'The Avengers 2' director Joss Whedon has revealed he is avoiding rival movie 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' as both films will share a character.
The filmmakers have clashed over the use of Marvel character Quicksilver in their new movies and Whedon insists he doesn't want to have any knowledge of his rival director's movie, which is due for release a year ahead of his eagerly anticipated 'Avengers' sequel.
Quizzed about the speedy superhero being introduced in 'Avengers 2', he said: ''I'm really excited about it and I don't know what they're doing [on 'X-Men']. I'm determinedly not knowing. They'll do their thing, I have to do mine.''
Whedon previously announced he would introduce Quicksilver and twin sister Scarlet Witch in his 2015 follow-up to last year's blockbuster superhero team-up movie.
Meanwhile, Singer has cast 'American Horror Story' actor Evan Peters as the same character in his 'X-Men' flick, which is currently being filmed.
Both 'X-Men' and 'The Avengers' are both adapted from Marvel Comics comic books, however, the film rights are owned by rival movie studios; Disney and Marvel Studios produce 'The Avengers', while Fox is behind the 'X-Men' movie franchise.
Marvel and Disney recently confirmed that Robert Downey Jr. will reprise his role as Iron Man/Tony Stark in 'The Avengers 2' and a third movie, also.