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 ...
How come he didn't know what's happening at/to Nidavellir, Titan, Infinity Stones.
Because he's not all-knowing.
He can maintain a watchlist of known players but if he doesn't know about them, they won't be on the watchlist.
It's absolutely clear that Dr Strange does not know about Thanos since when Banner says "Thanos is coming."...Strange's reply is
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.
Surtur tells him that because
he'd be the one that will initiate the Ragnarok.
Near the end, you can see that Thor wasn't able to kill Hela, so, in order to do that, he asks Loki to put the Surtur's crown in the eternal flame, so Surtur can destroy Asgard along with Hela.
Thor: Asgard's not a place, it's a people. This was never about stopping Ragnarok.....
Strange is watching over the Earth. He is not actively monitoring the beings / realm.
He never said he is monitoring all 9 realms. His exact lines were
So, I keep a watch list of individuals and beings from other realms
that may be a threat to this world. Your adopted brother, Loki, is one
of these beings.
He did not care what Loki was doing to ...
She doesn't have the right tools
Using the Infinity Stones without great care...doesn't have the best track record. Remember Red Skull? He messed with the Tesseract and got sent to Voromir, there to be enslaved to the Soul Stone for who knows how long.
For that matter, remember when Iron Man took the Mind Stone home and ended up with a robot army?
There are a few things that could explain this:
Thor is able to use his powers against Hela, but they are still new to him and he is not use to wielding them without a "focus" like his hammer. While he is incredibly powerful, he struggles to use his powers effectively.
Thanos is no slouch. He's referred to as the strongest being in the universe" multiple ...
Doctor Strange says that he monitors individuals and beings from other realms (planets such as Asgard or Knowhere, dimensions such as the Dark Dimension, etc), not the realms themselves. So long as the individual is not the ruler of their realm/planet, he can presumably leave their own law enforcement to monitor them when they are nowhere near Earth.
As an ...
Niffler is correct, Thor is powerful but the hammer also has power in itself and can only be wielded by someone who it considers worthy.
In addition to this though there is a scene from one of the previous Avenger movies where a number of the Avengers try to move the hammer and all fail much to Thor's amusement...with one exception.
Captain America doesn'...
He was a fugitive
Heimdall isn't around at the beginning of the movie. He's a fugitive of the throne. He can't tell Thor about Odin because he wasn't present.
Thor: Who are you?
Skurge: Don't you remember? I'm Skurge. We fought together on Vanaheim.
Thor: Right. Where is Heimdall?
Skurge: That traitor. No one knows. He's a fugitive of the throne....
This is a cause of common confusion.
What Odin was referring to was that Hela's power comes from Asgard as a physical place. Consequently, when the physical place that was Asgard was destroyed by Surtur then Hela was (as far as we know) also destroyed.
Asgard isn't a place, it's the people.
is meant to refer to the true strength and meaning ...
During Thor: The Dark World
We see the identity of an Asgardian soldier on the Dark World apparently looking for survivors being taken by Loki.
Later, this same guard (Loki) reports to Odin that they have found a body which Odin assumes to be that of Loki.
Apparently, it's at this point that Loki cast's his spell and replaces Odin. We don't see Odin again ...
Yes. It was Mjölnir wielded by Hela. This is only exclusive to Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Asgard forces headed by Hela conquered all the realms. But later when she became violent, Odin imprisoned her.
We were unstoppable.
I was his weapon in the conquest
that built Asgard's empire.
One by one, the realms became ours.
Heimdell has the power of seeing, but Skurge didn't. So, they used some sort of communicator to listen Thor from other realms. When Thor asks to bring him back to Asgard after getting the crown of Surtur, we see his voice coming from some sort of radio device at Asgard. I can't get the picture at the moment, though.
Although we don't know how this device ...
How and When precisely, is unknown but we can make some reasonable assumptions between The Dark World and Ragnarok.
Loki hid Odin on Earth (at the the Shady Acres care home) until such time as Odin was able to free himself of Loki's spell.
Obviously, Odin, realising that his time was coming to an end decided to remain on Earth so it seems logical that Dr ...
Infinity gauntlet when combined with stones is a very powerful item and it gives the holder can do anything he wants. Odin is the ruler of Asgard and protector of the Nine realms. By show casing that he had fake gauntlet, he is giving hope to Asgardians and nine realms that it is with him in safe hands. If he doesn't do that, Asgardians and other realms ...
Perhaps she doesn't have the right tools
As other's have answered, perhaps she doesn't have the right tools to utilize the Tesseract. At the end of The Avengers we see Thor and Loki use the Tesseract return to Asgard, and the Tesseract is in a transparent cylinder with handles for them to hold.
In order to use the space stone to transport her and her ...
Every planet and place Thanos went before acquiring the infinity gems, he left 50% of the population alive, that applies to Thor's ship as well.
Those Asgardians alive were part of the 50% that Thanos spared, and they escaped to earth with Valkyrie.
The details of how they reached the Earth are not mentioned in the movie, I imagine Thor's ship had some ...
During Thor : Ragnarok, the Eternal Flame is explained to be the true power of Surtur, along with his crown. When you combine Surtur's crown with the Eternal Flame, you are able to resurrect Surtur and bring out his true form, which is able to destroy Asgard singlehandedly.
Conversely, we've seen Hela resurrect Fenrir and her army through use of the Eternal ...