Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron is ready to debut in theaters in about a month, finally giving viewers the opportunity to witness the brawl between The Avengers and Ultron.
Since the films announcement, numerous rumors and speculations have found themselves on the web, from Captain Marvel's alleged casting to Spider-Man appearing during the end credits. One rumor that has been constantly following the film is the alleged running time. Rumor has it that the second installment of 'The Avengers' will run for about three hours, that is until 'Avengers' director Joss Whedon shot that rumor down.
During an interview with Buzzfeed, Whedon revealed that Age of Ultron is actually a minute shorter than its predecessor. In other words, viewers can expect Age of Ultron to run for roughly 142 minutes.
As with most Marvel films, viewers are encouraged to sit through the entire film if they would like to take part of the goodies that Marvel hands out during their famous end-credit scenes.
Are you relieved that Age of Ultron won't be three hours long, or are you disappointed? Let us know in the comments below!
Avengers: Age of Ultron is set to hit theaters May 1, 2015.
Are you disappointed that 'Age of Ultron' won't be three hours like it was originally rumored to be?