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* More or less confirmed, as it was the only way/

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* More or less confirmed, as it was the only way/
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Every villain the Avengers/Guardians have ever faced are actors, and were once part of [[Film/IronMan3 Trevor Slattery]]'s acting troupe. This includes [[Film/IronMan Iron Monger]], [[Film/TheIncredibleHulk Abomination]], [[Film/IronMan2 Whiplash and Justin Hammer]], [[Film/{{Thor}} Loki]], [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger Red Skull and Arnim Zola]], [[Film/IronMan3 Aldrich Killian]], [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld Malekith]], [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Alexander Pierce and The Winter Soldier]], [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan and Nebula]], [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Ultron]] and [[Film/AntMan Yellowjacket]]. Even Thanos will be revealed to be famous scottish comedian Nigel [=McCorvick=]. But who is the man who is putting this cast together? Why it's none other than Creator/StanLee himself! Think about it. Who has been the only person to appear in every single one of the MCU films, can apparently change identities at will, travel through space, survive drinking the Hulk's blood and even travel across universes to [[Film/XMenFilmSeries other]] [[Film/SpiderManTrilogy film]] [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan franchises]], even crossing into other, more [[Disney/BigHero6 animated realms]]? Stan Lee.

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Every villain the Avengers/Guardians have ever faced are actors, and were once part of [[Film/IronMan3 Trevor Slattery]]'s acting troupe. This includes [[Film/IronMan [[Film/IronMan1 Iron Monger]], [[Film/TheIncredibleHulk Abomination]], [[Film/IronMan2 Whiplash and Justin Hammer]], [[Film/{{Thor}} Loki]], [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger Red Skull and Arnim Zola]], [[Film/IronMan3 Aldrich Killian]], [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld Malekith]], [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Alexander Pierce and The Winter Soldier]], [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan and Nebula]], [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Ultron]] and [[Film/AntMan Yellowjacket]]. Even Thanos will be revealed to be famous scottish comedian Nigel [=McCorvick=]. But who is the man who is putting this cast together? Why it's none other than Creator/StanLee himself! Think about it. Who has been the only person to appear in every single one of the MCU films, can apparently change identities at will, travel through space, survive drinking the Hulk's blood and even travel across universes to [[Film/XMenFilmSeries other]] [[Film/SpiderManTrilogy film]] [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan franchises]], even crossing into other, more [[Disney/BigHero6 animated realms]]? Stan Lee.



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* Fully Jossed. He's not even mentioned.






* Jossed. Rocket and Tony do not meet at all in the film. Additionally, Tony's describes his new suit as being based on nanotech, and its method of transformation is more similar to Wakandan technology than anything Rocket built.

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* Jossed. Rocket and Tony do not meet at all in the film. Additionally, Tony's Tony describes his new suit as being based on nanotech, and its method of transformation is more similar to Wakandan technology than anything Rocket built.



[[WMG:The human!Vision from the trailers is only at the very end of the movie.]]

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[[WMG:The human!Vision human Vision from the trailers is only at the very end of the movie.]]




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** ''Endgame'' confirmed that he survived.






* More or less confirmed, as it was the only way/




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* Jossed. By all indications they died.




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* Confirmed for Tony, but Jossed for Steve.




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* Jossed. Apart from some initial reluctance, everyone is on board with the plan.




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* Jossed. Thanos destroyed the Soul Stone, but everyone is later brought back.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




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* Somewhat confirmed. The film features many characters absent in ''Infinity War''.




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* Jossed. According to Spiderman in ''Endgame'', when he was brought back, he though he had passed out.




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* Jossed. According to WordOfGod, it was because he was tired of having to constantly save Banner.




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* Jossed as of ''Endgame''.




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* Jossed. He seems to be working in space with Nebula.




[[WMG: Someone in the next movie will ask Thanos why he didn't simply multiply the resources needed for people's survival so there'd be no need to kill anybody.]]
Probably Hawkeye.



[[WMG: Someone in the next movie will ask Thanos why he didn't simply multiply the resources needed for people's survival so there'd be no need to kill anybody.]]
Probably Hawkeye.
* Jossed.




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* Confirmed.



* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Shuri was dusted too.




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* No sign either way.




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* Jossed. She regained her real identity back in 1995.




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* Somewhat confirmed. Though Thanos dies shortly after the snap, 2014 Thanos sees the negative results as the Universe being ungrateful and opts to destroy and recreate the universe.





