The world has now seen Avengers: Age of Ultron, but were you too distracted by the murderous robots to notice when the Avengers were speaking?
We love Marvel’s Avengers movies for many reasons, but the dialogue is near the top of the list. Whether our favorite superheroes are joking around together, or considering the future of the human race, they sure know how to deliver a line. The question is: Did you notice, or were you too distracted by the initial Age of Ultron mania, the endless explosions, and — wait, woah — did Hawkeye actually get to say something this movie?
For the sake of clarity, we have used each Avenger’s superhero identity in our quiz, although obviously some of these quotes came from their civilian moments — most of these quotes would have been a mouthful for the Hulk, for example.
So who said it? You get to pick from the old Avengers lineup as well as the new faces who joined them in Age of Ultron. Choose wisely, and then share your results so that you can laud your amazing Age of Ultron knowledge over all of your friends when you get 100%. And if you don’t do as well as you would have liked, that’s just another excuse to see Avengers: Age of Ultron in cinemas again!
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For an in-depth discussion of Avengers: Age of Ultron, both spoiler-free and spoiler-filled, list to our joint Hype and Hero Hype podcast special. You can also read our articles on the missing women of Age of Ultron, and the lack of diversity across the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
If you want to test your Marvel knowledge with more Avengers quizzes, find out how much you remember from the first Avengers movie, or if you can match these Marvel villains to their memorable quotes.
From Hawkeye’s exploding arrows to Captain America’s frisbee skills, see if your favorite Avenger scene made our list of the Avengers’ most awesome moments.
And if you’ve already raced through all of those features, then our “You know you’re an Avengers fan when…” article is made for you.
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