The Avengers: Infinity War (Endgame) Ending Explained
Avengers: Endgame denoted the conclusion of a significant time period — and the start of another one. However large numbers of the film’s characters kicked the bucket or resigned — once more, spoiler alert! — others acquired new titles or set off on missions across the universe
The Story of The Avengers: Infinity War (Endgame)
As the film’s title suggests, it picks up seconds after Avengers: Infinity War, as the remaining superheroes are busy rebuilding their world from the rubble. Though they’re getting ready to battle the Mad Titan Thanos (Josh Brolin), they’re not out of the woods just yet. In this film, the Quantum Realm will play a pivotal role. There, the team is able to access alternate dimensions, making it possible for them to visit different planets and basically grow in size, making it easier to access new weapons and resources. How? Well, the Quantum Realm is the fourth wall. Because it is the closest reality to our own, the four Marvel heroes can visit their past and get a peek at their actions.
Thanos’s Plan in The Avengers: Infinity War (Endgame)
Captain America, Black Widow, Iron Man and other Marvel heroes come together with the Guardians of the
Galaxy to defeat Thanos — after he has wiped out half the population of the universe with his snap. But
before doing so, he gathers all the Infinity Stones (the source of all power for the fictional universe) and
puts them in his gauntlet to ensure no one can interfere with his plan. Thanos Will Not Live Forever
“He will not survive this,” actor Josh Brolin told EW, adding, “He will either die by his own hand, or
he will die as a result of the actions that he takes.” Ant-Man Will Return As did the Scarlet Witch,
Thor and Hulk. Paul Rudd confirmed as much to ET. “My head has been down in
the trenches,” he told the outlet in November 2018.
Avengers’ Defeat Thanos
But Thanos, played by Josh Brolin, and his gooey Infinity Gauntlet stole the show. Before long, Thanos snatched up all six
Infinity Stones and began using them to re-balance the universe by wiping out half of humanity. (This of course, was all to
make way for the eternally youthful The Reality Stone, which Thanos was eventually able to retrieve.) Infinity
War concluded with Thanos defeating the Avengers and locking them in a cell. But the snap may have been a trick.
At the very end of the movie, Thanos is in what looks like a moon prison with several Infinity Stones around him,
but he appears to be touching nothing. The snap, he appears to say,
was a decoy. But he’ll return for a much bigger endeavor.
Captain America’s Legacy
After Steve Rogers was resurrected in Captain America: Civil War, he retired from S.H.I.E.L.D. to help train new generations of heroes, with Tony Stark as a mentor. After the events of Infinity War, we learned that Rogers had been very upset that Tony decided to keep his “super soldier serum” secret, and even seemed to blame his friend. Tony’s conscience eventually got the better of him, however, and he took the serum after being injected with a sample from Bucky Barnes, to give to Rogers in the hope that he’d find a new purpose. Rogers didn’t seem to get much fulfillment from the serum, so he decided to go back into active duty, and the scene in Endgame that showed him in costume training his replacement was a strong message of hope for Cap fans.
When it comes to the Avengers’ predicament, it is unclear if they will find a way to fight Thanos or if Earth has somehow been saved. The upcoming Captain Marvel movie will be set in the 1990s, and it seems possible that it will offer a clue as to the Avengers’ futures.
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