- by John Atkinson
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The culminating events of Avengers: Infinity War may well have all been anticipated the way back in Captain America: Civil War. The latter of the two very different wars was the beginning of a perennial arc involving the Avengers in two factions over the Sokovia agreements, the direct government response to the increasing amount of superheroes in the world and the immense death and destruction Sharing would often leave their mark. Overcoming the dilemma of dealing with the formerly known as "Winter Soldier" Hydra assassin, was only to lift the tension on more personal levels, especially between Tony Stark (Iron Downey Jr.) and Steve Rogers / Captain America (Chris Evans)
Over the years and with several films, the two Stalwarts went their separate ways. Iron Man will continue to accompany the young hero he originally recruited, Peter Parker, in Spider-Man: Homecoming while Captain America, apparently no longer going to make state educational video clips for schools, would undertake secret missions next door longtime allies, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie). Both would eventually return to fight the imposing threat of Thanos, though they never really could fight side by side, while Captain America tried to protect Vision (Paul Bettany) in Wakanda and Iron Man, who went into space Guardian of the Galaxy on Thanos & # 39; homeworld
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But already in Civil War this spatial separation was foreshadowed] would die with the notable characters as a result of Thano's notorious finger snap and who would survive? Possibly, according to Tumblr user Raider 5. In one of the most important scenes of the film, in which the heroic collective is debating whether or not to sign the Sokovia agreement, the seating position is clearly split. Cap, Black Widow, and War Machine, all surviving, are on the left, while Scarlet Witch, Vision, and Falcon, all dead, are on the right. Tony Stark, meanwhile, is on the side of the survivors, but hidden in the far corner ̵
It's a compelling theory, and one that could match the preference of MCU directors for Easter Eggs. James Gunn, who is both Vol. 1 and 2 of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise and is currently working on Vol. 3, is growing in more infamous for his planting of Easter eggs , Similarly, Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War co-directors Anthony and Joe Russo hid numerous Easter eggs and references in their films.
In their case, however, most often serve as comic recalls to their earlier works in television shows such as Arrested Development and Community where stars of the latter appear in smaller roles and recognizable elements, such as the staircase in the background of Civil War s spectacular airport battle
And, during Infinity War and the upcoming Avengers 4 were a decade in the making up, and Due to the fact that the authors Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have written all three MCU tranches, it is hard to imagine that they would have known exactly when they were writing and filming Civil War who would ultimately experience their downfall. Still, unless Markus and McFeely or Anthony and Joe Russo actively acknowledge it as a true nugget of foreboding, it's a funny little coincidence to think about it.
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