With allusions to previous MCU movies and references to comics that haven't made their way to the big screen, Avengers: Endgame reminds Marvel fans that the people behind the camera are just as enthusiastic as the ones filling the seats. Here are some lines in Avengers: Endgame that were more important than you may have realized.
If you saw Avengers: Endgame in a packed theater, then the moment Thor's hammer Mjolnir flies into Captain America's hand probably inspired one of the loudest and most enthusiastic responses from the audience.
If not, then it's at least met with enthusiasm from Thor himself, who yells "I knew it!" as he spots Cap threatening Thanos with the legendary weapon.
So what did Thor mean by "I knew it?" In an early scene in 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor gives the rest of the team permission to try to lift Mjolnir. Thor sits back, confident none of his mere mortal teammates will prove worthy to wield the hammer… until Steve Rogers gives it a shot.
That brief nudge, and past comic book stories in which Cap has proven worthy of Mjolnir, left some fans theorizing that Cap could've lifted the hammer but chose not to in order to spare his teammate any humiliation.
Apparently, the Odinson was one of those fans. When Thor yells "I knew it!" he betrays that he thought Cap was faking way back in 2015 as well. And how couldn't he? Cap's as worthy as they come.
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I knew it! | 0:16
Made for this | 1:18
Strange future | 2:18
Stopping Tony | 3:23
Avengers... Assemble! | 4:24
You're so big! | 5:12
Clint! Give it to me! | 6:07
Hail Hydra | 7:06
Asgardians of the Galaxy | 8:08
Moving on | 9:06
When sam, or falcon, is resurrected, you can hear him tell captain "on your left" which is a reference to captain america winter soldier when sam and captain first met and he was running laps around sam repeatedly saying "on your left"
When it comes to the topic of why the ancient one decided on Doctor Strange to not allow him to stay, even tho we see in Endgame that she believed her to be the best amongst them. During Doctor Strange, we see that even tho she lets him in, she debates whether it was the right move. She knows he's the best but she saw one of her most gifted students be corrupted (kaecilius) and then started to doubt whether she should take the risk and allow strange to even practice.
8:48 considering you need some time to write a comic book it's almost impossible the comic book was inspired by the script as I'd assume the idea and the name for that comic book must have originated several months before its release
"Bunn stated that he originally pitched the idea of Asgardians of the Galaxy in 2015, but had to wait for the right time" it's confirmed, the movie did not inspire the comic book
The lines in avengers 1 where cap asks if tony ever lost men before, and then said how when the chips were down he's never had to put his life on the line.
Well, tony lost a lot of men, and then gave his life for everything and everyone.
Idk if it was an intentional nod to avengers 1 or merely a coincidence.. but it is almost exactly the same, but merely scaled up big-time..
ANYONE else notice that too?
Some of the most iconic lines in the MCU
1. I am Iron Man
2. Love you 3000
3. Avengers Assemble
4. I can do this all day
5. I am Groot /We are Groot
6. Wakanda forever
8. Asguardians of the galaxy
There are plenty of them. ( These are my favorite) .
Cap was not faking it. He only moved the mjolnir a bit in Avengers : age of ultron. He couldn't lift it at that time cuz he knew that Bucky killed Tony's parents and didn't tell Tony about it. It was a betrayel to his best friend. That's why he was not worthy of lifting it. But in civil war, Tony gets to know this from cap and cap says that he (Bucky) didn't mean it. He confesses to Tony and asks for forgival. In Endgame, we see that Tony gives back the shield to him showing that he has forgiven him. In this he became worthy of lifting the mjolnir
IMO the Marvel universe is finished for me. I'm not going to see any new movies. Once you've done time travel there is no going back. Say something bad happens in the upcoming Spiderman movie. I know! We'll just travel back in time and fix it. Why not. Once it is a time travel narrative that's it. How about a new back to the future movie with no time travel. It doesn't work, you are committed now.
Why the F, would you applaud in a cinema?
How very pointless.
Unless you're looking for a smack on the head, like when Ignoramus and Ahole decide to talk during the movie in your own home.
Piss the F off with your clap!
