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However I realized that the word also matched the context they were talking about: in the first exchange, Rogers could have said the word to mean "You did enough harm to give them more reasons to pursue you" (and Bucky clearly understands the implication based on his response), and in the second Bucky may have meant "The doctor could have ...


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I think it's because they want to make the world of the MCU more relatable to our lives and to make Tony feel like an actual father. Scott Lang, for example, calls his daughter "Peanut" all the time, throughout both the Ant-Man films and Infinity War, so I honestly think it's to make the characters feel more grounded in their universe. Even with ...


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The best answer so far is Vibranium. Based on the novelization of Iron Man 2, as well as the fact that it's the first thing that pops up if you google this question. Just because it's proven to have already existed in Captain America, and much later in Black Panther, doesn't mean Tony couldn't ave re-synthesized it in Iron Man 2. Howard Stark says in ...


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We don't know! There is no explanation given as to how Gamora locates the map or the location of the Soul Stone, she just announces that she does know. The locations of the various stones is purely an MCU construct, there is no equivalent in the comics which have a somewhat different structure than the movies.


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I read all of these answers and I believe there is SOMETHING MAJOR related to Kevin Bacon Footloose references in the MCU. Previously mentioned in this thread are the lines from GOTG film but this is also referenced by Mantis in Avengers Infinity War, Thor says that two stones are with the Avengers, Earths mightiest heroes, Mantis replies like Kevin Bacon. ...


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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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Now in the scene he did "transform" into Thor, however, Loki and the Destroy's behaviors seem to be strong indicators that Thor actually was dead. The script (or at least one version of it) would seem to indicate that Thor was almost dead... Thor's eyes close, his last breath leaving his lips. The Destroyer stands over Thor's body, ...


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