Avengers: Age of Ultron did a lot of things right. It gave MCU fans one of the best scenes in the franchise, where Earth's mightiest heroes interact with each other casually at a party. You'll be suprised to find that many of the details fans found in Avengers: Age of Ultron actually alluded to major events.
Plenty was revealed in Age of Ultron, but only to those paying close attention. This film is rife with background details and comic book Easter eggs that'll make the next watch feel like the first time. Vote up the most interesting details fans found in Avengers: Age of Ultron!
The Russos Actually Confessed That Cap Was Putting On A Show
The party scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron should honestly be in the Library of Congress. It's great for a lot of reasons, mainly watching superheroes engage with other when there's booze around. Everyone remembers when Cap struggles to pick up Mjilnor, but he was actually just putting on a show. During an episode of the Happy Sad Confused Podcast, Anthony Russo stated:
"In our heads, he was able to wield it. He didn’t know that until that moment in Ultron when he tried to pick it up. But Cap’s sense of character and humility and, out of deference to Thor’s ego, Cap in that moment realizing he can move the hammer, decides not to."17515A worthy detail?
Hawkeye's Newborn Son Reveals A Sweet Tribute
Avengers: Age of Ultron introduces us to and takes us away from Pietro Maximoff, Wanda's brother, Quiksilver. He heroically gave his own life to save Hawkeye and others civilians during the Battle of Sokovia. When Hawkeye shows off his newborn son at the end of the film, there's a sweet tribute revealed on the baby's onesie. From Redditor /u/Blue-beatle:
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, Hawkeye sends Black Widow a video of his new born son. On his onside we can see he is named after Quicksilver, Pietro Maximoff.1378A worthy detail?
Rhodey Memorialized The Fallen From The Battle Of Sokovia
It looks like the Battle of Sokovia hit War Machine a little harder than the others. Rhodey memorialized the fallen bots on his armor, which appeared in Captain America: Civil War. From Redditor /u/EAZYG247:
In Captain America: Civil War, if you look closely on the right side of War Machine’s chestpiece, you can see tally marks of kills in the form of tiny Ultron heads, referencing the battle for Sokovia in Age of Ultron.10810A worthy detail?
Heimdall Hints At The Existence Of Hela
Thor has a few visions in Age of Ultron, and there's a ton of hidden details that are way too easy to miss. Aside from the obvious plot against Ultron, Thor gets a glimpse at Asgard through Heimdall. Not even the God of Thunder could've caught small patch of dialogue in passing. From Redditor /u/Yvsh:
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, during Thor's vision, Heimdall calls the first son of Odin and not the first child because Hela is his first born.11417A worthy detail?