Coke vs. Pepsi. Team Cap vs. Team Iron Man. Yankees Vs. Red Sox. Toilet paper over vs. under. So many divisive things in life, yet one of the biggest in recent movie history focuses on Quicksilver. Some prefer X-Men Quicksilver (Evan Peters) over Avengers Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and vice versa. Of course the irony is that both Peters and Taylor-Johnson are friends in real life and even costarred in\u00a0Kick Ass prior to splitting the same character between them.\r\n\r\nEven though it was the same character, they played them vastly different. Sure, they both had their super speed and favored silver as a color (well, gray in Taylor-Johnson's case),\u00a0but there were major differences like age, attire, accents and what not. One of the biggest distinctions is that while Peter Maximoff\u00a0lives happily on in the X-Men world, Pietro Maximoff died tragically while protecting Hawkeye and a little boy in\u00a0Avengers: Age of Ultron.\u00a0Even if you weren't fond of Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver, you still likely found his death (a rarity in the MCU) a bit perplexing. Though no official word has ever come forth, many suspect his death had a lot to do with the proprietary agreement between 20th Century Fox and Marvel (Disney) regarding the Maximoff twins.\r\n\r\nIf you were sad at Pietro's untimely passing, you wouldn't be alone. Peters himself found (the other) Quicksilver's death rather disappointing, too, especially since his friend's take on the character provided a sort of unspoken challenge. Yahoo Movies Senior Editor Kevin Polowy spoke with Peters on the subject:\r\n\r\n\u201cI was devastated by it,\u201d he said. \u201cI really wanted that to keep going. I thought it was cool. I don\u2019t really know why they killed him off.\r\n\r\n\u201cI liked what they did with it.\u00a0It was different. It was a completely different take on it. He had the Russian accent. I mean, they had this swoopy thing with the lines behind, which I thought was really cool, and I don\u2019t know. I thought it was a cool character.\u201d\r\n\r\nPeters went on to elaborate on the concept of trying to outdo\u00a0Taylor-Johnson, and how that might add to his drive to embody Quicksilver better:\r\n\r\n\u201cI thought it could have been a cool competition,\u201d Peters said. \u201cLike, \u2018Oh, they did that with him and that was awesome. Now we\u2019ve got to try to top that with this.\u2019 It could have been a nice little, I don\u2019t know, motivation.\u201d\r\n\r\nCatch the interview here:\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n[iframe id="https:\/\/www.yahoo.com\/movies\/evan-peters-devastated-only-quicksilver-200535467.html?format=embed"]\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nWell, unless\u00a0Marvel decides to resurrect the late Maximoff (there's always Tahiti), looks like Peters is the winner by default. Oh and for that completely badass Pentagon kitchen scene--we can probably give him the medal for that alone.\r\n\r\nX-Men: Apocalypse is in theaters May 27.