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There is no connection between the MCU and Doctor Who that I am aware of. Several actors have played characters in both but that is about it. The only other connection is that Doctor Who Weekly was initially published by Marvel Comics from 1979 to 1995 but not anymore. So, no there doesn't appear to be any connection between the two and you are reading a lot ...


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I struggled with this as it seemed to be a temporal loophole but I think there is an answer - which lies at the end if you don't care for the details. Examining the relevant scenes of the film, this is what seems to be happening. In Tallin: Regular - We see regular Kat being dragged into the see-through room while a bullethole is on the separating glass. ...


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You seem to be requiring the movie to follow Back to the Future/Looper rules, where something that happens to your earlier self "ripples out" to your current self, or you think there has to be some sort of "stable time loop". The exact mechanism of the time travel isn't pinned down, but it's clear that each version of a person is a ...


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There are 2 different timelines at play here. Let's call Marty1 the Marty that we know and love. He goes to the past and creates timeline 2 and changes a bunch of things which are now part of a new timeline. People from his timeline now are not the same and may not even exist. Which is why the people in the picture are disappearing. Luckily Marty1 doesn't ...


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The suitcase was never inverted. In forward movement, Protagonist (I'll call him P) throws it to ~Sator (I'm using ~ to denote an inverted person) and he catches it. From ~Sator's POV, you will see that during the early part of his and ~P's chase, the orange box flies into the car ~Sator is in, so until the moment that exchange happened, Orange Box is in ~...


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As is clear from the links shared by @BCdotWEB, there are paradoxically 2 Carlin's existing at the same time as a result of Time Travel- present day Carlin and future Carlin. The story involves the formation of multiple timelines, with the actual picturization of only the final timeline which is filled with the changes brought in by the previous time travels ...


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