Avengers: Age of Ultron
Avengers: Age of Ultron

"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is finally ready to hit the shelves again with its much-anticipated DVD release on 2 October. But it looks like much before that, all the extended and deleted scenes from the Marvel comic-book film have been leaked online.

CLICK HERE to watch the leaked/extended scenes from "Avengers: Age of Ultron".

When the movie released earlier this year, director Joss Whedon had said that a lot of scenes were edited out from the original "Age of Ultron", in order to cut down the movie's screen time. And he had also hinted that many of these scenes will be added as special features on "Avengers: Age of Ultron" DVD.

And now, it seems like Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have got lucky and have something exciting to look forward to as these deleted/extended scenes have somehow made their way to the Internet, much before the official DVD release.

The 15-minute long footage gives fans a sneak-peek into Thor's cave and Avenger's Tower, along with scenes featuring the Twins in Sakovia, the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) bedroom scene, and more.

Here are some scenes that fans may find interesting.

The Avenger's tower scene shows Tony Stark and Bruce Banner analysing Ultron as they, along with other Avengers, try to figure out why he is acting the way he is. This scene explains Ultron's programming and behaviour in depth.

The other scene is the Black Widow and Hulk's bedroom scene. Though this was included in the finished film, the extended version in this footage shows Bruce and Natasha talking about their dead people.

And finally, the most interesting of them all is the extended scene of what happens in Thor's cave. This scene reveals more about how the Asgardian God of Thunder knew about the six Infinity Stones.

After looking at these scenes, fans would wish that Joss Whedon had included some of these in the final film. Anyhow, they can now enjoy these additional titbits in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" DVD, which hits the shelves next month.