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An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

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It took 10 years but Thanos has finally arrived to deliver our favorite superheroes the fade. Anxiety levels have been on high for Marvel fans as they wondered for years about this film and if directing duo of Anthony Russo and Joe Russo could deliver the goods. We are happy to report they did and then some.

Avengers: Infinity War is as epic as predicted and what would you expect from a movie featuring all of Marvel Studios titular characters. To bring everyone up to speed quickly, Infinity War is a culmination of all of the Marvel Studios films leading up to the epic showdown with the Mad Titan aka Thanos and his quest for the precious and powerful Infinity Stones. There is no need for character building in this film because fans already know what is at stake and are well acquainted with all of the players except one…Thanos and his loyal and very dangerous disciples.

With everything already set up, it allows the Russo Brothers to jump into the story immediately and pick right up where Thor: Ragnarok left off. A movie as massive as Avengers: Infinity War could be confusing as there are so many stories to be told due to the fact there are so many dynamic characters.  They masterfully find a way to keep your interests peaked in each character’s quest as they all lead to the climactic showdown with the feared Marvel villain.

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Each character from Iron Man (Robert Downy Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) down to Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen)  has their moment to shine as well some more than others but not one of them wasted their on-screen opportunity to wow moviegoers. Their on-screen chemistry was also on point helping to deliver well-timed comedic moments that worked every time in spite of the disastrous circumstances around them. BUT it’s the sense of fear all of the heroes convey that we have not seen from them as they learn that this battle is has more dire consequences than any other they have been a part of. The Russo Brothers manage to have this same fear rub off on the viewer. But honestly the star of this movie wasn’t the Earth’s mightiest heroes, it was the universes greatest threat.

Josh Brolin is masterful as Thanos who after this film an argument could be made easily that he is one of, if not THE greatest MCU villains ever. Move over Killmonger, Loki, and Hela.  Brolin’s voice gives the CGI enhanced character much-needed life as there are moments viewers can honestly feel some form of empathy for the villain on his conquest to vanquish everyone. There were even times when Thanos was just as much sad as he was hell-bent on wiping out everyone with the snap of his fingers.

Avengers: Infinity War manages to carry on the consequential feeling that Ryan Coogler did for Black Panther so effortlessly. The 2h 40m epic is exhausting and that is by no means a bad thing cause it takes on you on an emotional rollercoaster. It’s the films climatic battle in the beautiful fictional world of Wakanda that will leave you speechless. Once the film ended there was a wave of silence that I could honestly say as avid Marvel movie watcher I never seen or experienced before. This isn’t just a colorful comic book movie this is an experience and it will require a lot of processing after viewing. Make no mistake Avengers: Infinity War was worth the 10-year wait and is the Avengers movie fans have been clamoring for. Hell, some fan reactions that hit Twitter last night can attest to that.

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Where the movie belongs in the pantheon of Marvel’s cinematic gems is on the viewer but that distinction is based solely on the viewer. There is no doubt this film deserves to be in the question when it comes to which one of the films were the greatest without a doubt.

Oh don’t be that person and leave when the movie is over, you will be rewarded for sitting through those credits.

Final Verdict: Masterful

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For what’s turned out to be one of the biggest hits of all-time — likely finishing its first release run at number 6 on the all-time worldwide box office list and number 8 on the domestic box office list — the not especially felicitously titled Avengers: Age of Ultron has gotten a lot less love and devotion than the numbers would suggest. And the numbers themselves, at least in some circles perhaps predisposed to backlash against the ongoing success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, are a tad disappointing.

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Yes, with its Japan opening over the weekend suggesting it will end up with something under $ 1.5 billion in worldwide box office, Avengers 2 is ending up within at least distant hailing distance of The Avengers. But its domestic performance, which will end under $ 460 million, is a far cry from the first film’s stunning $ 623 million. And the worldwide performance will end up bested both by 2015 rivals Jurassic World and Fast & Furious 7. With the Star Wars reboot, initially expected to be the Avengers only real box rival this year, still waiting in December.

