So, a few days ago, the second trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron was released. If you haven't seen it yet (or if you've been living under a rock), here it is:
Well, that was quite something, wasn't it?
In the earlier posts regarding this trailer (I'm a bit late here), the posts all clamoured on about Ultron, Scarlet Witch, Iron man and his Hulkbuster armour (and handing the Hulk a good beating), and especially Andy Serkis as Ulysses Claw, as well as speculation regarding Thor: Ragnarok actually starting in Age Of Ultron.
So, I just watched the trailer again, and there was one, perhaps crucial, perhaps not, part which no one really seemed to pick up on, notably, the scene where we see a surgeon (or a hairdresser, as I'm about to explain), push a red haired woman down onto a table of some sort and pick up a pair of scissors.
So I paused it, and rewinded (is that a word?) the video to see who it was - Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow.
Now, there has been lots of fuss ever since the first Avengers movie about Black Widow's past (mostly about "what happened in Budapest"), I believe that tiny little snippet of a clip is good enough evidence to show that we will see what happened either at Budapest, or some other event in her past, mainly as the figure pushing her back is a woman. Dressed in black. KGB days maybe?
However, even though it is most likely that this is an event from her past, it could also be the present; notice how she has a different hair cut to usual, she could have been trying to disguise herself, and clearly failed to do so effectively, whilst on the run from Ultron.
My final theory about this clip? She could just be getting a haircut.
And just for the sake of pure awesomeness...
So. Much. Awesome.
Also, where the hell is the Vision? I think he'll be introduced at the end/near the end of the movie.
Cheers for reading.