Matt Singer March 30, 2018 Marvel Share on Twitter Share on Facebook In The History of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, ScreenCrush editor-in-chief Matt Singer looks back at every film in the MCU to date, leading up to the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War on April 27. Previous chapters can be found here. Chapter 11: Avengers: Age of Ultron Director: Joss WhedonWriter: Joss WhedonRelease Date: May 1, 2015U.S. box office: $459 millionWorldwide box office: $1.4 billionRotten Tomatoes rating: 75 percentMetacritic score: 66Letterboxd average grade: 3.2CinemaScore: A What Holds Up By the end of the first Avengers, Joss Whedon had assembled an incredible team of heroes. The biggest and most consistent pleasure in Age of Ultron is just watching all of these great characters back together. The first film built to that incredible Battle of New York sequence, and that jaw-dropping long take. Age of Ultron opens with a crazy long take of all six Avengers charging into action, and the team’s banter is terrific. A few scenes later, the Avengers celebrates their victory with a party at Stark Tower featuring special guests like Don Cheadle’s War Machine, Anthony Mackie’s Falcon, and Stan Lee’s Umpteenth Cameo Guy. In an MCU highlight, the Avengers each take turns trying to pick up Thor’s enchanted hammer, which can only be lifted by one who is “worthy” of… Read full this story
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