When I first saw Avengers 2, as it opened at the beginning of May, I liked it and found it intriguing. I also found it busy and a bit frustrating for all its franchise-building business and repeated action.

Then, a month ago, I watched it three times in a row in the theater, including a 3D showing, which I usually don’t like. I found that I liked the film a lot better, not that I disliked it at all before. I also found that depths and connections, which the film only hinted at the first time round, seemed much richer than before. But I also realized that my mind was not only remembering and connecting more, it was also filling in some gaps that the present version of the film does not.


The bright picture of the Marvelverse’s near future darkens in Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s the end of the path Tony Stark started them on.

Clearly, there’s more to Avengers 2 somewhere, perhaps enough to turn a good movie into a near-pop epic. And it turns out there will be a director’s cut available when the film is released on disc and digital download in September.

Should this nearly hour-longer version have been released theatrically in the first place? Perhaps, especially if Marvel wanted moviegoers to take to Avengers 2 anywhere near as much as they did in 2012 to The Avengers, in which all the characters have room to breathe and scenes play out. But perhaps not if they’re in business to maximize profit. Fewer showings per day, and all that. And this is an ADD era.

Maybe the movie should have tried to do less. As it is, it does so much that the central storyline, gripping and relatable in the Marvelverse, loses focus and impact. That’s Tony Stark, in his angst and hubris in the aftermath of the first film’s near apocalypse in New York, reverting to arrogant form in secretly creating the Ultron program.

Tony just wants what many of us want: A sustainable global security architecture imbued with a sense of justice. Kinda like Franklin D. Roosevelt’s conception of the United Nations. Except with artificial intelligence and robots, absent the trappings of democracy.

As Nick Fury tells him in their farmhouse confrontation, Tony didn’t hesitate for a second before he just went for it. Tony’s ongoing fear of the unknowable threats he glimpsed in space as he let go of that redirected nuke in The Avengers joins with his post-traumatic stress and inherent arrogance to make a megalomaniac. And a very dangerous one, at that, albeit with the best of intentions.

The movie exists because the supposed best and brightest — not to mention the brightest light and biggest star of the Marvelverse — makes a horrible series of mistakes that not only backfire but nearly cause humanity’s annihilation.

Big stuff. And it’s in this version of Avengers 2. But it’s muted by all the other stuff going on, much of it moving building blocks into place for future movies, some of it intriguing things writer/director Joss Whedon wanted to do.

Whedon spoke before Avengers 2 was finished of wanting to make The Empire Strikes Back of the Marvelverse but fearing it would be more like Iron Man 2.

Like Avengers 2 in the Marvelverse, Empire Strikes Back is a transitional portion of the Star Wars saga. The most critically revered and I think easily the best of the Star Wars films, Empire Strikes Back represents a darkening of the Star Wars universe, previously rather bright and, at times, even effervescent. It was also the lowest grossing film in the original trilogy.

Like Empire Strikes Back, Avengers 2 marks a dark turn in the Marvelverse, in this case a dark turn which began with a PTSD Tony Stark in Iron Man 3 and which heightened with last year’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

I wondered before Avengers 2 opened if the darkening of the Marvelverse, always more brightly hued and humorous than the Dark Knight Trilogy, would prevent the new film from surpassing The Avengers.

With the great expansion over the past few years of the studios’ ability to penetrate the international marketplace, Avengers 2 had seemed likely to best The Avengers in worldwide box office even if, as also seemed likely, it was not as big a pop phenomenon in North America. But it’s coming up short, following the very likely drop of more than 25 percent in domestic box office performance from the first film.

The darkening prospect of Avengers 2 and its inherent lack of resolution as a transitional picture are big parts of that result, as is the “busy-ness” of all the business the film takes on.

All the busy business drawing from the main storyline makes Avengers 2, as Joss Whedon evidently feared, more than a little like Iron Man 2. In that 2010 sequel to the 2008 pop classic that was the first Iron Man (both films directed by Jon Favreau), an intriguing conflict between Tony and his might-have-been Russian doppelgänger is frequently derailed by campy interludes with a Stark rival and by the showy introduction of Black Widow.

