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* ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'':
** When talking to Ant-Man about his transformation into his "Professor Hulk" persona, he notes that he saw the Hulk as a disease that needed to be cured. Most of the plot of the character's only standalone film appearance involved Bruce trying to synthesize a cure to his condition.


** Banner feared the hulk so much that he would call him "the other guy". This time, as Professor Hulk, he tries the same therapy for Thor who despised hearing Thanos's name.

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** Banner feared the hulk Hulk so much that he would call him "the other guy". This time, as Professor Hulk, he tries the same therapy for Thor who despised can't bear hearing Thanos's name.



** Ant-Man is holding some orange slices when Hawkeye returns form his time travel test run.

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** Ant-Man is holding some orange slices when Hawkeye returns form from his time travel test run.

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** The second time Steve met him, Sam Wilson was running a therapy/support group for soldiers suffering from PTSD. After the TimeSkip, Steve himself now runs a therapy/support group for citizens suffering from Snapture-induced PTSD.

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** Banner feared the hulk so much that he would call him "the other guy". This time, as Professor Hulk, he tries the same therapy for Thor who despised hearing Thanos's name.

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** Ant-Man is holding some orange slices when Hawkeye returns form his time travel test run.

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** In order to transport the ''Benatar'' through their Quantum Tunnel, the Avengers opt to shrink it down to a keychain/toy model size that can fit in the palm of Clint's hand, similar to what Hank did with his lab and other vehicles from this film.


* Quill's Zune that he received at the end of this movie can be heard playing "Dear Mr. Fantasy" by Traffic during the opening logo, and while Tony and Nebula are playing paper football.

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* ** Quill's Zune that he received at the end of this movie can be heard playing "Dear Mr. Fantasy" by Traffic during the opening logo, and while Tony and Nebula are playing paper football.


Quill's Zune from this movie can be heard playing "Dear Mr. Fantasy" by Traffic during the opening logo, and while Tony and Nebula are playing paper football.

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* Quill's Zune from that he received at the end of this movie can be heard playing "Dear Mr. Fantasy" by Traffic during the opening logo, and while Tony and Nebula are playing paper football.

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Quill's Zune from this movie can be heard playing "Dear Mr. Fantasy" by Traffic during the opening logo, and while Tony and Nebula are playing paper football.


** Cap returns to 1943 to give Peggy the well deserved dance (Though which timeline 1943 he went to is ambiguous).

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** Cap returns to 1943 1948 to give Peggy the well deserved dance (Though (though which timeline 1943 1948 he went to is ambiguous).


** Thor refers to Valkarie as "[[MeaningfulEcho Your Majesty]]" after passing the reigns of New Asgard to her, like he was called by her in her Scrapper 142 persona.

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** Thor refers to Valkarie Valkyrie as "[[MeaningfulEcho Your Majesty]]" after passing the reigns of New Asgard to her, like he was called by her in her Scrapper 142 persona.

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** Cap returns to 1943 to give Peggy the well deserved dance (Though which timeline 1943 he went to is ambiguous).

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** Nebula mentions "The tree" (Groot) as the other option to 2014 Gamora after she subdues Quill. Thor (who used the name again at the end of ''Endgame'') and Etri both called Groot Tree in ''Infinity War''.
** The reunion of the Guardians showed Drax eating something, which was was much more quieter than a zarg nut (crunchy) that he probably '''was''' invisible until he spoke up unlike his attempt at it in ''Infinity War''.

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** Drax is rapidly stabbing Cull Obsidian in the back (to distract him from killing Korg) like he was trying to cut through the monstor in the opening scene - from the inside.


** Cap summoning Mjolnir pays off the montage of characters attempting to move the hammer in ''Age of Ultron'', where Cap was able to make the hammer budge before giving up. Thor's elation at seeing Cap wield the hammer recalls the fact that he clearly noticed Cap's near-success in ''Ultron''.

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** Cap summoning Mjolnir Mjölnir pays off the montage of characters attempting to move the hammer in ''Age of Ultron'', where Cap was able to make the hammer budge before giving up. Thor's elation at seeing Cap wield the hammer recalls the fact that he clearly noticed Cap's near-success in ''Ultron''.



** A trio of characters fire a constant beam of energy at an enemy to disable him. In ''Age of Ultron'' it is Tony firing hand blasters, Vision his Mind Stone beam, and Thor lightning from Mjölnir at Ultron Prime to injure him. Here, Pepper Potts fires her beams, Shuri her gauntlets, and the Wasp her blasters at Thanos to disable him while Danvers approaches the van.



** Thanos spins his double-blade at such an accelerated speed that it is able to completely deflect a concentrated beam from Iron Man imbued with Thor's lightning. Thor utilized the same tactic of spinning Mjolnir at a similarly ridiculous speed in order to block Surtur's sword flames.

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** Thanos spins his double-blade at such an accelerated speed that it is able to completely deflect a concentrated beam from Iron Man imbued with Thor's lightning. Thor utilized the same tactic of spinning Mjolnir Mjölnir at a similarly ridiculous speed in order to block Surtur's sword flames.

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