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There's never quite been a movie like Avengers: Endgame. That's probably because there's never been a movie franchise like the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With over 20 interconnected movies released over the span of a decade, Endgame had ample opportunities to make tons of references and callbacks to a sprawling continuity of characters and plot twists. And while many significant lines of dialogue were pretty easy to spot like
...there were still plenty of other fantastic callbacks that may have flown over your head. Here are some of the small details you might've missed in Avengers: Endgame.
Beware: gigantic, world-ending spoilers ahead.
Throughout the film, we got lots of direct references to previous movies, but some are less obvious than others. For example, when Natasha Romanoff and Clint Barton fly their spaceship to Vormir to retrieve the Soul Stone, one of them quipped to the other, "we're a long way from Budapest." That refers back to a mysterious mission the two of them went on in their shared past that they referred to during the events of the first Avengers film.
Meanwhile, just before the un-dusted heroes all join Cap to fight Thanos and his army toward the end of the film, we hear Falcon jump on the radio to tell his partner: "On your left." That's a callback to when Cap kept lapping the Falcon when the two first met as competing joggers at the beginning of Captain America: The Winter Soldier:
But the most endearing and heartbreaking callback? When Happy Hogan chats with Morgan after her dad's funeral and he asks if she's hungry. She says she wants "cheeseburgers, " and Happy smiles, saying, "Your dad liked cheeseburgers, too."
That's a reference back to a scene early on in the very first MCU movie: when Happy and Pepper pick up Tony after his rescue from the Ten Rings and he demands two things: that Pepper call a press conference…and cheeseburgers:
Unless you spend a lot of time watching YouTube videos about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there's a better than decent chance that you have no idea what Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo look like. Well, you actually got a great look at one half of the directing duo you just may not have realized it at the time.
When the movie jumps five years forward in time, we catch up with Steve Rogers in his support group in Queens, New York. In that circle of trust is a man who says he and a date spent the whole evening talking and crying. That guy is Joe Russo, the younger half of the directors who also helmed three other epic MCU entries: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War.
This also wasn't Joe Russo's first time in front of the camera, either. He appeared in an episode of Arrested Development, a show for which he and Anthony directed several episodes, as well as in their film You, Me and Dupree, and all three of their other MCU films though Joe's part as Bert the paparazzi in Infinity War hit the cutting room floor before the movie made it to theaters. Keep watching the video to see Small details in Endgame only true fans noticed!
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Cheeseburgers and Budapest on your left | 0:41
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe showed audiences that a man could fly in Iron Man, and since then, the slow threading of various superheroes into a cohesive universe has been pretty amazing. But of all the mighty and astonishing superheroes that make up Marvel's premiere super-team, who is the most incredible? To settle the question, we're ranking the most powerful members of the Avengers, starting from the bottom and ending with the strongest one there is...
Hawkeye | 0:34
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Ant-Man | 2:06
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War Machine | 3:55
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Iron Man | 5:32
Black Panther | 6:16
Scarlet Witch | 6:59
The Vision | 7:50
Thor | 8:37
Hulk | 9:16
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What Tony Stark And Black Widow's Final Words Really Mean In Avengers Endgame
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Needless to say, we’re going to have to talk about some spoilers for Avengers: Endgame, so keep reading and watching at your own risk if you haven’t seen it. Tony Stark was the protagonist of Iron Man, which kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe all the way back in 2008. We’ve seen him face his greatest fears, including the Mad Titan Thanos, and help train new superheroes like Peter Parker, Rhodey and even Pepper Potts. We all know he made the ultimate sacrifice, so let’s talk about how that all played out and what it meant.
While Tony Stark was motivated by fear, Natasha Romanoff was always seeking redemption. In Age of Ultron, she admitted to feeling like a monster because of her past. According to actress Scarlett Johansson, she was always trying to redeem herself and, by sacrificing herself for the Soul Stone and to protect Clint Barton, she was finally able to be at peace. Only time will tell what effect this will have on Clint and whether he continues his journey as Ronin or Hawkeye.
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For all the answers we got at the end of Endgame, there are still a few nagging questions that weren't entirely summed up by the time those credits rolled. Some of these questions go back multiple films in the franchise, while others were introduced in Endgame and then seemingly abandoned. What are we talking about? Snap on your spoiler gloves, because we're digging deep to find all the unanswered questions from Avengers: Endgame.
Once again, to be clear: Spoilers ahead!
