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Posted 31 October 2013 - 05:42 AM

^ Completely wrong choice for Scarlett Witch. :/


Respectfully disagree on that, Elizabeth closely resembles the way Wanda usually looks in the comics, and was phenomenal in 'Martha Marcy May Marlene'. I think she's a far better choice than Saoirse Ronan, who was previously thought to be the front runner. :yes:

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You have a point there, but I just don't sort of see her embodying the role very well, she doesn't come off as superhero style actress, nor is she sexy enough for the role (I know that might sound a little misogynistic but I'm keeping in mind of all the sketches done, it's boobs-butt galore)

Nor am I really into the idea of Aaron Taylor Johnson being Quicksilver, considering Quicksilver's character in the comics is almost bipolar (same with Wanda), Aaron just looks like a stoned out of it guy. Plus when he get's his hair died into the bleach blonde I don't know what I'll expect I%20dont%20know.gif Maybe I'll be more understanding when we know fully what their character's involvements are in the plot line but so far these new castings aren't working for me. We still don't know if Jeremy Renner is reprising his role right?


Yeah, I believe Renner was confirmed to appear by Joss Whedon a while ago. :)

I get where you’re coming from on that, but they’d never be able to find an actress to match Scarlet Witch’s physical appearance. Even by comic book standards, she was drawn in an exaggerated way that few on earth would be able to visually represent. Plus, if they’re going to create a fragile, vulnerable Wanda (which I’d imagine they are), Elizabeth wouldn’t necessarily have to appear athletically gifted to play the role.

I’m not too sure about Taylor-Johnson as Quicksilver either, I’ve seen some of his serious dramatic work and consider him an excellent talent (he’ll need to be in order to pull off such a flawed and often unlikeable character in a superhero flick), but I don’t know if I’ll be able to buy he and Elizabeth as brother and sister - particularly as they’re appearing as a potentially romantic couple in next year's ‘Godzilla’ remake. Time will tell on that, I suppose. :hehe:

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 10:16 PM

Nice to hear Renner's returning, although Hawkeye doesn't do much for me, he's kind of a character that's just there in my view (maybe I'm too distracted by Chris Evans in spandex to appreciate everyone else)

 

I think Phoebe Tonkin, Camilla Belle, Milla Jovovich would have been more appropriate choices since I believe they can both capture the fragile side of Wanda, as well as the strong and bold side, Elizabeth only can embody the fragile side, she just doesn't have enough edge. Another thing that also bothers me with the casting for her is that it's rumoured that instead of being Romani/Jewish, Wanda will be British and I think that's another example of the white-washing in the Hollywood industry , particularly because Wanda is one of the main girls out of the Avengers comics, it's ignorant for Whedon to fit Hollywood standards.  :/

 

Aaron is a good actor, that is for certain, but he doesn't resemble enough of Pietro's characteristics, I could be wrong though since he might exceed my expectations (which aren't very high), but Aaron's too fragile for Pietro aswell, a lot of people including myself wanted Tom Felton for the role, he's got the bleach blonde hair already, has had plenty of experience of being both the nice guy in movies and in the other majority the asshole character (which is kind of like Pietro, considering he's bipolar henceforth this break downs in the comics). Also Paul Wesley I think would have been a suitable option, he resembles Pietro a lot :)


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Posted 01 November 2013 - 06:29 AM

 

I get where you’re coming from on that, but they’d never be able to find an actress to match Scarlet Witch’s physical appearance. Even by comic book standards, she was drawn in an exaggerated way that few on earth would be able to visually represent. 

^Ah, for a film world populated by buxom scantily-clad glamour models... Wait a sec - isn't that what B-movies are?!  :p

 

 

Another thing that also bothers me with the casting for her is that it's rumoured that instead of being Romani/Jewish, Wanda will be British and I think that's another example of the white-washing in the Hollywood industry , particularly because Wanda is one of the main girls out of the Avengers comics, it's ignorant for Whedon to fit Hollywood standards.  :/

^She can still be Romani/Jewish and British - they aren't mutually exclusive. Plus, if you read the British tabloids you'd be convinced the place is being overrun with gypsies anyway!


