Breaking down the possibilities presented by Marvel's classic android
Love, American Android Style
Of course, the Vision isn't the only new character that to be introduced to the world of "The Avengers." Fans will soon meet the Scarlet Witch and her brother Quicksilver as played by Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. As Marvel loyalists know, the Vision and Scarlet Witch have a history as of one of Marvel's most famous and strangest romances. After the Vision turned to the side of the angels, he and Wanda Maximoff fell in love, creating a bond that lasted decades. The characters' blossoming romance could be the film's central dramatic issue, making the potentially cosmic stakes of the Ultron versus Avengers come down to the love shared between two very diverse beings.
It can't be an accident that Joss Whedon is debuting Wanda and Vision in the same film. Could Wanda be the compelling force that could make Vision turn against Ultron? Could this lead to the two becoming the Cinematic U's first and strangest superhero power couple? The conflict engine might be in place as well, as Wanda's hot-headed brother Pietro, who is traditionally opposed to his sister's romance, could easily throw sand in the works and set up an even bigger storyline for the inevitable third Avengers film.