Avengers Endgame | Captain America Time Travel Explained

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  1. It sucks that I feel like people loved Tony Stark’s death more because he killed Thanos and made the sacrifice play. But the true fans will know that the best ending was Captain America’s. His ending was beautiful and heartwarming. It was an ending that all true marvel fans really wanted.
    He is the best avenger… He fought all kinds of wars, fought against his friends, lived his life with his true love and passed on his shield with honour. That’s what makes him worthy.

  2. DOCTOR STRANGE SEES ALL THE ALTERNATE TIMELINES IN WHICH THEY WON.. THE MCU ONLY SHOWED US THE TIMELINE WHERE THE AVENGERS WON. THE REMAINING HAVE ALTERNATE ENDINGS WHERE OF COURSE STRANGE MENTIONS THAT IN REMAINING ALTERNATES THANOS WOULD WIN… THE ALTERNATES MAY NOT END SIMILARLY OR THE WAY THEY SHOWED US. AVENGERS MIGHT LOSE OR NOT. BUT THIS AVENGERS JUST CHOSE THE RIGHT ALTERNATIVE AND WON… THEY DO NOT CARE FOR OTHER TIMELINES..
    CAP WENT TO THE PAST.. CHOSE HIS ALTERNATE WHEREAS THE FROZEN CAP WILL HAVE DIFFERENT TIMELINE. MEANS HE MAY NOT JOIN OR JOIN AVENGERS.. ITS JUST A PROBABILITY OF 1/14000000

  3. One of thanos' convictions that he keeps repeating is that destiny arrives and that he is inevitable. Well if in the main timeline there was always two captain americas it means that it was inevitable that captain america would travel back in time. If the entire plot of the movie didn't unfold as it did, it is likely that he would have never traveled back in time thus making the avengers winning inevitable. I think this would be the ultimate irony.

  4. Everyone is just assuming that he ended up with Peggy instead of opening your mind to the fact that maybe marvel just left that loophole for a reason. Them dancing together does not mean they got married because in that case Captain America ended up having the hots for his niece, Sharon Carter, in Winter soldier.

  5. Sorrey it is all really make nothing .. just Csp miss time line and he just immature selefish!
    He can go back to past he change him reality but not others!!
    She never move on .. she had many relationships o series and kids also what about her conversation with steph on winter soldir. That disgusting .. make no senses!!
    What about this kiss as example
    https://youtu.be/6V2hAVfr9YE

  6. I don't know if this checks out. Remember when Cap was talking to old Peggy in Winter Soldier? It seemed like Peggy never got to be with Cap, if you have that theory that Peggy had to keep everything a secret. Keep in mind that Peggy had Alzheimer's too. If Cap was Peggy's secret love, that would then be a big plot hole.

  7. Great explanation and theory, but do they not state in endgame that simply your presence in a different timeline alters it and creates a new timeline? Whether u live In secret or not? My theory is that the directors wanted to keep it simple and stick to the movies rules. Tony tells Cap "go get a life" Cap stays with peggy in the newly created timeline. Lives a life until her death. Jumps back to the point where he origionaly planned to return the stone (correcting that reality) then jumps back to the main timeline, now old and fullfilled.

  8. OMG I am linking this video to all my friends I have been saying this since we saw the movie cap A was still throws and found cap B lived quietly with Peggy. There was no way that woman lived dreaming of one man that whole time she was actually with him in secret. Cap b never interfered because he knew how future events were going to play out all the movies still happen the same way that we saw them nothing changed that's also part of the reason why I kept didn't want to explain his life with Sam and Bucky it was top secret lol. At least that is my opinion

  9. I have to disagree with your conclusion, heres why:

    -Professor Hulk clearly stated (through the baby Thanos analogy) that if you make changes in the past, it wont affect the future, meaning ANY kind of changes does not affect that particular multiverse.

    So what does that mean? My only logical conclusion is, its a DIFFERENT UNIVERSE. You are no longer in the "present" universe, rather you are in the "past" universe (two sepparate but similar worlds).

    The reason Cap went back to the past is to make sure that the "past" universe wont change even though it wont affect the "future" universe.

    Another take away from this is each time they "time travel" they go to a different universe and that the only way back to the "present" universe is by going back within 5 seconds of time traveling.

    Now you ask, well then why does Captain America get to meet everyone in the "present" universe if NOTHING is affected by changes in the past no matter how small that change may be? (i.e. Captain America lives a full life and made changes in the micro level just for existing in the "past" universe.)

    There are 3 logical reasons, each is more mind blowing than the next:

    1. Captain America , at a ripe old age, travels back to the "present" universe and sits on the bench, living a full life in another universe.

    2. The universe the movie ends in is actually NOT the "present universe" rather its a "past" universe thats run through the scenario up to that point, so cap has always been there all along.

    3. Thats not the original Captain America, rather its a Captain America from the "future" universe. Meaning all this has already happened in another universe.

    Lets talk about it. What do you think i missed that breaks my conclusion?

  10. Nope…

    He didn’t exist in the same timeline… he took 4 pim particles in 1970 and had to use 2 to get himself and Stark back to their present.

    At the end of the film, he would have had enough pim particles to get to each destination to return the time stones (still makes no sense how he returned the soul stone, but hey) and he would have had 3 extra pim particles, 1 to return back to the present as the original plan, another to go back to 1945 to live out his life with Peggy and an extra one presumably…

    They used multi verse theory here in this film (pay attention to the conversation between Hulk and the Sorcerer Supreme), so Cap is actually living in a completely different timeline!

    He returns to the point of origin. Would have made more sense if he returned on the pad as an old man.

    This film didn’t allow for him to go back in time and live out his life because as soon as he travelled back and did that he created a seperate timeline, a different reality.

    What you allude to sounds nice, and would have made more sense if they didn’t create strict rules around time travel in the beginning, which makes Cap growing old in their timeline impossible!

  11. I like the theory, but Peggy had kids and a husband (everything is shown in Captain America: the Winter Soldier). Unless the husband is actually Steve Rogers and the kids are his. The other question I have, what's up with the Cap Shield that the old Steve passes to Falcon? Hasn't the shield being destroyed in the fight with Thanos? When Steve travels back in time, he doesn't have a shield and unless he has taken a shield from one of the other realities, in the MCU reality the only shield presents is the destroyed one. This part is still a little bit confusing to me. But thanks for your video!

  12. nah, Steve returns from an alternate timeline at the end of the movie. He isn't tasked with returning the stones to prevent alternate timelines, he does it to prevent those timelines from being doomed. Like the ancient one says in the movie, removing the stones from alternate realities dooms that reality. He can't have been in the past the whole time bc of the way the movie sets up the time travel rules- just him being in the past at all creates an alternate timeline definitionally

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