Senior Staff Writersuper powered siblings will serve as villains presenting quite a few obstacles for the Avengers.
They’re on Team Ultron, which makes things really hard for the Avengers because all of sudden they’re dealing with powers that they’re not used to, director Joss Whedon tells EW.Quicksilver actor, Aaron Taylor Johnson offered his thoughts to EW about the sibling relationship, explaining
When you look in the comic books, you see a lot of the time that she’s always sort of mothering him, he’s like the father figure and she’s like the mother figure. Emotionally, she can stabilize him, and he protects her physically, visa versa. So they have this beautiful connection and it’s kind of them against the world.Whether they end up as strictly villains, or make a transition into life as hero's, comic book fans could care less since two fan favorite characters will be making an appearance in the Marvel films universe. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!