"Avengers: Age of Ultron" isn't going to be hitting theaters until May 1, 2015, but filming is underway and some details are starting to come out bit by bit. Well, now it seems as if its coming out in droves. Latino Review revealed on June 10, 2014, that details have emerged which actually may unveil the first full 20 minutes of the film.
Now, usually the amount of detail that has been brought forth is usually what will end up being revealed in trailers and marketing materials, but it's still really early for that. Let it be known that if you don't want to have any sort of SPOILERS for "Avengers: Age of Ultroners: Age of Ultron," then stop reading now.
On Wednesday, June 11, 2014, Disney Company publicist Marshall Weinbaum will have 12 different media outlets the set of "Avengers 2" in Shepperton Studios in England.
During this visit, the small group of journalists will get first looks at the interior of the Avengers Tower in "New York," which was formerly Stark Tower. They will see the inside hangar where the Quinjet resides and possibly some living areas of the team members.
Yes, that tour happens on Wednesday, but Latino Review says they have gotten better info and much more. Again, if you don't want any SPOILERS, stop reading now.
None of this info has been confirmed by Disney or Marvel, and things could possibly change or this may not even be legit at all. Still, Latino Review is rather resourceful and usually right.
You've been warned. And again, this is courtesy of Latino Review:
Avengers: Age Of Ultron will be dense. There is ton of stuff in the sequel. The running time will easily be over two hours. With the first Avengers movie being the 3rd highest grossing movie of all time, Joss Whedon now has the resources and flexibility to pull off what will be Marvel's biggest comic book movie to date. There have been production rewrites that happened to address Scarlett Johanson's pregnancy so the following information is subject to change.
Basically, Age Of Ultron takes place and opens immediately after the Baron Von Strucker post credit scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The opening set piece and big action scene has The Avengers as a team attack that rogue outpost Hyrda cell run by Baron Von Strucker. He has Loki's staff, and also possesses Chitauri weaponry. The Avengers are there to basically clean it all up. But that's not all, Von Strucker also has the corpse of a leviathan!
Quicksilver and Scarlett Witch fight alongside Von Strucker against the Avengers. The Scarlett Witch uses her powers and cast a hex on the Hulk into thinking that the Leviathan is still alive. It's safe to say some serious Hulk smashing ensues. More on Hulk in a minute.
Eventually The Avengers win, capture the staff and the bad guys. The team then goes back to Avengers Tower and have one poppin' party. The whole team takes turns trying to pick up Thor's hammer Mjolnir. This is their party thing. Rhodey (Don Cheadle in Iron Patriot) is in this scene by the way. Tony Stark tries to pick up Mjolnir in his Iron Man armor and the arm accidentally falls off the armor. Oops. Captain America can budge it a tad but can't pick it up! Now they may change this because the canon in the comics is that Cap can pick it up so we will have to wait and see. It will probably freak out hardcore fanboys.
Now about The Hulk. Remember when Mark Ruffalo told Total Film last week:
“[My role’s] even bigger than last time, and it’s more complex and it has more layers and a bit more arc.”
How complex? Well, in the party scene at Avengers Tower, we discover that Banner and Black Widow kinda have a thing for each other. Banner is afraid to consummate anything with her for fear of hulking out and hurting her.
Banner and Black Widow are definitely into each other. Very Buffy and Angel stuff. Very Joss Whedon. But that is not all. We also learn in the party scene that Jane is no longer with Thor! The poor Asgardian is at the bar watching Jane with Richard (Chris O' Dowd's character from Thor: The Dark World). Supposedly, he is ok with it. He's fine. Supposedly.
So there you have it. Again, everything I previously mentioned is subject to change with production rewrites but, that is pretty much the gist of the opening 15-20 minutes of the movie. The opening is pretty much awesome according to my sources and showcases The Avengers as a really good team. They clean up the remaining Hydra cells, they go home, they party.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" hits theaters on May 1, 2015, and stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, James Spader, Jeremy Rennger, and more.