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\n* Jossed.





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* Jossed. Odin is only mentioned in ''Endgame'' in a few non-plot relevant exchanges.




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* Jossed. Thanos destroys the stones, but the universe seems fine.




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* They're absent in ''Endgame'', but we don't know what happened to them.




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* Jossed. Thanos destroys the Mind Stone.




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* Jossed. Okoye is present in a hologram meeting, suggesting that Wakanda is still functioning.



* Confirmed.

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* Confirmed.Confirmed, though he doesn't mention Bucky.



** Jossed. They met when Tony returns to Earth.




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** Confirmed in that he gives the shield back, but Jossed on the rest. Rhodey survives and Tony never mentions Bucky.




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* Jossed. There's no indication of any subsequent disintegrations.



* Jossed.




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* Jossed. While saddened, he seems to be functioning well enough.




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* Jossed. They settle in Norway.




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* Jossed. He is killed by Thor.





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\n* Jossed.




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* Jossed. He never appears or is mentioned.





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\n* The confusion is never brought up in ''Endgame''.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Any question of whether or not he was is rendered moot by Thor beheading him.




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* Jossed. It's the real banner.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




[[WMG: Eitri designed the gauntlet to hurt thanos on purpose]]

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\n* Jossed. Loki is really dead.

[[WMG: Eitri designed the gauntlet to hurt thanos Thanos on purpose]]




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* Jossed. According to WordOfGod, they only took over after Tony's funeral.


* He does make a HeelFaceTurn, but is killed bu Thanos.

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* He does make a HeelFaceTurn, but is killed bu by Thanos.



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** In ''Endgame'', he doesn't face Thanos.




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* He does make a HeelFaceTurn, but is killed bu Thanos.




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** Jossed. They are never mentioned or alluded to.




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* ''Infinity War'' does indeed have a massive battle, but perhaps not the biggest. ''Endgame'' on the other hand...




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** Jossed.




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* Confirmed in that Drax doesn't kill Thanos. However, he doesn't have a part in his defeat.




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* Jossed. Loki dies before Thor meets the Guardians.




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* As of ''Endgame'', he is now an old man.




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* Jossed. Cap, Widow, and War Machine all survive.




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* Jossed. Scott is only mentioned as being on house arrest and Hope is never mentioned at all.




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** All Jossed.




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* Jossed. Doctor Strange gives up the Time Stone to save Tony.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




[[WMG: The final scene of part 1 will be the BadassFingersnap from TheInfinityGauntlet]]

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\n* Jossed. Fury never meets Thanos.

[[WMG: The final scene of part 1 will be the BadassFingersnap from TheInfinityGauntlet]]ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet]]




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* Confirmed.




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* Technically confirmed, as the film shows how Thanos got most of the stones.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. They all live.




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* Confirmed, in that there's no indication he ever officially joins.




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* Jossed. Using the Infinity Gauntlet would kill most people.




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** Not in ''Infinity War'', but she does so in ''Endgame''.




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* Jossed. Though the characters are separated throughout most of the film, there are no official teams.




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*** He is actually sent by Heimdall.




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* Jossed. Steve and Tony never meet in the film.




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* Confirmed, although he is given arm shields.




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* Confirmed in that he gets a new suit.




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** Both actors appear in ''Endgame''.




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*** In ''Endgame'', however, the topic never comes up between them.



** Adding to this, Nebula will ultimately steal the Gauntlet and soon endure an overlap of WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity and WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds after trying to invoke ResetButton against Thanos's damage and take {{Revenge}} on him, not unlike said comic-counterpart.
*** She grabs the Gauntlet from Thanos (who is content that his goal so he's no longer the villain), and tries to use it to both get revenge on Thanos and step into his shoes as GalacticConqueror. She takes him with her when she teleports aboard Santuary and starts barking orders to the crew, all the while Thanos mocks her inexperience with power and says she's too flawed a being to properly wield it. She goes on trying to prove herself, resetting his erasure of half the universe and reshaping planets into monuments of herself. Meanwhile, the heroes have assembled a group of cosmic entities to fight her. Gamora's soul acts through the Soul Stone to cause Nebula pain through the Gauntlet and she loses it.

