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If Steve Rogers wants to dance with Peggy then also that promise was fulfilled, so why didn't Steve want to become Captain America again? Steve didn't want to become Captain America again. He's served his time AND managed to have a full life with Peggy as well. It's time for someone else to take over. Consequently, there was no need to make him young again (...


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Why did she try to radio rather than just returning and delivering her message in person? She's trying to warn her teammates who are in 2014, War Machine, Black Widow and Hawkeye, so they can be aware and take the necessary precautions. They are the ones trying to retrieve Infinity Stones at that point in time and so are at risk. There would be no point in ...


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I guess the simple answer to this is just... We're talking about Thor. In the MCU he's a character that's always acting in a rather dynamic and direct way, just following his gut feelings. What's that? A bad guy!? Punch him in the face! As such I can totally believe him just taking the opportunity without a second thought, following a typical "will ...


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In the first Avengers movie, Tony hacks into SHIELD's computers while onboard the helicarrier by placing a device of some sort on the command terminals used by Nick Fury on the bridge. Later when Tony, Bruce, and Steve are in the lab working on a way to locate the Tesseract, Tony tells Steve that Jarvis is currently hacking SHIELD's computers and, "In a ...


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Dr Strange will have seen that in every possible future, Thanos will gain all 6 infinity stones, and the only way to snap everyone back will be to gather the stones from history. Whatever happens, Thanos would get the time stone from Dr Strange, but the only way the Ancient One will hand over the time stone is if Dr Strange gave it away willingly. Therefore, ...


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We don't know who is undergoing the surgery that Strange is performing during the New York attack. I'm not sure what you've read regarding the identity of the battle-suit injury being discussed immediately prior to Strange's car crash, but the only references I can find to support it being the Hammer pilot from Iron Man 2 are unsupported fan theories. If we ...


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You missed the main point of the movie. They took time to explain that this is not Back to the Future. You can't change your own past. By going back to the past, the team created 4 alternate timelines). Time is definitively changed in those timelines. (I hope the future "What if" show will explore some of those timelines). You might be able to set ...


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I would assume that Hank didn't yet trust Scott enough to tell him priority information. Remember that Scott was trying to make a clean streak and if Scott was to go to the authorities, they might get a little too much if that was what Hank had revealed to Scott. Also, Scott and Hank have a history of lying to each other. It could just be a plot hole, though;...


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No. Cable’s Shield is an extension of his psionic powers, while Iron Man’s is a device In Marvel Comics, Cable is a mutant (the son of Scott Summers (Cyclops) and Madelyne Pryor(a clone of Jean Grey)). He has a mix of technological powers and telepathic/telekinetic powers because as an infant he is infected by a disease, and taken into the future to be ...


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He did. But the suit wasn't built to save him. AFAIK he built his last suit to wield the stones and to at least act as a bit of "shield" for him so he can snap it without dying. If you compare the Banner snap and Tony snap, you could see Banner struggling to snap the gauntlet, but with Tony, he basically just snapped it before the power of the ...


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