Ultron Was Not Ever A Part Of Edgar Wright’s ‘Ant-Man’

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As part of the amazing Awesome Fest in Philadelphia, Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy was screened in two parts last month in the City of Brotherly Love. First, they showed ‘Shaun of the Dead’ in front of the famous Art Museum stairs. Then, a week later, they showed ‘Hot Fuzz’ and ‘The World’s End’ as a double feature with a special Q&A with Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost. Finally, before the talent headed out of town yesterday, the press were invited to chat with the guys (minus Pegg, who had previous engagements) about the final film in the series. But naturally I couldn’t help but ask about the future, specifically in regards to the director’s upcoming Marvel movie, ‘Ant-Man’.

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tristanwerbe1726d ago

Making the orginal origin of Ultron in a phase 3 Marvel film would have been intresting but the popular belief is Tony Stark makes him (other forms of Ultron media have Tony Stark creating Ultron for the day when he and other heros cant fight the battles anymore) but Ultron goes rogue and is more powerful than almost any Marvel character rivilaed by few such as Thanos and Odin

Deadpool6161726d ago

Jarvis is really similar to Ultron, but is restricted by Tony commands and usually only recommends options. Maybe Ultron is like an advanced Jarvis, but free to come up with the solutions it sees fit for any situation that may arise.