To many, The Avengers were heroes that are protecting the World from evil. However, to some, they were monsters destroying everyone in their path. Wanda and Quicksilver – the twins, in their vengeance against The Avengers team up with Hydra to wipe them all.
After the successful raid on the Hydra base in Sokovia, the Avengers retrieve Loki’s scepter. Tony Stark discovers an Artificial Intelligence encased within Loki’s scepter and wants to create the ultimate defense system to protect the Earth. Things don’t go as planned and the peacekeeping protocol turns evil. Ultron, the A.I., wants to wipe mankind in order to save the planet. The Avengers come together to confront Ultron about his evil plan but get hit hard by the twin’s power. The heroes are shaken to their core as they escape to Hawk Eye’s safe-house.
Nick Fury convinces the Avengers to fight Ultron as only they can save Earth against this evil. An all-out battle between the robot army of Ultron and the Avengers takes place as they try to save all the innocent people of Sokovia from a city blowing up in the air, literally. Can they save everyone or are they the monsters that some think they are?
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Duration: 2hr 21min
Release Date: 1st May 2015
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Joss Whedon
Box Office Collection
Budget: $250,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend USA & Canada: $191,271,109 – 3rd May 2015
Gross USA & Canada: $459,005,868
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $1,402,809,540
|Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2016 Best Costume Design
|Annie Awards 2016 Outstanding Achievement in Animated Effects in a Live-Action Production
|Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2016 Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in a Feature File – James Spader as Ultron
|BMI Film & TV Awards 2016 Film Music
|Golden Trailer Awards 2015 Best Summer 2015 Blockbuster, Best Sound Editing
|New Zealand Cinematographer Society 2016 Specialised Cinematography
|Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Scene Stealer – Chris Evans
|Robert Downey Jr.
|Samuel L. Jackson
|James Rhodes (War Machine)
|Agent Maria Hill
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|(based on the Marvel comics by)
|(character created by: Captain America) and
|(character created by: Captain America)
|(character created by: Thanos)