Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been hovering around the role of Quicksilver in The Avengers: Age of Ultron since July, but yesterday came the official confirmation we’ve all been expecting for roughly half a year. The Wrap has the big news, along with the reason why such a super-speedy character was cast at a Mr. Magoo-like rate. It seems that Taylor-Johnson had already been booked up for some time with his Godzilla publicity tour, and it’s taken some time to ensure the actor will be able to both join the Avengers and tell the world how he was almost stepped on by a giant lizard. Elizabeth Olsen, strangely enough, is also a part of Godzilla and Age of Ultron, yet according to Samuel L. Jackson she was good to go a month ago without all these negotiating dilly-dallies.

But now it’s all been worked out, and including Jackson’s slip about Olsen as Scarlet Witch and James Spader‘s casting as Ultron, it looks like all the major new additions for Age of Ultron have been locked in. Of course, there’s still loads of Avengers goodness to be seen before May 1, 2015 rolls around. We’ve yet to obsess of Quicksilver’s costume, his super-speed visual effects and if Taylor-Johnson will sport the same ridiculous pointy silver haircut as his comic book counterpart. Once that’s taken care of, and the same has been done for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy, the Avengers can finally assemble once more.


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