Chris Evans has finally come to Seoul, South Korea to start filming The Avengers: Age of Ultron, so hit the jump and check out set photos and videos of his new Captain America uniform in action.
No, pregnant Scarlett Johansson wasn't seen on set, but her stunt double was. Come watch 2 new Avengers: Age of Ultron set video featuring Black Widow on a motorcycle speeding toward Captain America/Steve Rogers.
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow has already been spotted on The Avengers: Age of Ultron set in South Korea today, however, the actress herself was nowhere to be seen and her new leather catsuit was worn by a stunt double. Anyhow, she recently spoke with The Huffington Post about her fourth turn as the Russian spy and teased Joss Whedon’s complex script. “I think all of these characters have dark pasts,” she reiterated. “A lot of us are superheroes that didn’t choose to be. My character is a mercenary to begin with and was sort of put into the Widow program. She's had a dark past, and she’s just beginning to discover how her past affects her when we see her in Cap 2. I think she’s had to dehumanize in a way, obviously, as anyone in that position does just to be able to accomplish the things that she’s had to. But now she’s like, ’Wow, I actually have nightmares about this stuff.’ She’s starting to realize, Wow, I’m a product of what I’ve done in some way. And I think, in Avengers 2, it's about time that our past comes back to haunt us in some way—all of us, I think, in one way or another.” She continued, “I think the audience is ready for that. These characters’ relationships become even muckier. Nothing’s getting cleaned up and tied up in a big, red shiny bow in Avengers 2. It’s complex, and the universe is expanding even more. More characters are coming in, but that only feels like it enriches the story. Joss has made room in a very, very impressive way for those new characters to come in, to be introduced. This is not the kind of rehashing of what you’ve already seen, but just in a different setting. It's the progression of these characters. And everything's in real time, you know, it's been three or four years. The world as we know it is the world as we know it. It's the next step—the next level.”
Meanwhile, just before the actor flew to South Korea to start filming The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Chris Evans talked with the Inquirer about gearing up for the 2015 superhero reassembly. “Everything,” he said when asked what he's looking forward to the most. “It’s nice to see those guys again—the whole crew. It’s nice to know that you are making something good. I have been part of plenty of movies where you start filming and you [wonder], is this going to be good? It’s not easy to make good movies. If it were, there would be a lot more of them. There’s a real sense of comfort and confidence not just in Joss [Whedon], but in the whole Marvel clan,” he continued. “A sense of comfort that what you are working on and what you are giving so much of yourself [to] is going to pay you back with a quality film.” The actor's first day of filming for Age of Ultron was showcased in severel set photos this morning. “Thanks to all the Korean fans who made me feel VERY welcome in their city,” he said in a Twitter post today. Set photos also showed off Chris Evans' new uniform that appears to be a combination of the two suits he dons in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which hit theaters worldwide today. “Thanks for all the kind words and support this weekend, team!! The Russos made a great movie and I'm proud to be apart of it. Feeling lucky!” he also tweeted.
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