"Avengers: Age of Ultron" To Have A Chilling End According to RDJ

In a new interview with Collider, Avengers: Age of Ultron star Robert Downey, Jr. explained that he's "a very tolerant consumer" of big, splashy action movies in spite of how flooded the market is becoming with superhero films.

With all the sequels, prequels, spinoffs and competition Marvel is facing, he said, the films themselves still have the ability to be affecting -- so much so that he got chills reading the Age of Ultron script:
I love these kinds of movies. So I feel like I’m just a very tolerant kind of consumer with these things, but I also feel like the half-life of – if you noticed just how flooded the market is becoming and likely to become potentially even more so – I think that there has to be a bit of a transcendence of formula. And so without giving too much away I think, and why I generally just kind of like stamped it when the first draft came in, is because I thought, “Oh wow, it didn’t fall into that trap.” And I read the last page and I got chills for a reason I definitely can’t explain. [Laughs] But there’s a lot of new talent coming in, with Aaron Taylor Johnson and obviously Lizzie Olsen. Just even seeing Paul Bettany within a thousand miles of the set where we’re shooting is just like, “Wow. This is going to be really cool.

What could all this mean?
Well with Kevin Feige confirming a reformed team at the end of Age of Ultron, this could mean an end to an Avenger's life.


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