Though I’ve since come to absolutely love Scarlett Johansson in the role, she was at the time being hyped in the media as the hottest woman in the world. I found it all a bit much.

In retrospect, seeing all these movies fitting together, there’s much of Iron Man 2 I love. And in any event, Avengers 2 works better as an individual film than Iron Man 2. It just needs less. Or more.

Since much of what we have is now already in our heads and seems truncated, I want more.

In The Empire Strikes Back, only Luke has a vision foreshadowing events. In this film, Tony, Natasha, Thor, Cap, and Banner all have visions induced by the Scarlet Witch. Only Tony’s seems like it might be complete.

What does not seem stinted on in this version of the film is the action. Of course, that’s bread and butter for its bottom line. If anything, though, there may be too much action. Especially with the big climactic battle.

There’s not much I don’t like in how Marvel uber-producer Kevin Feige and company put these films together. With the notable exception of these big battle scenes near the end of each film. (I’m someone who would like a film full of scenes like the terrific Avengers cocktail party scene in this picture. That’s where having an outstanding cast across the board, and clever, often heartfelt, writing, really shows up. That said, it would be hard to say I’m not an action fan.)

Even in the first Avengers, the big battle at the end seemed a little too long. And that was to save New York, with the crowning scene which redeems Tony’s self-absorbed anti-hero into a truly self-sacrificing hero.

Here the battle’s to save a fake place, a fairly generic East Euro city called Sokovia — not to be confused with the classical guitarist Segovia — which would actually play better as a Balkans locale. So why not make it a real one, with Stark’s weaponeers back in the day imprinting the Maximoff twins with fear and hatred after selling to all sides in the post-Cold War ethnic conflicts?

With the truncated visions, and the obviously foreshortened presentation of the charmingly bittersweet Natasha-Banner relationship, big chunks of rich characterization and motivation are lost in the service of the film’s velocity. But if the stuff on screen doesn’t bring the audience along in full engagement as it whizzes by, the purpose is diminished.

Despite it all, we do know why Tony leaves the Avengers. We’re not so clear on why Hawkeye steps away, though the wonderful sequence surprisingly introducing his wife and kids, Mad Men‘s Linda Cardellini and company, allows you to infer his reasons.

But what is up with Thor leaving?


The Avengers wrap up their Manhattan cocktail party by seeing who is worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer.

Of course, he has to go back to Asgard for the next big Thor movie. But in this movie, his motivation is pretty hazy.

Also given short shrift is Thor’s remark to Tony about him being the only real unknown in the Avengers mix. I think I know what that means and I don’t want to spoil it, but it zipped by so fast that most people missed it. As did the Norse rune left behind on the ground after Thor’s fiery departure. Nobody even notices it. Not only is its meaning a mystery, it’s a mystery that zipped by so fast that it doesn’t exist as a mystery.

As did Cap’s dream sequence. Tony tells Cap he doesn’t trust a guy without a dark side, but what little we see of Cap back in the ’40s with an always very welcome British agent Peggy Carter is actually pretty weird and dark. What does it mean? We haven’t a clue.

At other points in the film, Cap gazes all too briefly at Hawkeye’s bucolic homestead — the sort of Americana setting one could see Cap in — and elsewhere remarks that he’s not the same man who went into the ice 75 years ago.

That’s pretty interesting for this great iconic character. But he doesn’t elaborate, and no one follows up.

With the crush of major characters in this movie, even the title villain gets a little short-changed in his own movie. As in Iron Man 2, Ultron is, apparently, another would-be Tony Stark doppelgänger, a very intriguing notion that needs to breathe more.

Incidentally, why is it the Age of Ultron, anyway? Yes, that’s what it was in the comics (with a pretty different story), but those were a series. This is one movie, just a matter of days in Marvelverse time, far too brief to be an “age.”

