You misunderstood one important thing: Dr. Strange did not travel through time. He just looked into 14mil different possible futures to see the one scenario where they could win. His body stayed in the present all the time, as you can clearly see during this whole scene.
And even if he would have been able to really travel there: this future would not be ...
He could have travelled to the future, especially to 2023, and prevented the Avengers from killing 2014's Thanos.
He didn't know he needed to travel to the future.
As far as he's concerned, he's won. He's achieved everything he set out to do, he's destroyed half of all life in the universe and "retired" to the Garden with the Infinity Stones.
He'd have no ...
Although they are Russo's words, I don't agree to their reasoning. I do, however, agree with their decision to pass on the symbol of Captain America to Sam.
Bucky is fighting for the right side now but that doesn't absolve him of the crimes he committed. Him being brainwashed doesn't erase his sins.
At the end of Civil War Bucky is still a criminal ...
So why was the Ancient One hesitant to accept him in Dr. Strange?
She explains her reasoning immediately after Strange is thrown out, when speaking with Mordo.
AO: You think I was wrong to cast him out.
BM: Five hours later he's still on your doorstep. There's a strength to him.
AO: Stubbornness, arrogance, ambition. I've seen it all before.
BM: He reminds ...
Nebula didn't ask for a deed, she was just telling the story. Why did Ant-Man use "not it" in this conversation?
He's saying..."Don't choose me to go there"
Scott knows they have to go there to get the Soul Stone and he's making the deliberate statement that he doesn't want to be the one selected.
NEBULA: "A dominion of death, at the very ...
Thanos is enraged when he finally breaks the shield. Prior to his angry onslaught, we see the shield deflect the sword several times. It's not necessarily that Tony's blade is stronger than Steve's shield, but it isn't being hit as hard.
Tony's blade is made up of his nanites, which are extremely durable. For example, We also see the nanites make a gauntlet ...
It was always unclear why Captain America couldn't lift Mjolnir in Age of Ultron.
Was he not worthy at all? Unlikely; it's Captain America after all, worthiness goes with the character, his MCU version at least. Plus, Mjolnir did move. (Note that in the comics, Cap has wielded Mjolnir)
Was he not completely worthy yet? Possibly. After all, there is still ...
But in Endgame when the heroes traveled back in time to get the Infinity Stones, at the events of The Avengers (2012 film), we see that Hulk from that time period talking. Which was never shown in the Avengers movie.
It's established that the Hulk can talk coherently provided he's not in complete "rage" mode during, say, battle.
When he bashes Loki he ...
In 2012 Tony took the elevator and ended up in an argument about who should keep the Tesseract. At that time hulk busted out of the stairway and exited the building.
Tony's mind was involved in more important things, like the
He had gotten used to Hulk busting things up now and then, so it was
one more of such things.
Tony had lost so many people ...
Whoever is worthy can possess the power of Thor.
From the first Thor movie:
Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor.
So, since Cap is worthy, he possesses all the powers of Thor.
Question: What is the Ancient One's mistake?
The mistake the Ancient One was referring to was her initial intent to not give the Time Stone to Banner.
Before explaining, it's important to mention/keep in mind that the Ancient One has the ability to see the future (but only so far).
Going into the events of The Avengers (as shown in Avengers: Endgame), the ...
Blip and Snap are different events as per Kevin Feige:
"It came pretty fast. We always referred to it as the Blip, and then the public started referring to it as the Snap," explained Feige. "We think it's funny when high school kids just call this horrific, universe-changing event the Blip. We've narrowed it down to, the Snap is when everybody disappeared ...
No, he's not being inconsistent.
Thor's powers are his, they're not granted by Mjolnir. He's capable - even if he doesn't realise/know it - of using them without Mjolnir, including after it's destroyed as he does in Thor: Ragnarok.
In the first Thor movie, Odin takes Thor's powers away from him, and then places the enchantment on Mjolnir. The intention is ...
It was a shrunken Benatar, the spaceship Widow and Hawkeye later used to travel to Vormir. Rocket, obviously, is attached to this ship - and in the absence of most of the other Guardians (Nebula's still new), he's got the responsibility on it, unofficially.
