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Most Convincing 10 Avengers Endgame Fan Theories

Avengers 4 got your attention by any chance? If there is one thing the internet is inundated with lately, it’s Avengers Endgame Fan Theories.  We are as guilty as anyone for obsessing over them, but we have to admit some of them seem far more likely than others. Today we’re going to be taking a look at some of the more legitimate sounding theories about EndGame, and we’ll let you know why we think they might come. True parallel universe. The idea that even in a fictional world, someone can snap their fingers and destroy half of all life is pretty harrowing. Maybe because it’s so difficult to comprehend the enormity of that moment, but many fans have been speculating that the victims of the snap are NOT actually dead. One option was they became trapped inside of the soul stone. Where Gamora’s soul ended up. There’s an entire soul world inside of the soul stone, and technically the soul stone was at least partially responsible for the snap, but another theory is that the people from the snap ended up in some sort of alternate universe.

Avengers Endgame Fan Theories


In the comic books, alternate universes are used all the time, but they never truly factored into the MCU before, until the introduction of Dr. Strange and time manipulation. So as far as Avengers Endgame Fan Theories are concerned It seems as though this is an idea which will be incorporated into the MCU fabric. If this is true, it could also give us a chance to see some of our favourite heroes fighting during Avengers 4 EndGame. They might not be on the version of earth we’re used to seeing, but they’d still have a chance to get in on some action. We’d definitely love to see a glimpse of another universe and EndGame, especially if it means some of our favourite characters are still alive in the quantum realm. While we were crying into our popcorn at the end of Avengers Infinity War, it seemed as though our favourite heroes were lost forever. If for no other reason than profit, we don’t think there’s any other way Marvel is killing off so many money making characters, which means there has to be some way to undo the snap.

We just have to figure out what that is in Avengers 4.


The quantum realm can accomplish all sorts of things as we learned during the AntMan movies and people, believe that would come into play during the Avengers 4 movie. Of all the Avengers Endgame Fan Theories this one is strong my son. The trailer seemed to confirm this hugely by the mere fact that Scott Lang showed up outside of it, the last time we saw him. He was inside the quantum realm during the post credit scene of AntMan and the Wasp, but somehow he was able to get in and get out, and that’s something our heroes could use to their advantage. Many people thought that getting the time stone would be the key to time travel, but now we’re wondering if the quantum realm is the solution. Janet van Dyne warned Scott about time vortexes, within the quantum realm, and this is something our heroes could possibly utilise.


Of course, we’re excited about the upcoming Captain Marvel movie as much as we are the Avengers 4 movie, but we also have some major concerns. The film hasn’t even come out yet, and Captain Marvel is already being heralded as the most powerful superhero in the entirety of the MCU. Infinity War was an excellent movie for many reasons, and one of them was that we got to see so many beloved characters. We have spent years getting to know, so why is Captain Marvel all of a sudden going to swoop into the battle and save the day Well, one theory suggests she might be needed in the MCU for something besides her considerable firepower. Many fans believe this will be the final marvel movie for actor Chris Evans, who plays the part of Captain America. Sure. In the comic books, other characters including Bucky Barnes and Falcon go by Captain America, but the MCU versions of these characters are entirely different than in the comics. Sam Jackson has probably dropped an almighty spoiler about Captain Marvel which is confirming some Avengers Endgame Fan Theories. We’ve not talked about that spoiler here as it is HUGE.

Captain America is more than a guy with a shield. He represents specific moral code and a strict adherence here and stewards values. This is the aspect of his character. We don’t think the MCU could function without and it might be just what Captain Marvel is going to bring to the table. Thanos, has a lot of enemies. After his Black Order was wiped out during Infinity War, it seems like. Thanos was down to zero friends or even co-conspirators at this point. Now over the history of the MCU, Thanos doesn’t look like he’s trying very hard to make friends or influence people, but during Infinity War, we learned he’s capable of affection. Thanos called Gamora, his favourite daughter before, but many assume this was due to her fighting ability or perceived usefulness, but during Infinity War, we learned that he truly did love her.


