I would imagine that the close friends/family of the Avengers are familiar with what actually took place however, the public only knows that some blip occurred which restored 5 years.
Having said that - I would imagine they'd think that the Avengers went back in time because how else from a regular standpoint would you reason a 'blip' bringing people back ...
Yondu knew it!
In this scene Yondu talks to Stakar, the Ravagers' chief:
Stakar "You betrayed the code! Ravagers don't deal in kids!"
Yondu "I told you before, I didn't know what was going on..."
Stakar "You didn't know 'cause you didn't wanna know, 'cause that made
Other sources: https://marvelcinematicuniverse....
The entire Loki Disney+ series is about this.
Yes, new timelines are created via action. They can either collapse back into their “parent” timeline as happened with the ones that Cap fixed, or they can be “pruned” by the Time Variance Authority which exists to keep branches under a certain threshold where they can’t threaten the “sacred” timeline.
I've got two proposals which are probably very intertwined:
Maguna is a town in India, North of Ahmedabad (North-West India): In Spiderman: Homecoming Tony Stark rescues Spiderman from the bottom of a lake. Later, they talk to each other and Spiderman at some point realizes that Stark isn't in the suit. Instead he's remotely controlling it from some place ...
The existing answers are quite elaborate, but from my perspective there is another reason:
Tony Stark has everything one can buy in the material world. He has all the stuff and all the hot chicks "love" him because of his esprit and the power he has. This changes when he falls in love with Ms. Potts. Suddenly, material things are just there, but ...
Unknown but probably not
The only real indication of what the public knows is from Spider-Man: Far from Home from the school video
Over five years ago, half of all life in the universe, including our own
Midtown High...was wiped from existence.
Then eight months ago, a band of brave heroes brought us back.
So clearly the Avengers seem to have revealed some ...
Documents and information have been 'magically redacted'
In an interview with Variety, screenwriters Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna discuss the fallout of Dr Strange's spell:
Since Holland’s Peter still exists in the MCU, his decision has a litany of wide-ranging — and persnickety — problems attached to it: Does this mean all records of him are gone too? ...
I think people forgetting who Peter Parker does not erase records.
Even if there were written/digital records showing Spider-Man to be Peter Parker, not a single person in this world knows Peter either by name or face. So records might be ignored (we don't know yet, we will know only in the next film).
Also, if Peter's ID and Schooling is erased, then he ...