It is said that there will be scenes that show Black Widow battling Russian thugs while being tied on a chair, and The Hulk causing riot at a public building as he starts rampaging on the streets.
Possible details of some fight scenes to be seen in "The Avengers" have been leaked online. Bleeding Cool has obtained spoilerish info that are related to the battle scenes featuring Black Widow in action against Russian thugs and The Hulk going on furious rampage.
A source, who claims to be working in a toy company that has the Marvel license, revealed to the site that there will be a scene [SPOILER ALERT!] that sees Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow, who's wearing a black party dress, "being held by some Russian thugs" during a mission. Being tied to a chair, she gets slapped in the face and mocked by the main thug.
The heroine, however, doesn't get intimidated and says "some cool stuff" back at the villain. When her cell phone suddenly rings, another thug answers it but is asked to give the phone to her. It is said that the person on the other end of the phone is Clark Gregg's agent Phil Coulson.
After being told by Coulson that Nick Fury needs her "back pronto," Black Widow proceeds to "kick the guys' a**es while still tied to the chair." She finally breaks free by landing the chair on a guy. After successfully knocking down the thugs, she walks over to the phone and tells Coulson that she's "done."
Another spoilerish tidbit of the movie mentions a scene about the Hellcarrier. According to the source, there will be a scene that shows the Hellcarrier "starts out on the water like a regular aircraft" before the outside fins begin to rotate and the turbines fire up as it slowly rises out the water and starts to fly away.
There's additionally a scene that sees Chris Evans' Captain America pointing and then yelling to Mark Ruffalo's The Hulk, "Hulk Smash!" The green beast starts rampaging forward and running straight into a building, freaking people out as he runs by them "like a bull in a China shop."
Due to arrive in the U.S. theaters on May 4, "The Avengers" brings together the Earth's Mightiest Heroes to fight the biggest foes no single hero could withstand. The Joss Whedon-directed movie also stars Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hiddleston as Thor, Iron Man and Loki respectively.