 

 

Aaron is a good actor, that is for certain, but he doesn't resemble enough of Pietro's characteristics, I could be wrong though since he might exceed my expectations (which aren't very high), but Aaron's too fragile for Pietro aswell, a lot of people including myself wanted Tom Felton for the role, he's got the bleach blonde hair already, has had plenty of experience of being both the nice guy in movies and in the other majority the asshole character (which is kind of like Pietro, considering he's bipolar henceforth this break downs in the comics). Also Paul Wesley I think would have been a suitable option, he resembles Pietro a lot :)

^Isn't Pietro's hair silver anyway, hence the nickname? For me it's a shame Evan Peters isn't in this instead of the next  X-Men movie, where I suspect he'll get far less screen-time than he'd probably get here. He can alternate from feeling sympathetic towards to being a dick pretty convincingly from what I've seen of him in American Horror Story(Y)


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Posted 01 November 2013 - 03:43 PM

 

 

Another thing that also bothers me with the casting for her is that it's rumoured that instead of being Romani/Jewish, Wanda will be British and I think that's another example of the white-washing in the Hollywood industry , particularly because Wanda is one of the main girls out of the Avengers comics, it's ignorant for Whedon to fit Hollywood standards.  :/

^She can still be Romani/Jewish and British - they aren't mutually exclusive. Plus, if you read the British tabloids you'd be convinced the place is being overrun with gypsies anyway!

 

 I love me the Dailymail, plenty of well written articles  :p  But from the rumours that I have heard they're making her fully English, they could potentially make her of Romani/Jewish background but then again we still don't know what they'll do with Wanda either. They've already done quite a few alterations to the comics (i.e. Stark creating Ultron, Pym not being a founding Avenger) so I don't want them to go overboard on reforming the characters. :)

 

Isn't Pietro's hair silver anyway, hence the nickname? For me it's a shame Evan Peters isn't in this instead of the next  X-Men movie, where I suspect he'll get far less screen-time than he'd probably get here. He can alternate from feeling sympathetic towards to being a dick pretty convincingly from what I've seen of him in American Horror Story(Y)

 

I'm going to get irritated by the differences between characters, I hate it when two people are cast for the same roles, especially since the movies are a year apart it's going to confuse some people. Considering the huge X-Men cast Peters is probably only going to get a few lines and just be there hopefully bonding with Magneto and being a dick, oh like father like son. However I can understand their reasoning for the differences since they both have different studios and different distributors for each of the movies. Next thing you know the Fantastic Four reboot will include someone like Crystal who was Human Torch's girlfriend for sometime (played by Chris Evans), and then they'll include her in the 3rd sequel as Quicksilver's wife whilst Chris Evans plays Captain America.  :woohoo:


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Posted 13 December 2013 - 03:41 AM

Don Cheadle Says War Machine Will Appear in ‘Avengers 2′

We knew that the original team of Avengers would return for ‘Avengers 2‘ plus the new additions of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. But, now we’ve learned that another character from the Marvel universe will make an appearance in the upcoming sequel. Don Cheadle will join the ‘Avengers 2′ cast, bringing Colonel James Rhodes/War Machine to the fight against Ultron.

USA Today confirmed that Cheadle, a Golden Globe nominee today for his role in Showtime’s ‘House of Lies,’ “has a part to film” in ‘Avengers 2′ while he prepares for his directorial debut, the untitled Miles Davis biopic. How large his part is remains to be seen, as is whether Cheadle will appear in the film as just Rhodey, or if his superhero alter ego War Machine will also play a part. Director Joss Whedon previously said he was “about to add a few more” superheroes to ‘Avengers 2′ and War Machine certainly would fit that bill.

What the news also may hint at, is the long-held rumor that Tony Stark is the creator of Ultron in the film. If Rhodey appears, it could be because he’s helping Stark improve the Iron Man technology.

