The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is without a doubt, a ground-breaking film franchise that has won the hearts of millions of viewers. The billion-dollar franchise has produced many superheroes over the years named The Avengers. They are beloved by viewers everywhere because Marvel gave us some of the best superheroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Ant-Man, Black Widow, and many others.

Marvel Cinematic Universe
Marvel Cinematic Universe

Superhero films have a long history, but it wasn’t until the Marvel Cinematic Universe debuted in 2008 that things truly took off. Marvel is recently under the radar post Avengers: Endgame, as the films are not living up to the mark. Avengers: Endgame marked an essential moment in the franchise. Marvel has included a new sequence to Avengers: Endgame that wasn’t in the first movie from 2019.

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Marvel retconned an extended scene from Avengers: Endgame

Marvel Just Retconned Avengers: Endgame's Cap & Nat Scene
A still from Avengers: Endgame

Marvel began in 2008 with the first film, Iron Man, and has come a long way by adding various superheroes. Avengers: Endgame marked the end of an era in Marvel as fans said goodbye to their favorite superheroes. The final battle between Thanos and The Avengers was a thrilling experience, and by the end, it broke our hearts. 

Marvel just retconned a new scene into Avengers: Endgame that was never in the original 2019 film, and that has excited fans. In Marvel’s new book Look Out for The Little Guy, the one seen in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania written by Scott Lang himself revealed a detailed conversation between Ant-Man, Captain America, and Black Widow during the events of Avengers: Endgame.

The in-universe memoir revealed that a whole different conversation took place, retconning additional facts into the circumstances leading up to the trio’s contact. The conversation started with Natasha asking Ant-Man about the Infinity Stones. It further led to Balck Widow expaling the whole Thanos situation. Scott Lang has been away for a long time. gets confused with the events, and Captain America jumps into the conversation to clear it.

He explains how Thanos got hold of the powerful stones. The Direct posted the extended conversation in which Steve says,

“He beat down Thor and the Hulk to get one. He even somehow got one from Doctor Strange!”

Natasha further explains to Scott, according to The Direct,

“It gets even worse. What he was willing to do to get them. He killed most of the Asgardians who’d just barely escaped Ragnarok. He tortured one daughter and sacrificed another. He ripped the Mind Stone right out of Vision’s forehead. Fatally.”

They further discuss the way Thanos snapped his finger and eliminated half of the people from the universe. Then, the scene picks up at the moment audiences see in the movie, where Scott presents the idea of time travel. The interaction between Scott Lang and the Avengers felt significant and well-earned. Fans may find this expanded version of Ant-Man’s discussion with Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff interesting.

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The setback of Marvel post Avengers: Endgame

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MCU Phase 5

The recent Marvel movies have set a low record at the box office and made the future of the franchise uncertain. The common complaint about the post-Endgame Saga is that it lacks direction. The recent series Secret Invasion flawed the system. The most anticipated program ultimately failed and received the lowest Rotten Tomatoes rating.

Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness had mind-blowing visuals and massive action scenes, yet it fell short of the expectations it set. Phase 5 of MCU kickstarted with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania which ended its theatrical run with a box office haul of around $473 million worldwide. Thor: Love and Thunder came out as the worst depiction of the thunder god. The Eternals is certified as the MCU’s first film to be “rotten” on Rotten Tomatoes.

The franchise is hoping to rise with the debut of Loki season two next month. Also, upcoming films like Deadpool 3, Captain America: Brave New World, and Avengers: Secret Wars are some hopeful projects for Marvel.

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Source: The Direct

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