4 MCU Theories Which Came True In 2018 (And 3 That Didn’t)

Apparently the greatest establishment in popular culture right now, the MCU has attracted individuals for over 10 years with their various. This year happened to be particularly enormous for the establishment, as it saw the arrival of two of its greatest movies: Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War. With the last being the enormous hybrid that fans had been longing for since The Avengers, it got a great deal of consideration from all edges. Ready to change the MCU always, it and the other two MCU motion pictures this year were liable to a lot of bits of gossip and theory.

Black Panther would answer inquiries from Captain America: Civil War while being a scaffold to Thanos’ up and coming landing. Avengers: Infinity War would have been the check that recommended whether certain long-running speculations were valid or false. There were such huge numbers of things riding on the current year’s Marvel films for the fans, and it appears that is just going to proceed through the arrival of Avengers: Endgame. So, today we will discuss 4 theories which came true in 2018 (and 3 that didn’t)


At the point when the Power Stone was found and left on Xandar in Guardians of the Galaxy, everybody realized that the Nova Corps wouldn’t be sufficiently able to shield it from Thanos. With the arrival of Avengers: Infinity War not too far off, numerous individuals conjectured that the Mad Titan would annihilate the whole planet just to get his hands on the Stone.

While the film never demonstrated to us how Thanos destroyed Xandar, Thor affirmed that the planet was devastated only seven days before the film occurred


With regards to the MCU’s Spider-Man, a lot of fans were simply hanging tight for when Marvel chose to present the Venom symbiote and convey that character to the universe. There was a hypothesis drifting around that Infinity War would present it. With the Avengers going to Titan, Spider-Man included, it was a prime chance to present the symbiote and additionally give it an approach to make a trip to Earth.

This refuted, as the MCU wouldn’t utilize Venom at any point in the near future. Sony still has the rights to the character, and the Venom film was a weird accomplishment in the cinema world.


Infinity War needed to complete a lot of things. It needed to set up Thanos as a reprobate, demonstrate him gaining every one of the stones, clarify what the Avengers were doing and how they collaborated once more, mix the Guardians of the Galaxy with the program, and set numerous characters against one another.

With these assignments and in addition a few bits of gossip on film sites, the movie was guessed to be over two hours in length. This demonstrated valid, as Avengers: Infinity War is the longest MCU film to date. Nonetheless, that record is hoping to be broken by Avengers: Endgame, which is checking in around three hours at this moment.


Another MCU film, another gossip that Captain America would fall in real life. After bits of gossip that he would bite the dust in Captain America: Civil War, the talk came up again that he would lose his life in Avengers: Infinity War. This was reinforced by a shot in the trailer demonstrating him keeping down Thanos without anyone else.

In any case, the gossip was the opposite occurred. With everybody apparently vanishing, Captain America was one of only a handful couple of characters who endure. All things considered, there are still a lot of bits of gossip that he’ll lose his life at the peak of Avengers: Endgame. We’ll find sooner rather than later.


Toward the finish of Captain America: Civil War, Captain America and Bucky were given asylum in Wakanda, where the general population there were taking a shot at an approach to free Bucky from Hydra’s control. With the arrival of Black Panther toward the start of this current year, numerous individuals trusted that Bucky would turn up again in the film, maybe close by some different Avengers.

Nonetheless, Black Panther ended up being T’Challa’s film up until the plain end. One of the post-credits scenes demonstrated Shuri conversing with Bucky about him being settled. This was an immediate attach to Avengers: Infinity War, where Bucky was carrying on with the life of a rancher.


There were a lot of Soul Stone hypotheses some time ago. Since Black Panther was the last MCU motion picture before Avengers: Infinity War, many trusted that Wakanda held the Soul Stone. All things considered, it was more innovatively progressed than some other place on the planet. Some guessed that was on the grounds that the Soul Stone made it.

Be that as it may, the motion picture turned out, and not exclusively was the Soul Stone not in Wakanda, it wasn’t in the motion picture by any stretch of the imagination. The Soul Stone was rather utilized as a plot point in Avengers: Infinity War, as Thanos went on an adventure to discover it and throw his own girl off of a precipice.


Toy spills were the worst thing about Avengers: Infinity War, and they raised probably the most precise gossipy tidbits for the film. One talk that started in light of these toys was that Thor would get another weapon. This was reinforced by the Russo Brothers expressing that Thor would have some “radical change” in the film.

Regardless of shots in the trailer disguising the weapon, the gossipy tidbits and holes were precise. Thor, with the assistance of Rocket and Groot, made the Stormbreaker hatchet, which allowed him controls past even what his own dad Odin had once upon a time.


A standout amongst the most prominent unlucky deficiencies in Avengers: Infinity War was Hawkeye. In spite of bringing back everybody for that film, Marvel didn’t utilize Hawkeye or Ant-Man. This persuaded we would find out about Hawkeye in Ant-Man and the Wasp, taking into account that the two characters were missing from in Infinity War for comparable reasons.

In any case, Hawkeye did not show up in Avengers: Infinity War, implying that his next appearance after Captain America: Civil War will be Avengers: Endgame.

Vasu Sharma
Vasu Sharma

Vasu Sharma is the Content Head at Animated Times, supervising the Editorial Board at Animated Times. He's 25 years old and has done his master's in journalism from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

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