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Still coming off your adrenaline rush after seeing Avengers: Age of Ultron? Did you go to sleep that night with visions of Vision dancing around your head? Do you feel like you missed something hidden in the movie? Relax, Ranker Comics has a list of 27 Easter Eggs you might have missed!
These hidden little goodies not only build on the MCU that we have fallen in love with but also hint at future movies in the franchise! These Marvel movies are all connected and it's time to find out where Age of Ultron fits into the larger picture. We have gone through every inch of film and and sorted out as many Marvel goodies as we could find. The collection includes homages to other films, references to the comics and even details that had to be changed for the film's script. Joss Whedon was able to sprinkle in his own references to his favorite movies and comics, and meddling executives were able to sprinkle in details for the upcoming Marvel movies! Everyone had a favorite moment in the movie, so let us know what you loved!
Hey, no one is perfect! So if we missed one, or if something comes to light later, let us know!
Board the Quinjet and affix your earpiece, you're going on a mission with Ranker Comics to find every Easter Egg in Avengers: Age of Ultron! We've gathered them all for you to vote on and maybe you'll even learn something about Marvel's Phase 3!
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The Avengers Visit Wakanda
In Ultron's journey to acquire vibranium (the stuff that Captain America's Shield is made from), the robot villain takes a trip to acquire a shipment from Ulysses Klaue in the fictional African country of Wakanda. Those in the know are aware that Wakanda is the home to future Avenger Black Panther, and could possibly be the set location for his solo film.
For those of you wondering why Anthony Mackie's Falcon didn't have a larger role in Age of Ultron need to look no further than Captain America: Winter Soldier. Falcon says that he has been busy with a 'missing person's case' which hints at the continued effort to find Bucky Barnes.
Everyone loves a good Stan Lee cameo in the MCU movies. The great thing about his appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron is the fact that Lee is actually a WWII vet! Not only that, but he got to drunkenly mumble his catchphrase "excelsior."
During the Hulk vs. Hulkbuster Iron Man fight scene, Tony angers the Green Goliath by bringing up his alter ego. Tony jokes to himself that he shouldn't have brought up "puny Banner," which is a reference to the comics, and all those times the Hulk called Bruce the same thing.