Marvel's most anticipated movie, The Avengers: Age of Ultron's opening scene description has been leaked online.
According to a report in Empire Magazine, the opening scene will tease the root of discord in the Avengers squad and is going to be evident from Age of Ultron's opening minutes.
The magazine reported that the movie will kick off with a Bond-like action sequence that will find the Avengers paying a visit to an Eastern European castle where Hydra's Baron Von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) has been hiding out with Loki's sceptre.
The magazine also gave us a detailed description of the scene that follows, where the Earth's mightiest heroes are en route to Avengers Tower for their victory celebration.
"As Stark is flying the ship, [Robert] Downey Jr. goes and sits in the pilot's seat. [Jeremy] Renner lies down on a table in the middle of the jet and clutches his stomach while a fake drip is attached to his arm. It's clear that, whatever went down at von Strucker's, it has left the Avengers' ace archer in considerable distress.
As the dialogue plays out, it becomes clear that [Mark Ruffalo's] Bruce Banner has Hulked out, or what he calls a "code green," during the assault on Strucker's fortress, and is deeply troubled by it. [Scarlett Johansson's] Natasha tries to reassure him – 'If you hadn't been there, there would have been double the casualties.' Banner replies, 'You know, sometimes exactly what I want to hear isn't exactly what I want to hear.'
Seeking back-up, Natasha turns to [Chris Hemsworth's] Norse god. 'Thor, report on the Hulk?' she asks. Hemsworth immediately lights up and lets rip with a rousing tribute to all the violence unleashed by the Hulk, filled with words like 'screams' and 'victims' and 'whimpering.' Seeing that it has the opposite effect to that intended on Banner, the God of Thunder turns God of Blunter, stammering and stumbling, digging himself deeper into a hole."
Judging by the description, the opening minutes will establish two key plot lines in Age of Ultron - Bruce Banner aka Hulk's (Mark Ruffalo) issues with the Avengers squad and the evolved relationship between Bruce and Natasha (Scarlett Johansson).
Also, with Hawkeye seriously wounded, Stark will turn to the Ultron program as a way of boosting the Avengers' forces without risking their lives, thus creating the villainous Ultron.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron releases in theatres on May 1st, 2015.