This was a weekend of epic proportions. You had the boxing match of the century. The Kentucky Derby crowned their annual winner. And you had a sports trifecta with NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs and the NFL Draft all happening on the same day. Let’s not forget Yankees vs. Red Sox. But all of those pale in comparison to the gargantuan opening of the Marvel movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron. So this week’s real estate headlines are all Avengers themed to create possibly the most epic real estate headlines post of all time.
The Hulk once again is stealing the screen in Avengers: Age of Ultron even though several of his first movies were busts. Still he had a pretty nice house set next to Atticus Finch’s place in the first movie.
Thor (sigh). The god of thunder and son of Odin in real life is, of course, Chris Hemsworth. (double sigh) Did you know he bought the home of former Crocodile Dundee star, Paul Hogan? Take a look inside.
Here are 5 interesting facts about Tony Stark’s drool-worthy home from the first three Iron Man movies.
Take a tour of the original comic book home of the Avengers, Avengers Mansion.
Can you picture Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., living in a ranch style home with a white picket fence? Well, he does.
The director of Avengers and also of Buffy fame, Joss Whedon, once directed an indie film that was shot entirely at his own home.
Hawkeye (a.k.a. Jeremy Renner) has a bit of an eye for real estate and actually flips a number of historic Hollywood homes.
Chris Evans thinks his Avengers character, Captain America, is ultimately search for the real meaning of home in these Marvel movies.
And finally, Tony Starks AI companion, Jarvis, has been recreated in real life by MIT engineers to help automate your home.
Header image courtesy of Flickr user JD Hancock
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