The sequel to the hugely successful "Avengers" is set to hit theaters this May. However, as with any film, it's possible that some of the biggest surprises in Avengers: Age of Ultron could be in store for the fans that will see it in theaters. Here are four major plot twists that are sure to amaze you when the film hits theaters:
In the end, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) decides to jump start a dormant peacekeeping mission, is creating a robotic creation known as War Machine, who fights alongside the Avengers until the other team members return. When the Ultron virus begins to take control of most of the world, Tony takes his new robotic creation into battle with the evil robot and ultimately defeats the Ultron virus. As the fate of the Earth hangs in the balance, Tony, Thor, the Hulk and the other Avengers assemble to battle Ultron, a terrifying technological terror hell bent on human extinction.
Meanwhile, the formidable warrior Wanda begins to take an interest in the Avengers. With the help of a rogue S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist, she discovers the location of an ancient Wakandan city that contains the answers to the Wakandan mysteries that have long been sought by the Avengers. As the mystery surrounding the lost city of Wakanda unfolds, Wanda and Tony become drawn into the intrigue that surrounds the city.
Meanwhile, Thor's brother, Loki, makes a shocking discovery while searching for the mystical sword of Sif. With his mind and body altered by a mysterious villain, Loki tries to take over the world, including the throne of Asgard. Meanwhile, Thor and Tony make the ultimate sacrifice to free themselves from the clutches of Loki and his evil brother, Malekith.
Fans will definitely want to pay special attention to Avengers: Age of Ultron when it comes to the twists and turns that the film will provide. This is especially true if they want to see what kind of twists will be seen in upcoming films such as "The Avengers 2."
In a final scene between Tony and Thor, the future Avengers are reunited, and Thor reveals that he has learned the truth about the origins of the Ultron virus, leading Tony to a realization of how important the future of the world is to his own well being. In order to help the Avengers prevent further destruction, Tony sends the Ultron onto Earth to stop the evil robotic menace from destroying the planet.