We don’t expect Rhodey to become a full-fledged member of The Avengers just yet, but it’s nice that they’re using some of the supporting characters from the other Marvel films to tie everything together (Gwyneth Paltrow and Tom Hiddleston have previously said they won’t be returning for ‘Avengers 2′). What we’re worried about is Whedon’s penchant for killing off characters. Many have speculated that a superhero would die in this film and Rhodey, whose appearances in the ‘Iron Man’ films seem to have come to a close, could be a prime candidate.

 
Somewhat neutral on this, as I never really liked Cheadle's take on the character as much as Terrence Howard's in the first Iron Man movie. That being said, I suppose it would be something of a plot hole if America was attacked, and the military (with War Machine/Iron Patriot at their disposal) didn't respond. :unsure:


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Posted 07 January 2014 - 11:35 PM

 Many have speculated that a superhero would die in this film and Rhodey, whose appearances in the ‘Iron Man’ films seem to have come to a close, could be a prime candidate.

Doubt this, I thought they said Stark was getting killed off? It would make sense considering they cut Robert's contract down or something? However I like Rhodes so I think I'll like him in the film 


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Posted 09 January 2014 - 09:53 AM

Doubt this, I thought they said Stark was getting killed off? It would make sense considering they cut Robert's contract down or something? However I like Rhodes so I think I'll like him in the film


A lot will probably depend on whether or not an 'Avengers 3' is in the works, because I can't imagine them wanting to do the whole third movie without Stark. Most likely, Rhodey's death (presumably at the hands of Ultron) becomes Tony’s motivation to return to his superhero duties, since he retired his armour at the end of 'Iron Man 3’.


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Posted 19 January 2014 - 09:08 PM

Stark won't die, Robert Downey Jr. already signed for Avengers 2 & 3 so he's safe until at least the third movie. I agree that Rhodey's death is a big possibility, I don't see another reason why Tony would return unless someone close to him dies and the only two people that come to mind are Pepper & Rhodey and unless they are planning to kill Pepper off-scene then all you have is Rhodey.

 

I doubt they'll ever kill Stark TBH, as much as everyone adores Robert's performance we all know it's a matter of time before Marvel/Disney looks for a shitty new Iron Man to keep the franchise going.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 12:36 AM

Please let's just sacrifice Pepper, Rhodes is too good to die but Gwenyth I believe already stated that she's not returning for this film so that sucks. Maybe when Captain America 2 comes out there's going to be some hints for what could happen in the Avengers 2, depending on whether or not they kill Bucky/Sebastian Stan.

 

There's also been a new character added in "Baron Wolfgang von Strucker" and he's a Nazi supervillian so maybe we'll get hints in Captain America about him or some little cameo like Marvel always does to leave us at a cliffhanger


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 01:49 PM

There's also been a new character added in "Baron Wolfgang von Strucker" and he's a Nazi supervillian so maybe we'll get hints in Captain America about him or some little cameo like Marvel always does to leave us at a cliffhanger

 
It might fit in with the rumours about Robert Redford playing an older version of Strucker in 'Captain America 2'. I wonder if they'll have him use the 'Satan Claw' to make himself younger and then replace Redford with Thomas Kretschmann, who I believe is now confirmed to play the part in 'Age of Ultron'.
 
There's going to be a hell of a lot of stuff going on in this movie, but I suppose we have seen Whedon successfully handle a mass of characters in the past. If anyone can pull off such a mammoth ensemble piece, it’s him.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 09:04 PM

It makes sense yes, and yes I do believe Kretschmann is confirmed. Any Marvel movie has a lot of stuff going on and one of the main talents that the producers/directors/screenwriters all hold is the talent of being able to weave everything in seamlessly, if everyone watched the movies before the Avengers (Captain America, Thor, Iron Man), then it made perfect sense, it even made perfect sense for me not seeing those movies. Whedon will do good no doubt as he always does. I wonder if anything from Guardians of the Galaxy will be featured or weave into the plotline as well, specifically because at the end of Thor 2 they take the tesseract I think to the Gatherer, and he's the main villain for GOTG. So many questions that will be answered once the films all come out.


