MCU’s Ultron Returns to Live Action for the First Time Since Avengers 2

One of the Avengers’ most infamous villains has a habit of not keeping quiet, at least when it comes to appearing in new content. First seen in the appropriate name Avengers: Age of Ultron, the titular synthezoid reappeared as a villain of galaxy-destroying power in What if…?. Now he returns in live-action once again to harass a new generation of Avengers.

Aboard the Disney Wish cruise line, fans of the MCU can experience an all-new cinematic dining experience that turns out to be quite the team-up story. As previously reported, MCU veterans Anthony Mackie (Sam Wilson/Captain America) and Brie Larson (Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel) are back to bring some excitement to the show alongside Iman Velani’s Kamala Khan/Ms. Miracle. The Avengers have gathered to defeat a dastardly foe with guests who are at the center of the action.

Footage from the attraction provides a glimpse into Ultron’s return to live-action.

Ultron Eyes Quantum Power aboard Disney Wish

The Marvel Multiverse Youtube channel shared glimpses of Ultron’s attack on the cruise ship and his ensuing battle with the Avengers. However, he is not alone; the metallic menace has brought in a legion of its best bots to force the Avengers into submission.

Ultron: “So this is where they keep the kids…”

Ant-Man: “That’s a weird opening line. Think fast!”

Avengers: Quantum Encounter

Ultron emerges from the shadows and sees Ant-Man at work securing the Quantum Regulator. When Scott attempts a quick attack, it proves slightly less than effective.

Ultron: “Seriously?”

Ant-Man: “Yeah… That didn’t do anything.”

MCU's Ultron Returns to Live Action for the First Time Since Avengers 2
Avengers: Quantum Encounter

Ultron moves Scott out of the way quite easily as he gets to the Regulator, one step closer to achieving his goals in this new story.

Ultron: “Oh get out of my way!

MCU's Ultron Returns to Live Action for the First Time Since Avengers 2
Avengers: Quantum Encounter

With Ant-Man out of the way (for now), Ultron absorbs the Regulator’s power and becomes an even more formidable enemy in the process.

Ant-Man: “Let’s say Ultron absorbed the regulator. Can I use the quantum cores as a weapon to target him?”

MCU's Ultron Returns to Live Action for the First Time Since Avengers 2
Avengers: Quantum Encounter

Throning with newfound vigor, Ultron stalks the hallways in search of Scott. The smallest Avenger thinks on his feet and devises a way to turn the tables on the synthezoid.

The full video can be viewed here. Ultron appears from 3:23.

Could Ultron’s Return Herald More Classic Villains?

While Ultron’s appearance in the video is brief, it’s very clear that he plays an important role in the attraction. How the Avengers can stop him is up to the passengers of the Disney Wish to find out.

What’s especially interesting about Ultron’s appearance here is that he’s a villain that the Avengers finally defeated. While some stay on the big, Ultron is done and dusted from both Age of Ultron and What if…?. Since the MCU-themed rides at Disney Parks are non-canon, the decision to include Ultron may indicate there’s no limit to who can show up.

Avengers: Quantum Encounter could herald a hall of fame tour for fan-favorite villains, opening the door for guests at Disney Parks, and aboard cruises to experience battles with Loki, Thanos, Red Skull, Baron Zeemo, and more. much more .

Although Ultron remains defeated, the MCU still has many perils in store for its heroes. The next project is Thor: Love and thunder, debuts in theaters only on July 8.

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