This article or section might be slanted towards recent occasions Please make an effort to keep recent events in historical perspective. The connection between the two makes sense: it was clear that, while creating the Ultron programme, Stark had poured a great deal of his own style to the AI. But perhaps even more intriguing compared to the question of Ultron's genesis, is the question of his death: in the comics books, the AI can come back several times (sometimes with an adjusted character). However, it is often said in the past that Marvel likes to save Hulk for Avengers pictures, so that could be a form of confirmation that we are going to get to see Bruce Banner and his alter ego that was destructive play a part in The Avengers: Infinity War.
As an effect of this, it is not known exactly how we'll feel about Iron Man after that narrative has concluded - but it does appear likely that the character will continue his run in The Avengers: Infinity War. Let us know in the comments who you think we left off our Avengers: Infinity War cast list and who you want to find out in the epic movie, due in 2018. As most enthusiasts now already know, Captain America: Civil War will see Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) come into battle on a new superhero enrollment act: Stark will support the instigation of the act while Rogers will oppose it, going into hiding.
That is that Age of Ultron could be the finish of Whedon's run and how we knew things were different. But tension between the two was clear in Age of Ultron, particularly during the scenes in which Rogers found that Stark and Banner's experiments had led to Ultron. That said, Chris Evans has a six picture contract with Marvel Studios that can have one image left on it after Civil War, and there's no actual motive at this point to assume that the film will follow the direct path of the comic strips.
Bu the truth that the picture of vibranium, means that Marvel is already paving connections involving the Avengers franchise and Black Panther, and is setting up the existence of Wakanda. On the contrary, it appears that the next time we are going to be seeing Banner/Hulk and getting some answers will maintain Avengers: Infinity war, in 2018. With Age of Ultron, Whedon (mainly) had the chance to make what he wanted to make the first time around. But the closer-than-close bond between the twins has been severed, when we see her in 2016's Captain America: Civil War and she will probably be suffering from some severe psychological side effect. I don't have any immediate plans," and after joked that he loathed it" when referring to Age of Ultron while introducing the film to the audience.
After all, it was the events of the Civil War occasion in the comic strips that finally resulted in the death of Captain America a few years past (and also to Bucky Barnes picking up the infamous shield). A number of the darkest moments in Age of Ultron were the flashbacks experienced by Natasha Romanoff, which contained a forced sterilisation, and eerily lit scenes of a youthful, longhaired Natasha carrying out an execution and practising ballet. Given the constitutional nobleness of Maximoff's self-sacrifice, it feels just a little unkind to speculate as to whether or not the Avengers could have been more interesting if Quicksilver had merely let Hawkeye get the bullet, and replaced him in the team (but the answer's yes).