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Because Dormammu doesn't exist in time, but Thanos does. In Dr. Strange, it was stated that Dormammu belongs to the Dark Dimension and existed outside of time. Wong: Dormammu dwells in the Dark Dimension. Beyond time. source Generally, when you reverse time, you reverse everything including the memory of the person existing inside the time. Since ...


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Strange planned to lose. Spoilers ahead...! It seems odd to me that he just handed over the time stone without a fight to save Tony. Especially after the speech he gave about how he'd let Tony or Peter die if it came down to saving them or protecting the stone. He was definitely willing to "trade lives". When asked why he offers "We're in the endgame now." ...


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The hammer Mjolnir, Thor's previous weapon, had an enchantment placed upon it by Odin so that it could only be wielded by those who were "worthy" of doing so. Hulk and the other Avengers couldn't pick it up not because they lacked the physical strength, but because for reasons we're not privy to, Mjolnir deemed them unworthy -- with the exceptions of ...


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Thanos didn't use the power stone on the Hulk. Thanos is a massively powerful being on his own, even without the stones. Note that the Power Stone wasn't glowing at the time and also Ebony Maw let Hulk and Thanos fight without any interference, saying: No, let him have his fun... To quote an official source: Infinity War Writers Say Thanos Could've ...


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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 ...


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He could have used any modern technology mobiles why a flip phone? That flip phone was originally sent to Tony by Captain America, at the end of Captain America: Civil War. Per the events of Captain America: Civil War, the Avengers had broken up as a whole, and Captain America was considered by the government to be a fugitive. Towards the end of the film,...


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As seen in the Doctor Strange movie, the whole universe doesn't have to be affected by the time stone. One of the first things he does with the Eye of Agamotto is age and reverse age an apple. This shows that the time stone is able to alter objects in localized spaces and allows Thanos to revert Vision to his former self ...


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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 ...


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The last time we saw Hulk, he was overpowered and beaten badly by Thanos. He doesn't reappear after the Bifrost transport to Earth and refuses to "come out" for Banner. This is the first time Hulk has ever come up against an opponent that was stronger than him, and this has shocked him to his big green core. Hulk seems to be afraid. Even Banner states ...


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He was taken out by surprise and his system was disrupted by the staff of Corvus Glaive. Actually, he wasn't weak. He was stabbed with a blade from behind that made him weaker. Corvus Glaive's staff disrupts his ability to function and his atoms were not be able to fully restore. That's why he was not able to fight back. That staff is able to slice through ...


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Eitri the dwarf states that the new weapon is theoretically capable of Bifrost travel when discussing it with Thor and Rocket. Thor evidently has tested this and it works this is how he gets to Wakanda - as you note, the ground is "branded" by this form of travel and that is clear in the image you have posted. Also, there was no need to be on Asgard to ...


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Thor explains it when he's rescued by the Guardians of the Galaxy: He got the Power stone last week when he decimated Xandar and he got the Space stone from me when he slaughtered half my people Thanos attacking Xandar (home planet of the Nova Corps, and where the Guardians left the Orb/Power stone at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 1) is just ...


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It appears difficult to use the Tesseract for these purposes without some extra mechanical agency to help control its power. The fist time we see the Tesseract open a portal (at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger) it seems to be entirely random following it getting struck during the battle on the Valkyrie, whisking the Red Skull off to Vormir or ...


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Banner has not met Dr Strange, no. At least, not in the MCU prior to Infinity War anyway. However he just landed in a staircase, and was transforming back from the Hulk amidst the wreckage. I'd say that he'd be likely to be babbling about Thanos to anyone who would listen at that point, regardless of whether or not they could do anything about it. As it ...


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Hofund was indeed broken in the battle, we see this when Heimdall sends Hulk back to Earth by summoning the Bifrost. That is the last we see of the sword and then the ship is blown up using the Power Stone by Thanos. Therefore, it is quite likely that the sword was broken up further but we don't see it again to know for sure.


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It seems to be general knowledge that with the all the Infinity Stones the wielder (if he is strong enough) can do... Anything. Certainly the Asgardians seemed to be aware of it...even Odin had a fake Gauntlet made up. In addition, both Wong and Dr Strange are both aware of the Infinity Stones and their inherent nature and the power of individual stones ...