One thing that does pay off late in the film is the wonderful early sequence in which Thor challenges his colleagues to lift his mighty hammer. (Whedon evidently dropped off Twitter after being unfairly savaged for an obscure Tony Stark historical joke that is sexist. It’s not only entirely in character for this rogue, it’s a way for the character to acknowledge and make fun of his being an arrogant dick. Literally.)

Only Cap is able to briefly dent Thor’s smug confidence that only he is worthy enough to wield the hammer. The sequence is very funny and telling.

Later, a new character, created by Ultron and Tony, a melding of Tony’s Jarvis AI assistant and a synthetic human/alloy hybrid body called the Vision, nonchalantly lofts the hammer in the course of things.

With just a little echoing of the Iron Man hot rod red and gold design motif Jarvis helped create, the Vision looks like a great new Avenger.

He agrees with Ultron, before finally dispatching the villainous mistake’s last incarnation, that in the long run humanity is doomed. For two powerful artificial intelligences, both alter egos of a sort to Tony Stark, to agree on this is quite intriguing for the Marvelverse. But it goes by too fast, as does Vision’s observation that the beautiful does not have to last in order to have great value.

The creation of this evidently healthy new life form of great power and insight is a big deal in the Marvelverse, not to mention a harbinger of what may happen in the not terribly distant future in the real world, as I discussed last week. But it loses its impact in this seemingly rushed version of the film.

By the way, we are now 11 movies into a Marvel Cinematic Universe that debuted in 2008 and we still have not been told why the Avengers are called the Avengers.

It’s a little odd, too, because — despite Mrs. Hawkeye’s perfectly droll remark to her husband that she totally supports him in his avenging — the Avengers are not about avenging.

Nick Fury thrilled fanboys across the world in Iron Man‘s add-on scene when he showed up at Tony Stark’s fabulous Malibu pad to say he wanted to talk to him about “the Avenger Initiative.” But he never said why he called it that, either then or in the first Avengers movie when he brought the team together.

Tony mentioned the name to Loki when he confronted him at his fabulous Manhattan pad, but again didn’t explain the name, saying only that if they couldn’t protect the Earth they would damn sure avenge it.

So I looked it up, and it turns out that the name goes back to the first Avengers comic book in 1963.

After their adventure, Ant-Man — who we’ll finally see this month in, well, Ant-Man (with Mad Men star John Slattery again playing Howard Stark, father of Tony Stark) — tells the pick-up group of rather motley superheroes that they should be a team. Iron Man agrees. So does Thor. Hulk says he’s in, too, whether the others like it or not, but what are they going to call themselves?

Wasp, Ant-Man’s future ex-wife, says the name needs to be something “colorful and dramatic, like the Avengers.” That’s it, says Ant-Man, and so it was.

The Avengers come together in very different fashion in the movies. But the name is, as Wasp said back in ’63, “colorful and dramatic.”

That’s why I named my little boat the Avenger back in the day. Not because of the Marvel comic books, which I didn’t read, but because it was the name of a space ship at the end of The Puppet Masters, the old Robert Heinlein novel that first turned me on to science fiction as a kid.

Too aggressive a name for a boat, you say? Not when it has rocket launchers and machine guns, it ain’t.

Besides, it’s a very cool name. Going back 237 years, there have been nine major Royal Navy ships that carried the name Avenger.

And now a second very big movie, one that I suspect is going to deepen into something quite special in its longer version.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The “Age of Ultron” is not over. The Avengers sequel topped the domestic box office for the second weekend in a row with an estimated $ 77.2 million according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.

The film has earned a staggering $ 312.9 million in just 10 days in theaters, tying with “The Dark Knight” to become the second-fastest film to do so. While a wild success by any measure, the film is still lagging behind the record-setting precedent of 2012’s “The Avengers,” which made $ 103.1 million in its second weekend in theatres and had a domestic total of $ 373 million at the same point in the cycle.

