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The Ancient One: I’ve spent so many years peering through time looking at this exact moment, but I can’t see past it. I’ve prevented countless, terrible futures, and after each one, there’s always another, and they all lead here, but never further. Dr. Stephen Strange: You think this is where you die. Doctor Strange, 2016 The Ancient One doesn't do anything ...


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I believe there are two main reasons for this. Firstly, the Sorcerers protect the Earth, and world, from more mystical threats. Whilst one could argue that Thanos with the full Infinity Gauntlet is mystical, I don’t think they mean mystical like that. At the very heart of it Thanos’ threat is still very physical in nature... for the Avengers to deal with. ...


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It’s not the same person, the one who shows up in WandaVision isn’t even Pietro but someone that Agatha was controlling. Monica: Monica: Agnes doesn't live here. You do. Ralph (Pietro): Oh. Monica: You're Ralph Bohner? WandaVision, Season 1 Episode 9, “The Season Finale” Wanda’s brother in the MCU is the Pietro we see in Avengers: Age of Ultron who died. ...


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Unfortunately, there is no explicit evidence as to who bought it. My money is on some megacorporation just needing a new location, but another good theory comes from Screenrant: One of the leading theories about the Avengers Tower's new owner is that it was purchased by the MCU's Reed Richards for the Fantastic Four. If so, the building could be rebranded ...


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We don't know what SWORD used when dissecting Vision's body and putting him back together a thousand times. However, vibranium isn't as strong as you state... though of course it is the strongest metal on Earth. Leading with that it is only the strongest metal on Earth (Avengers: Age of Ultron) and we know that there are other metals that are stronger: Uru, ...


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Short answer, No. You do not need a staff or a Scepter to use the stones There are at least two instances that I can think of that support this: In Avengers: Endgame, Thanos uses the Power Stone to punch Captain Marvel In Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 1, Peter Quill uses the Power Stone to kill Ronan In both these instances, the wielder held the Power ...


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Firstly, I want to address the Infinity Gauntlet part of the question as that is answered here. The user needs to make a fist with the Infinity Gauntlet to be able to use it. Whilst this restriction was placed out of universe it is not inconceivable that Eitri baked the restriction in as a minor hindrance to Thanos and to give others a chance against him. “...


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The Infinity Gauntlet has no known extra powers, all we see is that is has the power to channel and control all of the Infinity Stones, either together or separately. Eitri: 300 dwarves lived on this ring. I thought if I did what he asked, they'd be safe. I made what he wanted. A device capable of harnessing the power of the stones. Then he killed everyone ...


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There's a handful of ways to address how two pilot stations could control a craft, each having their pros and cons. Boeing uses mechanical linkages between the controls on both control yokes, If there is a dispute on who is in control then I guess the stronger pilot wins. This makes the control yoke as much of an indicator as a control. It shows to the ...


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According to its maker, its purpose was to harness the power of the stones. No other power is mentioned or hinted at. Eitri: I made what he wanted. A device capable of harnessing the power of the stones.


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Offhand; Adam Warlock kills Thanos by turning him to stone in Marvel Two in One Annual #2 by Jim Starlin Drax kills Thanos by ripping his heart out in Annihilation #4 by Keith Griffen Thor kills Thanos after he acquires the odinforce from Odin in Thor #25 by Dan Jurgens Squirrel Girl defeated Thanos in the GLX-Mas Special by Dan Slott; (I think this is ...


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They're not both piloting the ship, the control arm they are using and flipping is used to switch the pilot from either set of controls. This is backed up by their bickering over who is the better pilot as they swap controls back to themselves. Drax: Quill, to make it through that you’d have to be the greatest pilot in the universe. Quill: Lucky for us, I… ...


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In reply to the replier who bashes Hulk as a writeable character. The television series that ran for 5 seasons and 80 episodes, was popular and ran that long because the used the Banner character as the main character with small doses of the actual Hulk. The contrast and frustration of Banner losing control, along with the interactions with other people, ...


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According to the Iowa City High School Q/A with Joe Russo it is kind of an out of body experience. Russo goes into more detail on the scene and motivations behind what they were portraying. [The next student’s audio did not come out clearly- from what I remember and from what I could understand- the student was asking why Gamorra appeared as a child towards ...


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I always assumed Cap has a magnet on his back and that that's how it is supposed to work in the movies. However, I just read Magneto has no power over Cap's shield. Either the movies did not take this into account or they are hoping they never meet because if they do SOMEBODY has some double talking to do. The again maybe it is a Stark reverse repulsor ...


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The one that made me suspect her was S1E3. Then there's the oddity of S1E6


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I’ve been back through and watched the scenes and unless I’m just not eagle eyed enough it doesn’t look like you’d be able to see the manipulations shown in the montage. Even in the magic show scene she is shown a lot around the manipulation moment but as far as I can tell not doing the manipulation, it cuts to Vision when she’s doing that. That said there ...


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Nagraj. Possible future links with Raj comics. Marvel may be exploring the Indian comic hero scene to potentially create a feature film based on Indian comic book heroes, of which there are plenty. Nagraj and Super Commando Dhruv being the key ones. It is possible that Tony got wind of some super human activity in India and he is using the wedding as a cover ...


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Asgard is the people not the place. Odin states this in the same film and I believe Thor reiterates it later on. As such as Asgard is still around then he wouldn’t lose his powers. And of course there is also New Asgard in Norway that we could argue is the (new) place as well. Odin: Asgard is not a place. Never was. This could be Asgard. Asgard is where our ...


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The TV Anchor in Cairo is most likely Moon Knight, and the highschool valedictorian is probably Ethan Edwards, a superman knockoff. Of course, this doesn't mean we'll see Ethan, but it is a nice reference.


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I know this question has plenty of answers, but here's another, from a different perspective. Thematically it had to be Tony, every avenger movie so far had built to this. In the Avengers Assemble when Cap and Tony are facing off Cap says "You'd never make the sacrifice play, fall on a wire to save your friends". However later in the movie Tony ...


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I think when Dr. Strange lifts that one finger to Tony, signaling to him that this is his one chance at winning, Tony knows exactly what he has to do. In another timeline (the failed ones Dr. Strange saw), Dr. Strange may not have lifted that finger and Tony wouldn’t have known to snap and they would have lost. Tony asked Dr. Strange during the Endgame ...


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