look, the movies coming out in no time. I think we deserve a trailer.
StrangeBatch - 7/29/2014, 12:33 AM
Yes!! Perfect.
RamonSuarez - 7/29/2014, 12:35 AM
"If you give them anything sentient that can bleed or literally die and cause damage, you'd get the MoS complaint of "too much destruction" and "too much death".

You totally missed the point of the MOS complaints. It wasn't the human element but the casual disregard for life.
NeoBaggins - 7/29/2014, 12:36 AM

FrankBerzerk - 7/29/2014, 12:38 AM
This one here is directly come out of comic book cover
JFerguson - 7/29/2014, 12:46 AM
Lol @nail. I think that Wilding's article was only for suggestions on how to make better articles. And if I'm not mistaken, although the article definitely stated that "a few guidelines which you have to meet in order to not have your article deleted", I believe the previous poster had all of the listed guidelines: aka, a good headline and a hooking premise in the teaser text. Basically, it was only the thumbnail image that wasn't exactly "appropriate for the site" by being somewhat blurry.

And still, in any case, when did an editor's article become law? When did Wilding's recent article become the zenith in say as to which articles (probably mostly focused on the news scoops) should be deleted. Let's, say, I make an article, but the teaser image happens to be shrunk down to 61x60 size instead of 60x60. Should you really have authority to delete it, and then post it under your won account. If I'm not mistaken, I thought that the editors were always supposed to give a warning to the first poster on what they need to fix, giving them some time in the process, of course, before deleting an already well made article. And if the user happens to be away from the site from some time, don't the editors have the authority to go into the other person's articles and fix, say, the teaser image, as I remember they used to. :P

Also, not everyone has even read Wilding's article, either refusing to read an article that they don't want to, or perhaps take a break from the news on this site for a day or so. So, technically, the previous posted article on this news WASsort of a correctly made article to the original poster, who may or may not (should I refrain from asking) have read Wilding's 101 article-- in this probable scenario most likely did not-- to fully understand concepts on what to include in a proper article. If he had, then I guess it would somewhat be appropriate to delete his/her article IF, and that's a big IF Wilding's article IS (which it is not, as you, in contrast, claim to be) the "base of operations" on how an article should appear. If it is, then why not make it official (as the site admins have not)(I am unaware if the admins are aware of wildings 101 articles being the new law, however, and can not prove otherwise, so i therefore, should not extensively be accounted for by saying this) by say, sending the article as a message to all the old users as MANDATORY TO READ and also making new users to agree to the "101" terms before making an account.

And in conclusions, I would like to state that although I should be unaccounted for for whatever the other poster "did wrong", that maybe they are bummed out because they worked really hard on finding that news scoop. So, although I am neither blaming you, nail, for doing anything "wrong" (on the deletion) either, or am I actually being entirely sarcastic in this response, I conclude my insight on this case, since I am indubitibly scared for whether all my news articles will "make the cut", according to Wilding's premises on how to make GOOD articles. I didn't mean to ramble, but rather share my insight.
Fidolemuet - 7/29/2014, 12:52 AM
Looks more like the actual Ultron than a Ultron drone to me...
LittleDanglyThing - 7/29/2014, 12:56 AM
So beautiful.
Looks straight out of a comic book. Glorious.
MakluIV - 7/29/2014, 1:02 AM
Whedon said there would be different forms to Ultron. This is either one of Ultron's drones or one of Ultron's forms. Either way, it' perfection. Age of Ultron will be epic!
dethpillow - 7/29/2014, 1:21 AM
@Tal0IV - hi! welcome to cbm, nice to meet ya!

dethpillow - 7/29/2014, 1:26 AM
@AontheHeadStarontheChest - yeah, it's like stormtroopers in Star Wars.
exact same thing. you don't want a movie where your heroes are shooting humans in the face.

that's one of the basic rules of warfare, is dehumanize the enemy. no one wants to kill something that they can imagine as suffering. ( i mean in general of course )

that's why we don't eat dogs. other cultures do, but we don't. why? cuz we think of dogs a different way than those cultures.
SnapperCarr - 7/29/2014, 1:33 AM
AlexLaChiusa - 7/29/2014, 1:37 AM
Sorry but I still think this is fake/fan made. When you compare it to the other props that we have seen from the film, this looks VERY cheap and amateurish.
Floke - 7/29/2014, 1:38 AM
It looks a litte bit like a Spartan helmet if you imagen you have your face in that mouth.
Cartoon22 - 7/29/2014, 1:39 AM
I hope this is the final form of Ultron that face emotionless is so evil so heartless and cold
dethpillow - 7/29/2014, 1:42 AM
I think it's important to realize that some news articles are going to serve as gateways to this site. Meaning some people's first and maybe only impression of this site.

