August 26, 2013 1:19 PM EST
'Avengers 2' Scoop: How Fictional Super villain Ultron Will Differ from the Comics in the Movie?
Post-apocalyptic future in "Avengers 2," in which Ultron has taken over the world and extermination of the world's superheroes. Writer Joss Whedon has lately made revelations in his interview that he is absolutely aware with the incredible power and capabilities Ultron's character possesses and he is taking big strides to make sure that Ultron will seem more human and entertaining on the big screen.
Whedon fans out there can find him on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly.
Ultron Fictional super villain outmatches all the superheroes, and might even with all the Avengers fully assembled created by writer Roy Thomas and artist John Buscema. IGN, in 2009, proclaimed that Ultron received the accolade of 23rd Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. The character at first appeared in a nameless cameo in Avengers #54 (1968), with a first full appearance in Avengers #55 (1968).
The visual appearance and powers of the character are wide-ranging, but common powers include:
- Superhuman levels of strength
- Flight At Subsonic Speeds
- Various Offensive weapons
Various Offensive weapons Include concussive blasts of energy fired from its optical sensors and hands, and an "encephalo-ray", which places victims into a deathlike coma.The character Ultron is an expert roboticist, mastermind, and strategist. He mind-control victims, can convert electromagnetic radiation into electrical energy, extraordinary cybernetic capabilities, process information and make calculations with superhuman swiftness and precision.
Ultron's outer armour is usually composed of primarily adamantium, which is almost completely impermeable to damage. With such powers and capabilities Ultron outmatches all the superheroes, and might even with all the Avengers fully assembled. let us find out the powers and capabilities Loki possessed as campared to Ultron.
When asked about his exclusion in the "Avengers 2″, Tom Hiddleston aka Loki revealed that he thinks it's actually better for the movie that Loki is not around.
"I think it's great for the film that I'm not going to be in it. Because I'm so proud of the first one. Joss and I, there were so many things that we both love about it and in a way if I was in it we'd be chasing those moments, we'd be chasing that again. The Avengers need a new bad guy to fight, they need new things to do...but for the film I'll be waving them off and saying 'Good luck, have fun' and I'll be in the front row when it comes out."
Despite being a member of the Frost Giants, Loki possesses similar attributes to those possessed by the Asgardians. Loki is a master sorcerer, and has a broad range of powers and capabilities, including:
- Superhuman Strength and stamina
- Superhumanly Dense Tissue
- Superhuman Durability and Longevity
- Regenerative Healing Factor
Watch the whole Marvel Studios panel from Comic-Con 2013, which featured Tom Hiddleston hitting the stage in character as Loki.
Hence a super authoritative, self-aware robot is unlike the easiest character for audiences to relate to.
How to make a negative character that is credible and entertaining at the same time for audience and still possess super human powers and capabilities.
Whedon, has said that he will remove a few of the capabilities and make the Ultron character seem more human in his interview you can read full interview here
"I knew right away what I wanted to do with him. He's always trying to destroy the Avengers, goddamn it, he's got a bee in his bonnet. He's not a happy guy, which means he's an interesting guy. He's got pain. And the way that manifests is not going to be standard robot stuff. So we'll take away some of those powers because at some point everybody becomes magic, and I already have someone [a new character, Scarlet Witch] who's a witch."
Directed by Joss Whedon The Avengers: Age of Ultron will be released in theaters May 1st, 2015 and starring Chris Hemsworth,Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Mark Ruffalo.
We Hope that the changes in Ultron character in the next Avengers film provide action and excitement and above all entertainment.
Keep finger crossed until the Ultron debut the big screen.