Kevin Cottam is a full-time Grey Jedi.
He converted to the Jedi order over
5 years ago, wears only Jedi robes,
and has registered his lightsaber as
a religious item even though he has no
interest in Star Wars or science fiction.
While some might think the Jedi life
could be lonely, he claims his lifestyle
gets great responses from
women over 50. Source
…since I have a huge weakness for this ridiculous movie, I thought it’d be fun to draw a Cassandra Pentaghast from that part of her life, but a little closer to a younger version of she looks in Inquisition.
Blackwall appears to be such a serious character, and yet that cheese shield perfectly contrast him! Can you tell we absolutely loved the cheese ring prop, and it looks so realistic! We might have tried to take a bite out of it ;)
In all seriousness look how great this cosplay is! The armour is perfect, the wig and facial hair are incredibly accurate and the way the jacket is sewn together ties the cosplays and makes it so realistic!
Credit for Blackwall goes to listlesswarrior, who did an outstanding job with this cosplay!
Everything in [Age of Ultron] is ramped up though. It kind of blew me away reading [the script]. I don’t know how Joss does it, but everyone has gone up another notch and the whole thing is bigger and more exciting and crazier. Yeah, he’s a genius.
In the midst of the assault scene, Downey finds himself suspended 50 feet above the set, riding piggyback on an actor in a motion-capture suit who will be digitally replaced with a hovering, hostile Legionnaire. With no armor at his disposal, Stark grabs the only weapon handy—a fondue fork—and jams it into the robot soldier’s neck as they bang around the ceiling.