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You're making a few faulty assumptions/comparisons in this question which is why this looks to be confusing you. Quill might have only been able to hold the Power Stone for as long as he did because he is half Celestial but note here that he is touching the raw Stone whereas Tony has a protective shield between him and the Stone. Also note that as far as I ...


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That would very much depend on who you ask. The writers believe that Cap went back in the same timeline and so there would have been two Caps from their point of view. Fandango: So people are asking... Does this mean an old Captain America was hanging out this whole time while another Captain America was saving the day? Christopher Markus: That is ...


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There's no indication that they weren't trying to use the jump points, in fact they were most likely trying to use them. However, you need to be able to get to a jump point to be able to use it, they aren't summoned. We see this in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 when the Guardians are escaping the Sovereign fleet. Peter Quill: What’s the nearest habitable ...


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There's an interview of Russell Bobbitt, Hollywood prop master, about that in this Screenrant article. There are actually several props, depending on the nature of the scene it's in. Rubber, fiberglass, you name it. So how many hammers are usually on set? You see them flip it around and obviously it seemed lighter and then you see the real one and it's ...


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Normal humans can handle Infinity Stones that are properly encased. Handling the Tesseract (which itself encases the Space Stone, but not in a human-safe way) with modest amounts of protective equipment (briefcase, tongs). Handling the Scepter (which encases the Mind Stone) directly. So it's not really a stretch that Tony could devise a gauntlet that ...


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I'm pretty sure this wasn't explicitly explained in the film and I can't find any interviews where it is mentioned. However, Beck and everyone on his team are former employees of Stark Industries and were either forced out or left for various reasons. It makes sense that some of these people would have taken some stuff with them or at least the ideas and ...


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It would appear so, in Avengers: Endgame when Pepper goes to see Tony after his Snap she asks F.R.I.D.A.Y. to examine him. It isn't exactly clear where F.R.I.D.A.Y. is talking from as they both have their helmets off but it is presumably from the Rescue suit as Tony's was damaged from the Snap. You can watch that scene here. Pepper: F.R.I.D.A.Y.? F.R....


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Kevin Feige has spoken about this with Slash Film but gives no definite answer only stating that they probably have a longer lifespan than cats. I’m wondering what has Goose been doing for the last 20 years? Can we get like a short film on Disney+ where we would like see that Goose was secretly offscreen at all of these important events? I love it! ...


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Jessica isn't acting perfectly rationally here. She's intelligent, certainly, but that doesn't mean she always makes optimal decisions. Her behavior has nothing to do with what's best for the case. It has everything to do with how she feels about Sallinger. She's furious with Sallinger. He stabbed her and nearly killed her. He's demeaned her and insulted her....


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They stayed dead, Loki, Vision and Heimdall are some of the best examples. Had they come back to life we most certainly would have seen them in the Battle of Earth, however, we did not. Vision even shows up in the "in memorium" video in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Christopher Markus answers is a bit more clearly for these ...


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Tony didn't have the glasses with E.D.I.T.H. on them during the Battle of Earth. You can see that at various times throughout when he doesn't have his helmet on. This makes sense as he had left them for Peter and would have done so before going on the Time Heist around the same time he made his will video. After that he didn't have time to fetch them again ...


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Yes First, she learns physical skills incredibly fast. Whether this is a consequence of her other powers or something distinct isn't clear, but her trainer thought she was on performance-enhancing drugs due to how fast she learned. Some of her physical skills are possible in the real world—for a person who has been training since they were a child. ...


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It's simply a translation convention for the audience and for the actors. Schmidt and Zola might "actually" be speaking German, but since Toby Jones and Hugo Weaving might not be able to speak German, they adopted the same "accented English" that a lot of movies use instead. Other examples of this, off the top of my head and not necessarily sci-fi/fantasy, ...


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According to an interview with WETA Digital Visual Effects Supervisor Matt Aitken, these creatures are called "Chitauri gorillas". In a new interview with SlashFilm, WETA Digital Visual Effects Supervisor Matt Aitken discussed the battle and revealed who was on Thanos' side. Aitken confirmed that the fight featured three groups of alien warriors who ...


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No, his powers are not inconsistently represented. Kilgrave's mind control powers are effected by some kind of chemical/pheromone he exudes into the air. Therefore victims must be in range of that before he can control them (just being able to see or hear them is not enough). Once under Kilgrave's control the effect lasts about 10-12 hours, whether or not ...


