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Subj: Re: Good movie, even if not quite perfect
Posted: Tue May 07, 2019 at 12:36:26 pm EDT (Viewed 209 times)
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Posted: Mon May 06, 2019 at 12:12:21 pm EDT (Viewed 191 times)
Quote:Good question. I don't think we ever got an explanation as to what the Soul Stone does when used independently. All we know is that it's necessary for the Gauntlet.
I don't think that we will often see the Infinity Stones anymore (except perhaps, in flashbacks).
The one exception might be the Time Stone because it is also the Eye of Agamotto and because the Masters of the Mystic Arts need it against the forces of Darkness such as Dormammu.
That's what the 2012 Ancient One said, anyway.
So, it is highly possible that they find a way to bring back the Time Stone, somehow ... or a Time Stone since there may be countless versions in the Multiverse.
Also, the combination of the Space Stone & the Time Stone might be useful to travel through the Multiverse without using the Quantum Realm and, thus, the alternate 2012 version of the Tesseract might be used in combination with the Time Stone to do so.
Still, Marvel Studios might be fed up with the Infinity Stones and it is also highly possible that we don't see them at all anymore.
Clearly, the new gimmick of the future MCU movies seems to be the different dimensions of the Multiverse. It started with Dr. Strange & the Ant-Man movies and it seems to continue even after Endgame.
(Watch the new trailer of FAR FROM HOME and you'll see what I mean ...)
Quote:Which reminds me - Does anyone think we'll eventually see Warlock with the Soul Stone on his brow?
I still wonder what they may have in store for Adam.
In the comics, he was one of Thanos' archfoes and, at least two versions of Thanos are already dead (I supposed that there are other versions in the Multiverse but it is possible that the villain never comes back).
It is highly possible that Adam Warlock may encounter the chronal duplicate of Gamora and also, his own chronal duplicate, the Magus.