It is generally believed that Avengers 4 It is a time travel movie, but could the most powerful heroes on Earth use BARF technology to defeat Thanos?
MCU's list next year is possibly the most exciting since the entire franchise was launched in 2008. Things will start in March with the launch of Captain Marvel, the first solo film directed by MCU; then, only a couple of months later, we will finally see how the Avengers defeat Thanos. Avengers: the war of infinityThe end of the swing saw the Mad Titan triumph in his crazy goal of erasing half of life in the universe with just a snap of his fingers. How can the Avengers avoid or undo this monstrous act of galactic genocide?
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Until now, the most common theory is that the Avengers will use the journey in time. But an alternative theory is gaining ground among some fans; that use B.A.R.F. Tony Stark's technology instead. Here, we will critically evaluate this last idea and see if it can really compete with the concept of time travel.
The best theory of the Avengers 4 is time travel, is not it?
There is abundant evidence that Avengers 4 It could involve some element of travel in time. The photos on the set showed characters adapted to the classic versions of their costumes, most commonly in costumes they wore during the Battle of New York in The Avengers. He showed Tony Stark with the same Black Sabbath shirt he wore for most of that movie; Significantly, his face was bruised, hinting that the scene is immediately after the heroes rejected the Chitauri. Thor and Loki were glimpsed in their Avengers-Faces, with the Thunder God's hair back to their traditional golden locks. A final batch of set photos showed Captain America using that "old fashioned"Uniform, curiously, however, I was standing next to an old Tony Stark, as well as Scott Lang's Ants Man.
There have been subtle indications that Avengers 4 You could also check the events of other movies. In September 2017, several Marvel actors, including Zoe Saldana and Karen Gillen, supported a charity campaign for the victims of Hurricane Harley. They recorded a short video promoting the campaign, and they were significantly wearing their 2014 outfits Guardians of the Galaxy. Meanwhile, photos of Durham Cathedral suggested it would double as Asgard, which seems to support the idea of time travel, since Asgard, of course, was destroyed in Thor: Ragnarok. Finally, there have been constant rumors that Frank Grillo will again play the role of Crossbones, which is significant given that his villain was killed in Captain America: Civil War.
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With the possibility of traveling through time on the cards, the focus was on the mechanism. The most likely is the quantum realm, a plane of reality outside the normal laws of time and space, and conceptual art for Anthill and the wasp He mocked that Marvel considered revealing a so-called "Palace of Memory" within the Quantum Kingdom; By accessing this, you could change the past. Although that idea did not materialize until the final film, the post-credits scene of Anthill and the wasp However he revealed that there is "vortices of time"within Quantum Realm, it is generally believed that Ant-Man will escape from Quantum Realm through a time vortex, and it will emerge five years in the future, where it learns about the horrors that have fallen on Earth. Marvel threw out Emma, Fuhrmann like an old Cassie Lang for Avengers 4. Scott presumably addresses the Avengers, and Tony Stark comes up with the idea of using the Quantum Kingdom to rewrite history, perhaps by collecting the Infinity Stones in the past. The theory makes sense, and it brings together so many potential plot threads together. But is there another possibility?
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They are the time travel sequences B.A.R.F.
There is still an important loose weft thread; BARF. Captain America: Civil War It introduced the viewers to one of Tony Stark's newest inventions, a virtual reality tool that he intended to use to help people cope with past traumas. Stark gave him a funny name; "Binarily Augmented Retro-Framing, or B.A.R.F … An extremely expensive method of kidnapping the hippopotamus to clear traumatic memories."Set photos from Avengers 4 showed boxes on the set with labels for "B.A.R.F .." Commenting on these photos, Avengers 4 Co-Director Joe Russo admitted that they can be important. "Certainly, there is a sequence of five minutes in the Civil War around a piece of technology that was installed for a very specific reason,"he observed."If you come back and watch that movie, you can get a clue about the address."
There is no obvious reason B.A.R.F. They could be connected to travel in time. But this technology allows people to explore their own memories, and that in itself could provide an explanation of why we are reviewing so many past events; are the Avengers that use B.A.R.F. To explore the past, explore the key moments in the story that involved the Infinity Stones to defeat Thanos in some way?
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On Reddit, a recent poster claimed to be part of the current Avengers 4 Reclosures According to the study book, Ant-Man will have the task of stealing Thanos's Reality Stone. Somehow, he says, Iron Man and Captain Marvel combine the Reality Stone with B.A.R.F. Technology to rewrite reality. It is not exactly clear, and this is just a random thread of Reddit and, therefore, should not have more validity than a theory of fanatics, but it goes without saying that it is a fascinating theory. Maybe the Avengers do not travel in time at all; instead, they use B.A.R.F. Do something vaguely similar.
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Key release dates
- Captain Marvel (2019) Release date: March 8, 2019.
- The Avengers 4 / Untitled Avengers Movie (2019) Release date: May 3, 2019.
- Spider-Man: away from home (2019) Release date: July 5, 2019.
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