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Note: This article contains major spoilers about the events in “Avengers: Endgame.”
“Avengers: Endgame” brought a definitive end to many characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but as everyone following these movies knows, every ending is really just a new beginning. Marvel’s slate looks busier than ever, but “Endgame” only goes so far in terms of explaining the next steps. Here, we dig through some of the most pressing questions that viewers may have after watching this weekend’s biggest release and what they might mean for the future.
Events - Far - Home
How will these events impact “Spider-Man: Far From Home”?
Though “Endgame” ends with the resurrection of the youngest Avenger, Tom Holland’s darling Peter Parker seems to be (quite understandably!) taking Tony Stark’s death very hard. The film’s final scenes show a devastated Spidey as he deals with 1) watching Iron Man die, 2) attending his tearjerking funeral, and 3) trying to get back into the swing of regular life. There’s some cheer to be found, though, as the final Spidey-centric scenes shows a downtrodden Peter reuniting with his best pal Ned (Jacob Batalon) in the halls of their high school. Next up for the teenage superhero: a class trip across the pond, care of Jon Watts’ sequel, which hits theaters later this summer.
Mean - Black - Widow - Standalone - Film
What does this mean for the announced Black Widow standalone film?
Where does the God of Thunder go from here?
MCU - Thor - Gamble - Name - Recognition
When the MCU first started, it seemed like Thor was the biggest gamble. Based on name recognition alone (both of the character, and the hunky Australian unknown playing him), it was hard to imagine him inspiring as much interest as the other core Avengers. But despite the relative shakiness of his first two solo outings, Chris Hemsworth has transformed the God of Thunder into a cornerstone of the world’s biggest movie franchise, and it’s hard...
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