: there is no way around not having Simon,
: even if it is just a small flashback part to
: a fallen Avenger. I actually think his whole
: story would make a good subplot for future
: Avengers' movies. The first could open up
: with Wonder Man already planted on the team
: by Zemo and "dying" right off the
: bat. This sets up the Vision and Wondy's
: return for future movies. Plus, a CGI ionic
: Wonder Man would look pretty cool!
Why would they bother throwing convoluted backstory at a movie audience like that? To succeeed, the movie has to be much, much more than comics fans. Today's movie fans are well aware of basic AI concepts and you'd hardly need SImon Williams' presence to explain how the Vision can think and feel. Don't seriously expect a movie version of Vision to drag Wonder Man along with him.
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