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** * Adding to this, Nebula will ultimately steal the Gauntlet and soon endure an overlap of WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity and WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds after trying to invoke ResetButton against Thanos's damage and take {{Revenge}} on him, not unlike said comic-counterpart.
*** ** She grabs the Gauntlet from Thanos (who is content that his goal so he's no longer the villain), and tries to use it to both get revenge on Thanos and step into his shoes as GalacticConqueror. She takes him with her when she teleports aboard Santuary and starts barking orders to the crew, all the while Thanos mocks her inexperience with power and says she's too flawed a being to properly wield it. She goes on trying to prove herself, resetting his erasure of half the universe and reshaping planets into monuments of herself. Meanwhile, the heroes have assembled a group of cosmic entities to fight her. Gamora's soul acts through the Soul Stone to cause Nebula pain through the Gauntlet and she loses it.
* Jossed. She never uses the Gauntlet.




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* Jossed. In ''Endgame'', Cap passed the mantle to Sam.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




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** All Jossed. The title is Avengers: Endgame.




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** Jossed. So civilians are present in the battle.




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* Jossed. No one has any qualms over killing him.




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* Jossed. The original Avengers all survive the first film.




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* Jossed. Hawkeye is only mentioned as being on house arrest.




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* Confirmed. However the cliffhanger is that Thanos wiped out half of all life in the Universe.




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* Jossed. The right-handed gauntlet was revealed to be a fake in ''Thor: Ragnarok''.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Coulson never appears or is mentioned.




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* Jossed. Dormammu never appears or is mentioned.



** Jossed.



** Jossed.



** Jossed.



** Jossed.




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** Jossed. He doesn't cameo in ''Infinity War''. He does have a cameo in ''Endgame'', however.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. They don't compare their names.




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* Jossed. It's nanotechnology.




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* Jossed. The Zune only appears in a deleted scene.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. None of them meets Thanos himself until the third act.



In the comics, he "died" and lost the brain waves of Wonderman, turning him into an emotionless, pale shadow of his former self. Something similar will occur once the Mind Gen is removed.

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In the comics, he "died" and lost the brain waves of Wonderman, turning him into an emotionless, pale shadow of his former self. Something similar will occur once the Mind Gen Gem is removed.
* Jossed. He is killed when the stone is removed from him.



* Jossed. We only hear one song from it.




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* Jossed. Their shared name is never mentioned.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. ''Captain Marvel'' reveals that the Skrulls were good.




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* Jossed.



*** All Jossed. He dies in ''Endgame''.



*** All Jossed. He goes back in time to be with Peggy.



*** Both confirmed in a way. In ''Endgame'', it's revealed that he now saw the Hulk as the cure and merged with him.



*** All Jossed. He dies.



*** Jossed. He never uses the Gauntlet.



*** Confirmed by ''Far From Home.''



*** Confirmed if ''Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'' is any indication.



*** Confirmed, at least until his Disney+ series.



*** Jossed. She seems to be continuing on her own.



*** No indication either way.



*** Jossed. Vision dies.




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** All Jossed. The Stinger is Maria Hill and Nick Fury being dusted, but not before he sends a message to Captain Marvel.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. He kills Loki.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Nebula is initially captured, but escapes.




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* Jossed.




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** Jossed. The most we get is a comment in ''Endgame'' about eating garbage.



** Jossed. He doesn't meet Rocket in this film or have any significant interactions with Mantis.



** Jossed. Valkyrie is absent in this film.



*** They actually become rivals somewhat.



*** They only have a few minor interactions in ''Endgame''.



** Jossed. Hawkeye doesn't appear.



** Jossed. They never meet.



** Jossed. Loki dies before getting to Earth.



* Jossed. He doesn't appear.



** Jossed. Gamora dies before they can meet.



** Jossed. Loki dies before getting to Earth.



** Jossed. They never get to interact before Vision's death.




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** Jossed. He doesn't meet either of them in this movie.




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* Confirmed. He calls Star-Lord "Flash Gordon" and Drax "Mr. Clean". In ''Endgame'', he calls Rocket "Ratchet" and Nebula "Blue meanie".




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** Jossed. They don't meet in ''Infinity War'' and only have a couple of minor interactions in ''Endgame''.




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** In the film, it's mentioned that Thanos decimated Xander before the movie.




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* Jossed. Thanos uses it in order to fight.




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** Jossed as the Time Stone is destroyed.




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* Jossed. The Stone isn't in Wakanda.




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* Confirmed. However, Thanos already killed everyone on the ship.




