Avengers: Infinity War

Corrected entry: Why are Steve Rogers and Natasha so surprised when they see Bruce? Bruce called Steve, so he already knew Bruce was going to be there and he would have told Natasha where the information came from so she would have also known.

brianjr0412

New this month Correction: They aren't surprised to see him, it's just an awkward atmosphere between Bruce and Natasha seeing each other for the first time in a couple of years. Steve looks right at him with a fairly neutral face.

Correction: We aren't shown a phonecall, or that Bruce specifically made the call to Steve. He could have contacted Rodey first, who then called Steve. After all, Rodey is the one who greeted Steve at the Avengers headquarters. He could have even just sent a text rather than making a call.

So they show Bruce pick up Tony's phone, scroll down to Steve's number, then have him call Rodey off screen instead? That makes no sense.

brianjr0412

Bruce may have called Steve telling him about thanos but this doesn't mean he will show up or join them as Bruce at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron prefers to disappear in order not to hurt innocent people as he did earlier in Age of Ultron.

Corrected entry: Before Thor gets the axe he has no cape, but when he gets to earth he does.

oswal13

Correction: As shown in at least two other films in the MCU, Thor is able to conjure his costume magically. He can "take it off" and "put it on" at will, and it will appear or disappear within seconds.

TedStixon

Correction: Yes, because getting the mystical axe regenerates both him and his costume, just like retrieving Mjolnir in the first Thor film did.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Corrected entry: Strange could easily have used his powers to cut off Thanos' arm with the gauntlet on it as he did with the giant henchmen.

oswal13

Correction: As Strange mentioned to Stark before the battle with Thanos, there was only one outcome out of over 14 million in which the heroes would be victorious. Whatever path Strange set the others on to victory involved not doing a number of things he could have tried against Thanos that seems like they should have been obvious to try.

Phaneron Premium member

Correction: The portals can not be opened around the limbs of people. The only way someone would get their limbs cut off is if they put their limb in the portal as it closes. Which is what Cull Obsidian (giant henchmen) does as Wong closes the portal.

Corrected entry: "Spider-Man: Homecoming" stated it was set "eight years" after the events of the first "Avengers." Yet in this film - which takes place after "Homecoming", Tony Stark mentions that it's been six years since "The Avengers" in one scene.

TedStixon

Correction: The timeline error lies with "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and not this film. I previously submitted a correction for the aforementioned film's 8-year jump and how it could fit in the timeline, given what we had been told about the timeline of events leading up to the first "Avengers" film, but after watching every MCU film leading up to "Infinity War," they do indeed make references to the first "Avengers" film taking place in 2012, so I had to retract the correction. Tony saying that it had been 6 years is correct. Co-director Joe Russo has even stated that the "8 years later" thing is incorrect.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: At one point early on, but after Vision has returned to his red and green robot form, the space on his forehead is missing the Mind Stone. If you look at the set photos of Vision before they used the computer animation, it becomes clear that the CGI wasn't properly completed.

Correction: I've seen the movie twice, and at no point is Vision missing the stone.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Corrected entry: Thanos already had the Infinity Gauntlet in the post-credits scene of "Avengers: Age of Ultron," which is set several years prior to this movie. Yet this film implies that the dwarfs had just recently made him the gauntlet before he almost entirely wiped them out.

TedStixon

Correction: Just because "Avengers: Age of Ultron" took place a few years prior to this movie, it doesn't mean that the post-credits scene of Thanos putting on the gauntlet doesn't take place just before the start of this movie.

Phaneron Premium member

Correction: The film does not specify when Thanos attacked the forgery. Only that Asgard did not come to their aid. Asgard had been neglecting its duty to the other realms for the last couple of years (ever since Thor left to search for Infinity Stones and Loki took over) just after Age of Ultron.

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