Photo of Ultron, portrayed by James Spader. CGI will provide the rest, so just imagine what he will look like.
2.) Hulk and Black Widow
Joss Whedon seems to enjoy these shots. Having this Mid Shot (MS) and Low-Angle Shot normally means the subject has the upper advantage. This shot might suggest they're at a disadvantage or the antagonist(s) are in a more powerful state in the moment. It could be like the first, when they all stood together surrounded by chaos. Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) appear like they are in some trouble. Or they are looking at the dark clouds of destruction above, which could be the subject of attention here. Either way, it appears bad even when it's good to seem them together. Unlike The Avengers, when Hulk chased her down.
3.) Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye and Quicksilver
Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Clint Barton / Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) are teamed for battle in the photo above. Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) seems to be to fast to be teamed up. Can't wait to see what ability Scarlet Witch is doing. Obviously, it appears destruction has already occurred in both pictures. Bonus, I like the modern teenesque look they've given the twins.
4.) Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are together again. The High-Angle shot of a person normally means they don't have the advantage of something. (They're submissive) She's also staring up, so yeah maybe the fight is above her which would mean the superior subject or antagonist is there. Whedon could of course used this to show her attacking something above with an ability. In both photos of Scarlet Witch, she's doing some type of gesture that could be for an ability. I hope they are devastating of some sort. Maybe she has done something in the video below. Seems like she could have.
There's been a lot of shots with the twins and a few with Hawkeye, which might suggest they're together the majority of the battle. We'll have to wait for the updates, but for now, here's a video of Steve Rogers / Captain America (Chris Evans) (his stunt double, actually) gripping on to a truck. Look at the synced reversal of cars near the end. Love the way people work together in cinema making.
I love the action films, especially the good ones. Can't wait for this. Hope it's amazing and chair gripping.
Hitting cinemas, May 1, 2015 in North America, in 2D and IMAX. International release date is unknown.