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* Jossed. Loki gives it up to save Thor.




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* Jossed, though he pretends to offer to work for him before trying to kill him.



* Jossed.




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* Jossed. It's called Avengers: Endgame.




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** Some details are confirmed. Others are Jossed.



In ''Thor:Ragnarok'', Hulk is growing a personality but he hates Banner, and Banner is worried about the Hulk taking over permanently. In ''Infinity War'' that internal conflict gets externalized. Splitting apart Banner and Hulk will also make the finale more heartbreaking, because for the tragedy to have any meaning, the hero has to have a moment that looks like he could turn out fine, that he could have his HappyEnding only to be cruelly crushed. A Hulk-free Banner who is finally making a difference as a hero, and whose relationship with Natasha is now free of the very large hurdle it had, only for that to be cruelly snatched in the most crushing way...that's going to break hearts. And the fourth and last Avengers will be the big conclusion, Hulk's redemption. The big green baby of Ragnarok will start as Thanos' servant but will eventually turn against him, and then in the finale become a hero before facing his end.

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In ''Thor:Ragnarok'', ''Thor: Ragnarok'', Hulk is growing a personality but he hates Banner, and Banner is worried about the Hulk taking over permanently. In ''Infinity War'' that internal conflict gets externalized. Splitting apart Banner and Hulk will also make the finale more heartbreaking, because for the tragedy to have any meaning, the hero has to have a moment that looks like he could turn out fine, that he could have his HappyEnding only to be cruelly crushed. A Hulk-free Banner who is finally making a difference as a hero, and whose relationship with Natasha is now free of the very large hurdle it had, only for that to be cruelly snatched in the most crushing way...that's going to break hearts. And the fourth and last Avengers will be the big conclusion, Hulk's redemption. The big green baby of Ragnarok will start as Thanos' servant but will eventually turn against him, and then in the finale become a hero before facing his end.
* Jossed. Thanos beats Hulk and he doesn't come out again.




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** Jossed. After the "Who the hell are you guys?", it cuts to later.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Thanos' motivation is solving overpopulation.




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* Jossed. Clint doesn't appear, though Bruce does convince Tony to contact Steve, which he doesn't get a chance to do.




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* Jossed. They never meet in the film.




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* Jossed. Hawkeye doesn't appear either.




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** Jossed. There is only a brief conversation where Gamora, Thor, and Quill mention some issues.




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* Jossed, though he is motivated by Thanos being his in head.




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* Jossed. They never meet in the film.




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* Jossed. The quote is at the beginning and slightly different




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* Partially confirmed. They uses the Gauntlet to bring back those killed in the Snap, but those killed before stay dead.




[[WMG: Abomination, Justin Hammer and Baron Mordo will make a mention or guest appearancce that will tie in to the MCU Franchise/FantasticFour and/or the Masters of Evil]]

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\n* Jossed.

[[WMG: Abomination, Justin Hammer and Baron Mordo will make a mention or guest appearancce appearance that will tie in to the MCU Franchise/FantasticFour and/or the Masters of Evil]]




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* Jossed. They are never even mentioned.




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** Jossed. Luis doesn't appear.




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* Jossed. She never appears or is mentioned.




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** ''Endgame'' shows that she survived.





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\n* Jossed. However, Thor, Rocket, and Groot travel to Nidavellir.




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* Jossed. Happy only appears in a deleted scene.




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* Jossed. Shuri never gets her hands on a suit.




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* Jossed. In ''Far From Home'', Spider-Man is expected to take up the mantle.




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* Jossed. However, he does get a new vibranium arm.




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* Jossed. B.A.R.F. is never mentioned.




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* Confirmed.




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* Jossed. They don't meet in ''Infinity War'' and never interact in ''Endgame.''




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*** All Jossed. It seems to be Tony in ''Endgame''.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. He's using the Power Stone on him.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Thanos kills Gamora to get the Soul Stone.




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* Jossed. Vision only create an illusion.




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** Confirmed. He was shushing Thor.




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* Jossed. The Asgardians were already killed when Banner landed in the Sanctum Sanctorum.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. It's never mentioned.




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* Jossed. The Stinger is Maria Hill and Nick Fury being dusted, but not before he sends a message to Captain Marvel.




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* Jossed.




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** More or less comfirmed, as he wins.




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* Confirmed.




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* Jossed, though he hides a dagger.




