Marvel Finally Made Age Of Ultron’s Title Make Sense

What If…? episode 8 unleashed Ultron and the Infinity Stones on the MCU, and now the title for Avengers: Age of Ultron finally makes sense.

Warning: This article contains spoilers for What If…? episode 8.

Marvel’s What If…? unleashed Ultron on the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Multiverse, and now the title for Avengers: Age of Ultron finally makes sense. What If…? episode 8 was a direct follow-up to episode 7, showing Ultron (voiced by Ross Marquand) using the Infinity Stones to destroy various planets. After destroying his universe, Ultron discovers the Watcher (Jeffrey Wright) and realizes there are other universes to raze as well. The pair of god-like beings engage in battle across space and time, but the Watcher is outmatched. The Watcher turns to a corrupt version of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to save the Multiverse, hoping they can take down Ultron together.

In Age of Ultron, Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.) plan for saving the world goes awry. Ultron (voiced by James Spader in the film) is a powerful AI that Stark originally wanted to use in the wake of Loki’s (Tom Hiddleston) attack on New York. Unfortunately, Ultron realizes that humans are the most significant threat and takes steps to wipe them all out. He even tries to commit global genocide, planning to use Sokovia to create a meteoric impact and wipe out life on Earth. However, the Avengers foil his plan to take on a synthesized body, and instead, the heroes create Vision (Paul Bettany). Along with the new hero, the Avengers defeat Ultron.

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