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15 Fascinating Things About Avengers: End Game You Missed Before

The Marvel Cinematic Universe ended after 11 years and over 30 films with Avengers: Endgame, a vast, dramatic three-hour epic. Fans have plenty of opportunities to discuss their Infinity War speculations and speculate on how Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe might begin. This list will delve into what happened to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, therefore anyone concerned about SPOILERS should turn back now.

In the end, the story of how the Avengers eventually defeated Thanos is both thrilling and devastating. The Infinity Gauntlet is worn by two heroes in a “do whatever it takes” quest to defeat the Mad Titan and defend the cosmos from his megalomania. It’s easy to miss the scores of tiny Avengers: Endgame Easter eggs, and references are strewn throughout the film between the large-scale combat, time travel escapades, and a pleasantly surprising amount of humor. But there’s some terrific stuff there, and those small moments help solidify Endgame as the finale of a tale that’s been building for over a decade.

1. The Terminal Beach’ Includes An End-Game

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Scott Lang confronts the genuine risk of never escaping from the storage facility where his vehicle is kept once he emerges from his spell in the Quantum Realm. Thankfully, a compassionate security guard (Ken Jeong) assists him in his escape.

However, the security guard sets down his book, The Terminal Beach, before proceeding. This book, which was first published in 1964, contains a collection of short science fiction stories, one of which is titled End-Game.

2. One Assistant Directors Of The Movie Is Missing

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We saw a sign referencing a certain Matthew Haggerty during the scene where Captain America counsels Snap survivors in the basement of a church. That name may not represent much in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it is significant in the actual world of Marvel Studios.

Haggerty worked on Infinity War and Endgame as an associate director and even worked on the first Iron Man in 2008.

3. Captain America’s 1970s Camouflage Is Similar To Another Captain America

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Steve Rogers dons a soldier outfit with the name “Roscoe” on it as part of his disguise for the brief trip to the 1970s. This is most likely a reference to the Captain America comic character Roscoe Simons, who takes up the mantle in the mid-’70s after Steve throws down the shield to become Nomad.

4. A Fantasy Football Specialist Supports Secretary Pierce

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ESPN’s top fantasy commentator, Matthew Berry, appears in 2012 New York as a personal bodyguard for hidden Hydra member Alexander Pierce, which is more of a cameo for sports and fantasy football fans. He doesn’t appear to be as intimidating as some of the other Hydra double-agents, so perhaps he’s just there to give Pierce some advice on whether Aaron Rodgers was worth a first-round choice in his fantasy draft.

5. Thanos’s Co-Creator Creates A Build At Therapy

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Steve Rogers spends part of his free time leading a counseling group after Thanos wipes off half of all life on Earth. Based on the members, it’s also a rather high-profile one. Not only does Joe Russo, one of the film’s filmmakers, tell a story about dating after the Snap, but Jim Starlin, Thanos’ co-creator, is also present to seek and offer emotional support to other survivors.

6. I Love You 3000 Is From An Unexpected Source

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Tony tells his daughter, “I love you 3000,” as he tucks her into bed after figuring out how to safely travel across time, which he later brags about to Pepper Pots. It becomes an emotional pressure point when Tony speaks it again at his memorial ceremony after his death. It’s little wonder that the term has taken on a life of its own among followers who use it daily.

Tony’s daughter was going to respond, “I love you heaps,” but RDJ spurred a change in production, according to Endgame writer Christopher Markus. According to reports, RDJ and his children genuinely say “I love you 3000” to each other, and the authors loved it so much that they included it in the movie.

7. The Asgardians Settle Down In A Town With Deep Connections To MCU History

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When Hulk and Rocket enlist Thor to join their big-time robbery for the Infinity Stones (with a little help from Korg and Miek), it’s one of the funniest sequences in Endgame. After the Snap, the jade giant and the gun-wielding raccoon catch a ride to New Asgard, the hamlet where Thor, Valkyrie, and the other Asgardian refugees established their home. Their town was previously called Tønsberg, which is in several earlier MCU movies.

Tnsberg originally appeared in the MCU universe in 945 A.D., when Odin led the troops of Asgard against Laufey and his frost giants. Odin sent Laufey and the giants to Jotunheim, but the Tesseract was discovered and given to an order of Odin’s servants at some point around that time.

Back in WWII, the Red Skull sacked the town in order to get his hands on the Tesseract. The New Asgardians appear to have remembered the town’s significance in MCU history.

8. Howard The Duck Enters The Climactic Fight

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The last fight against Thanos and his armies features a truly amazing lineup of characters from throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Each portal delivers a fresh set of reinforcements from Valkyrie and the Asgardians to Black Panther, Okoye, Shuri, and Wakandan soldiers.