Something I've thought of for a while. People claimed that Hydra cap was a racist, white privileged bastardisation of a character created by the marginalised to symbolise freedom.
I believe what that story was meant to show is how America itself has become that same bastardisation under trump and his ilk while still flying the flag of what it used to stand for. If we allow a flag to personify our values rather than actively examine them and what they mean, people will inevitably take advantage of that association to subvert those values. We cannot take for granted that captain America intrinsically stands for those values any more than that America itself does. We need to hold it to those standards rather than take it by its surface value.
The ancient one says that the infinity stones pretty much are what's keeping the galaxy together. Not true though as Thanos destroyed them and the galaxy lived on, something Banner should have said right away instead of wasting time trying to convince her for half an hour.
i don’t think cap was hiding that he could lift mjolnir. that would just be a waste of good use of a weapon in many of the other movies. he could’ve used the hammer against ultron and his army in sokovia or the axe against thanos and his army in wakanda. to say that he didn’t want to wield that weapon and possibly save millions of people’s lives just because he didn’t want to embarrass a few members of the team is just ridiculous to me hahahaha
The reason why Captain America was worthy was because he confessed to Iron Man about him knowing about Bucky killing his parents. If you remember the how the movies went. Captain America winter soldier, Avengers Age of Ultron, Captain America Civil War. That confession was a weight being lifted from Caps chest, which made him worthy.
p.s. Russo Brothers are geniuses
Parker to Stark: “But Doctor Strange was there, right? And he said ‘it’s been 5 years,. Come on, they need us.’ and he started doing the yellow sparkly thing he does...”
So apparently they were in another dimension or timeline as opposed to being snapped out of existence. Would think that line was pretty important.
Bucky: “Don’t do anything stupid when I get there.”
Steve: “How can I? You’re taking all the stupid with you.”
(2011; shortly before Steve becomes Captain America)
Steve: “Don’t do anything stupid until I get back.”
Bucky: “How can I? You’re taking all the stupid with you.”
(2019; shortly before Steve retires Captain America)
With Cap picking up Mjolnir, my theory was that originally he couldn't pick up the hammer, and the event that made him worthy to do so was when peggy died, because he had lost his final human tether to his past... (or so he thought)
For your strange theory, the sorcerer supreme explains to strange in her death slow mo that she could only ever see up to that moment. My guess is she already has been using the eye to view her futures
I like seeing people get angry when I point out old man steve rogers proves that the past wasn't an alternate timeline as stated in the movie... So 2 paradoxes exist, Nebula shot her past self, and past Thanos died which means the original snap never happened.
I think you missed a major one in the scene with sorcerer supreme and hulk. In that scene hulk says something like “maybe he made a mistake” talking about Strange. The sorcerer supreme replied “or maybe I did” and then gives hulk the stone. I think this suggests she may have not given hulk the stone in an alternate reality.
Mike Neill that’s an excellent point. Also leads into her timeline explanation and the one ‘dark’ branch.
I think people equate her line with the thinking that she made a mistake in choosing Stephen in the first place.
You missed one Looper,
When captain America "winter soldier" was running in DC and passed by Sam each time says "On your Left" which made Sam mad so on Endgame Sam gave it back to him by saying the same words in the final battle "captain this is Sam On your left"😁
One thing that wasn't said, but it's big, and I wonder how (or if) it's going to be addressed in future movies.
Thanos at the end of Endgame was from the original timeline (OT) several years in the past. The Avengers killed Thanos and his army before he found any of the Infinity Stones in the OT. The timeline that they had been living Post-Snap for 5 years. The Thanos that killed Gamora never existed. Essentially, the Thanos that caused the events of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 (sent Ronin after the Power Stone), and Avengers: Infinity War died before he had any stones.
I know that they discuss how your personal timeline is set and any changes essentially split the timeline and anyone in that modified timeline are now living in an alternate reality, but that seems like a lazy way around the problem. Plus, Marvel has already set a precedent that changing something in the past modifies the future. (I did a quick search, and it wasn't hard to find examples)
At 1:00 it's debatable whether cap purposefully chose not to lift the hammer, or whether he was not quite worthy yet. I have heard others speculate that he became worthy when he was humbled, after the battle with Thanos.
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