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  1. I posted this only because it's a new interview i didn't read what you wrote before. The things they say for Loki and Gamora is what i understood from watching the film as well, the Cap thing was the only confusing. What Cap would do, is what Feige wants him to do... he is a fictional character.
  2. Clark:Was there ever a discussion about giving Captain America's shield to Bucky instead of Sam, and why not Bucky? Joe: We definitely would sit around and talk about what made the best story moving forward, and Sam just always felt like the right recipient. After all, Bucky is damaged. Anthony: And Sam seemed to most share [Steve Rogers'] qualities. When they first met, the bond between those two characters just spoke to a symmetry in their moral nature. Clark:What made Cap finally worthy of Thor's hammer? Was there a specific instance, because in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," he nudges it, but can't quite pick it up. Joe: I think in "Age of Ultron" he may have not picked up the hammer in order to not embarrass Thor. Anthony: That's the way we think of it. Clark:At the end, when Cap brings the stones back in time, does he correct all the timelines that got screwed up? Is there a past Loki still out there? Joe: The intent was that he was going to correct the past timelines at the point that the stones left. Loki, when he teleports away with the Time Stone, would create his own timeline. It gets very complicated, but it would be impossible for [Cap] to rectify the timeline unless he found Loki. The minute that Loki does something as dramatic as take the Space Stone, he creates a branched reality. Anthony: We're dealing with this idea of multiverses and branched realities, so there are many realities. Clark:So by that logic, Cap basically created a new timeline for himself when he went back? Joe: Correct, so he would have to come back to this timeline in order to hand off the shield. Anthony: There's a question of, how did this separate timeline Cap come to reappear in this timeline and why? Clark:And that's a story for another day? Joe: [laughs] Correct. Clark:At the end, Peter Quill (Star-Lord) is looking at a computer screen for Gamora. I assume she didn't get dusted? So obviously they're looking for her. Can you answer just generally where she went? We didn't see her leave. Joe: We don't know whether she was dusted or whether she survived. That's probably a question that "Guardians [3]" will answer. Anthony: Quill doesn't know either. Joe: I'm sure future films will answer that question. Clark:That's up to James Gunn, I guess. Anthony: [laughs] Exactly, we've done our job. https://www.businessinsider.com/avengers-endgame-directors-describe-making-of-the-movie-interview-2019-5
  3. Mysterio has actual powers or is he someone who just create illusions?
  4. ‘Avengers: Endgame’ directors the Russo brothers on endings, Loki’s fate and the multiverse theory https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-avengers-endgame-spoilers-explained-russo-brothers-20190503-story.html
  5. If used correctly, the Tesseract can open gateways to any part of the universe and provide interdimensional travel. Also no it was just an internet rumor, THR reported that "sources say the show will follow Loki as the trickster and shape-shifter pops up throughout human history as an unlikely influencer on historical events" and disney announced that Hiddleston will be staring in it. All the series will have their MCU actors, they are part of the canon.
  6. That's actually the power of tesseract, he can teleport in any timeline or reality he wants and there is an upcoming series with the same theme.
  7. They also downplayed Thor's loss. He just lost his brother, his best friend, his father, his home and half of his people.... and then the half of the half got dusted. He just mentioned his mother and Jane, who were both gonne two movies ago, while Wanda mentioned Vision two times and Gamora was always mentioned by Nebula and Quill. Everybody was upset for their close ones while Thor was upset only because of his failure. That's one of the very few things i didn't like.
  8. Tesseract can open gateways/ breaches and allow inter dimensional travel. 2012 Loki who knows how to use it can appear in any timeline without hurting the continuity. Basically the left everything open and any character, except Iron Man, can come back any time they want.
  9. It's like a post-credit scene into the movie, same with Loki and Wanda. They wanted to hype the next phase, and they did it. I didn't even care for Gamora or Wanda before and now i want to learn everything.
  10. I am confused, but i think the suggest that people can go back and forth in the timeline without changing anything. So Gamora and Loki died, but their past selves can come to the future and live without changing the life of other people. Guardians and Thor know that they have been redeemed, but they don't know it. That's why guardians go to find her. Cap goes back but this doesn't change Bucky's story, he lived what he lived with him.
  11. So the reddit leak that he snags the Tesseract, leaves with it and is never seen again is wrong? Because this seems open to interpretation.
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