Marvel released a deleted scene from “Avengers: Age of Ultron” on Saturday, in which a possessed Thor (Chris Hemsworth) sheds light on the plot device used by the heroes to defeat the film’s eponymous villain. But I have to admit that I’d have liked to have seen this whole thing included.
The two head to a cave where Thor appears to get possessed and sees several visions of what seem to be his future and the six Infinity stones scattered across the Marvel movies. The stone that Loki had was the Mind Stone, which grants the wielder the ability to change the perception of other people.
It turns out this scene was supposed to be a lot longer, but with Whedon not wanting to cut down on scene’s set in Hawkeye’s home, it was cut down dramaticaly. This scene was screened at advanced screenings with some bunch of audiences but because of lack of visual effects and apparently confusing in nature, another complex scene that we saw in the final cut replaced it. The deleted scene does show one important aspect in Thor’s personality and that is stepping up wisely. Whedon admitted to Vulture, “This was the hardest work I’ve ever done, and at some point, when it’s that hard, you just feel like you’ve lost”.
Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Robert Downey Jr., who returns as Iron Man, along with Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor and Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk. Now the movie is out on DVD Marvel have chose to release the deleted scene online. He said, “To do something that is as personal as this movie is-on that budget, for a studio that needs a summer tentpole-is an extraordinary privilege”.