Avengers: For a lot of reasons, the endgame was overwhelming. Let me try it again; Avengers: For a lot of reasons, the endgame is daunting. I can confidently say, as an MCU fan, it’s not only the culmination of superhero stories that we’ve watched for years, but also the emotional send-off that few of the OG Avengers received during the process. It was a great loss, but in the mutual desperation that had consumed every ardent Marvel lover, we grieved. However, in the middle of all the sorrow and outpouring affection for the final testament, when it comes to the story arc of one of the OGs, Captain America, there was still a lot of head-scratching frustration about the foggy facts.
In the final scene, I recall thinking about his time travel journey, focusing hard on the alternative reality and finally saying, ‘Oh, I’m going to give that one to the Russo brothers.’ Because it wasn’t a time travel film for me, but that was just me!
Some, including my parents, have not yet made peace with the loophole-y treatment, wondering again if Steve Rogers of Chris Evan went back in time to spend his life with Peggy and stayed or returned to the main timeline as an elder to give the Falcon of Anthony Mackie his shield? The internet broke, particularly after the news of his reprisals!
oe Russo confirmed, “One thing that’s clear that Anthony and I have discussed, I don’t know that we’ve discussed this publicly at all, Cap would have had to have traveled back to the main timeline. That’s something that, yes, he would have been in a branch reality, but he would have to travel back to the main timeline to give that shield to Sam Wilson.”
Meanwhile, in the show The Falcon And Winter Soldier, Captain America’s best buds are coming back. Steve Rogers is presumed dead, but several unanswered questions have been left behind by the recent announcement of his return to the MCU. Again. Again. All of the Disney+ series will be released on 19 March 2021.