This looks like it could be good. They're getting a couple of DC characters in the movie also.
I still haven't seen the latest Captain America (It's the prequel along with Iron Man 3 and Thor 2.) I wasn't a fan of the first Captain America so I didn't bother to see the sequel. I liked Thor, Thor 2 was okay (I didn't get into it as much as I'd have liked,) and I loved Iron Man 3, probably more than 1 & 2.
How did I forget that Disney ALSO owns Marvel? Google's taking over the internet and Disney is taking over the movies!
Here's a few excerpts of what's to come.
Entertainment Weekly's latest issue has a huge 11-page spread on the "Avengers" sequel, revealing what to expect from possibly the biggest movie of 2015.
We find out a bit about how the Avengers team reassembles after the
last film, what's going on with the additions of Elizabeth Olsen and
Aaron Taylor-Johnson as new characters Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, and how villain Ultron comes into play.
After "Thor 2," "Iron Man 3," and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," our superheroes are pretty much in retirement mode.
Thor has given up his right as the leader of Asgard, Captain America
has gone off in a search of his friend Bucky, and Tony Stark rid of all
his Iron Man suits.
According to EW, the Avengers team now wants someone — or something —
else to take the lead when it comes to fighting off villains.
a drone that was originally built by Hank Pym (the original Ant-Man) in
the comics back in 1968. This time; however, he'll be built by Stark
(Robert Downey, Jr.) as a means of protection gone awry.
"The 'Avengers' sequel begins with
Stark's latest plan to fix the world: Ultron will be an all-seeing,
all-knowing captain of the Iron Legion, a planetary force of robotic
beat cops that resemble blue-and-white versions of the Iron Man suit but
have no human core ... If it all works out, the superheroes can just
sit back. It does not work out.
"In a bid to give his creation a dose of
humanity, Stark programs Ultron (James Spader) with elements of his own
personality—which proves to be Mistake No. 1 ... It seems our new robot
overlord is an absolutist with all of Stark's cynicism but none of his
Whedon says the Scarlet Witch will be
able to "harness magic and telekinesis." She'll be able to get "inside
your head and move objects." From the article, it also sounds like she's not completely in control of her psychic abilities.