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The film certainly implies that he is dead but we never see a body. However, according to the actor, Benicio del Toro, The Collector survives Avengers: Infinity War. As this is the actor though it is in no way official. I think he's alive. Yeah... I think that, you know, I think he's alive. You're talking to him! Cinema Blend, An Avengers: Infinity ...


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Loki was a prisoner of the Black Order at the start of Avengers: Infinity War, likely by choice. Loki is not a fighter and so it doesn't make sense for him to get into a big battle with people who are fighters. Instead his talent lies in being a trickster and being sneaky. Ebony Maw joined the Black Guard as they surrounded their prisoner—Loki, the God of ...


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Let's go through this chronologically. Iron Man Tony Stark is from Earth and this is his origin story. Pretty straightforward why this movie takes place exclusively on Earth. Out-of-universe: Marvel most likely wanted to start their cinematic universe with a hero people could relate to, so making him a human from Earth is one way to do that. The ...


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Because Earth i.e, Midgard is located at the center of the nine realms From MCU's perspective As Thor describes in Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Well Heimdall had lost sight of you, you were no longer on Earth. Jane Foster: Well, how's that possible? Thor: I believe you were in between worlds. The Nine Realms travel within Yggdrasil, ...


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It is difficult to explain the importance of Earth without using the out-of-universe explanations that you've already given. In terms of why the events of the War of the Infinity Stones takes place on Earth is both simple and complicated at the same time; it happened on Earth because most of the combatants had a tie to it, and that it was a gathering place ...


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Looking through the other answers here no one seems to address the OP’s concern about the Wakanda scene specifically - expecting to see 1/2 of every living thing (including grass and trees) vanish before our eyes. Eliminating half of anything doesn’t force you to be fair. In a room full of 100 trees with 1 bird in each tree, you can eliminate half the life ...


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Yet after the snap he was suddenly and completely healed. I challenge this assertion. After the Snap, he still had Stormbreaker in his chest, it falls out when he uses the Space Stone to teleport away, presumably to Titan II. There are a couple of things to note about this image here: The wound is still clearly visible with Stormbreaker in his chest and ...


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Thanos' stated goal is a 50% reduction of the universal population. He believes the universe is overpopulated and not sustainable. The population of a single planet 'pre-snap' is not even a blip on the scale as far as he's concerned. He doesn't care about such trivialities. He killed the Asgardians who opposed him while taking over the Asgardian ship to ...


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Two things to consider here. First, the Stormbreaker blow, while obviously very powerful, was not an insta-kill for someone as strong as Thanos (who's already powerful with or without Stones). Hence Thanos' line about how Thor "should have gone for the head". The slight delay between the blow and the resulting death, if not dealt with, allowed Thanos to ...


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The two Infinity Gauntlets, from the post-credits scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Infinity War, do have some physical differences to them. This would mean they are likely not the same Gauntlet. However, from my answer here we see that the post-credits scene probably took place on Nidavellir. The Avengers: Age of Ultron post-credits scene ...


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