As mentioned in the previous article, the sequel to The Avengers will be titled The Avengers: Age of Ultron. This is the second and final bit of news that I'll go into any depth into regarding SDCC 2013. Let's talk some of the decisions they're making with the follow up to the third highest box office pull of all time. First of all, the 2015 film will have absolutely nothing to do with the on-going, oddly-familiar-sounding series Age of Ultron by Brian Michael Bendis.
The other bit of information announced regarding the Avengers sequel is the actual creation of Ultron. Whedon announced: "The other thing is in the origin story there was Hank Pym, so a lot of people assumed he was going to be in the mix, but he's not". Well, just what the hell is that about? Hank Pym's going to be starring (presumably, although there are a few other Ant-Mans? Ant-Men? out there) in the Ant-Man movie, directed by quite possibly my favorite director Edgar Wright. So, wouldn't it stand to reason that Hank would have some involvement in the creation of that character he created? It's also worth noting that Whedon said that he's not going to "be in the mix", probably meaning he won't appear at all and will probably be saved for The Avengers 3.