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Possibly but I don't think Stormbreaker has the ability to keep the Bifrost open to be able to destroy the ship. We see in Thor that it is the act of leaving the Bifrost open which could have destroyed Jotunheim and not having used the Bifrost to "cut through" the planet. Volstagg: Couldn't you just leave the bridge open for us? Heimdall: To keep ...


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The only known space faring humans we've seen in the MCU thus far are Peter Quill, who is only half human, and Carol Danvers, who has special powers from the Tesseract. The only others are the Avengers from Avengers: Infinity War onwards who went to space to fight Thanos. Every other "human" we see are actually humanoid or just look like a human rather than ...


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Petersaber mentioned this in a comment, but I'd like to expand on it: Reversing time to undo Tony's death would also undo the outcome of the event that led to his death—his Snap. In order to save Tony, you have to rewind to before he snapped, which puts Thanos and his whole army back, which ultimately solves nothing. Remember how in Infinity War, when ...


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For what we know now, it's that it could be a foreshadowing of the phase 4 of the MCU with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings as it has been announced few days ago. Marvel like to give hints of what will happen in next movies of the MCU, but discretly enough in case nothing will go out as expected.


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The Russo brothers recently revealed that they interpreted the scene in that he could always lift it but just chose not to as we see in this answer by @galacticninja. GeneralBenKenobi: Could Cap always wield Mjolnir (meaning he could have picked it up in Age of Ultron and decided not to), or did he progressively get more worthy over time? ...


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According to Anthony Russo*, in a Reddit AMA (Ask me anything) post, Captain America could wield Mjolnir as far back as the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Q: Could Cap always wield Mjolnir (meaning he could have picked it up in Age of Ultron and decided not to), or did he progressively get more worthy over time? Anthony: He always could. Our ...


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First off it is worth noting that stuff can shrink outside of a suit, inanimate objects are find to shrink outside of the suit as we first see in Ant-Man with various objects including Thomas the Tank Engine. Even ants seem somewhat fine without a protective suit. The discs Ant-Man uses accomplish this to help him shrink/grow objects. The suit is only there ...


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Regardless of whether Cap went back to the same timeline or a different one, Sharon Carter was not Steve Rogers’ niece when they kissed. Even if he would eventually marry Sharon’s aunt, he had not done so yet. So in no version of events did he make out with his niece—at most, he made out with a woman whose aunt he would later marry, and he would later ...


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In the MCU itself we don’t know for sure but presumably she just looked the same but without the cybernetic enhancements. As we can tell she has been enhanced over the years by Thanos, she explicitly mentions that herself. Nebula: You were all I had, but you were the one who needed to win! Thanos pulled my eye from my head and brain from my skull and my ...


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From a recent interview with RDJ, the MK 85 suit was created as a contingency plan. The MK 50 was used to survive, while the MK 85 was designed to get the job done. My guess is that he built suits until he got one that would sustain the Gamma Radiation levels emitted by the Infinity Stones so that if/when the time came, he could finish the job. The nano ...


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I would as it is the same reason Thanos cares about the black order less, they were just fanatical followers and servants to him. Gamora was brave enough to aproach him on her own planet and she seemed to have more of a mind of her own, plus she was generally more like a regular, sane, person with a conscience. Maybe, deep down, he thought Nebula and the ...


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Translation convention that's been around forever: when you see two characters who logically should be speaking another language in that given situation, unless specifically otherwise indicated assume they are speaking in that language and you're just watching a translated version of the conversation. Star Trek is probably the best example. When you see two ...


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From the commentary included with Avengers:Endgame Captain Marvel was able to locate Tony and Nebula in space because the ship had a homing beacon. She learned all that after the credits scene in Captain Marvel. - BGR Essentially, Rocket probably told her the ship had a homing beacon and gave her the frequency / info she needed to find it.


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In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Nebula says that she wanted a sister, while all Gamora wanted was to win. This was the root of her hatred. GAMORA: Nebula, I really don't need this. My day has been bad ENOUGH NEBULA: I don't need you always trying to beat me! GAMORA: I'm not the one who just flew across the universe because I wanted to win! ...


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This is from Thor Issue 390 when Captain America wields Mjolnir in order to give it back to Thor. Later on after the battle Thor and Cap both hold Mjolnir's handle whilst talking about the bond that now binds them. In particular the last panel appears to be what you are looking for.


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