Avengers: Age of Ultron

Trivia: When all the Avengers are attempting to lift Thor's hammer, Captain America is able to move it slightly. In the comics, Cap is one of the few characters noble enough to be able to lift Thor's hammer (notable others being Storm and Beta Ray Bill).

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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)

Stephen Warouw

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Trivia: Stan Lee makes his customary appearance whilst the Avengers and a load of War Veterans are enjoying a get together. Thor offers a 1,000 year old Asgardian drink to Captain America, and Stan Lee asks for some. (00:25:15)


Trivia: Aaron Taylor-Johnson was apprehensive about joining the cast due to Marvel's intense contracts and schedules. Even after signing on, he was extremely nervous. It wasn't until he found out his character's twin sister was being played by Elizabeth Olsen that he calmed down and really got excited about the project, as they are close friends and had previously played husband and wife in 2014's "Godzilla."

Trivia: Unlike previous movies in the Marvel franchise, there is only one credits extra, and that's in the middle, featuring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet.


Trivia: Scarlett Johanasson was pregnant during filming, and thus had to rely on stunt-doubles moreso than usual. Amusingly, the three stunt-doubled hired to cover for her resembled her so greatly, the cast often would mistake the doubles for her and try to have conversations about the scenes and filming, only to realise they were talking to the "wrong" Black Widow.

Trivia: Near the end of the film, the Vision saves the Scarlet Witch, a possible foreshadowing of the beginning of their romantic relationship from the comics. These characters were married for a long time in the pages of the Avengers and even temporarily had children (it's complicated).

Trivia: Hawkeye's outfit is black and purple, those are his costume's colors in the comics.


Trivia: The innovation on Steve's arm, using a magnet for his shield, is a reference from Avengers Vol. 1 #006 from 1964.


Trivia: When Vision says he's not Ultron or Jarvis, he simply says "I am." "I Am" is one of the names Jehovah/Jesus uses in the Bible.


Trivia: The SHIELD technician on board the Helicarrier at the end of the movie (who announces the lifeboats taking off) also appeared in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as the SHIELD agent who refused to send out the Insight Helicarriers and was threatened by Rumlow.

Brad Premium member

Trivia: The title does not appear until twelve minutes into the film.

Trivia: The Hulk does not have a single word of dialogue in the film.

Trivia: Joss Whedon desperately wanted to have a surprise cameo by upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe heroes Captain Marvel and especially Spider-Man (who he had just learned was going to be rejoining Marvel) during the final scene where we see the new Avengers assembling to train, but he was unable to for time and logistics reasons.

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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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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.

Greg Dwyer

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