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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 ...


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Thanos is above manual labor As much as he gets his own hands "dirty" (during the flashback), in the previous films (Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy) he's been more than happy to let someone else (try) to do the work for him. If he has to do it, he may as well get it over and done with quickly. The complete set is enticing As shown in Avengers: Infinity ...


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Maybe because he was not interested to do it. He was pretty clear about his opinion for future portrayal of the character from very start, from his 2012's interview from collider (emphasis mine): I [signed a multi-picture deal] for Captain America. I think the tendency, with those films, would be to probably not bring a villain back. They might for The ...


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From time.com Who died by the hand of Thanos or his henchmen: Loki: Loki offers fake fealty to Thanos and then immediately tries to assassinate the evil alien. Thanos doesn’t buy Loki’s trick and quickly murders him. Thanos quips, “No resurrections this time” after killing him. Heimdall: Thanos and his children murder Thor’s best friend Heimdall ...


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Rocket Raccoon gave Thor a new eye ball to replace his missing one. Rocket: Well, if fate does want you to kill that crapsack, you’re gonna need more than one stupid eyeball. Thor: What's this? Rocket: What's it look like? Some jerk lost a bet with me in Contraxia. Thor: He gave you his eye? Rocket: No, he gave me 100 credits. I ...


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Can't Thanos do the exact same thing, now? Sure, but there's no guarantee that Thanos would discover an outcome that would lead to his demise. For all we know, if Dr. Strange would have continued his search through the future, then, he could have discovered another couple, or even couple hundred, different paths that lead to beating Thanos. Conversely, it'...


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Because her powers are the same energy as the Mind Stone. As seen in Age of Ultron, Wanda and Pietro were given their powers by von Strucker, using Loki's Scepter (which contained the Mind Stone). Because of this, Wanda is the only person who could destroy the stone. The relevant quote from Infinity War comes from Vision: I've been giving a good deal of ...


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It's a TV (and old radio show) reference. Both Die Hard and Avengers are referring to a song. It's a pop-culture way of saying, "Goodbye!" When Tony Says it to Peter, he's implying, "Happy Trails, until we meet again!" in a friendly way. When Bruce Willis says it to the bad guy, it's a sarcastic way of saying "Goodbye." The Roy Rogers reference also ties ...


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A bit of background: Thor's Hammer, Mjolnir, does not have the power to open the bifrost, it was smithed by the dwarves at Odins command. It was not the kings weapon and did not have the power or authority to open the bifrost bestowed upon it by Odin, in fact, Odin has prohibited Thor from using the bifrost on several occasions and giving him the ability to ...


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I think you've misheard the dialogue. That dialogue was Thanos: I take it that Maw is dead? This day extracts a heavy toll. Transcript source this, this and this and me that sometimes sounds like the and that's probably where you got confused. Isn't Ebony Maw his full name. Is Maw some kind of species name? Yes, Ebony Maw is his full name and this ...


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I can't find the exact quote, but I believe this is in reference to the initial arrival of Bruce Banner and then Maw. When Bruce first lands on Earth he warns that Thanos is coming, soon after Maw arrives in NYC. I think (and this is the quote that I can't find) that Dr Strange asks if Maw is Thanos. So in the scene, you mention Dr Strange is making a ...


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This is answered by Russo brothers themselves: What was the decision making process to bring Red Skull back? Joe Russo: Somebody had to be the gatekeeper to the Soul Stone and somebody had to distribute the rules to Thanos and Gamora. Anthony Russo: In a way that was credible and believable. Joe Russo: Who felt credible to the audience. ...


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In universe, because Dr. Strange saw all 14+ million possible futures and there was only one that led to victory for the Avengers and co--the one he took. Presumably taking any other path, including going back to warn the others, would lead to one of the futures wherein Thanos "won" forever. He says as much to Tony near the end: "It was the only way." Out ...


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This may be a reference to an obscure "trend" from Scotland. The Glasgow Stonner Kebab "The Stonner", a 1,000-calorie, deep fried pork sausage kebab has been dubbed the most dangerous fast food in Britain. The connection is that Vision and Scarlet Witch are hiding in Edinburgh, Scotland and they got to make a reference to a local 10+ year old fast food ...


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