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America, Anaconda, and Captain America: Civil War: Infinity War Theory -Theory- - This will contain minor spoilers for Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming - So let's start. So following the events of Captain America: Civil War, Cap (Spoiler Alert) leaves his Shield with Tony Stark after his line "You don't deserve it. My father made that Shield!" So this raises the question. "What weapon will Cap have in Infinity War?" Well most think Tony will just give Cap his Shield back. Which would be stupid honestly, I mean Tony's not gonna forgive a fight like that just in an instant. (At least he shouldn't. Not right away) - "So, here's my brilliant theory." So if you look on my first slide you'll see two pictures of Caps Prototype Shield (Spoiler Alert) that was mentioned in Spider-Man: Homecoming. (Top pic is from Avengers bottom from Iron Man 2) So obviously Tony has been working on a new Shield for Cap ever since they found him in the Ice. But in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Happy said (something like this) "Cap's new prototype Shield." So I think it's safe to assume that Tony finished whatever he made. Now obviously he's not just going to hand it over to Cap after Civil War. (That and he probably has no clue where he is) So here's were Comic Book Accuracy comes in Now the Russos already borrowed this element in Civil War, but I think it's worth a redo. So in the Comics Cap Looses his Shield (Slide 3) and Sharon Carter brings him a photonic energy Shield. Now this Shield can change into an energy staff. Now in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Seasons 3 & 4 Phil Coulson uses an Energy Shield (which he does in the comics as well) So we know the technology exists. Now add a little Tony Stark design to it. "Bing Bang Boom." (I like how I keep using CA: TFA Quotes) So, Tony designs Cap this Shield bc he's Tony. He likes to make stuff. (Iron Man 3) Sharon Carter steals this new tech brings it to Steve. Also one piece of Evidence I found to support this is in the Leaked Avengers: Infinity War trailer, Cap is Catching an energy staff. Now whether this is just an attackers weapon, or his New Shield it's unclear. But he is holding an energy staff. - Comment your thoughts on this theory below. (This could be 100% wrong)
America, Anaconda, and Captain America: Civil War: Infinity War Theory
-Theory- - This will contain minor spoilers for Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming - So let's start. So following the events of Captain America: Civil War, Cap (Spoiler Alert) leaves his Shield with Tony Stark after his line "You don't deserve it. My father made that Shield!" So this raises the question. "What weapon will Cap have in Infinity War?" Well most think Tony will just give Cap his Shield back. Which would be stupid honestly, I mean Tony's not gonna forgive a fight like that just in an instant. (At least he shouldn't. Not right away) - "So, here's my brilliant theory." So if you look on my first slide you'll see two pictures of Caps Prototype Shield (Spoiler Alert) that was mentioned in Spider-Man: Homecoming. (Top pic is from Avengers bottom from Iron Man 2) So obviously Tony has been working on a new Shield for Cap ever since they found him in the Ice. But in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Happy said (something like this) "Cap's new prototype Shield." So I think it's safe to assume that Tony finished whatever he made. Now obviously he's not just going to hand it over to Cap after Civil War. (That and he probably has no clue where he is) So here's were Comic Book Accuracy comes in Now the Russos already borrowed this element in Civil War, but I think it's worth a redo. So in the Comics Cap Looses his Shield (Slide 3) and Sharon Carter brings him a photonic energy Shield. Now this Shield can change into an energy staff. Now in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Seasons 3 & 4 Phil Coulson uses an Energy Shield (which he does in the comics as well) So we know the technology exists. Now add a little Tony Stark design to it. "Bing Bang Boom." (I like how I keep using CA: TFA Quotes) So, Tony designs Cap this Shield bc he's Tony. He likes to make stuff. (Iron Man 3) Sharon Carter steals this new tech brings it to Steve. Also one piece of Evidence I found to support this is in the Leaked Avengers: Infinity War trailer, Cap is Catching an energy staff. Now whether this is just an attackers weapon, or his New Shield it's unclear. But he is holding an energy staff. - Comment your thoughts on this theory below. (This could be 100% wrong)

-Theory- - This will contain minor spoilers for Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming - So let's start. So following the events of Captain Am...

