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Following the early release of the first "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer, which has pretty much broken every online trailer record there is, everyone's still talking about the clip and the proper glimpse of James Spader's Ultron villain who dominates much of the preview.
Speaking with Total Film, Spader discussed the motion-capture process for the project and confirmed that he shot his scenes with the other actors present and with much of his dialogue recorded live:
"When you first meet Ultron, his physicality is very different to what he evolves to.
"The LEGO Movie" writer/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are coming back for the sequel in one of those capacities.
The pair were originally only planning to produce the sequel, but Deadline reports that they have now signed on with Warner Bros. Pictures to write it as well.
No word on whether they’ll direct it as yet, but the move is a good step up for the film considering the duo's reputation as two of the most savvy comedy film writers and directors currently making movies.
Warners has already dated the sequel for May 26th 2017 release following the first film hauling in $468 million worldwide, the third highest grossing film of the year so far.
AMC's zombie drama "The Walking Dead" will keep hitting the road and changing not just its locales but its feel according to one of the show's stars.
Andrew Lincoln, who plays de facto group leader Rick Grimes in the series, says that by the end of the current fifth season we will have a quite different show to the one we've seen in season's past.