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  • To celebrate the release of Avengers: Age Of Ultron, let’s take a look at 12 things

  • you probably didn’t know about the second Avengers team-up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

  • There are five different versions of Captain America’s shield which are used for filming.

  • Chris Evans, who plays Captain America, prefers to use the lightest version of the shield,

  • which is made of biscuit foam, so it doesn’t interfere with his acting.

  • However, that particular shield isn’t very durable unlike the soft rubber shield which

  • is more hard-wearing but heavier.

  • Andy Serkis was cast as arms dealer Ulysses Klaw after the movie’s executive producer

  • Jeremy Latcham saw a fan’s mock-up of Serkis as Klaue online!

  • To bring the Hulk and Ultron to life, Mark Ruffalo and James Spader worked closely with

  • Andy Serkis’s performance capture company, The Imaginarium Studios.

  • So that Ruffalo had a real sense of the Hulk’s size, weights and inhibitors were put on his

  • body. And to create the Hulk’s roar on set, they

  • used a sound system and pitch-modulated Ruffalo’s voice.

  • According to Ruffalo, the technology for capturing the Hulk’s performance had improved since

  • filming The Avengers, so this time they could capture his facial and body movements at the

  • same time, instead of separately, which really helped him bring the Hulk to life.

  • To bring Scarlet Witch’s powers to the big screen, writer-director Joss Whedon was not

  • only inspired by images from the comic books, but also by how dancers move.

  • So, Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Scarlet Witch, worked with dancer and movement coach Jenny

  • White to create fluid hand and arm movements to bring her character’s powers to visual

  • life on screen and really get her physicality right.

  • Black Widow’s new fighting batons were inspired by Escrima Sticks, which are used in traditional

  • Filipino Martial Arts. However, unlike traditional Escrima Sticks,

  • Black Widow’s batons are charged so she can deliver a jolt of power when she hits

  • an opponent.

  • The search for Baron von Strucker’s stronghold began a year before production started.

  • The filmmakers wanted an impressive-looking building with a cinematic setting in a region

  • little seen on screen, so the location scouts spent two months visiting potential historical

  • sites in Europe. In the end, Fort Bard, a 19th-century fortified

  • complex in north-west Italy’s Aosta Valley, was used as Strucker’s Hydra Research Base

  • in the fictional Eastern European setting of Sokovia.

  • The Hulkbuster sequence was filmed over two weeks in the Central Business District of

  • Johannesburg in South Africa. The shoot involved flying helicopters, crashing

  • cars and exploding huge pyrotechnics in the city.

  • Black Widow’s vision was filmed at Tring Park School For The Performing Arts, which

  • is located in Hertfordshire, England, and specialises in dance.

  • The scenes featured a number of the school’s ballet students practising in its dance studio.

  • Former pupils of the school include Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Daisy Ridley and Downton

  • Abbey actress Jessica Brown Findlay.

  • Although the Avengers Tower is located in New York City, the massive set for the Tower’s

  • interior was created by the movie’s production designer Charles Wood at Shepperton Studios

  • in the UK. Scenes in the Tower feature heavily in the

  • film so, to give Joss Whedon plenty of variety for filming, Wood and his team designed a

  • huge set with different interconnected levels and multiple areas including laboratories,

  • lounges, and locker rooms. In fact, the Avengers Tower is the biggest

  • set built for a Marvel movie so far.

  • To film Captain America’s chase scene with a speeding truck, Seoul’s Mapo Bridge, which

  • is a large multi-lane two-way bridge that crosses the Han River in South Korea, was

  • shut down completely. Prior to shooting the sequence on the bridge,

  • the movie’s crew rehearsed the stunts needed on an unopened motorway nearby.

  • The AvengersQuinjet was redesigned to give it a more militaristic appearance, including

  • a pared-down, more functional-looking interior. As for the Quinjet’s canopy, that was inspired

  • by the look of helicopter cockpits, so it has glass both in front and below, which gives

  • a real sense of speed when it’s flying.

  • The movie’s epic final battle scene was shot on location in both Italy’s Aosta Valley

  • region and in London, England! Hendon Police College, which is the main training

  • centre for London’s Metropolitan Police, was used for filming as it had an outdoor

  • space big enough to double as war-torn Sokovia and accommodate the whole production for three

  • weeks as well as being secure from the prying camera lenses of the paparazzi.

  • The movie’s production designer built a church on the site and the filmmakers used

  • drones to capture multiple angles during the shoot.

  • Director Joss Whedon has said that filming in that church wassome of the best visceral

  • comic book stuffhe’s ever shot.

  • Well there you have it, 12 things you probably didn't know about Avengers: Age Of Ultron!

  • Now, let me know in the comments below, what would you like to see in Captain America:

  • Civil War, and the next Avengers movie, Infinity War?

  • And who’s your favourite character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and why?

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