“It’s too amazing not to do it”: The continuity error that Marvel decided to ignore to give one of the best moments in its history – Movie news

“It’s too amazing not to do it”: The continuity error that Marvel decided to ignore to give one of the best moments in its history – Movie news
“It’s too amazing not to do it”: The continuity error that Marvel decided to ignore to give one of the best moments in its history – Movie news

Marvel has often been praised in its history for its incredible work in continuity, allowing events to be consistent in their shared cinematic universe. It doesn’t matter if there are different creatives on different films, there has to be a care for the details so that they are not contradictory. Although that does not mean that they have some very notable errors from time to time.

Some are even very aware, but they overlook them because it allows them to reach truly amazing moments. All a product of his ability to improvise, of not discarding ideas if they are good enough, no matter who it comes from. “The best idea wins” is a motto as seen in the book MCU – The Reign of Marvel Studiosand it’s something they fiercely followed to do Avengers: Endgame.

Kevin Feige and his team have always taken pride in their responsiveness and also to rescue details from some of his first films so that they have an emotional reward eventually. In Endgame Its ability to do all of this is appreciated, with screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely beginning to write the script many years before starting filming, having to respond to several of the changes that occurred with the new films.

While they were drafting the script in 2016, filming was taking place in Australia. Thor: Ragnarok, which was going to represent an important change for Chris Hemsworth in his interpretation of the character, highlighting a funnier side. His previous version of the script had Thor in the most serious version of him, but the good result of the film led them to change the tone of the character. However, a specific detail put at risk what was going to be one of the best moments of Endgame.

Be worthy

In Ragnarok, Mjölnir, Thor’s famous hammer that allowed him to summon lightning bolts to launch against his enemies and which returned when summoned, is destroyed. Taika Waiti’s film establishes that the hammer was never really important, and allowed Thor to summon lightning at will even if it was destroyed. This It clashed with his plan to have Captain America end up wielding Mjölnir to fight Thanos.thus culminating the small moment in Avengers: Age of Ultron where the hammer moves slightly when the captain tries to lift it.

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As established in that film, the hammer can only be wielded by he who is worthy of doing so, and the fact that Captain America did so at the most crucial moment of the battle turned everything into an extraordinary moment. A moment that fans were fervently waiting forso it was also included even though Ragnarok had established that it was not important, assuming a continuity error. As Christopher Markus defends: “It’s too amazing not to do it.”

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