America, Batman, and Disney: IF THERE WASATWO PART MOVIE CROSSOVER THAT CAME Our THATINCLUDED ALL THESE UNIVERSES BUT IT WAS THE ONLY MoVIE THOSE COMPANIES MADE THAT YEAR IG: @kingofmetahumans WOULD YOU BE OKAY WITH THAT? From @kingofmetahumans - Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced that they would collaborate to make a two part crossover movie that included the DCEU, MCU, and X-Men universe. Part 1 of the movie came out in July & Part 2 came out in December. It would be a movie with the Justice League, the Avengers, the X-Men, and any other characters in those universes. But that would be the only thing any of those companies produced that year. No solo movies like Captain America or Wonder Woman or Man of Steel or anything. Just those two movies would come out thar year and that would be it. But since that's the only thing they're producing their entire budget would go into making those movies. So one part of the movies would have roughly 8 or 9 times the budget those companies largest movies usually would. And in terms of the runtime each movie is 2 1-2 hours, so 5 hours in total. (And for argument's sake let's say they both got a 96% on RT & a 9.5-10 on IMDB) Would you be able to handle that? avengers justiceleague xmen avengersinfinitywar infinitywar batmanvsuperman batman manofsteel captainamericacivilwar logan xmenapocalypse dceu mcu wonderwoman suicidesquad wolverine ironman superman brucewayne benaffleck dccomics spiderman blackwidow thor
America, Batman, and Disney: IF THERE WASATWO PART MOVIE CROSSOVER THAT CAME Our
 THATINCLUDED ALL THESE UNIVERSES BUT IT WAS THE
 ONLY MoVIE THOSE COMPANIES MADE THAT YEAR
 IG: @kingofmetahumans
 WOULD YOU BE OKAY WITH THAT?
From @kingofmetahumans - Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced that they would collaborate to make a two part crossover movie that included the DCEU, MCU, and X-Men universe. Part 1 of the movie came out in July & Part 2 came out in December. It would be a movie with the Justice League, the Avengers, the X-Men, and any other characters in those universes. But that would be the only thing any of those companies produced that year. No solo movies like Captain America or Wonder Woman or Man of Steel or anything. Just those two movies would come out thar year and that would be it. But since that's the only thing they're producing their entire budget would go into making those movies. So one part of the movies would have roughly 8 or 9 times the budget those companies largest movies usually would. And in terms of the runtime each movie is 2 1-2 hours, so 5 hours in total. (And for argument's sake let's say they both got a 96% on RT & a 9.5-10 on IMDB) Would you be able to handle that? avengers justiceleague xmen avengersinfinitywar infinitywar batmanvsuperman batman manofsteel captainamericacivilwar logan xmenapocalypse dceu mcu wonderwoman suicidesquad wolverine ironman superman brucewayne benaffleck dccomics spiderman blackwidow thor

From @kingofmetahumans - Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced tha...

America, Batman, and Disney: F THERE WAS A TWO PARTMOIE CROSSOVER THAT CAME OUT THAT INCLUDED ALL THESE UNIVERSES BUTIT WASTHE ONLY MOVIE THOSE COMPANIES MADE THAT YEAR IG: @kingofmetahumans WOULD YOU BE OKAY WITH THAT? Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced that they would collaborate to make a two part crossover movie that included the DCEU, MCU, and X-Men universe. Part 1 of the movie came out in July & Part 2 came out in December. It would be a movie with the Justice League, the Avengers, the X-Men, and any other characters in those universes. But that would be the only thing any of those companies produced that year. No solo movies like Captain America or Wonder Woman or Man of Steel or anything. Just those two movies would come out thar year and that would be it. But since that's the only thing they're producing their entire budget would go into making those movies. So one part of the movies would have roughly 8 or 9 times the budget those companies largest movies usually would. And in terms of the runtime each movie is 2 1-2 hours, so 5 hours in total. (And for argument's sake let's say they both got a 96% on RT & a 9.5-10 on IMDB) Would you be able to handle that? avengers justiceleague xmen avengersinfinitywar infinitywar batmanvsuperman batman manofsteel captainamericacivilwar logan xmenapocalypse dceu mcu wonderwoman suicidesquad wolverine ironman superman brucewayne benaffleck dccomics spiderman blackwidow thor
America, Batman, and Disney: F THERE WAS A TWO PARTMOIE CROSSOVER THAT CAME OUT
 THAT INCLUDED ALL THESE UNIVERSES BUTIT WASTHE
 ONLY MOVIE THOSE COMPANIES MADE THAT YEAR
 IG: @kingofmetahumans
 WOULD YOU BE OKAY WITH THAT?
Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced that they would collaborate to make a two part crossover movie that included the DCEU, MCU, and X-Men universe. Part 1 of the movie came out in July & Part 2 came out in December. It would be a movie with the Justice League, the Avengers, the X-Men, and any other characters in those universes. But that would be the only thing any of those companies produced that year. No solo movies like Captain America or Wonder Woman or Man of Steel or anything. Just those two movies would come out thar year and that would be it. But since that's the only thing they're producing their entire budget would go into making those movies. So one part of the movies would have roughly 8 or 9 times the budget those companies largest movies usually would. And in terms of the runtime each movie is 2 1-2 hours, so 5 hours in total. (And for argument's sake let's say they both got a 96% on RT & a 9.5-10 on IMDB) Would you be able to handle that? avengers justiceleague xmen avengersinfinitywar infinitywar batmanvsuperman batman manofsteel captainamericacivilwar logan xmenapocalypse dceu mcu wonderwoman suicidesquad wolverine ironman superman brucewayne benaffleck dccomics spiderman blackwidow thor

Alright so this is what I'm saying: Imagine in the year 2022, for example. Warner Bros, Fox, & Disney announced that they would collaborate ...