In trailer of Avengers: Age of Ultron, there a scene where you can see Ultron's hand covered in molten metal. It seems like Ultron is creating his body. But in the movie I couldn't find this scene.

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Is there any explanation given in the movie (that I probably have missed) on how did Ultron create his body?


In the opening fight scene of Age of Ultron, Stark notices some tables with robotics on them in Von Strucker's base while looking for the Scepter.

After Ultron is activated and escapes with one of Stark's drones, he returns to this facility to construct more bodies.

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Age of Ultron was originally over 3 hours long. Whedon was forced to cut over an hour's worth of film to get it down to 142 minutes.

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    Any chance Marvel would release the 3 hour version in near future? – Naveen Sep 25 '15 at 3:51
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    @Naveen you will probably have to wait for the limited director's cut criterion platinum edition. – Jack B Nimble Sep 25 '15 at 4:12

As far as I know, we do not actually see Ultron create his body. However, we know "how" he did it, even if it happened off-screen. The primary reason he went back to the abandoned HYDRA lab from the start of the movie was because that facility had the equipment he needed to create a body. He created that body in the same way he created the army of other bodies (once he got more Vibranium).

When he flees from the Avengers' mansion, he's still in a makeshift Iron Legion body. The next time we see him, the Maximov twins are approaching him in the church in Sokovia, and he's already using his new body.

Most likely, the scene from the trailer was cut due to time constraints.

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