London: ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ director Joss Whedon says there’s a “thin wall” between friendship and “chaos” for the superheroes.
Joss Whedon admits there’s a “thin wall” between friendship and “chaos” for The Avengers.
The 50-year-old film-maker, who directed the eagerly-awaited ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’, has hinted the new movie will see plenty of ups and downs between the various superhero characters.
He told Marvel: “There are two things you really want to see, I think, in the second Avengers. You want to see them getting along, and you want to see them not getting along.
“What we find is they can get along great, they’re a team, but it’s a thin wall between that and chaos. They do get kind of torn apart a little bit.”
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson have been cast in the roles of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver respectively, and Whedon has revealed their additions will prove crucial to the movie.
He explained: “I wanted to be able to shoot something that was kind of poetic and strange – and her magic and his speed and the way they are and the way they hate The Avengers – it just adds so much to the palette. The two of them are just ridiculously great too.”