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LOS ANGELES: The caped crusaders are back in force in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but this time, the evil they battle is bringing them face to face with the darker consequences of being a superhero."Age of Ultron," the sequel to the 2012 Marvel blockbuster "Avengers," will see its star-studded superhero ensemble – Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, The Hulk and Hawkeye – tackle their own fears.The 2013 Superman film "Man of Steel," from Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros, made more than $660 million worldwide."Avengers" became the third-highest grossing film of all-time, and "Age of Ultron," made for $250 million, is expected to match, and possibly surpass, its predecessor's $1.5 billion take at the global box office.
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