Joss Whedon just shocked San Diego Comic Con (again) by closing Marvel Studios’ Hall H panel with the official title to the sequel for last year’s “The Avengers.” On May 1, 2015, “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” will be theaters. Whedon then unveiled some teaser footage that included a CGI rendering of Ultron. Seconds later, Marvel released the new logo above.

This news comes as a huge shock and sparks so many questions. “Age of Ultron” was the latest Marvel crossover event that unfolded in the comics over the past few months, so the turnaround to film is very fast. How much the film will be influenced by the comic remains to be seen. There is also the question of where this leaves Thanos given the assumption that he would be the big baddie after that mid-credits teaser in the first film.

Regardless of the questions, there is going to be plenty of excitement and sales for “Age of Ultron” are going to get an immediate boost. It’s another win for Marvel!

UPDATE: Empire has spoken with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, who said that while “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” has borrowed its title from the comic book event, the film is not related to that arc. That answers one question, now what about Thanos?