Where did the Iron Man suits come from in Age of Ultron?
One quick question about Age of Ultron continuity from Iron Man 3 (spoilers) I must have missed something from either film (or it went left unsaid): At the end of IM3 Stark destroys all of his suits, and then obviously in AoU he has one yet again plus his Iron Legion.
The eleventh film in the “Marvel Cinematic Universe”, Avengers: Age of Ultron brings all the heroes together again as they face a technological foe, Ultron, hell-bent on destroying humanity. Needless to say, lots of tall buildings are destroyed amongst witty quips. Joss Whedon’s film is bound to make a fortune and, incredibly, the next eleven films in the series (including a two-part.
Speaking of action scenes, there’s nothing in Age of Ultron even close to the tension of the Air Force One sequence from Iron Man 3, and nothing as charming as the “Time in a Bottle” sequence from X-Men: Days of Future Past. That’s not for lack of trying, as the climax involves one of the biggest set pieces ever rendered. And kudos to Joss Whedon: he’s not Zack Snyder. This never.
Warning: This article contains huge spoilers about Iron Man 3, so if you haven't seen the movie I suggest you to stop reading right now. As you've probably seen by now The Mandarin as we know and.
Age of Ultron feels as much like a product as Iron Man 3. The screenplay is sloppy. Character development is perfunctory when it exists at all. Things come alive during the action scenes but they are more loud and busy than exciting. Dead-end and extraneous subplots abound, stretching out a narrative that would have been better streamlined with 30 minutes trimmed. The dialogue consists mainly.
Paul Rudd's introduction to the MCU was a good-hearted and funny standalone that felt very welcome after the mass destruction of Age of Ultron. It's a bit fluffy compared to some of the MCU movies.
Tony's new Iron Man suit combines the modular design of the Mark 42 from Iron Man 3 with the red and gold color scheme of his armors in Iron Man, Iron Man 2, and The Avengers. The Hulkbuster armor likewise incorporates the technology of the Mark 42 from Iron Man 3, flying out of the sky to Tony's location in pieces and assembling around him.