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” also added $ 68.3 million internationally, bringing its worldwide total to $ 875.3 million. The Disney and Marvel sequel opens in China on May 12 with midnight screenings. The midnight sellouts have even prompted Chinese IMAX screens to add 3 a.m. showings to their schedule.

“Hot Pursuit,” meanwhile, failed to make a significant mark in its debut weekend, earning a less-than-impressive $ 13.3 million. The Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara buddy comedy, which cost a reported $ 35 million to produce, was projected to earn at least $ 18 million out of the gates.

“Critics were very tough on ‘Hot Pursuit,’ ” said Rentrak’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian. Considering the power of female audiences at the box office, and the frequency of female-driven films to over-perform, the lagging enthusiasm around “Hot Pursuit” is puzzling.

“It was a formula for whatever reason didn’t resonate with the critics, and I think that had an impact on its box office,” Dergarabedian said.

Warner Bros. EVP of Distribution Jeff Goldstein noted that the film attracted an older and primarily female audience, which is one that doesn’t necessarily rush out on opening weekend to check out a film. Audiences were 62 percent female and 82 percent over the age of 25.

The Mother’s Day holiday might help catapult the “Hot Pursuit” to a stronger Sunday, Goldstein said.

The weekend between “Ultron’s” opening and next week’s debut of “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Pitch Perfect 2” on paper seemed like the ideal spot to place a mid-budget comedy. But it’s also possible that other titles further into their runs might have divided attentions, including the third-place film, “The Age of Adaline,” and “Ex Machina,” which snagged the sixth spot as it continues to expand.

“It’s a very competitive marketplace out there,” Dergarabedian said. “There are a lot of cool options out there right now for entertainment in theaters.”

Still, “Hot Pursuit” could surprise yet, especially when it reaches the small screen.

“Furious 7” and “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” rounded out the top five with $ 5.3 million and $ 5.2 million, respectively.

Ultimately, it’s still an “Avengers” world, at least until “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Pitch Perfect 2” open next weekend.

“‘Ultron’ is just so big. It’s such a behemoth. It’s hard for a newcomer to get attention,” Dergarabedian said.

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Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.

1.”Avengers: Age of Ultron,” $ 77.2 million ($ 68.3 million international).

2.”Hot Pursuit,” $ 13.3 million ($ 1.4 million international).

3.”The Age of Adaline,” $ 5.6 million ($ 2.6 million international).

4.”Furious 7,” $ 5.3 million ($ 19.6 million international).

5.”Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” $ 5.2 million ($ 3 million international).

6.”Ex Machina,” $ 3.5 million.

7.”Home,” $ 3 million ($ 6 million international).

8.”Woman In Gold,” $ 1.7 million.

9.”Cinderella,” $ 1.6 million ($ 4 million international).

10.”Unfriended,” $ 1.4 million ($ 3.2 million international).

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Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada), according to Rentrak:

1. “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” $ 68.3 million.

2. “Furious 7,” $ 19.6 million.

3. “Chappie,” $ 9.8 million.

4. “Pitch Perfect 2,” $ 8.8 million.

5. “Home,” $ 6 million.

6. “Silent Separation,” $ 5.5 million.

7. “Helios,” $ 4.8 million.

8. “The Left Ear,” $ 4.3 million.

9. “Cinderella,” $ 4 million.

10. “Unfriended,” $ 3.2 million.

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Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast Corp.; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are units of Sony Corp.; Paramount is owned by Viacom Inc.; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are owned by 21st Century Fox; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a group of former creditors including Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc.; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.

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The new “Avengers: Age of Ultron” could totally pick up Thor’s hammer if it wanted. It is predicted to eclipse $ 80 million in its second weekend, and it continues to run faster than Quicksilver on its way to $ 1 billion globally. In other words, this movie is worthy.

In addition to commercial success, the film has also had fairly positive reviews, but perhaps one knock is the lack of fan favorite villain Loki. That was the knock, anyway.

