Before the “Avengers: Age of Ultron” movie hit theaters worldwide, talks of Quicksilver dying in the film surfaced online.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead] Indeed, the brother of Scarlet Witch passed away blocking some bullets for Hawkeye.
Now that may come as a shock to many fans, it seems like there is still hope for Aaron Taylor Johnson’s character.
Taylor-Johnson spoke with Cinema Blend about Quicksilver and shared some interesting info about Quicksilver.
“It’s [the] Marvel universe.” Taylor-Johnson said.
“It was very much our intention to kind of go the way we did.
There was a costume designed for whether…
if I didn’t [die].
Which was ****ing really cool.
I was like, ‘Oh my God.'” He continued, “I’m not sure if I really can really go down that realm, but you know, yeah, it was definitely an alternative, that I think they had to play with.
But, it was very much set from the very beginning, and Joss had in mind to tell the story that he told…
and I was very game for that, as well, because I think it really gives [the movie] sort of an emotional twist to it.
A surprise.” With that said, it seems like fans will get to see him back in the “Avengers 3” cast in a new outfit.
For those asking how that might be possible, enter “Terrigen Mist.” It is a substance used by a race called Inhumans which can alter Inhuman biology.
Here’s how it was used by Quicksilver as quoted from Wikipedia .
“The inhabitants of the Marvel Comics universe have believed that Terrigen Mists were toxic for regular Homo sapiens.
When the depowered mutant Quicksilver subjected himself to the Mist, he gained the ability to travel through time as an acute enhancement to his former super-speed.
Luna, Quicksilver’s half-human half-inhuman daughter, gains psychic abilities from the Mists allowing her to see emotional auras emanating from individuals,” as stated in the website.
Although this is too far-fetched compared to the ending of “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” a few modifications could still do the trick.