When it comes to Avengers: Endgame theory, the concept of time is a frequent player. From time travel to other forms of time manipulation and the use of Time Stone, many Marvel fans are sure that time will be the way heroes will save the day.
However, according to one theory of fans, it may already have. New endgame the theory suggests that Dr. Strange has already used the Time Stone during Avengers: Endless War and that it will matter.
The theory seen in Reddit suggests that when Dr. Strange looked into the future to see all the possible outcomes of the situation, he really sent his astral form to the future, where she could eventually open up to Tony and direct it ultimately. be a winner over thanos. A redditor gives a couple of possibilities regarding how this can work. First, they note that Thanos, who received the Stone of Time, is somewhat irrelevant, because the astral form of Strange is tied to when Strange took possession of the stone. This idea gives Strange actual infinite time to guide Tony and correct things. Another idea of how this might work is that the astral form will have a limited amount of time in the future, which is why Strange has so strongly settled on Titan. He bought his astral time to help the heroes.
We have to admit that, although there are many theories related to time, this one is actually quite interesting. This is also partly consistent with some other theories that suggest that Strange stops at Titan for another reason – ensuring that Scott will be in the Quantum Kingdom at the time of the hack. Of course, this theory attaches great importance to the quantum realm and the related possibilities associated with time.
Of course, there is always a theory that Strange really created a cycle of time, just as he did at the end of his solo film in 2016 – a theory that some fans believe may have been teased by screenwriter John Spychts three years ago. ,
“This is one of the sequences I'm most proud of, and there was a version that was not very different from what you see in the first draft,” Spychts began. “I was able to return at the end of the project and do some more work to help bring the film home and refine it further. But I think the basis of the idea actually came from Kevin Fage in the room. We tried to understand how this final battle could go, and Kevin focused on his long game with the Eye of Agamotto and the role he would play in his great design in the cinematic universe – very focused on Strange time manipulation. It was Kevin Feige in the room who said, “Can he catch him in time?” And this led me to write the sequence you see. ”
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Avengers: Endgame opens on April 26th. Other MCU films this year include Captain marvel March 8 and Spiderman: far from home 5'th of July