Iron Man 2 Easter Egg Scene Revealed. Read At Your Own Risk

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By now you may have already heard that “Iron Man 2″, like the first movie, will have an easter egg scene that will show after the final credits. Obviously it wasn’t going to take long before that scene got leaked onto the Interwebs, especially since everyone else in the world will get to see the movie today, more than a week before us lowly Stateside residents finally get it on May 7. (Thanks, Paramount!) Needless to say, DO NOT READ ON UNLESS YOU ABSOLUTELY WANT TO KNOW THE EASTER EGG SCENE AND HAVE YOUR SURPRISED RUIN.

Okay, since you’re still reading, you obviously want to know. Read on past the pic below.

Via World Correspondent, here’s a breakdown of the scene (Note: Text reprinted as is, sic and all):

The scene is basically showing a black car zooming through a desert then a close up to the car’s New Mexico plate number 8RE 2Z1. We can somehow conclude that the place is Ne Mexico. Teh the man inside the car has been shown afterwhich a huge crater in the earth has change the scene. A man exists the vehicle, and it cuts to a wide show of a huge crater in the earth. The man is… not Tony Stark — but Agent Coulson.
He looks down at the inside of the big hole, which has been revealed to contain cars and workers working on something. Coulson then picks up his cellphone and tells the person on the other end “Sir, we’ve found it.”

Cut to a shot from inside the giant crater, and we push back to reveal the hammer of Thor sticking out of the ground.

And yes, the above is accurate. Here are the screenshots to prove it via EveryEye.it:

So there. Now you won’t have to sit there like a big dummy head for five minutes after the movie ends to catch the scene.

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