Avengers 4 will be about Thanos in his own horrible, destructive way. Another understatement is that Thanos IS a flawed person. He believes his actions during Infinity War were justified because he was saving people from greater suffering in the future, but at the end of the movie, we see him taking a journey into the soul stone and learned that he felt his task cost him everything of value. In the EndGame trailer, Comic Book Fan saw a familiar sight than us giving up everything to become a farmer and live a quiet and contemplate of life. Sure, our heroes are going to fight like heck to undo the snap. But at this point, has already been defeated by his greatest enemy, himself.


Nebula will be big in Avengers 4, while the ending of Infinity War was tragic, the Guardians of the Galaxy, who were hit especially hard during the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie. Nebula wasn’t enemy. She had grown up hating her sister. Thats not an Avengers Endgame Fan Theories, its a fact.

Gamora, as the two were always forced to battle and Gamora, never let her win. These two siblings weren’t just playing for bragging rights either after each last, Thanos would remove a part of Nebula and replace it with a mechanical feature in order to make her stronger, but by the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, volume two, these sisters were fast on the way towards becoming actual friends. After Gamora perished during Infinity War, it looks like Nebula is missing her sister. In the comic books, Nebula is the one who defeats Thanos and retrieves the Infinity Gauntlet. Sure. She’s still pretty evil in the comic books, and she ended up having to be beaten as well, but she still does it with her abilities and her hatred for Thanos. She might just be the one who manages to take him down for good in the MCU.


Avengers 4 = Time Travel. Surely. There are a lot of people who are desperate for vengeance against Thanos, but they’ll have to get in line behind. Nebula time travelled by now will honestly be surprised if Avenger’s EndGame doesn’t involve any time travel. It seems as though it’s the only possible way for our heroes to have a shot at undoing the snap at this point, and there are many things which point to it being a possibility. There’s the fact that a casting call was put out looking for someone to play an older version of Scott Lang’s daughter Cassie Lang, and then we have the set photos which make it look like our heroes are going back to the battle of New York. Also. Let’s not forget that Scott somehow manages to get out of the quantum realm and many suspect to use the time vortex it self. Many people speculate that our heroes will need to travel back in time to specific points in history to retrieve the Infinity Stones. Time Travel is the most discussed Avengers Endgame Fan Theories.

In Avenegers 4, This would prevent Thanos from ever getting his hands on them and snapping his fingers. What are they going to do with the stones once they have all of them? Well, in the comic books, they mostly just do a better job of hiding and guarding them, but there’s also the possibility they could be destroyed as we saw during Infinity War, Scarlet, Witch is capable of destroying the Infinity Stones and that might be the best way to get rid of them for good. It seems like if our heroes want to undo the snap, they’re going to have to acquire and utilise the Infinity Stones themselves. For the most part, this shouldn’t be too big of a problem. Our heroes just need to figure out where they are, gain possession of them and have a proper object to contain their power. Okay, so it’s pretty complicated, but let’s talk about the soul stone specifically.


This isn’t a stone you can just pick up and use. Otherwise. The Red Skull would have done so instead of chilling out on Vormir. All this time, this soul stone demanded a sacrifice of Thanos, and it had to be someone he truly loved. If one of the Avengers wants to gain possession of the soul stone in Avengers 4, a price is going to have to be paid. Many people have been speculating that one of our favourite heroes, including Captain America or Ironman, maybe leaving us by the end of EndGame, it seems likely that someone may be forced to make the ultimate sacrifice to obtain the soul stone and undo the snap. We can’t say for sure who it’s going to be, but we’re assuming that it’s going to be absolutely heartbreaking. You’re definitely gonna want to bring some tissues. And hope this Avengers Endgame Fan Theories is not true!


There was one character whose death is neither confirmed nor denied, and that is Shuri. Avengers Endgame Fan Theories are on fire about Shuri. Shuri will be big in Avengers 4! Mark our words!

