And a dash of “Kick-Ass” comes to the high profile sequel “The Avengers: Age of Ultron”. One cinematic Ikon in Aaron Taylor-Johnson stays under the growing Marvel brand, especially in what is already a hailing benchmark film for the superhero genre..
Taylor-Johnson takes to the developing production for the all-star Marvel heroes team in assuming the roll of the speedster Quicksilver, according to reports off the wellspring news put forth by Latino Review. A top billing speedster within the Marvel Universe, a dual casting call for two different films has put the mutant blink-of-an-eye sprinter within a billboard lens before either Marvel’s new go-to creative Joss Whedon on “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” or director and executive producer Bryan Singer’s next Xavier’s Academy-premised flick had made substantive process in their projects.
Like most out of the X-Men comics canon, Quicksilver’s origin is bound in the meta-human discovery that interplays with events during his formidable years. Pietro Maximoff comes into his phenomenal rpm ability after his gypsy foster parents and sister by blood are beset by a roused village mob seeking vigilante justice. While the character owns a pivotal part in the X-Men legacy, Marvel Comics fastest mutant sustains a pole position within the The Mighty Avengers history.
The character later assembles into a membership mostly in part due to his sister the Scarlet Witch. A character that made headlines courtesy of a Samuel L. Jackson interview last week.
Between the theater showings of last summers “Kick-Ass 2” and its 2010 titular predecessor, the British actor has been seen in “Chatroom” and Oliver Stone’s “Savages”. Prior to appearing in a dashing role as Maximoff in “The Avengers: Age of Ultron”, Taylor-Johnson will take another giant-step forward in his Silver Screen career within another big budget: 2014s “Godzilla”.