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Chris Hemsworth Calls Joss Whedon A Genius For His AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Script

March 12, 2014
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Over the weekend, "Thor" himself Chris Hemsworth, appeared at Wizard World in Sacramento and was asked about Joss Whedon's highly anticipated upcoming sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron". He confirmed filming begins in London in two months and is expected to last four months. Hemsworth also chatted a bit about the script and his confidence has us very excited.

He stated, "Everything in Avengers is ramped up though. It kind of blew me away reading it. I don't know how Joss does it, but everyone has just gone up another notch and the whole thing is bigger and more insane and crazy. Yeah, he's a genius."

We all know Whedon is a genius, so that's nothing new. But Hemsworth is not known for really talking something up without good reason, so his enthusiasm is definitely rubbing off on us. We learned recently that the events of "Captain America: The Winter Solider" will lead directly into "Age of Ultron". The Chris Evans-starring sequel is getting rave reviews already, after it's first screening (it's absolutely amazing!), so that's a very exciting notion to think that it sets the next epic journey for the superhero ensemble into high gear.

What do you make of Hemsworth's comments? Let us know in the comments section below!

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