Earlier in the year, we already had you here. revealed that Josh Brolin, the actor who played Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), was leaving to return to the skin of the Mad Titan. And while many theories suggest a return of the iconic villain to the Marvel Studios universe, it seems that this the ;orieis not as insane as it may seem, as evidenced by one of the cut scenes that can be found in one of the last opuses of Phase III.
return of the mad titan?
First appeared in 2012 in the movie Avengers, < strong>Thanos would become a major character in the MCU, including being the main antagonist of the Infinity Saga, a cycle that brings together 23 films ranging from the first to the the third Phase. The Mad Titan is particularly known for having succeeded in exterminate half of all life in the universe, also called the “Snap”, thanks to the famous Infinity Gauntlet, containing the six Stones (or Gems) of Infinity.
The movie Avengers: Endgame(2019) will then mark the end of Thanos, but also that of Iron Man, the latter having sacrificed himself. to take with him the Mad Titan and his army. However, it seems that there is a way for the descendant of the Eternals to make a comeback in the MCU, or so suggests The Independent. Indeed, he states that in a scene cut from the 2019 film, fans can see an alternate version of a discussion between Mark Ruffalo's Hulk and the Elder, played by Tilda Swinton.
We then learn from the Elder that the removal of an Infinity Stone would have the ability to create a new timeline. But more importantly, the Elder will reveal above all to have already used the Stone of Time to see beyond of his own death. This is how fans can discover a rather surprising detail about Thanos' famous finger snap. The Elder will thus declare that the Snap of the mad Titan, supposed to have erased half of existence, had in fact not killedé a single person. She explains that rather than killing people, Thanos would actually kill people. makes their existence disappear, thus making possible their eventual resurrection.
So , if the Snap has “simply” the effect of erasing the existence of an individual without necessarily implying the death of this one, this could therefore mean that Thanos is not dead, but especially that 'he too could come back, in the same way that part of the Avengers and all the living beings erased by Thanos could also come back.
< p>Stay at see if the Marvel Studios writers will want and/or be interested in bring this cult character back to the franchise. For now, the MCU's superheroes must be prepared for… confront the new threat of Kang the Conqueror, who seems to be the new main antagonist of the Multiverse Saga for now.
And to find out whichMarvel Super-Villain is who managed to humiliated totally Thanos, see our previous article on the subject, right here.