Paul Bettany’s The Vision to Return After Avengers: Age of Ultron. We haven’t seen The Vision on screen yet, but that doesn’t mean he is only going to be shown in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Actor Paul Bettany is already confirmed to bring back The Vision in future Marvel films.
Speaking with News Australia, Paul Bettany is already excited to bring The Vision back for another film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “That’s the really great thing about the Marvel gig for me,” Bettany said. “I have never known if I have had a job six months out ever in my life. And now I know that they have plans and I can be even more judicious about the stuff that I do outside of that work. I can wait for the right thing and feel really attached to it.”
We have no idea when The Vision will appear next, but our bet is on next year’s Captain America: Civil War given that Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and his alter ego Iron Man will be making an appearance along with his A.I. J.A.R.V.I.S. (also voiced by Bettany).
Bettany spoke about playing J.A.R.V.I.S., a role he played since 2008’s Iron Man, admitting that he only took the job as a way to make some good money but immediately got immersed in the Marvel Universe after tackling the role of Vision. “I did a lot of research — and my research was watching all of the films,” says Bettany. He also adds:
I realized they are so interlinked and I wanted to understand the universe I was in. So I did and it was a really amazing, fun experience. Everybody made me feel really at home and I have no bad stories — they are really funny people and really creative. I have never seen sets that big in my whole career. I have never seen set pieces like it — we were in a set that felt like a town.
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