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Published On: Wed, Apr 2nd, 2014

‘Avengers Age of Ultron’: Cap’s future, role of Hulk, Hawkeye and power of directors

Captain America: The Winter Soldier arrives in theaters and fans will quickly ask what is next in the new Avengers films and what role will other characters have.

Talking to Joblo in an April 1 interview, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige explained just that, beginning with Cap.

Chris Evans as Captain America in "The Avengers" photo Marvel Studios

Chris Evans as Captain America in “The Avengers” photo Marvel Studios

“I don’t want to give too much away but it is very much a continuation of this story line and sort of going back into The Avengers fold. Steve is now torn between is he just a soldier? You know there is a scene in Winter Soldier where Anthony Mackie asks, “Well what would you want to do if you are not a soldier anymore?” and part of his journey in The Avengers is to answer that question.”

When asked about a sequel to The Incredible Hulk, Feige asks fans to wait until they see Ultron.

“I would love to do [Incredible Hulk 2] with Mark Ruffalo. But part of the fun of Age of Ultron was saying, you’ve seen another Iron Man adventure before, you see another Thor adventure and another Cap adventure, but we haven’t seen the Green Goliath again. So that was important in the characters you haven’t seen – Hulk being one of them and Hawkeye being one of them – Ultron will make up for it. They have very big parts in Age of Ultron. ”

Feige responded to a questions about the collaborative process on Avengers.

“The only way we can work is with a very, very intense collaboration. And I think Joss was aware of that when he signed up for us the first time. It’s still the case this time. But to his credit, he hasn’t said, I directed the third highest grossing movie of all time, I don’t need anybody. He is very, very collaborative and he is also very, very, very good. Just like the Russo’s and like James Gunn right now on Guardians of the Galaxy. We are very lucky to work with people that are so collaborative with us and can elevate our initial idea. Even to elevate something in the way that we weren’t expecting. That’s their job and the best of them are able to do that very, very well. There are things that Joss is doing in Age of Ultron that will be amongst the best elements that we’ve ever brought to the screen.”

Check out the full interview HERE

The Avengers: Age of Ultron is set to release in theaters on May 1, 2015.

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- Stephen is a contributor and writer on The Dispatch. Stephen is the founder and editor for the Steven Spielberg Fan Club website and contributes to pop culture stories on The Dispatch, especially upcoming movie news. Beginning in 2016, Stephen took the role of Managing Editor for the Tampa Dispatch.

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