Imagine the following: the antagonist in a Wonderful the movie, or any movie, is revealed to have a reason behind his actions beyond sinful motivations like greed or the like, indicating a particular side of the internet that argues in favor of the villain’s actions; it is the epitome of clockwork.
Perhaps the most memorable of these examples was Thanos’ plight during the Marvel Studios run. Avengers: Infinity War Y avengers endgamewhere he became famous for using the Infinity Stones to wipe out half of all life in the universe indiscriminately, allowing the universe’s finite resources to effectively support life forms everywhere.
Pretty soon, devil’s advocates were wondering if Thanos was right to do what he did, but considering there was also nothing stopping him from simply creating more resources rather than immediately resorting to genocide, we imagine we’re working with a definition. very vague of “Right.”
Such is the case on r/marvelstudios, where a user stepped back in time to apply this same question to Ultron.
After acquiring the Mind Stone, Ultron’s original directive to protect planet Earth placed an additional emphasis on “Earth” and soon identified humans as the greatest threat to the planet, leading to his plan to wipe out Earth. with all human life on Earth.
Once again, we are faced with a very vague definition of “correct”, given that yes, humans are technically the biggest threat to the planet (certainly it wasn’t polar bears that blasted all those holes in the ozone layer), but once we’re talking about extinction-level genocide, it’s probably time to drop that idea.
Thankfully, those who responded were quick to dismiss the idea of giving Ultron the go-ahead.
In the meantime, fans can prepare for #GorrWasRight tweets when Thor: love and thunder Theatrical releases July 8.