When Disney’s “Avenger: Age Of Ultron” hits theaters on May 1, the animated sequel to “The Avengers” will be in theaters for a limited time and there are some big surprises in store for fans of the Marvel franchise.
But the wait will be worth it.
As we reported in July, the Avengers franchise is going to get a massive overhaul that will make it one of the most technologically advanced movies of all time.
In this article, we’ll be taking a look at what it will look like in theaters and how it will impact the film.
In the comic book world, “Aventurine” is the name given to a young girl who has superhuman powers.
This young woman, who goes by the codename “Ava,” was born on Earth in the year 2099, but was created by an alien race in order to keep humanity alive.
In the comic books, her powers are similar to the powers of the Guardians of the Galaxy, which are a group of superheroes who fought in the Civil War to protect the Earth.
The Avengers are created when Thanos, a tyrant from another dimension, captures the Guardians.
As soon as he gets the Guardians, he sends them to Earth in order for them to go back to their home dimension and create a “New Avengers.”
The New Avengers, of course, will be able to fight alongside the Avengers and will take on villains from other universes.
Avenging an army of robots, the heroes must stop Thanos before he creates the ultimate weapon: Ultron, a giant robot that is capable of destroying Earth.
However, the battle between the Avengers begins with a clash between two members of the Avengers, Black Widow and Scarlet Witch.
The heroes must decide which one is the best one to go with to defeat Ultron, and Scarlet’s powers will make a huge difference in the battle.
The two teams will be facing off against each other in battle scenes.
The film also stars Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, James Spader, Chris Evans’ daughter, Zendaya, Elizabeth Olsen, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Bettany, and James McAvoy.
The first Avengers film was released in theaters on June 28, 2012.
The film was originally slated to release on May 6, 2013.