Captain America: Civil War - 10 Characters Who Steal the Show

Vision


Vision. Source: Marvel Studios Vision. Source: Marvel Studios

We got our first look at Paul Bettany's Vision in 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron, when he was created to be the perfect body for the titular robotic villain, only to be brought to life as an Avenger using Thor's lightning and Tony Stark's J.A.R.V.I.S. A.I.

With a body made partly of vibranium, and an actual Infinity Stone embedded in his forehead, it's hard to see how such a powerful being would fit in with more grounded heroes of the Avengers. But Captain America: Civil War did a great job of humanizing the heroic android, and we get a much better look at him in this movie.

He wears human clothes, displays some very human emotions and even does a little bit of cooking, which adds depth to the character and potentially sets up a future romance with Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch (even though the pair do have something of a super-powered scuffle at one point).

And now we move on to the very powerful superheroine we just mentioned.