Avengers: Age of Ultron
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Continuity mistake: SPOILER - The wounds on Pietro's body change. The most noticeable one is on his right shoulder. The amount of blood decreases too.

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Continuity mistake: When the city takes off it is surrounded by land. However while it is flying it is suddenly over a large body of water, but when it crashes back to the ground it is over land again.

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Continuity mistake: During the party, Natasha has just walked away after flirting with Banner. On the bar behind him is a glass of red cocktail next to a silver cocktail shaker. In all subsequent shots while Captain America is talking to Banner, the two have moved much closer together. (00:27:00)

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Continuity mistake: During the big chase on the streets of Seoul, Capt. America's shield starts out with a few scratches and smudges on it. Towards the end, these disappear.

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Continuity mistake: When Scarlet Witch enters the fight, after Hawkeye's pep talk, there's a payphone booth to her right, several feet away. In shots of her fighting, the double doors are seen behind her. When Hawkeye nods at her, in the next shot of her, she is standing with the phone booth behind her. And then she's not near the phone booth when Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch start to leave.

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James Rhodes: Think I can’t hold my own?
Tony Stark: We get through this, I’ll hold your own.
James Rhodes: You had to make it weird.

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Trivia: When Tony Stark is choosing FRIDAY as his AI companion, there's a card labeled JOCASTA. Jocasta, in the comics, is a robot, member of Avengers, and was created by Ultron. (01:36:55)

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Question: When Scarlet Witch attempts to mind control Hawkeye, he turns it back on her and says something like "Already done the mind control thing...didn't enjoy it the first time." Was this supposed to be an in-joke reference to the fact that Jeremy Renner was publicly bitter about having to spend most of the first film being mind controlled by Loki (which almost got him fired)?

Answer: It's not an in-joke about real life. It's just a direct reference to Loki mind controlling him.

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