With the 'Avengers 2' trailer, extended trailer and advance trailer for 'Avengers: Infinity War', you're probably sick of all this 'Avengers' footage and don't want or need to see anymore. You certainly don't want to see this 'Avengers 2' clip with Cap and Iron Man getting heated with each other and introducing the tension that will continue through 'Captain America: Civil War'. Oh wait, you're not sick of 'Avengers 2' and you DO want to see this footage? OK, good.

This 'Avengers 2' clip was shown to the live audience at the Marvel event last week and has never officially made it online, but here's a bootleg copy that's been floating around. It's not the best quality, but it's the best that exists so far.

Some quick setup: Cap and Tony Stark are at a remote cabin somewhere, chopping wood. This may sound like the beginning of erotic fan fiction, but it's hardly romantic. Thor has presumably taken off for Asgard (which explains the recent Heimdall and Loki cameo rumors) as he and the rest of the Avengers are left shaken by the visions shown to them by Scarlet Witch. It ends with Cap, well, not really needing that axe anymore.

As for what Scarlet Witch did show them, considering that there is at least one 1940s flashback (with Hayley Atwell and Paul Bettany on hand), we'll guess that Cap is shown something about his past. And, we saw a brief glimpse of what Iron Man saw in the 'Avengers 2' trailer with the glimpse of Captain America's shield ripped in two. This is part of a larger sequence shown at Comic-Con where it appears that all the Avengers are dead (possibly in outer space?) as Stark stands as the only one alive among them.

It's clear that whatever Scarlet Witch is showing the team, it's having a major effect on them and their interactions. As Mark Ruffalo told us on set, "She’s able to bring out the worst in us."

If this still isn't enough 'Avengers 2' for you, remember to tune in for ABC's 'Marvel: 75 Years, From Pulp to Pop!' tomorrow, November 4, at 9pm EST for an exclusive new look at 'Age of Ultron.'

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