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The only on screen conversation we have is between Bruce and Tony when they're having a little bit of a verbal contest. Bruce Banner: Ah, see. I don't get a suit of armor. I'm exposed, like a nerve. It's a nightmare. Tony Stark: You know, I've got a cluster of shrapnel, trying every second to crawl its way into my heart. (points at the MINI-ARC ...


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Basically, Wanda didn't hold Thanos back. He let her think he did for an easier win. There are main 2 factors in play here. The gauntlets power and Thanos's pride. Wanda's power is a tertiary factor. Spoilers ahead! Secondly, Thanos's downfalls is pride. Thanos is a master tactician (or overly cautious) and knew he could reverse time and take the stone ...


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Gutes Guterman Beck mentions his name during the speech: Quentin Beck: To Guterman; the story you created of a soldier from another Earth named Quentin fighting space monsters in Europe is totally ridiculous, and apparently exactly the kind of thing people believe right now! Spider-Man: Far From Home And whilst I'm pretty sure your title is written ...


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Thanos' mission was to save the universe by halving its living population. Once he did that he had no need for the Infinity Stones and they could "only serve as a temptation". Thanos: The universe required correction. After that, the Stones served no purpose, beyond temptation. Avengers: Endgame He also did it so no one could undo what he did. He ...


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What Professor Hulk meant by his long speech in the lab is, traveling into the past creates a new reality; the old one still exists. Thus, the Grandfather Paradox can't happen. This is not the same as most Star Trek time travel stories, or Back to the Future.


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absolootly when she comes into the room and takes him down and starts to clime up on him, there's that kind on shy school boy smitten w/teacher thing untill she see's Thor. Magiczombie


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We don't know because we don't know how anyone is able to use the Infinity Stones, it just seems to be either instinctive/intuitive or the Stone's are doing the work for you by guessing at what you want them to do. A good example of this (disregarding Tony and Smart Hulk because they had studied the Mind Stone) is Peter Quill. He was able to hold the Power ...


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In addition to the accepted answer: After Tony announced that Stark Industries was exiting weapons production he was ousted as CEO by his own Board of Directors, who secured an injunction to lock him out. Tony owned a controlling interest in the company, and eventually would have been able to prevail in a dispute with the board, but at that moment he was ...


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A reverse image search on https://i.stack.imgur.com/EkSF9.jpg turns up that is just a standard stock image, sold by a number of image providers online.


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Machavity’s point #1 is a good explanation, but I don’t think point #2 is on the money. Although VPNs might not have been as common in 2008, remote access was definitely well established. I was personally using ssh as far back as 1999 for remote access to my employer’s computers, and an ISDN connection as far back as 1995—and I’m no billionaire. Tony Stark ...


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Tony did not want to tip his hand to Obadiah Stane that he was suspicious of him. Obadiah had been cordial up to that point (and given that Obadiah tries to kill him afterward, Tony's fears would have been well founded). Since Tony was not a frequent visitor to the building where Obadiah's office was located, and Pepper was, it made more sense for her to go. ...


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Tom Hiddleston has the same problem. His eyes are green in some lights, grey in some and blue in some. From birth they were identified as blue. Loki's eyes are the same as Tom's, and it is Tom's fault they seem to change because in different lights his eyes look different. Loki was under the power of the Mind Stone, but the sceptre never controlled him the ...


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