The ship was almost certainly shrunk with Ant-Man's shrinking disks.
Because they brought it with them.
Before going on the Time Heist, they shrunk it down and we see it in Hawkeye's hand
As the Power Stone and Soul Stone were off Earth, the Benatar traveled back to 2014, first dropping off Nebula and War Machine on Morag before Hawkeye and Black Widow used it to travel to Vormir.
Source: Benatar > History > Used by the ...
The snap affected all creatures in the universe including birds, Scott is looking at the birds and realising they have come back and so he works out that the "un-snap" has worked.
Natasha: Thanos did what he planned to do, killed half of all living creatures in the universe.
There's nothing more to it than that.
To explain this further the facility was ...
From this question & answer at Science Fiction & Fantasy
What’s with the clanks at the end of the credits in Avengers: Endgame?
According to Vanity Fair Disney have confirmed....
There is no traditional Marvel end-of-credits scene or teaser in Avengers: Endgame—but there is a little treat for patient fans who sat through the movie’s very, very, ...
As a quick answer, the Russo's along with writers Markus and McFeely stated on the feature commentary that one of the main choices for the use of the particular time travel apparatus was simply due to the fact that its inception was already pre - figured in the plot, thanks to Peyton Reeds Ant-Man films which both set up the notion and mechanics of the '...
Yeah, it was "never in the cards", Endgame being, well, an ending, etc. From an interview with USA Today:
But the newest blockbuster "Avengers: Endgame" – an action-packed, emotionally exhausting three-hour culmination of the 22-film saga so far – breaks from tradition by skipping Marvel's usual stingers, which have at times teased to ...
Originally, Thanos probably didn't care much about the Avengers other than as an obstacle to his mission of freeing the world from overpopulation. He thinks he's doing everyone a favour, even though humans and other lower life forms might not yet understand it.
However, in Endgame he learns that his future self succeeded, but even five years after the snap, ...
The Time Stone ain't the only thing in this world that needs protection. Sure, it was a big deal to protect it while it was here, but it's not the only thing wizards do.
Remember that in Thor: Ragnarok, Strange explains to Thor that part of his role is to protect the Earth from intergalactic/interdimensional threats, Loki being one.
STRANGE: So, I keep a ...
He did not know:
Tony: I have a little girl.
Howard: A girl would be nice. Less of a chance
she'd turn out exactly like me.
Tony: So, where are you
at with names?
Howard: Well, if it's a boy,
my wife likes Almanzo.
So I guess he's just using he as a somewhat neutral pronoun.
Red Skull's instructions are you must lose that which you love not sacrifice it and Clint does lose what he loves.
Red Skull: In order to take the stone you must lose that which you love. A soul...For a soul.
Avengers: Infinity War
Red Skull: In order to take the stone, you must lose that which you love. An everlasting exchange. A soul, for a soul.
The Time Stone itself doesn't do anything to protect Earth, in Doctor Strange it is explained that Dormammu is kept out by the three Sanctums (New York, London and Hong Kong) forming a magical shield around the planet:
The Time Stone is a powerful weapon that can be used by the Sorcerer Supreme in their fight against darkness, as Doctor Strange uses it to ...
This was addressed in an interview - basically, who says she didn't/won't?
Some people felt like Natasha deserved a funeral just like Tony. [...] The Russos cleared the air regarding this topic as well:
Q: Why didn’t Black Widow get a funeral as well?
A: Did you forget when the heroes were mourning for her after when they returned from the past? Maybe her ...
Then, why did Doctor Strange give away the Time Stone to Thanos while it's anyway not there at the end of Endgame ?
What other choice did he have?
Of the 14,000,605 outcomes there was only one way to win.
Strange had to give up the Time Stone to let the remaining Avengers on Titan continue to live (Thanos would have killed them otherwise) so that ultimate ...
Tony is flying the Benetar Milano, the ship belonging to the Guardians of the Galaxy. This makes sense, as we know the guardians piloted this ship to Titan and we are never shown it being damaged or destroyed. The large 4 windowed area where he is recording his message is the cockpit (compare to this clip from Infinity War), and at 0:20 in your linked video, ...