Re: The Design & Origin of ULTRON
Having a name for Ultron though gives the impression that there is someone behind it, otherwise it seems that the Avengers are just facing a faceless CGI villain. If they were up against someone like Benedict Cumberbatch, then the mere thought of that (because people already know his work in STID) would suggest a really formidable villain even before the audience have seen any footage of Ultron.
It's exactly why, in the opposite scenario, when you have a weak or lightweight actor in the role of a villain, it doesn't really seem like a match for the hero.
Anne Hathaway: "You did not just ask me that!! What a forward young man you are!!! My goodness!!"