The Informer’s “Avengers: Endgame” Theories

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Superman defeats Thanos

There are not many superheroes as strong as Superman, and introducing him in the dire hours of Endgame makes perfect sense.  His unimaginable strength and laser-eye capabilities would certainly be a challenge Thanos wouldn’t be prepared to face, and given that kryptonite does not exist in the Marvel films, there is nothing stopping Clark Kent from utterly destroying the Mad Titan.  As for how he could join the MCU, the answer is very simple:  with half of the population of Earth eliminated, the legal team requiring him to serve only in bad DC movies would no longer have the numbers to figure out loopholes before he could use them, allowing him to escape to a better film universe.

Zion Williamson dunks so hard Thanos just gives up

Viewers of Infinity War will know that Thanos, as terrifying as he can be, still admires greatness in his opponents.  Knowing that few human beings are as good at what they do as Zion Williamson is at playing basketball, it seems inevitable that Thanos, were he to witness Zion playing first-hand, would simply give up on his plan and restore the lives he took, before destroying the gauntlet altogether. Oh, and here’s Zion dunking on someone:

Quicksilver returns from the dead and runs fast enough to take the Gauntlet off

Marvel heroes are rather opposed to dying, and it’s strange that Quicksilver would be an exception. Quicksilver could easily have hung on to enough of his vitality after being shot in Age of Ultronto survive until receiving proper medical treatment, and given that he can run fast enough to become almost invisible, he could follow the Avengers practically anywhere by running around them. Finally, when the Avengers finally face off Thanos to determine the fate of his Decimation’s victims, Quicksilver can suddenly stop running, dramatically reveal his presence, and then dash past Thanos so quickly that the shockwave from his sprint knocks the Infinity Gauntlet off of the villain’s hand, allowing Iron Man, Thor, Nebula, Superman, or Captain America to pick it up and reverse the snap.

The CGI department hits its budget cap before the final battle

The final theory and most likely conclusion to Avengers: Endgame, per the Informer, is simple mathematics:  Disney doesn’t have an infinite budget for this movie.  As such, the CGI department cannot produce shots of Thanos indefinitely, and since the vision of this film requires an immense amount of advanced technology to depict the scenes that the fans deserve, there may not be enough money left to keep including Marvel’s most dangerous character in every shot the script originally had him in.  Therefore, Thanos could simply cease to exist in the final minutes of the film, allowing a superhero to wield the Infinity Gauntlet and reverse the Decimation—which, since the CGI budget is already kaput, will be shown via rapid cuts from scenes with people in them to scenes with twice as many people, with the newer acting surprised or grateful.  Furthermore, this will allow for some truly extraordinary credits, with either the Avengers narrating or, if Marvel has no other option, iMovie’s default credits expanded to a three-minute scroll.  So, while many movie fans scroll endlessly through fan theories trending on Google, you will be able to go into the movie relaxed, knowing that the final Avengers movie will end exactly as one would expect:  Superman walking over to a completely unprotected Infinity Gauntlet and rewinding time so Quicksilver can be alive and North Carolina can make it to the 2019 March Madness finals.

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