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Marvel Confirms Andy Serkis Is Playing KLAW In ‘AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON’

Written by Christopher M

Disney blog Stitch Kingdom has gotten ahold of a batch of high resolution images from Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.

The images include an image of Andy Serkis and reveals his character to indeed be Ulysses Klaw as listed by Marvel.

We had already assumed that Serkis was playing Klaw just by his facial hair alone. Not to mention his necklace that included an animal claw, very subtle Marvel.

This character confirmation of sorts seemingly also gives the impression that Wakanda’s presence will be bigger than previously expected. Something that might have been hinted to in the second trailer.

Klaw is primarily known as the one of the most well-known in Black Panther rogues.

There hasn’t been word if we’ll see Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa in the film but there have been hints he could show-up at the very end with a cameo that remains to be seen.

It’s expected some of T’Challa’s story will be told in Captain America: Civil War, we shouldn’t be shocked to see Serkis’ Klaw involved in that film as well.

This piece originally appeared on Celluloid and Cigarette Burns. Reprinted with permission. Follow On Twitter @_ChristopherM
 
 
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