When Avengers like Chris Hemsworth and Scarlett Johansson aren't fighting genocidal A.I. in the field, they clean up very well in real-life. Here's a look at the stars of 'Age of Ultron' out of costume and on the red carpet.
Chris Evans (Captain America)
Where does Chris Evans end and Steve Rogers begin? We’re assuming only when expert hand-to-hand combat comes into play, because Evans definitely retains those all-American good looks that helped make Captain America a national icon during World War II.
Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow)
Strong, confident, fierce – and those are just the adjectives that describe her red carpet poses. It’s hard to imagine any other Hollywood starlet playing top SHIELD agent Natasha Romanoff, and after taking another look at her in that black leather jumpsuit, who would want to?
Chris Hemsworth (Thor)
This 31-year-old Australian import is a god amongst men on the big screen, and in the hearts of women around the globe. Even though he can’t really wield a magical hammer, or fly, he’s a welcome presence both on and off the screen.
Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill)
She may not be as dangerous as Black Widow, but this SHIELD agent certainly is as lovely to watch as she strolls down the red carpet. It’s nice to see her get more deserved screentime in the sequel.
Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye)
What Clint Barton lacks in height, he more than makes up for with unparalleled accuracy and focus in the Marvel movie universe - and those baby blue eyes in real life.
Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch)
Olsen and her character, the very powerful Scarlet Witch, both make their MCU debut in 'Avengers,' with Witch serving as Ultron's super-powered ally. She puts a spell of sorts on our heroes, much like Olsen's red carpet smile puts a spell on us.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Quicksilver)
Since his breakout role in ‘Kick-Ass,’ Taylor-Johnson has been on a steady rise to stardom. His pivotal role in ‘Ultron’ is further proof that we’ll be seeing a lot more of this talented actor.
Mark Ruffalo (Dr. Bruce Banner/Hulk)
Tattered, purple ants are usually the big, green rage monster's traditional attire when Avenging. But the actor who plays him prefers wearing a sharp, tailored suit.
Paul Bettany (Vision)
The only thing more dashing than Vision's new-age attire is the actor who plays him.
Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man)
Rich, funny, charming and super smart are all apt descriptions for both Tony Stark and the actor who plays him. The one thing Stark has that RDJ doesn’t, however, is a big suit of armor that turns him into a one-man army capable of stopping the Hulk.