ByChristopher Bozer, writer at
Christopher Bozer

The MCU has been around for almost a decade now, and it has evolved into much more than it originally started as. It all started with 2008's Iron man, that forged a path for all for-coming movies. Marvel continued, and took risks, like producing Thor. It all came together in 2012, with "The Avengers". Which blew it out of the water, breaking several records, and becoming an international hit.

With the original Avengers having much success, how can we be sure, Avengers: Age of Ultron, will stand up to the test, ad prove to be the best movie of 2015?

Years of Hype.

Ever since the original Avengers movie premiered, audiences could not wait for more. There have been leaks, there have bee theories, and more since the release of the Avengers. People could just not stop speculating. Who doesn't like some of their favorite characters team up with one another?

The start of the Civil War.

Audiences, I think will be curious to see how the roots of the civil war will be planted. Will conflict arise in Avengers: Age of Ultron? Only we can guess. What makes this movie great is that there isn't just one conflict. There is several. It ist just Ultron who is their enemy. I am excited to see how the Avengers deal with these conflicts together.

Also Marvel does a great job balancing the conflicts. Marvel understands that audiences don't really need 4 villains in a movie to make it interesting. Marvel throws in team conflict, personal crisis, and much more subtle but prominent conflicts within their movies.

Marvel has success with risks, so they're bound to have a home run with Avengers: Age of Ultron

Marvel has take many risks with their movies and have always had success. When Thor was announced, people were unsure how the movie would go. But ever since Thor was released, people knew that Marvel could make a movie about almost anyone and make it good. With more recent success of the Guardians of the Galaxy, it is almost set in stone that Marvel can create hits.

Avengers Age of Ultron is different. It inst so much of a risk. If Marvel has success with obscure movies, Then they should blow it out of the water with a familiar franchise. Also there is also a lot of knowledge about incoming characters, such a quicksilver, since he was introduced by FOX's X-Men. People know who is coming and don't have to worry about failures.


Avengers: Age of Ultron is stepping it up by giving us more conflict, more superheroes, and more depths. Ultron is more than the Avengers have ever had to handle, and from what has been revealed, it looks pretty grim and bleak for their universe. Audiences and my self are excited to see how such a massive foe is defeated, and what happens to each of the Avengers and newly introduce characters.


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