Avengers: Endgame has a shield problem. And that’s a shield – not a SHIELD!
It’s probably no surprise that in the first four stages of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, folks spend endless hours studying the climate film, with superfans constantly finding and finding continuity gaffes.
The final continuity flaw was seen before but went viral again this week when an eagle-eyed person spotted it while replaying the movie and posted it on Reddit.
During the final battle there is a wide angle shot of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) ready to throw his Vibranium shield to defeat Thanos and his unholy army.
Either Steve used his time travel device from the end of the movie to go back to that one moment of the fight and then leave without doing anything else … or a VFX supervisor accidentally let the sign in. We leave it up to you to decide.
There are several other continuity flaws that are easily seen in the movie. The time wasting itself is likely to give you a headache if, for example, you think about it too much!
And speaking of the final battle with Thanos, there is also a big difference in size between Ant-Man and Giant Man during a key sequence. But hey, with a more than $ 350 million blockbuster featuring the best cast ever, we can forgive a few mistakes!
Avengers: Endgame is out now DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D, 4K and digital download and is available on Disney +.
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