I think it makes sense to have a certain standard for articles and to impose that so that people visiting don't get the impression that the site is apeshit disabled in some way. Just from a cursory look, I mean, obviously any investigation is gonna reveal the truth, but why just give that away right off the bat, right?

And I think besides any kind of rationale or logic behind any decisions or judgements, there's really no such thing in a place like this for what "should've" happened or what "deserved" to have happened. This is a private site, run to the aesthetics of a set of individuals. there's definitely a place to argue with them about the way they want things. if that disappeared, it would be less what it is right now.

but it is an arbitrary set of aesthetics. and it is up to each person to try to read what those are, sometimes articles might help, but it's more of a thing where you look around you and figure it out. you read between the lines.

And if you want to put up articles that have prominence here, then it's gonna make it a lot easier if you do read between lines and look around and figure out. Maybe that set of requirements is too much to have to deal with... maybe it is. And that's not gonna be worth it to try to use the site as a place to post articles on. Something else might be better. But if you want to take advantage of what the site has to off, as far as exposure and meaning and enviroment and what not, it's gonna take a process of figuring out what is going to make them happy to have your articles represent them.

It's really as simple as that. Some people will care to do this, other people won't, it just depends on each person.

But there's not even a possible way to look at it as some kind of injustice. Anywhere you go in life, you are going to have to earn your psychic real estate. No one ever will ever let you live for free. And think of yourself, do u let people live for free off you? Even if you think you do, you're wrong. there is something you are getting from the situation. believe it or not, there always is.

basically, if you want to succeed and do well, then look around and figure out what is required and simply do that, as long as it doesn't cross you. if it does cross you, leave or maybe realize it's not for you.

that is the way to be happy and make things work for yourself.
Gnoxorm - 7/29/2014, 1:44 AM
Meh the armors for these Marvel films. Iron Man, Thors Armor, they all look cheap and fake. And any body suit just looks like a rip off of Iron Man, including these. I'm sure Ant-Man will be just the same.
Doopie - 7/29/2014, 1:50 AM
looks [frick]ing amazing!!!

why are people's panties bunched about news articles and editor behaviour??
dethpillow - 7/29/2014, 1:52 AM
this is why bands don't get paid. bands tend to think of shows as something that people owe them, they harass their friends, they harass their co-workers to come and see them play.

they play at some stupid event where 4 other bands are playing, all of them thinking the same thing. they want everyone to watch them, they make the whole thing about them. this is like vanity press. and if you got the money to do that, and you're happy, then hats off.

but bands don't think for a second about how to actually make people happy. shows are usually not booked and promoted with any goal of making people have a good time. and you're never gonna get paid like that.

the day you start getting paid is the same day that you start providing a service to people. art is never about the person doing it. art is about the people watching it. and it's something that our culture has gotten so backwards on that it's unbelievable.

If you are gonna worth anything, you gotta be worth something. if aren't worth something, you are worthless and no one is gonna put up with you for very long. top down, not even just about art, but about life. you have to be able to provide something that someone else wants.

there is no argument in claiming that you deserve to be worth something or that you deserve to be liked. there is no such thing. and a lot of times, it turns out that what you're doing is great, but there's no demand for it at a certain place. that means you find another place that needs your great stuff. and if it's important enough to u and if you know what you're doing is truly great, you'll find a way to make it work, no matter what.

there's no such thing as "should've been great" in the world anywhere.
clogan - 7/29/2014, 2:02 AM
Doesn't look anything like the drones. This is not real you [frick]idy [frick]s.
FrankBerzerk - 7/29/2014, 2:27 AM
take back your words. please. it is directly come from the source material. so you shut keep silent
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