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* Jossed. He goes back in time to be with Peggy.




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* Jossed. The film was well received.




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* Jossed. He tries to kill Thanos, but gets killed.

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[[WMG:Nick Fury and Maria Hill didn't appear in TheStinger]]
In that scene, Hill calls Fury by his first name of Nick. As seen in ''Captain Marvel'', Fury made it clear that ''nobody'' calls him by the name "Nick". In ''Spider-Man: Far From Home'', Hill calling Fury "Nick" was a hint that the two were actually Talos and Soren in disguise--so I think the two Skrulls appeared in ''Infinity War'''s post credits scene instead of the real people.



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** Agreed. Assuming he survived his scene in ''Infinity War'', this is the best way to explain his absence from ''Endgame''. I don't personally put any stock in the "left-handed" theory, as Loki couldn't have used his right hand since the Black Order was standing on his right side. However, there's still his [[OutOfCharacterAlert truly bizarre dialogue]], the fact that he makes no attempt to use *any* of his [[ForgotAboutHisPowers illusion powers]], his disappearance during the Hulk fight and subsequent reappearance with a completely different attitude, his blatant wink-wink-nudge-nudge glances at Thor ''directly in front of Thanos' face'', and the [[TooDumbToLive absolutely idiotic attempt]] at killing Thanos... The scene is a mess if taken at face value, and appears to have multiple hints at some sort of scheme going on. If Loki survived, he could easily have become separated from Thor in the explosion, and then unlike Thor didn't happen upon easy transport -- it's very likely he had no time to get back to Thor or really do anything before the Snap, and then did dust with the rest of them. This would mean that Professor Hulk brought him back with everyone else, but he's probably still halfway across the galaxy and in no position to put in an appearance on Earth. It would be quite interesting if he and his split-2012 self from ''Endgame'' were to meet in a subsequent ''Thor'' film - he and Thor could actually team up against himself! And/or try to argue the other Loki into CharacterDevelopment.

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[[WMG: Theory to explain all Infinity Stone plotholes]]
Thousands of years ago, Odin tried to collect the Infinity Stones to rule the universe. He collected the Space, Time, Mind, Power, and Reality Stones, and collected them into a Gauntlet made by dwarves. He then went to Vormir, where he prepared to get the Soul Stone. He attempted to sacrifice Hela, but could not bring himself to do this. Hela, however, was very angry that Odin even considered this, and rebelled against him, leading to her being locked up.

This experience showed Odin that conquering the universe was a bad idea, and he got rid of the Infinity Stones. He hid the Space Stone in a village on Earth, gave the Time Stone to a human wizard named Agomtotto, put the Mind Stone in a scepter and gave it to the presently-heroic Chitauri, hid the Power Stone on Morag, and left the Reality Stone where his father hid it the first time. He then left the Infinity Gauntlet in his treasure room and became a more peaceful ruler.

In 2012, Thanos became convinced he had to rule the universe to stop overpopulation. His first step with this was to get a giant army. He stole the Scepter from the Chitauri and used it to hypnotize the previously-peaceful species to serve as his minions. Their [[TheQuisling leader]] agreed to this as long as Thanos promised to let him control the Mind Stone. The leader, who we know as "The Other", then gave the Scepter to Loki to assist his invasion of Earth.

As we know, Loki's invasion of Earth failed, as did Thanos's attempt to get the Power Stone. This convinced Thanos to "do it himself" in 2015 and not use proxies anymore. He sneaked into Odin's treasure room and took the Infinity Gauntlet. Thanos was then ready to take the Space Stone as well, and begin a bloody conquest. But then he was stopped by Odin.

Even with his power, Odin defeated Thanos and took the Gauntlet from him. He then delivered a TheReasonYouSuck speech that made Thanos reconsider his motivations. Thanos decided he did not need to rule the universe, but instead he would "just" kill a random half of life in the universe. However, this would have to wait until Odin was gone, as Thanos knew the Asgardian would go after him. In the process, however, Odin had inadvertently revealed the dwarves could make Thanos another Gauntlet.

Odin, for his part, destroyed his Infinity Gauntlet and replaced it with a fake. He planned to do the same with the Space Stone. However, Loki, who had been imitating Odin, banished him before he could do this.

Two years later, Hela had escaped and killed Odin. To Thanos, this meant it was time to start his quest, though his experience with Odin had mellowed him out somewhat. He got a new Infinity Gauntlet and stole the Power Stone from Xandar. A week later, he attacked the Statesman...and the rest is history.

