'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Is Filming In South Korea, Making It Harder To Camp On Set. Dammit.
If you live in Cleveland, New York, or Los Angeles and were planning on figuring out where The Avengers: Age Of Ultron would be filming and casually strolling by/camping out in the hopes of glimpsing Captain America and Iron Man maybe cuddling, I've got some bad news for you, but some good news for the international community: Avengers: Age Of Ultron 's filming in South Korea, not Cleveland.
Other locations Age Of Ultron's filming in? The Aosta Valley region of Italy, London, and Johannesburg, South Africa. That's a far cry from when they filmed the first film's Germany scenes in downtown Cleveland, so it's probably a safe bet that this film will have quite the different backdrop than the first one did.
The film comes out May 1, 2015, but you can obviously expect a lot of hooplah surrounding it to begin, well, really any second now. This is especially true since we haven't seen new stars Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson — who will be playing superhero/mutant twins Wanda and Pietro Maximoff — in their Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver costumes yet. The same goes for James Spader in his role as the titular Ultron.
In fact, all we've got so far aside from the casting news is the IMDb logline ("The Avengers reassemble to battle the sentient robot known as Ultron.") and some cryptic Joss Whedon quotes that seem to hint at us feeling a lot of emotions come next May.