Originally Posted by jaqua99
Which is what I don't like. That's not who the Vision is.
I will be a bit disappointed if Ultron doesn't play a role in the Vision's creation.
Yeah, but odds are we'll see something similar to what happened in Ultron's first appearance in the comics happen, in regards to JARVIS.
In Ultron's first appearance, he "hypnotized" Edwin Jarvis into working for him.
How I see it working in the film is, JARVIS is The Avengers' plan A in terms of dealing with Ultron. However, it blows up in their faces as JARVIS, in his initial attempt to hack Ultron, is turned and used against them, with JARVIS' knowledge of all things Stark, SHIELD, and Avengers being used to cripple the team. Furthermore, JARVIS uses Tony's resources to create a physical form for himself, and eventually Ultron and his army, while doing Ultron's bidding, as well as contain himself (and Ultron) where they can't be reached. Because knowing Tony, he would probably attempt to create a virus of some sort to take out Ultron, but it wouldn't work if they can't actually reach him via usual channels.
And of course, JARVIS would eventually be reverted and be used against Ultron.