She played a massive role in Infinity War, and it seemed like there was no technological problem she couldn’t solve. This is why many fans were so devastated when it appeared as though the EndGame trailer confirmed she didn’t survive or did it. Black Widow speaks of those lost during the snap. We see Bruce Banner looking at images of Peter Parker, Scott Lang and Shuri.  We all know Peter died during Infinity War, and when we last saw Scott, he was stuck in the quantum realm at the end of AntMan and the Wasp, so it seemed logical to conclude that Shuri was gone as well, except that as we all know, Scott’s alive and we saw him waving at the end of the trailer. Could this have been a clue that Shuri is still alive There are tons of ways that she could play a considerable role in EndGame from rebooting whatever remnant Vision she managed to download, to EVEN create a new Infinity Gauntlet? We don’t think it’s too crazy to suggest that Shuri might be alive and her time in the MCU is far from over.


Thor, in the trailer for a Avengers EndGame kind of looks like the odd man out or like he’s about to drop an excellent new rap album. Many Avengers Endgame Fan Theories have Thor playing a major role. Cannot wait for Thor to unleash his anger in Avengers 4.

While most of our visuals tend to stick to earth. Thor travels all over the place, but there’s one location we haven’t seen him visit yet. Everyone knows that there are nine realms and with Odin gone technically Thor’s now in charge of them within the MCU. We’ve seen him at his home and Asgard and on Midgard, which we usually just call earth. He’s also travelled Jotunheim, the home of the frost giants, the home of the dark elves live and Anaheim, which we see them liberating at the end of Thor, the dark world, and then there’s Hela’s home and Surtur’s home which we saw at the beginning of Thor Ragnarok. This leaves ALFHEIM the home of the lighthouse as the only place we haven’t seen Thor visit. What does that land look like We don’t know? It could potentially be a relatively safe place for the surviving Asgardians or a place to recruit new weapons and potential allies.


Taking down Thanos and undoing the snap is to take a lot of power and we’ll find reasons Ronin is going to be a useful resource during EndGame eventually . Hey, uh, you remember the critical and exciting part Hawkeye played during Avengers Infinity War. Oh wait, he sat that one out. Sorry. Jeremy Renner. But he is back in Avengers 4. During Captain America Civil War, we learned that Clint Barton was taking a sabbatical from the whole superhero game to spend more time with his family. Although he was missing during Infinity War, fans knew he would be back and based on the Avengers EndGame trailer, he might be an all-new hero comic book fans know as Ronin. He is is a cloak wearing sword-wielding hero and the name has been used by Clint in the past. Ronin is a darker, grittier hero than we’re used to seeing in the MCU. So what could have prompted this change?

We hate to point out the obvious, but if Clint is now Ronin, which seems likely based on the EndGame trailer, it’s likely he is experienced some sort of substantial loss, namely we’re suggesting that his family either didn’t survive the snap or that they perished in some other way prior to the start of EndGame. Maybe he took on the title Ronin because Hawkeye is still in trouble after the events of the Civil War, whatever the case may be, we’re just glad to see this hero back in action and can’t wait to learn what he’s been up to since we last saw him. Now that you know what theories are out there make sure to share your EndGame theories with us in the comments below before you head out to watch the trailer yet again and again and again.

Also have a read of some more theories Avengers Endgame Fan Theories. And even more theories on Screenrant.

Ultimately Avengers 4 is about endings. Its the last movie to close out Phase 3 that first started 10 years ago with Iron Man.

For the past ten years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been creating  its own intricate and elaborate built-in history. Marvel Studios released an update to help us poor souls in understanding how these interconnected events all slot together into Avengers 4 chronology.  Yep, we have now got an official timeline of the years in which each flick takes place.

