Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers.
Marvel fans spent a year trying to say what could happen in Avengers: Endgame. Between the endless rumors, photos on set, product stains and everything that the MCU-obsessed Internet had unearthed during film production, many central theories emerged for the epic finale. Not all of them were realized (no, Ant-Man did not kill Thanos by getting small and shooting himself in the ass). But many of the prominent theories the fans of Mind Stone put up actually fulfilled the endgame . In fact, some of the most surprising and risky predictions have paid off on a large scale.
Here are all the fan theories that actually came true in the Endgame . Warning, massive spoilers ahead!
Hell yes. Say what you want about the MCU, but after films such as Guardians and Thor: Ragnarok Kevin Feige and Co. are not afraid to be totally weird. And in a beige cookie cutter blockbuster movie culture this is really something to respect. One of the Endgame & # 39; s biggest elements, is the new physical state of Bruce Banner. As many fans had predicted, the Russo Brothers took over the "Professor Hulk" story for the big episode Infinity War in which Bruce Banner and the Hulk finally put aside their differences and became one. The result? Mark Ruffalo is damn big. And green. And strangely hot? He has the body of the hulk with the thought of Bruce Banner. This takes pretty much the entire movie that some parts of this motion experience are almost like a fever dream.
Since some very insightful set photos were leaked early in the production of Endgame fans have come up with the theory that time travel is a matter of course for the new film. I mean, how else will they turn around all the horrible things that Thanos committed? This theory was the most prominent prediction. Lo and behold, the fans were right. Endgame is a time wasteland. The Avengers are making the last 22 movies of the legendary MCU hard through time and really messing up everything. The storylines are pretty hard to navigate, but on the surface, the quantum mechanics of Endgame are incredibly fun. We even saw Tilda Swinton!