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Posted 03 February 2014 - 07:24 AM

It makes sense yes, and yes I do believe Kretschmann is confirmed. Any Marvel movie has a lot of stuff going on and one of the main talents that the producers/directors/screenwriters all hold is the talent of being able to weave everything in seamlessly, if everyone watched the movies before the Avengers (Captain America, Thor, Iron Man), then it made perfect sense, it even made perfect sense for me not seeing those movies. Whedon will do good no doubt as he always does. I wonder if anything from Guardians of the Galaxy will be featured or weave into the plotline as well, specifically because at the end of Thor 2 they take the tesseract I think to the Gatherer, and he's the main villain for GOTG. So many questions that will be answered once the films all come out.


All part of the fun, and a sign of how good Marvel has been at planning ahead thus far. :laugh:

Yeah, there were a lot of people speculating that Thanos would be the next villain, but many also thought it was a tease to a third 'Avengers' movie. It’s confirmed that he’ll have a greatly expanded role in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', which supposedly isn’t going to tie in with 'Age of Ultron', but they could still quite easily weave one (or more) of the infinity gems into 'Guardians' or 'Ultron', and set up an even larger motivation for Thanos to appear on Earth.


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Posted 03 February 2014 - 07:26 AM

‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Adds Korean Actress Kim Soo Hyun

As pre-production continues on ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’, it appears that Joss Whedon’s follow up to his 2012 blockbuster is getting more international. Like many Marvel Studios films before it, the next movie featuring Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will be shot primarily at Pinewood Studios in London. However, it will also head over to South Africa to shoot in the fitting location of Capetown, which might hint at the inclusion of Wakanda and the Black Panther. Also, with Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch hailing from Eastern Europe, maybe we’ll even see where they came from at some point in the film. Now, it looks as if Whedon has added some Far East flavor to the film as a Korean actress has just been added to the cast.

Kim Soo Hyun (not to be confused with the male Korean star of the same name) has been chosen to appear in the upcoming Phase Two film in the “major role of a doctor who will appear within the middle act of the film and serve as a partner to Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man”. Reports say that Whedon himself visited Korea in December 2013 for the auditions that saw Hyun beat out 40 other actresses for a role that required fluent English.

Other than that, no more information has been released about Tony Stark’s doctor companion. Since Ultron is involved, my guess would be that Hyun would be playing S.H.I.E.L.D.’s A.I. Division Chief Monica Chang, who currently appears in Sam Humphries’ ongoing comic series ‘Avengers A.I.’ alongside Hank Pym, Vision, and other artificially intelligent Avengers. Her expertise would fit in perfectly with what one can expect to happen when Whedon pits an angry android against Captain America and his compatriots.

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 11:11 PM

Superhero Paul Bettany signs up for the Marvel party: British actor will star as The Vision in new Avengers movie Age of Ultron
 

British actor Paul Bettany has joined the elite super-heroes the Avengers and is in training to bring a comic book warrior out of the cold and onto the big screen.

Bettany will play the Vision, an old-timer in the world of illustrated heroes, in the second Marvel Avengers movie, Age Of Ultron.

He’ll join Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Chris Evans’s Captain America and Mark Ruffalo’s The Hulk.

Bettany and Jeremy Renner, who plays ace archer Hawkeye, were at Shepperton Studios just outside London this week, meeting with director Joss Whedon.

They did a series of costume, hair and make-up tests and worked with stuntmen and armourers.

The casting of Bettany has been shrouded in secrecy, but he was spotted at Shepperton on Monday. The Avengers: Age Of Ultron is code-named After Party . . . or at least it was.

