Vision alert! The android Avenger makes his first (concept art) appearance in the background of a new Avengers: Age of Ultron movie poster. The poster, which shows Quicksilver wading his way through a crowd of robot groupies, also shows Vision in the background hovering in the air. While we don't get that great of a look at the new addition to the movie Avengers, it does appear that he's conducting some sort of orchestra from a distance. Fans of the whole "underwear outside the pants" costume thing will be pleased to learn that Vision looks to be doing that thing, probably because he's an android, and probably because he's trying to impress Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch with his rump.
Here's both the Quicksilver poster and a poster of Hawkeye being useless:
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