An ‘Avengers: Endgame’ plot hole might be used to introduce the X-Men

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An ‘Avengers: Endgame’ plot hole might be used to introduce the X-Men

We’re less than three weeks away from the debut of WandaVision on Disney+, which will mark the launch of Phase 4. It’s happening more than half a year later than expected, but the pandemic ruined Marvel’s plans for 2020. We’ve recently learned a lot more details about Marvel’s Phase 4 films and TV shows, with Kevin Feige announcing plenty of new shows during Disney’s Investor Day event a few weeks ago. The Marvel executive also confirmed that Fantastic Four is in the works, with Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Jon Watts set to direct.

 Feige did not tell us anything about the only Marvel property that Disney has to address formally — the X-Men — which will have to be brought into the MCU fold. The popular Marvel superheroes were not available for the previous phases, as Fox retained the rights. Marvel crafted the entire MCU without using any mutants in it, with the Romanoff twins being the closest thing we got to the X-Men. This poses a major problem for Marvel. The company has to find a logical explanation for the mutants, given what has happened in the main MCU timeline. There are various theories about how that might happen, with one of the latest leveraging the MCU science to explain how the main plot hole in Avengers: Endgame might be used to bring the X-Men to life.

Watching Endgame only once isn’t enough to comprehend everything right away. Too much happens in the span of three hours, and the first time you see the massive Marvel film, you’re too emotional to pay attention to all the little details. It’s a rollercoaster of excitement, surprise, and heartbreak throughout the film. The plot is complex, the time travel rules aren’t like in most movies, and there’s fast-paced action throughout Endgame. But each time you watch Endgame after that first time, you’ll be able to detach yourself emotionally and observe everything. The film has been streaming online for quite a while, so seeing it at home comes with the added benefit of controlling the playback and rewind when more clarity is needed.

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After that first viewing, you might find yourself questioning some of the plot details and finding plenty of potential plot holes. What’s great about Endgame is that most of those plot holes can be easily explained…Read more>>
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