The conversation about who dies Avengers: End of the Game continues to raise much debate, despite a safe bet for at least one superhero. However, it is better to be prepared for more deaths, including more than we think could happen.
What is problematic about this is that many analysts can not decide who can die because all superheroes play important roles in the Marvel Movie Universe. Many of them are being ramified into external projects as well.
Let's look a little closer and see if there is any clue as to who can die and if they will inevitably be revived as every superhero looks.
The Evidence of Captain America's Death
It seems obvious that Captain America of Chris Evans is going to die based on his previous announcement of End of the game being his final moments in the paper.
This is not to say that he will necessarily die, but fans would protest over the heavens if one were cast as the good Captain at this time. Evans is as identified as Captain America, he can be typecast as much as Christopher Reeve was as Superman.
Because Steve Rogers' origin story involved traveling from the past to the present, some hint that there might be some creative way to reverse his possible death.
Would the MCU have its death meaning a time travel back to its original past? This may open the way for a replacement, something that has already happened in the comic edition.
Then again, when an actor is so solidly identified as a superhero, the producers will not be so willing.
Many are still speculating if Tony Stark / Iron Man dies
As you can see on Twitter, fans are already on the warpath about the rumors about Tony Stark possibly dying in End of the game A lot of that comes down to Robert Downey Jr. saying he's also leaving the MCU for now.
While we want to see Downey return to some real human dramas again (and he probably will too), we can not see Tony Stark being killed forever if he dies.
No doubt End of the game will find some way to preserve Tony Stark or put him in limbo, even though he technically has a death at the end of the movie.
If Iron Man and Captain America die, what does this mean for all other superheroes? Will we have a big shock and see a lot more die, or just Rogers and Stark?
Some of the cast say we will not believe what happens
Many of the cast members say they are stressed trying to keep secrets to themselves. End of the game Secrecy went to hysterical levels while keeping The Game of Thrones secrets, which only brings unwanted PTSD with the actors.
One thing to End of the game The cast has given, however, is that fans will never guess the ending, something possibly giving more hope in the results of each superhero. Having many dying actually seems like an overly obvious plotting device.
We have to ask ourselves if Marvel Entertainment has any increased ability in its sleeves, as in death more or less combined with preservation or future resurrection. This is not to say that we may not see at least one or two die permanently until there are future spinoffs / reboots with new actors bringing reinvention.
In this regard, we ask ourselves if they will follow a specific mantra of the new Star Wars trilogy.
They may not have really gone away.
A quote from a life from Episode VIII and IX in Star Wars it's Luke Skywalker saying, "No one's ever really gone."
The MCU can follow this path at a time when we all find emotional connections to epic movie franchises like this.
Producers understand that fans do not want to say a long goodbye as a real death. Although some of the actors move on for the time being, we can not see them staying forever, including Robert Downey, Jr.
In other words, there is always a way for Marvel to revive these superheroes by methods, possibly making them better and stronger than they were in their previous lives.