ByMark Newton, writer at Creators.co
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Mark Newton

is known to be a pretty secretive guy. He knows a lot of people love his movies and he knows how to keep them hyped with even the most minute piece of information. Whedon can't so much as sneeze without the internet's legions of comic book fans speculating on what it could mean.

Well, today we've got something better than a sneeze. Real English words arranged into sentences. Better yet, they refer to The Avengers: Age Of Ultron. In a recent interview to discuss his upcoming Much Ado About Nothing (that's right, Whedon also does Shakespeare), Whedon dropped some very exciting hints about The Avengers 2. First, he explained how he would be approaching this second outing:

When I first considered doing Avengers 2, my first question was what can I do that's new? Because I can't make it bigger....but I can make it better.

And how is he going to do that? Well, Whedon had a very simple answer:

Death, death and death. [crowd applauds madly]

Did Whedon really mean this, or was he just being his typical joker self? We don't know, but one thing is for sure, with Thanos expected to appear in The Avengers 2, a lot of death is kind of expected. It could even be all out Civil War.

Could Whedon be spelling disaster for one of The Avengers? Let us know what you think below.

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