There was a lot of mantle passing in the closing moments of Endgame, much of it in heartwarming fashion. Old Man Cap passing his shield on to Falcon? It doesn't get much better than that. We've got a more grown-up Cassie Lang in the picture, and Clint hit a bullseye with his daughter. But what about Iron Man? Who's set to replace him?
The obvious choice is, of course, little Morgan Stark. Her father even died in a battle with an intergalactic wacko. Stuff that in a box and label it "Origin Story." But if that's the timeline the MCU is taking, it raises the question: When is the next time we'll see a version of Iron Man on the big screen? Morgan's, what, four years old? Less than five for sure, because of the snappenings. By the time she's old enough to strap on some nanites, the rest of the Avengers will be hanging up their own suits.
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These two have a long, complicated history and every time they meet it's always a coin toss to see how they're going to react. Will they fight? Will they work together? Keep watching to learn more about the bizarre relationship between Spider-Man and Venom.
In 2007's Spider-Man 3, Peter Parker's bonding with the Venom symbiote does more than change the color of his costume and enhance his powers, it makes him a jerk. The symbiote boosts destructive emotions in Peter, like anger and jealousy.
Among other things, he hunts and attempts to kill Sandman and brings Gwen Stacy to a nightclub in a manipulative plan to make Mary Jane jealous. He even gets in a fight with the club's bouncers, which ends with him accidentally hurting Mary Jane. It's this last act that makes Parker realize what's happening and finally take action to get rid of the symbiote.
In the comics, however, things worked out a little differently. While the symbiote made Spider-Man do things against his will, it didn't do so by turning him into an evil version of Peter Parker. Rather than finding the costume on Earth like he did in the film, Peter picked it up out in space during the events of Secret Wars, and shortly after he returned to New York with his new suit, the symbiote apparently decided that its host was a little too lazy. Most nights, the symbiote waited until Parker was asleep, took over his body, and went out to find more crime to fight, all the while controlling its human host's unconscious body like a puppet. One of the first clues Parker has that something is wrong is when he constantly wakes up exhausted even though, as far as he knows, he's been asleep in bed for hours.
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With the huge success of Avengers: Endgame, fans have now had the time to digest the film. With that, a heap of questions have popped up. One question that the fans have asked is, “hey, what did Tony Stark see when he used the Infinity Gauntlet?”. During Avengers: Infinity War, once Thanos had snapped his fingers with the completed Gauntlet, the whole universe changed. At that moment, Thanos was able to speak with a young Gamora in Soul World. In doing so, he was able to ease his self-inflicted guilty burden. When Iron Man did the same process in Endgame, he didn’t have such a scene. Or did he? In short, there was a scene in the original test screening of the film in which he did. It’s been confirmed by Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Endgame. But what was this missing piece of the Marvel puzzle? Check out the video for the surprising answer!
Also, in an announcement last year, Katherine Langford was cast in Endgame. Yet when the film came out in the cinemas, there was no sign of her. Fans have poured over the film looking for her, but to no avail. Now, thanks to the Russo brothers, we know EXACTLY what her role was in Endgame. We discuss Langford’s cut, heartbreaking scene in the video and why it was removed. As well as what the future holds for the 13 Reasons Why star in the MCU. Finally, we’ll take a gander at the possible characters to fill the Iron Man shaped void in the Avengers.
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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
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Avengers: Endgame is just around the corner and the amount of theories concerning what may happen in the movie is starting to pile up. At the center of many of these theories is none other than Dr. Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch. During the events of Infinity War, the Sorcerer Supreme looked into the future and saw fourteen million, six hundred and five possible futures. Of those outcomes, only one was deemed to be a winner. Talk about stacked odds. But what if there’s more to this plan than meets the eye? When Strange used to the Time Stone to look into the future, his perception of time was likely different than those who were also on Titan. Seeing all those outcomes likely had an effect on Strange and forced some character growth upon the man, who was steadfast in his protection of the Time Stone in his charge. But not long after seeing the future, he willingly gives it up. So what happened? This theory suggests that upon seeing the future, Strange actually learned the lesson given to him from the Ancient One and had to remove himself from the outcome, thus creating a new timeline that he couldn’t see and thus, couldn’t influence. He put the fate of the future out of his hands and learned a lesson on self-sacrifice and humility. Thanos may have won the battle, but the war is far from over as Tony Stark, the man who was spared in exchange for the Time Stone, gets to live on another day and that’s exactly what Dr. Strange wanted.
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