This is clearly full of spoilers for the opening of The Avengers: Age of Ultron, so turn away if you don't want to be spoiled. Don't complain about it in the comments either. If you're on the fence about reading this, know that I believe this to be a minor set of spoilers that reveal the opening of the movie and none of the actual, vital plot details. This is basically the first ten pages of a 12 part comic mini-series. Also, all of this gibes with what I know about the movie, so I think El Mayimbe at Latino Review nailed this one.
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The Avengers like to party! This is the big takeaway from Latino Review's 'plot details' spoiler post about The Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you've been reading this site for a while you've seen me drop hints about some of this stuff, so I'm glad I get to talk about why I think Age of Ultron is going to rule: because The Avengers throw a party. After defeating Baron von Strucker in an opening scene action sequence, the Earth's Mightiest Heroes retire to Avengers Tower and have a hoedown. WHICH IS AWESOME. In a time when Batman is fighting Superman, The Avengers will be throwing back some drinks together and having fun. I can add to Latino Review's report here: it's been previously revealed that Rhodey shows up in the film - this is the scene. He's hanging out and having fun.
Some of that fun includes trying to lift Thor's hammer, which can only be wielded by the worthy. In the comics Captain America is totally worthy enough, but according to Latino Review the MCU version might not be. Does that make you mad? It sort of makes me mad. I try not to be too much of a nerd about this stuff but, come on! Cap can totally lift Mjolnir.
The biggest piece of information that Latino Review spills is the fact that Bruce Banner and Natasha Romanoff have a relationship. It's a complicated one, though, because Banner is afraid of losing control of the Hulk should he ever go all the way. This is kind of a nice follow-up to the moment the two had in The Avengers when Banner was chasing her through the Helicarrier - he carries that memory and doesn't want to do it again.
I kind of love that the big spoilers about The Avengers: Age of Ultron are about romances and parties. I mean, sure, Latino Review details some of the opening action scene as well, but that's not as much fun as Bruce/Nat.
By the way, this is the tip of the Age of Ultron iceberg. This is the movie that will capture the feeling of reading a big, crazy and fun Marvel comic more than any other film we've ever seen.