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SEQUEL TO MARVELS THE AVENGERS TO HIT THEATERS MAY 1, 2015

The Walt Disney Studios has announced a release date for Marvel Studios sequel to the biggest Super Hero blockbuster and third highest grossing film of all time, Marvels The Avengers. Joss Whedon returns to write and direct the UNTITLED MARVELS AVENGERS SEQUEL set for release May 1, 2015.

We'll that's awfully quick.

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But they expect you to watch Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ant-Man, and Guardians of the Galaxy in the the mean time. Gotta make time for those. Three years will mean nothing by the time we get to this movie.

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Can we have a decent enemy/villain next time please?

They could always borrow that fart cloud from the 2nd Fantastic Four movie?

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This is probably tied into getting Joss Whedon to direct this upcoming flick.

Marvel's ABC TV Series Greenlit, Titled S.H.I.E.L.D; Joss Whedon Co-Writing & May Direct

Why do I also get a feeling that there will be some tie-in to this movie? I just don't want to have to watch a TV show to explain some obscure reference in the movie.

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Obscue references are fine. Like the Budapest reference by Natasha and Clint. Actually I love tie-ins as long as it doesn't involve major storylines. I mean the way they're doing movies today, where the first movie depends on a sequel to complete a thought, wether it gets made or not, is way more offensive than having a few small storylines go across different media. It's based on comic books after all. Let's face it, we're going to watch it anyway.

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As of right now, only planning to see Thor 2 in the movies. I'm totally gonna skip Guardians and Ant Man. I could maybe see streaming them. I'll probably wait for Winter Soldier on Blu-ray.

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I never saw the first Thor or Cap. Didn't really feel like I needed to before The Avengers. Not sure if that feeling will change before Avengers 2 with Thor and Cap 2.

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Maybe my math is wrong, but I'm pretty sure RDJ made about $80 'mil off of Avenger's and I3. Not too much of a stretch for Whedon to be making around $200 'mil, IMO...

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Wait, no Thanos? Will they play it like Whedon wanted and do a less epic second movie and bring the big guns for the third?

See: Guardians of the Galaxy

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Yeah, I was expecting GotG to be the set up for the cosmic Marvel universe and for the big Thanos threat. Anyways, I like this better. More time to set up the movie universe without a rushed feeling and have it be bigger. That Ant Man movie is still in limbo? That is the idiot who created Ultron.

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http://www.flicksandbits.com/2013/08/02/joss-whedon-talks-the-avengers-age-of-ultron-confirms-its-an-original-story-speaks-on-thanos/53748/

Whether we’ll see Ultron’s creator, Henry Pym, or the android that Ultron himself created, the Vision, Joss Whedon reassures, “We’re not going to see Pym and all the accoutrements. Ultron is more central to the Avengers as they are. But we will explore the idea of lineage, because he was created by us and we’ve got to own that… Then we have the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver and I think that’s plenty, because Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch did not begin their time as friends of the Avengers, so there’s going to be a lot of, well, conflict.”

Asked about the possibility of a ‘multi-studio crossover’ film, Joss Whedon says, “That’s not the plan. It would be cool but I think right now I already have a ton of very talented actors in my movie playing a ton of characters, and I’m about to add a few more. So I’m not like, ‘How can we get more licensed characters because I want to kill myself and make a nine-hour movie.’”

While it’s no secret that the Avengers and X-Men won’t share the big screen any time soon, it was believed that Thanos would provoke Earth’s mightiest heroes to assemble with the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’ This obviously isn’t happening in ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ as the writer/director says, “We have to stay grounded. It’s part of what makes the Marvel universe click – their relationship to the real world. It’s science-fiction, and Thanos is not out of the mix, but Thanos was never meant to be the next villain. He’s always been the overlord of villainy & darkness.”

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