[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”20062″ img_size=”900×500″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]With a title like Avengers: Endgame, it’s hard to remember that there will be an MCU afterward albeit how different it will be. But, different is good. It’s important to shift things; every book must come to an end, with still adding the possibilities for continued storylines. While I can speak about Endgame forever and my feelings towards this masterpiece, I simply want to explore the future of this universe. The few things I happen to touch upon are my own theories and contain heavy, heavy spoilers to how the fourth Avengers ended.
Thor Joins the Guardians of the Galaxy
Thor’s interactions with the Guardians of the Galaxy in Infinity War was a highlight of the movie and considering everyone is unsure whether there will be another Thor movie, considering the Asgardians relocated to Earth. With James Gunn back for the third volume of the GoTG franchise, it’d be perfect to throw the God of Thunder into the mix and see how he adjusts to a long-term partnership with a new team, along with dealing with Peter Quill as the leader.
Valkyrie Leading the Asgardians
As stated before, the Asgardians have settled on Earth, and look to be making their own home, ringing true what Odin said: “Asgard is not a place, it’s a people.” With Thor leaving Valkyrie in charge, we could perhaps open up the possibility of an Asgardian adventure with Valkyrie as the queen. The whole idea is, we need much more Tessa Thompson in the future after her spectacular battle in Endgame.
All Female Team-Up
If you thought the team-up between Okoye, Black Widow, and Scarlet Witch in Infinity War was epic, you hadn’t seen anything compared to the all-female mash-up in Endgame. When it’s Captain Marvel’s duty to get the infinity stones to the time machine, she has the power of every female warrior behind her. Just as in her solo movie, Carol Danvers displays a bold, giant middle finger to any and every troll in the theater, as she and the others absolutely and brilliantly destroy their enemy.
More Opportunity to Explore the 1940s
Chris Evans had stated that he was retiring from the MCU (not acting) and Endgame gave him the warm and fuzzy ending that Steve Rogers deserved. While his journey to the past and present day was a total of five seconds for everyone else, Rogers lived a lifetime within that time. As Rogers stated, he got that nice life that Tony had been talking about. I’m assuming, though; Peggy Carter still went on to usher SHIELD and continue her work. So, let’s explore the 1940s with Peggy and Steve; the Disney+ streaming service has plenty of opportunities to do so.
Ant-Man Giving His Daughter a Suit
Except for Gamora and Natasha, everyone affected by the snap returned. Unfortunately, those are five years that no one will get back. Meaning, Scott Lang now has a daughter who is five years older than he last saw her; which means we could be getting Cassie into her own suit sooner than we thought.
Loki Coming Back
Yes, I know that Loki will be getting his own series on Disney+, but with how things turned out in the “past” scene that revealed the trickster getting a hold of the Tesseract and leaving the Avengers, thus leaving incarceration; you open up a doorway to a Loki who is not left prisoner on Asgard. Where did Loki go? What else has changed? You could explore Tom Hiddleston back as Loki in the movie MCU if you chose with this change.
What are your theories of where you think the MCU can go from here, based on the ending of Endgame; and what were some of your favorite moments?[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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