The chronology comes to us courtesy of the book Marvel Studios: The First 10 Years, which breaks down the saga as follows:

1943-1945: Captain America: The First Avenger

1995: *Captain Marvel

2008: *Incredible Hulk

2010: Iron Man

2011: Iron Man 2, Thor

2012: The Avengers, Iron Man 3

2013: Thor: The Dark World

2014: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

2015: Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man

2016: Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming

2016 to 2017: Doctor Strange

2017: Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, *Ant-Man and the Wasp

2019: * Avengers 4

Pretty much most of these films transpire and take place on or close to their year of release in MCU time. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, is supposed to follow where the first film left off in 2014, creating a three-year gap between the 2017 sequel according to the “official” timeline and the Avengers’s return in Avengers: Infinity War. Subsequently, the 2008 Iron Man has been placed in 2010, somewhat easing the gap between this MCU-founding entry and the eventual crossover event of 2012’s The Avengers.

Few absent entries we have starred in bold, meanwhile, which were not in the list and we have added our selves. There is the Incredible Hulk movie is MCU or not? Who knows. It is as far as we are concerned. Of course then there is the recent Ant-Man and the Wasp showpiece. Interestingly, Scott Lang’s latest outing arguably puts this whole timeline into disarray, seeing how it’s said to take place two years after the 2016 events of Captain America: Civil War, and yet its mid-credits sequence coincides with the 2017 ‘snap’ of Infinity War. Aargh, Marvel! Your continuity in the comics was headache enough. Now we has to figure out cinematic continuity? Avengers 4 will be 2019? Or 2018? IS it straight after? Hoi, who knows!

Perhaps that’s an issue for Marvel Studios to explain further down the line, but in the meantime, the MCU has some future releases coming up that should take us beyond the 2010s stretch that previous entries have been mostly confined to.

Lets not forget the Mighty Captain Marvel is headed our way in 2019, and is expected to be set somewhere in 1995. Again we’ve added in bold as we just dont know for sure if it is 1995.

Then its, Avengers 4 that hits theaters in 2019 as mentioned above, and if the speculation is anything to go by, this movie could be jumping all around the timeline, both in the future and the past. With Feige saying potentially “ancient” characters like The Eternals to come, it looks like the Marvel Cinematic Universe history texts will be undergoing a considerable transformation expansion in the years ahead.

Thats just the cinematic order. Now what happens if you add all the TV shows and had to watch them in the exact order? See the list below by the Independant. Notice some differences?

MCU + MTVU watching order

Phase One

Captain America: The First Avenger (1943 – 1945)

Agent Carter (seasons one and two)

Agent Carter (one-shot — Iron Man 3 DVD)

Captain Marvel (1995)

Iron Man (2010)

Iron Man 2 (2011)

The Incredible Hulk (2011)

The Consultant (one-shot — Thor DVD)

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Thor’s Hammer (one-shot — Captain America: First Avenger DVD)

Thor (2011)

Avengers (2012)

Item 47 (one-shot — Avengers DVD)

Phase Two

Iron Man 3 (2012)

All Hail the King (one-shot – Thor: The Dark World)

Agents of Shield (season one: episodes 1 — 7)

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Agents of Shield (season one: episodes 8 — 16)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Agents of Shield (season one: episodes 17 — 22)

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2014)

Daredevil (season one)

Agents of Shield (season two: episodes 1 — 19)

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Agents of Shield (season two: episodes 20 — 22)

Ant-Man (2015)

Jessica Jones (season one)

Daredevil (season two)

Agents of Shield (season three: episodes 1 — 19)

Phase Three

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Agents of Shield (season three: episodes 20 — 22)

Luke Cage (season one)

Agents of Shield (season four: episodes 1 — 8)

Agents of Shield: Slingshot (web series)

Agents of Shield (season four: episodes 9 — 22)

Iron Fist (season one)

The Defenders (season one)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2016)

Doctor Strange (2016 – 2017)

The Punisher (season one)

Runaways (season one)

Black Panther (2017)

Agents of Shield (season five, episodes 1 — 19)

Cloak and Dagger (season one)

Jessica Jones (season two)

Inhumans (season one)

Luke Cage (season two)

Iron Fist (season two)

Daredevil (season 3)

Runaways (season 2)

The Punisher (season 2)

Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Ant-Man and The Wasp (2017)

Avengers Infinity War (2017)

Agents of Shield (season five, episodes 20 – 22)

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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