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Use this tag for questions that are related to the fictional universe in which all films and TV shows independently produced by Marvel Studios take place.

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The writers could certainly rationalize the presence or absence of Captain America and the other fugitives during the Wakandan civil war, but from a storytelling point of view Captain America's involv …
answered Mar 18 '18 by jeffronicus
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Screenwriter Stephen McFeely touches on the issue in this New York Times interview, answering a question about deciding where in the two movies major events would happen: Another big plot point is …
answered Jun 26 by jeffronicus
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Thanos repeatedly notes throughout Infinity War that only he has the willpower to do what needs to be done and he will not be dissuaded or deterred. His unrelenting will is his defining character attr …
answered May 2 '18 by jeffronicus
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Thanos: Stark. Stark: You know me? Thanos: I do. You're not the only one cursed with knowledge. I took that two ways: Thanos knows Stark through the events of The Avengers, when Stark …
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