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!
Thor Remembered Cap Can't Get Drunk Off "Human" Liquor
Being a superhuman must be tough. After all, Cap couldn't even help himself to a drink for most of his life. Not until he met Thor, anyway. Without having to ask, Thor gave Steve some of the good, superhuman stuff. From Redditor /u/Campbell_Beans:
In Avengers: Age Of Ultron (2015), Thor gives Captain America Asgardian liqueur without question because as mentioned in The First Avenger (2011), his super soldier serum prevents him from getting drunk.887A worthy detail?
Thor Subtly Honors Loki Throughout The Film
In Thor: The Dark World, Loki fools the world, and of course his simple-minded brother, that he perished. Thor, being the golden hearted superhero he is, memorialized his fallen brother by wearing a lock of Loki's hair throughout Age of Ultron.8510A worthy detail?
Hulk's Pants Were Clearly Made In The Lab
If you've ever wondered how Hulk's pants stretch without immediately tearing, the answer lies in the background of Age of Ultron. It appears that Tony and Bruce make Hulk's stretch pants material in the lab. From Redditor /u/languidlion:
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, Hulk's Stretchy Pants can be seen hanging in Tony's and Bruce's laboratory, implying that they developed them together in the lab.744A worthy detail?
The Battle of New York Was Commemorated
The Battle of New York was one of the best action sequences from any Avengers film, there's rarely a doubt about that. It was also one of the first times the regular world in the MCU was introduced to aliens, presumably. In Age of Ultron, we see that Grand Central Terminal got a touching upgrade. From Redditor /u/LegendaryOutlaw:
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, the clock atop Grand Central Station has been replaced with a memorial to first responders. The original was destroyed in the first Avengers film during the Battle of New York.715A worthy detail?