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    Default Avengers: Endgame Post Viewing MAJOR SPOILERS Thread

    Thought it would be better to create a thread so we could discuss openly the film.

    Who was the mystery kid at the end at Starks funeral?

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    Default Re: Avengers: Endgame Post Viewing MAJOR SPOILERS Thread

    The kid from IM 3
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    Default Re: Avengers: Endgame Post Viewing MAJOR SPOILERS Thread

    Ahh yes, nice touch!

    Was there an end credits scene? Just wanted to check I didnt miss it even though I stayed till the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybrown View Post
    Ahh yes, nice touch!

    Was there an end credits scene? Just wanted to check I didnt miss it even though I stayed till the end.
    Nope.
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    Holy frak. I got home just a few minutes ago, and oh my god.
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    I know right!

    What was your fav bit?

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    There were many. Many. Many.

    The one that springs immediately to mind is the moment when all the portals open, and literally everything that the franchise has been building over the last 11 years comes together in one spectacular moment. I haven't been choked up by awe in a movie moment like that since the Rohirrim rode to Gondor's rescue in Return of the King.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    There were many. Many. Many.

    The one that springs immediately to mind is the moment when all the portals open, and literally everything that the franchise has been building over the last 11 years comes together in one spectacular moment. I haven't been choked up by awe in a movie moment like that since the Rohirrim rode to Gondor's rescue in Return of the King.
    Had the whole cinema whooping. Also Cap with Thors hammer!

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    On a different note, my eyes actually did well up when Pepper was telling Tony that itís okay and Ďhe can rest, weíll be fine.í Iíve been at the bedside of more than one dying relative and heard those exact words, so the scene had just an agonizingly real touch in that scene.
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    Yeah, wasnt expecting Black Widows death going in, but as soon as they went to get the stone you knew one was a goner...

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    Oh hey ó regarding the (lack of) credits scene: at the very end of the credits, when the Marvel Studios cars came up, a sound was playing. To me it sounded like a blacksmith beating metal on an anvil. What was that about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    Oh hey ó regarding the (lack of) credits scene: at the very end of the credits, when the Marvel Studios cars came up, a sound was playing. To me it sounded like a blacksmith beating metal on an anvil. What was that about?
    Yeah, I picked up on that. A teaser for a new iron man, the dwarf at the forge? Could be anything at the moment.

    Also, is Loki now alive again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybrown View Post
    Yeah, wasnt expecting Black Widows death going in, but as soon as they went to get the stone you knew one was a goner...
    I kinda wish she hadnít...Iíve never been overly enamoured of Hawkeye, so Iíd have been just fine if he died.

    Speaking of Soul Stone-related stuff though: the restored Gamora is not our Gamora. She didnít experience ANY of Guardians 1 or 2. Iím very curious how this will be addressed by Guardians 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybrown View Post
    Yeah, I picked up on that. A teaser for a new iron man, the dwarf at the forge? Could be anything at the moment.

    Also, is Loki now alive again?
    I donít think so. He died pre-Snap in Infinity War, and the 2012-Loki didnít come back to the present with them, so Iím assuming heís still dead. Unless he faked his death in IW, which wouldnít be the first time heís done it.
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    I kinda wish she hadnít...Iíve never been overly enamoured of Hawkeye, so Iíd have been just fine if he died.

    Speaking of Soul Stone-related stuff though: the restored Gamora is not our Gamora. She didnít experience ANY of Guardians 1 or 2. Iím very curious how this will be addressed by Guardians 3.
    GOTG3 is probably going to be the search for her, but apparently its not coming out anytime soon...

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    I donít think so. He died pre-Snap in Infinity War, and the 2012-Loki didnít come back to the present with them, so Iím assuming heís still dead. Unless he faked his death in IW, which wouldnít be the first time heís done it.
    Didnt time change though when he snuck off with the Tesseract? Time travel is confusing... Nebula killing her past self, the whole Cap thing...

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    GOTG3 is probably going to be the search for her, but apparently its not coming out anytime soon...
    The other thought Iíd had was, what if Guardians 3 isnít an Endgame follow-up, what if itís a direct sequel to 2 in the same way that 2 was a direct sequel to 1? Bypass the IW/Endgame issue entirely.
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    Well at least we know the Black Widow film will be a prequel...

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    Didnt time change though when he snuck off with the Tesseract? Time travel is confusing... Nebula killing her past self, the whole Cap thing...
    It didnít change though, when they were explaining the time travel, they specified that changes in the past create branching timelines, they donít affect the ďprimeĒ/home-of-Endgame-Avengers timeline. Thatís how they were able to steal the Stones and muck about with their past selves without things going completely off the rails BTTF style.
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    This film hit the nail on the head with pretty much everything. Tone wise, humour wise, stakes wise, emotional wise.

    Although it must be said, they really held off with Captain Marvel... haha

    Definately going to watch it again in the cinema!

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