More “Avengers: Age of Ultron” plot speculation emerges.
Fans are making more sense out of the scattered clues on the trailers (leaked or legit) and analytical minds formulate possible conclusions.
One exciting theory is that Ultron may be a bigger threat than we have thought-he may even become invincible!
From Movie Pilot, a theory stated that Ultron, just like any other tech product, is constantly upgrading.
But since he’s sentient, he can do so himself-without any regulation or limit! “Ultron is constantly upgrading himself to become better.
This is a constant thing, (think Tony Stark making new suits all the Freaking time!) So throughout the movie Ultron is becoming a stronger villain.
In the comics anytime he is defeated, he corrects whatever flaw or error that led to his shiny ass to be stomped, so that he couldn’t be stopped the same way.
I think that Ultron will duplicate himself to execute his plans, which according to that first synopsis is human extinction.
The many copies become an army that seizes control of the USA.
Possibly the world.
Of course making the world point fingers at those that failed to stop him the first time (Avengers) once the fighting stops.” What happens next? The Avengers are forced to run and scamper with Thor getting lost somewhere.
Tony Stark is seen on a different location (not Avengers/Stark Tower): “The one line that gives me the most cause to think that it is a long fight is Tony telling someone that ‘This is the end of the path I started us on.’ This can mean many things to many people, but I hear that either he blames himself for kickstarting the whole super hero team thing by outing himself as Iron Man in the first place, or more likely that he regrets tinkering with Ultron to begin with led to very disastrous consequences.
The background while he says this is alo a clue as the the length of the fight.
The are on the run, hiding.
Where? The kid’s updated lab barn from Iron Man 3.
Someplace hidden that also provides tech to work with.
If the Avengers have to hide, then the threat must be larger than them.” If Ultron becomes an epic threat, how will the Avengers defeat him? That’s a different set of theories altogether but what we can take away from this is that “Age of Ultron” may offer some surprises and the reality of “Avengers: Infinity War” should not be an assurance that all will be well with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.