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Avengers Age of Ultron in Full HD Comes to a Theatre Near You: But There's Already a Film Leak!

Avengers Age of Ultron in Complete HD comes to a theater near you: but there is already a movie leak!





As the date for "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" draws near, several spoilers are bracing the Internet to provide Marvel enthusiasts a gist of what's to come. The next movie in the "Avengers" installment will see superheroes fighting against the lethal Ultron. Superherohype revealed the plot for the upcoming film begins with Tony Stark trying to jumpstart an inactive peace keeping program. The program goes awry and the villainous Ultron emerges. The Avengers must unify to stop Ultron http://www.comicvine.com/avengers-age-of-ultron/4025-1563/ from carrying his strategies. This film will likely be a first for Marvel to include a roll of superheroes including regulars Iron Man, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Thor who is going to be joined by newbies Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and Vision in the picture.

Handling so many superheroes avengers age of ultron plot in one film is no simple feat, but if rumors are to be considered these will not be the only ones part of the plot. Comic Book speculates that Spiderman could be part of the team of Avengers, however he'll just make an appearance in the end-credits. It seems Sony and Marvel have come to some arrangement, although nothing is officially confirmed from either companies. It does make sense since the webslinging, radioactively bitten superhero is touted to be a piece of "Captain America: Civil War" as he plays an essential function in the film's storyline. In addition, it is not difficult to shoot at a post-credit scene immediately an actor has been cast. The scene can be easily included by the production team well in time before its May 2015 release.

Such rumors are because of the fact avengers 2 age of ultron that Marvel is ushering in a new squad of Avengers in its third picture.

"The Avengers: Age of Ultron" releases on May 1, 2015.