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Thanks to various sources around the Internet, we have excerpts from Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige's interview with SFX Magazine, where he talks about the next two big Marvel movies after Captain America: The Winter Soldier, being of which are director Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron and James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy.

First up is the sequel to Marvel's The Avengers, which was the biggest film of 2012, and is the third highest grossing movie of all time. Principle photography begins this March, shooting primarily at London's Pinewood Studios. The entire cast will return along with some new heroes and villains. Kevin Feige offered more insight into how the title came to be, and why Ultron was chosen as the main villain this time out, before explaining the film's roster.

"We didn't want to merely have a '2&#8242 after Avengers so we wanted to give it a subtitle. »


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