I bet as soon as executives at Marvel and Disney read this report they’ll change it. But it was certainly working yesterday when I rang the studio and asked to be put through to the production office for After Party. I asked for Whedon, and producer Kevin Feige, but was told they weren’t available. ‘I’m not at liberty to speak to you about the production,’ a polite unit assistant informed me. The Vision emerged in 1940, but didn’t become associated with the Avengers team until the Sixties, when Ultron (played by James Spader) created him as a weapon to be used against the Avengers. Through various story-lines and complex machinations, the Vision turned the tables and became an Avengers member himself, and married (or whatever it is androids do) Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen will play her). The Vision’s powers include the ability to fire beams of infra-red and microwave radiation, and use a hologram force to render himself invisible. Make-up experts were using various powders and potions on Bettany’s pale skin to bring about the Vision’s chalk-white complexion. Filming begins later next month on locations in the UK and South Africa. Bettany, who starred in A Beautiful Mind, will be seen soon in Transcendence with Johnny Depp. He also provided the no-nonsense voice of Tony (Iron Man) Stark’s computer butler JARVIS in the three Iron Man pictures and 2012’s The Avengers. No word yet on whether  he will do double duty in The Avengers: Age Of Ultron as both the Vision and JARVIS.

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They're somewhat announcing new cast members quite late, isn't filming due to start soon? Like this month? Read somewhere too that the action scenes will be filmed in Gauteng, South Africa.


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Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:34 AM

Suddenly, Scarlet Witch's involvement is starting to make more sense.

 

Very sound casting choice, though. Makes sense for Bettany to play Vision, particularly if Ultron is indeed going to be based on Jarvis's operating system. Not to mention the fact that he's a perfect fit for the physical design of the character. Only drawback is that he'll probably have to actually watch the movies now... :laugh:

 


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 07:22 PM

Scarlett Johansson's pregnancy 'could delay filming for The Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Her surprise pregnancy news shocked her film fans when it was announced this week.

But the news seems to have come as a surprise to Scarlett Johansson's film bosses, too.

The 29-year-old actress is reportedly due to welcome her first child into the world with her fiancé Romain Dauriac, 31, in August, but shooting for her upcoming movie The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, may need to be re-scheduled to fit around her growing baby bump.

Filming off the action movie - which has often required Scarlett to be active on set - is said to kick off on April 5.

The blonde beauty plays Natasha Romanoff in the superhero film, which sees her squeeze into a figure-hugging catsuit and bosses are reportedly keen to shoot her scenes as soon as possible.

A source told E! News: 'Shooting for the superhero sequel will need a bit of rearranging. They're going to fast-track her scenes.'

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 03:57 AM

Make that 1,000,001 things you have to think about, Joss! :pinch:


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Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:12 AM

I'll probably be murdered for saying this but one thing I'm actually looking forward to with this movie is having no Loki. I enjoyed him as a villain in Thor and The Avengers but then I think I grew tired of him with all the fan-girl love he receives. Will be nice to see some other villains that Marvel has to offer, don't think the fan-girls can ruin Ultron for me, but you never know, some may have a robot fetish.  :mellow:


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Posted 18 March 2014 - 06:54 PM

Concept Art released by Marvel

 

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I'm actually relatively disappointed with it. The Hulk and Black Widow shot is literally something we see in the Avengers in that whole circle scene that's epic, Scarlett Witch is just a miss in my opinion, what happened to that sexy red costume with the Magneto styled headband thing? Why does the girl look like a mechanic? And they aren't even dying Quicksilver's hair, what a bummer. Of course this is only the concept art and the finished product could vary, it isn't being very promising in my opinion :/


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Posted 19 March 2014 - 10:03 AM

I'll probably be murdered for saying this but one thing I'm actually looking forward to with this movie is having no Loki. I enjoyed him as a villain in Thor and The Avengers but then I think I grew tired of him with all the fan-girl love he receives. Will be nice to see some other villains that Marvel has to offer, don't think the fan-girls can ruin Ultron for me, but you never know, some may have a robot fetish. :mellow:


Agreed. Hiddleston was outstanding as Loki and I hope to see him again in 'Thor 3', but I don't think his presence is necessary in this one. The Marvel universe is too big a place to build two Avengers movies around just one villain.


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