How Avengers: Age Of Ultron Should Have Ended

SPOILER WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you have not seen the movie yet, we might recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.

Did you recently go to see The Avengers: Age of Ultron and wonder what would have happened if Ultron's powers hadn't been limited by JARVIS, and was able to access all areas of modern technology? Well, you might want to check out the video below, because it presents a very different kind of ending for the blockbuster film:

In The Avengers: Age of Ultron, it's noted that JARVIS' backup system is what prevented the titular evil robot from gaining access to missile defense systems and the like, but this latest episode of How It Should Have Ended animates the concept of what would have occurred had the digital menace actually been able to take control of our internet. The chaos begins with Earth's Mightiest Heroes being totally bummed out that they can't check their email or watch cable television, but things only get worse from there. Tony Stark's anti-Hulk device - nicknamed Veronica - is totally neutralized (screaming "I have failed you" as it crashes), and then all of the billionaire, playboy philanthropist's money just completely disappears. That, however, is really nothing compared to the fact that Ultron is able to make Iron Man and War Machine totally useless in a fight.


In this version of the movie, after taking down some satellites and knocking out the Avengers Quinjet, Ultron then seems to play out the rest of the film's plot as seen in theaters - with the members of the superhero team traveling around the globe in the hope of trying to stop the robot from both upgrading himself and creating a giant meteor that will kill everything on the planet. Unfortunately, all attempted heroic efforts wind up being futile, as Ultron is actually able to accomplish his plans (which really doesn't make him too popular with the other villains in town). Basically, this version of the movie would put the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a very different place than it currently stands.

Obviously this is a rather weird and purposefully humorous way that The Avengers: Age of Ultron could have ended, but do you think it makes any good points about the movie? Is there anything that you think the movie didn't do that it should have? Hit the comments with your thoughts/ideas!

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