Did You Notice These 9 Hidden Things In Superhero Movies?
(4 of 9) The Avengers
When Thor and his brother Loki are having cliffside chat, the pair disturb a few birds as they land. These are no random creatures, but Huginn and Muninn, the ravens from Norse mythology that gather information from Earth, and return it to Odin in Asgard. It helps explain why Loki and Thor’s father is always kept up to speed on his sons’ behavior, while giving fans yet another easy-to-miss easter egg to search for in future films.
(5 of 9) Batman Begins
In closing scene of Batman Begins, Bruce Wayne saved Gotham City from the League of Shadows, Jim Gordon warns him that a new criminal has surfaced. The Joker’s calling card thrilled fans, making it clear the Clown Prince of Crime would appear in the sequel, but a closer look shows that the playing card was signed into evidence by someone named “J. Kerr.” It’s a shortened version of “Joe Kerr” – just one alias the villain has adopted over the years, which means he may have been tempting Batman to bring him down for longer than fans ever knew.
(6 Of 9) Guardians Of The Galaxy
Guardians Of The Galaxy has more Easter Eggs and nods to the comics than any Marvel film before, but there's one message in the film that we can’t figure! Whenever a new planet or location is introduced, a set of coordinates appear alongside it. Most point to actual locations in the Andromeda Galaxy, but when the villain’s ship is first shown, the string of characters means something else entirely. Swap out the numbers for the corresponding letters of the alphabet, and we’re told that “THIS IS MOMS CANCER”. Since Star-Lord’s human mother died of cancer, it sounds like even more of a plot twist