SPOILERS: New AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Details On 'The Vision''s Creator, 'Ultron''s Body, More

SPOILERS: New AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Details On 'The Vision''s Creator, 'Ultron''s Body, More

<font color=red>SPOILERS:</font> New AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Details On 'The Vision''s Creator, 'Ultron''s Body, More

More Avengers: Age of Ultron details have been revealed by EW, and they this time focus on where Ultron gets his first and second bodies, who actually creates The Vision, the fate of J.A.R.V.I.S., and much more about these two pivotal characters. Hit the jump for all the spoilery details...

It appears as if pretty much everything we thought we knew about The Vision and Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron is wrong, as Entertainment Weekly has revealed plenty of new details about the robotic duo. Firstly, Ultron's first form WILL be one of Tony Stark's destoryed Iron Legion robots, but the A.I. has by this point "been consuming every element of human knowledge, and has reached the conclusion that the thing most threatening the planet is humanity in general—and the Avengers in particular. He’s ranting, confused. Ultron mentions being unsure where he is, and says he had to escape. But doing that meant 'killing the other guy.'" That other guy is J.A.R.V.I.S., something the team soon realises (after Ultron has made his escape) when Tony assures them that his own A.I. should have been there to keep a programme like Ultron under control. Apparently, when he trues to bring up a hologram of J.A.R.V.I.S., all the team sees is "an incoherent image of violence that looks like a digital massacre." In other words, J.A.R.V.I.S. is dead. 
 
Where does Ultron go? Well, he downloads his consciousness into one of the robots being developed by Baron von Strucker at the hideaway which was attacked by The Avengers in the sequel's opening sequence. However, he has whatever is left of J.A.R.V.I.S. with him (which includes full knowledge of every technology Tony Stark has ever manufactured) and builds The Vision, using Iron Man's former companion as a basis, similar to how Wonder Man was used in the comic books. It sounds like he will start off as a villain then before his true self comes to the fore. This is strange, especially as toy packaging claimed that Tony and Bruce Banner create The Vision, but there are a lot of interesting details to digest here nonetheless. Share your thoughts on all this below. 
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