According to Flickering Myth on Saturday, an interview with Chris Hemsworth on “Avengers: Age of Ultron” revealed a discussion about a lengthy, catastrophic fight scene between Ultron and the Avengers in the comic book movie. Also, a dream made indicative by Scarlet Witch shows Thor something. This looks like it ties into the short sequence of the Captain America and Iron Man log chopping scene where Tony Stark is wondering where “Thor is going for answers” and the fact that “they don’t know what the Maximoff kid showed him.”
Apparently, it seems Ultron’s opposition is personal in nature against the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Hemsworth thinks that his character Thor believes this could all tie into the rest of the films. Agent Coulson of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” would likely coin this as the “defining moment” for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
According to Hemsworth, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” picks up where he left off in “Thor 2” where he took on the Dark Elves and encountered the next Infinity Stone that is coveted by the Mad Titan Thanos. He’s still on Earth, according to Hemsworth, and is a part of the Avengers team. From what was found out in the interview, the threat is so great that they are “scratching their heads” trying to find out how to vanquish this beastly villain, voiced by NBC’s “The Black List’s” James Spader.
The team wonders if this is something that can even be stopped and this could bring forth yet an even sizable threat in the future. It seems the outcome of “Avengers 2” could impact the rest of the Marvel Studios line-up of films. Hemsworth also claims that Thor could state, “Hang on, there’s a whole universe here which is signaling something else.”
Movie spoilers indicate that Iron Man/Tony Stark dukes it out yet again against the God of Thunder in a quite a destructive fashion. In the first “Avengers” film, it seems there was just an act of deforestation with Captain American intervening. Now, fans can take joy in seeing yet another battle between the billionare playboy, genius, and philanthropist.
Hemsworth also mentioned that the Scarlet Witch’s attempt to bring forth a dream that yet to come, showing off what could be the Avengers’ “worst fears.” That being said, it looks like Thor knows what’s up and in the brief log chopping sequence between Captain America and Iron Man, it seems they are wondering what Thor has seen through the “Maximoff kid.”
Joss Whedon’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is set to release on May 1.