New Avengers easter egg revealed

Tony Stark has plans for Stark Tower

A previously unnoticed easter egg has been uncovered within The Avengers, with MTV noticing some exciting plans for Tony Stark’s latest upgrade to Stark tower.

Throughout the film, the tower is pictured with the word “Stark” written across it, with only the letter A remaining after the battle with the Chitauri. A nice reference to “Avengers” we thought, absent-mindedly, at the time.

Now it turns out that Stark might already have been thinking of changing the name, with a screenshot of some of his blueprints revealing the words “Avengers Tower”.

Does this mean that Stark is planning to convert Stark Tower into a new headquarters for the Avengers? Given that the Helicarrier went up in smoke, it’s not as if they couldn’t use one. And people think Stark is selfish...

Perhaps that’s where the new team will be based in The Avengers 2? We’ll find out for sure when the film opens in the UK on 1 May 2015.
 

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    • SiMan

      Sep 17th 2012, 13:00

      Think there was also a blueprint of a Quintjet hanger as well if i remember right - personally, being someone who reads the comics, i always thought that was the intention when i saw it at the cinema....can't wait to get home from work and watch it. Can Total Film write me a note so i can finish early to watch it please?

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    • Ali1748

      Sep 17th 2012, 20:39

      The Blu Ray kicks so much a*s !!!

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    • thisiscarlijn

      Sep 18th 2012, 9:52

      I thought it was also visible that on the blueprints, each layer has a different Avenger symbol on it. The third one from the left seems to have Captain America's shield on it and the one next to that has the Iron Man mask on it.

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    • SiMan

      Sep 18th 2012, 12:22

      The Blu-ray does look amazing - watched it last night and th eimage is so crisp and clear. Looks a lot brighter than i remember too - probably because those 3-d glasses tint the screen a little.

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    • Ali1748

      Sep 18th 2012, 15:19

      I was blown away with how crisp and clear the picture was, and it was nice to have the whole movie in the full screen instead of widescreen.

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    • jasmerrin

      Sep 18th 2012, 17:28

      This is really, ridiculously, hilariously non-news. I'm sorry to whoever wrote this article, but if you asked anyone who's cracked a comic in the last 10 years what that last shot meant, they could have told you that Avengers 2 was going to feature Avengers Tower.

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