I think the challenge for all of us was finding the balance between the two films. Because each film is so complex on its own that sometimes considering both of them was a bit overwhelming. So we looked for opportunities in the process to separate the two so that our brains could be fully focused on the narrative. While the films have a connection, as the Marvel films do, they are distinct stories.Za_Gor_Te_Nay speculates that the Russos may not have expected fans to like Thanos as much, and therefore Endgame isn’t going to focus as much on him. Even though the movie will be about undoing the snap, Endgame could take an unexpected twist that fans might not be able to predict:
The fact that they say they would change some things or do something different or something along those lines not sure of a specific wording they used. Maybe they are afraid that audiences expectations are going to be let down considering the direction of the movie? Everyone comes up with amazing and crazy theories of how to undo the snap and resurrect the characters but what if that isn't really the absolute main point of the movie but it takes a different direction along with that storyline?Then again, we don’t need any theories from fans to know for certain that we’re in for the unexpected. Just like previous MCU films made by the Russos, Endgame is surely meant to push the envelope and shock audiences yet again. It’s the way they do Marvel movies. The official synopsis of the film, meanwhile, doesn’t give anything away, as any MCU fan could have written it right after the Infinity War credits rolled up:
After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe.We'll soon get the final pieces of the puzzle, as Captain Marvel launches on March 8th. Then the final movie of MCU's Phase 3 , Avengers: Endgame, will premiere on April 26th.
The Avengers are obviously going to defeat Thanos in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame and undo the snap no matter what the cost might be. This is the endgame, after all, the epic conclusion of more than 10 years of Marvel movies, which means they’re bound to win. But Thanos may not be the film’s biggest villain, even if he’s the one to beat. A new theory says that the actual bad guy in Avengers 4 will ultimately end up helping the Avengers to defeat Thanos.
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