Recently, the Internet went wild after it was revealed that actor Tom Hiddleston did actually shoot some footage. It was just cut so the movie didn’t seem too cramped. The Loki news was a shocking revelation, but as it turns out, there are a lot of other facts fans might not know about the “Avengers” franchise:

1. There are strict rules so Quicksilver can appear in the “X-Men” and “Avengers” movies.

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Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch were originally the son and daughter of the “X-Men” character Magneto. Because “X-Men” owns the rights to the mutant storyline, the “Avengers” version has the characters receiving their powers from HYDRA experiments.

2. Chris Evans doesn’t eat his shawarma because he’s wearing facial prosthetics.

After Iron Man hilariously suggests grabbing some food upon saving the world in “Avengers,” the group is seen getting some chow. What you might’ve not noticed is Chris Evans doesn’t take a bite. Entertainment Weekly reports the actor hid his face and wore prosthetics to cover up a beard.

3. Godzilla is in the Marvel universe and has fought the Avengers before.


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Godzilla’s opponents in Marvel comics have included the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Thor and the other Avengers. Also, as a side note, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch actors Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen play husband and wife in 2014’s “Godzilla.”

4. Marvel action figures are made with the actual graphics files from the movie for accuracy.


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Hasbro designer Dwight Stall tells HuffPost Entertainment: “Once Iron Man is created in the new film, once Hulkbuster is created, they send the working files, which we share with our sculpting partners, and together we decide how we want to cut the articulation into the forms … You can’t get a more accurate representation in a toy than that.”

5. Toy releases also hint at the major storylines.

Hasbro’s Adam Biehl tells HuffPost that Marvel tries to let kids reenact major scenes from the film. This means designers work closely with filmmakers while the script is still being written to find things like “what the key beats are, who are the key characters, what are the key action scenes and what are the key costume changes.”

6. A huge Spider-Man crossover almost made it in the “Avengers” movies.


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The Oscorp building, which is well known in the world of Spider-Man, nearly made it into the “Avengers” films. It was reportedly scrapped because by the time it was fully designed, the “Avengers” version of Manhattan was already nearly finished.

7. Lou Ferrigno is still the voice of The Hulk.

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The actor who played the Hulk in the ’70s TV series told ComicBook.com that Marvel has a library of his “voices and growls” that they use on everything. He also revealed Hulk’s famous “puny god” line from the first “Avengers” movie was all him, too.

8. Tom Hiddleston was almost Thor instead of Loki.

Hiddleston’s screen test for the part can be seen on the “Thor: The Dark World” DVD extras. In an interview with The Guardian, the actor explains, “Every English-speaking actor over six foot was being seen for the part. I got down to the final five.” By the way, that final five also reportedly included Chris Hemsworth’s brother Liam.

In the end, it’s probably good Hiddleston missed out on the part. As the actor says …


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Zaki’s Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Marvel Studios has a villain problem.

That’s not a new observation, mind you. There have been rumblings and grumblings about it for awhile now (including here), that while the various colorful heroes who are front-and-center for these comic book spectacles are spot-on both in terms of how they’re depicted and how they’re played, they’re rarely given antagonists that can match them in commanding the screen. Sure, Tom Hiddleston’s wayward god Loki is a very notable exception to this rule, as is Vincent D’Onofrio as gargantuan crime boss Wilson “Kingpin” Fisk on Netflix’s superlative Daredevil series.

And yet, even with brilliant actors like Jeff Bridges, Hugo Weaving, Christopher Eccleston, and more having filled out Marvel’s bad guy ranks at one time or another, Loki and Fisk are the outliers rather than the norm. And now here comes Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel’s much-anticipated follow-up to their 2012 blockbuster The Avengers, to serve as exhibit A in this argument. The film takes a performance by the impossibly charismatic James Spader, and purposes it in service of an impossibly dull CGI automaton. It’s a bit perplexing that Ultron manages to get so much right except for the very villain whose name is in the title.