It’s challenging to pick out all of the characters in a single viewing due to the huge number of them. The Russo brothers populate the scene with people, including a special gift for Marvel’s weird universe enthusiasts. Howard, the Duck, appears with a bunch of Ravagers to make a final stand and maybe stay on Earth for further adventures in the future.

9. Morgan Stark Truly Is A Comic Book Character – But Far From Tony’s Daughter

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Although Tony and Pepper name their daughter Morgan in Avengers: Endgame, she is not the same Morgan Stark from the comics. Morgan Stark is Tony’s cousin and a frequent villain on the show.

Morgan’s father sold his Stark Industries shares decades ago in the comics. Therefore, this version of Morgan Stark resents Tony for his success and wealth. Morgan joins up with villains such as Madame Masque and the soldiers of H.A.M.M.E.R. to annoy Iron Man as a businessman and a superhero.

Even odd, Tony informs Pepper in Avengers: Infinity War that he had a dream they had a son. Morgan is a tribute and a spoof for comic book super enthusiasts.

10. Hulk Eats Ben & Jerry’s Flavor

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The meeting of Bruce Banner, Tony Stark, Doctor Strange, and Wong at the start of Infinity War is full of surprises. Not only does Stark, Strange, and Wong hear about Thanos’ impending menace, but Banner also discovers that while living the gladiator life in space, he developed his own Ben & Jerry’s taste.

Wong, in particular, like “Hulk-A, Hulk-A Burning Fudge,” but Baner hasn’t had a chance to try it before Thanos’ Black Order strikes New York City.

In Endgame, the five-year time shift is plenty enough for Banner to have his eponymous pint. While the Avengers plot a time heist, Hulk consumes a Hulk-sized tub of Ben & Jerry’s. The ice cream inside – mint green with a thick fudge swirl – seems like some “Hulk-A, Hulk-A Burning Fudge,” yet the name of the flavor isn’t revealed.

11. The Credits Scene With The Sound Of Tony Making His Suit In ‘Iron Man’

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The last fight against Thanos and his army features a truly amazing array of characters from throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Each portal offers a unique set of reinforcements from Valkyrie and the Asgardians to Black Panther, Okoye, Shuri, and Wakandan soldiers. It’s difficult to pick out all of the characters with just one viewing due to the huge number of them.

The Russo brothers pack the scene with characters, including a special gift for fans of Marvel’s weird universe. Howard, the Duck, appears with a gang of Ravagers to make a last stand and maybe stay on Earth for further adventures in the future.

12. Two ‘Community’ Characters Appear

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The Russo brothers were regarded go-to filmmakers on a number of TV comedy before directing four of the MCU’s biggest blockbusters. The cult favorite Community is one of their most well-known TV credits.

Both Professor Chang (Ken Jeong) and Shirley Bennett (Yvette Nicole Brown) made cameo appearances in the Russos’ first MCU film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Jim Rash appeared in Captain America: Civil War, so it should come as no surprise that they both make cameo appearances in Endgame.

13. Tony Stark Still  The Kid From ‘Iron Man 3’

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The camera pans slowly across all the characters in attendance at Tony Stark’s funeral, emphasizing how Iron Man has affected every aspect of the MCU. The most of them are familiar to Marvel fans, but there is a quick, lingering sight of a lone youngster.

That adolescent turns out to be Harley Keener from Iron Man 3, a minor figure in the MCU who had a big impact on Tony’s life. Harley is a 10-year-old youngster in the third Iron Man film who assists Tony in repairing his Iron Man suit when he is trapped in Tennessee.

14. Sam Is On Cap’s Left, Like Always

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When Captain America, who has already had his a** handed to him by Thanos, meets an army of intergalactic soldiers in Endgame, he does it valiantly, confronting his own doom with decent posture and a damaged shield. Salvation, on the other hand, comes with a referential kick.

Don’t forget how Cap characterized Steve and Sam Wilson’s first encounter in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, circling Sam on a morning run and yelling out, “On your left.”

15. Perfect Hulk’s Name: Professor Hulk

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Hulk has almost attained a state of ultimate serenity by the time we encounter him in Avengers: Endgame. He’s learned to live with his terrifying monster nature and is now a full-time green dude with trendy spectacles.

This isn’t anything made up for the film; it’s been around for a while in the comics. Professor Hulk is Hulk’s alter ego once he learns to cohabit with his alter personalities. Professor Hulk is evidently a fan favorite among MCU kids as well.

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