Originally Posted by Mr. Dent
That would be cool. Like they all raised him. It would make him all of their child. Would add another layer to his character as well, to see the team literally raise him, while in the comics he went crazy right off the bat when Hank imprinted his brain waves.
Exactly. And sorry to all you Pym fans, but that actually makes Ultron a lot more interesting than he would be with just one person (A person who the audience isn't even familiar with) creating him.
The traditional way makes Ultron personal to only one member of the team, I hope Whedon makes him personal for more than one (if not all) member(s).