This explains just what was going on with the Infinity Stones between ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' and ''Infinity War'', as well as why 2018 Thanos was so much nicer than 2014 Thanos.



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* Jossed. The damage isn't undone, but things were reset in the sense that everyone who got snapped came back.




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* Jossed. His dusting is rather important in the climax of Endgame.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. The Soul Stone apparently has a no take back rule. Bruce tried to bring Natasha back, but it didn't work.



* [[spoiler:Confirmed. Thanos destroys the original gauntlet himself in ''Endgame'' so that it cannot ever be used again.]]

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* [[spoiler:Confirmed. Confirmed. Thanos destroys the original gauntlet himself in ''Endgame'' so that it cannot ever be used again.]]
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* Confirmed. In the end, Tony is the one who uses the Infinity Gauntlet to snap away Thanos and his forces.




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** Confirmed. Black Widow and Iron Man die.




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* Jossed. Aside from being incredibly complicated, it doesn't make more sense than Hulk just refusing to do so. Strange didn't warn Hulk in the prime timeline, so he wouldn't use the time stone to do it again.




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* Jossed.




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* Confirmed. People who were snapped come out the way they did prior.




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* Confirmed. Steve Rogers is worthy.




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* Jossed. He's still just the stone's guardian.




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* Jossed. There is no stinger.




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* Jossed.




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* Confirmed. Since Hulk's condition was a result of gamma radiation, and apparently the energy released by the stones are the same, he's the only one suited to using the gauntlet without dying.







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* Jossed.



* Confirmed.




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* Jossed. Prime Loki is dead. His alternate timeline self is fine, though.




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** Both Jossed for different reasons. Tony doesn't die from his wounds and makes his way to Earth safely. He does, however, die at the end of Endgame.




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* Jossed.




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* Confirmed. They perform a time heist to get the stones but and both Hulk and Stark use the Iron Gauntlet to snap.




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** Confirmed. Professor Hulk has found a common ground with his two halves.




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* Jossed. Time travel is involved, but Thor has little to do with it beyond being a participant.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed. Prime Loki is dead for real.




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* Jossed. He lives to a ripe old age.

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[[WMG: Eitri designed the gauntlet to hurt thanos on purpose]]
None of the other infinity stone vessels hurt the person using it but when thanos puts an infinity stone in the gauntlet it surges energy through him and its clearly painful. And it's not a stretch to think eitri wouldnt want to hurt thanos. And tony's gauntlet had the same flaws because it's based off the original.



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* [[spoiler:Confirmed. Thanos destroys the original gauntlet himself in ''Endgame'' so that it cannot ever be used again.]]




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* Mostly Jossed. Only the 2012 version of Loki appears in ''Endgame''.



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* However, [[spoiler:he does wield a Mjolnir that has been brought back from the past in ''Film/AvengersEndgame'']].






[[WMG: At one point, Rocket will see Bucky's potentially replaced ArtificialArm and will want to steal it.]]

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[[WMG: At one point, Rocket will see Bucky's potentially [[ArtificialLimbs replaced ArtificialArm arm]] and will want to steal it.]]


So the Soul Stone demanded a price to be acquired, right? And we haven't seen Thanos use it thus far, just the Power, Reality, Time, and Space Stones. When the Soul Stone is used by whoever reclaims the gauntlet in the next film (my money is on Adam Warlock, who already cameoed in ''GotG Vol.2'') it will demand a price again...someone has to lose their life in order to bring half the universe back.

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So the Soul Stone demanded a price to be acquired, right? And we haven't seen Thanos use it thus far, just the Power, Reality, Time, and Space Stones. When the Soul Stone is used by whoever reclaims the gauntlet in the next film (my money is on Adam Warlock, who already cameoed in ''GotG ''[=GotG=] Vol.2'') it will demand a price again...someone has to lose their life in order to bring half the universe back.

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* "Now, is not time at all"? If there's nothing timey-wimey about it, then colour me surprised. But it's also possible that Strange was merely stalling for time. Consider ''Film/AntManAndTheWasp''. For how long was Scott going to be in Quantum Realm? A couple of real-time minutes, maybe. And to be certain of his survival, Strange had to ensure the finger snap happened while he was in there. Not before. So he needed Thanos to get the stone at the right moment.

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