Let’s rewind a bit and talk plot. Picking up from threads left dangling after both the previous Avengers go-round and last year’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier (the arguable high point of Marvel’s grand interconnected experiment), Age of Ultron hits the ground running right from the moment that trademark flipping-pages logo starts, with the titular team of costumed cavorters tracking down remnants of the evil Hydra organization in the far-flung reaches of the world. After taking possession of some of their technology, Iron Man (a.k.a. Tony Stark, a.k.a. Robert Downey Jr.) decides to repurpose it towards a global peacekeeping program called Ultron, that he’s tried unsuccessfully to develop in the past.

Of course, faster than you can say “Ex Machina,” the program achieves sentience, and as tends to happen, it decides the globe would be much more peaceful without all those inconvenient human beings hanging around and causing trouble. This looks like a job for the Avengers! Lucky for us, Marvel has them all locked into longterm contracts for contingencies exactly like this, and soon enough Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johannson), and company are back doing the “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” thing.

Also along this time are newbies Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, a pair of super-powered twins played by Aaron Taylor Johnson and Elizabeth Olson (last appearing together as a married couple in last year’s Godzilla), and a mysterious entity called the Vision (Paul Bettany, who finally gets some actual skin in the game after voicing Stark’s computer JARVIS five times now). Ten pictures into Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, Age of Ultron is at its best when it expands the boundaries of that universe, using our extant goodwill for these characters and their supporting players to allow their different franchises to feed into and out of each other like tributaries and lakes.

Benefiting the most from this approach are actually the characters who don’t currently have their own series, with Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) getting a plum storyline that sure feels like returning writer/director Joss Whedon’s apology for Renner’s “brainwashed stooge” turn for a big chunk of the last Avengers. Also getting more to do this time is Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner (a.k.a. the Hulk). Ruffalo’s previous turn as the conflicted scientist was one of the unquestionable highlights in a movie full of highlights, and he continues to impress this time. Although there seem to be some legal issues preventing another Hulk solo flick, it’d be a shame if the parties involved couldn’t put their heads together and get it figured out.

So, circling back around, the heroes are all great in Ultron. I loved their performances, I loved their arcs, and I loved how the overall Marvel ball was advanced through them. Where it stumbles then is with the baddie. While Ultron eventually ditches the confines of a Stark drone for a custom alien-designed number, there’s simply no depth to his Big Evil Plan (™). Also, despite the “bigness” of the threat, it never really feels as immediate as it needs to, and as a result he’s never particularly intimidating. I realized it was a problem when, in the middle of the big third act brouhaha, I simply lost interest in what was happening onscreen. If four Transformers installments have taught me anything, it’s that it doesn’t matter how many computer effects you dress things up with if I don’t have a rooting interest in the central conflict.

Contrast this with the aforementioned Daredevil (which I just finished watching this past weekend, perhaps inadvertently ruining me for some of this big scale smashy-smashy stuff in the process). For as “ground-level” as the series is, often involving little more than bone-crunching fistfights, I cared about the protagonists, understood the antagonists, and was thus completely invested in the stakes. Contrast this with Avengers, which has now given us two movies in a row climaxing with our heroes pounding away at nondescript hordes of unidentifiable drones. Maybe the Daredevil comparison isn’t the most apt, given the very different tone it’s going for, but nonetheless, it’s meant to exist in the same world and should thus be a valid point of discussion.

Now, just to be clear, I enjoyed this latest Avengers. Yeah, it didn’t blow me away like the first one, but that’s probably understandable given that there wasn’t the same “Holy crap, it’s an actual Avengers movie! I haven’t wasted my life!” factor at play. As I’ve said before, the Marvel Studios operation is so polished by now that we can always expect a certain baseline of quality from their various productions, and this is certainly no exception. Also working in its favor is that we already have a roadmap for the future of the Cinematic Universe laid out in front of us, with Ant-Man arriving later this summer, and Captain America: Civil War coming a year from now. In that sense, and perhaps somewhat appropriately, Age of Ultron works by simply being another cog in the machine. B+

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The superheroes celebrated their defeat of robot villain Ultron in an “SNL” sketch that included a very excited Thor (Chris Hemsworth) doing the “running man.”

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