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Will Marvel actually pull it off?

>Ant-Man escapes from the Quantum Realm and finds the world devastated by Thanos’ snap. He is then approached by Iron Man, who has built his own Infinity Gauntlet and plans to use the Quantum Realm to journey across time and space to assemble the Infinity Stones before Thanos and use them against him.

>The Avengers are scattered. Black Widow locates Hawkeye in Japan, fighting the Yakuza in the aftermath of his family’s death, while Bruce Banner finds Thor and the surviving Asgardians in Norway. Iron Man is also forced to put aside his differences with Captain America.

>The Avengers split into teams and journey into different time periods to retrieve the Infinity Stones. Thanos learns about their plans and attempts to stop them, but is foiled by the arrival of Captain Marvel, answering Nick Fury’s distress call to join the battle.

>The movie centers on the relationship between Captain America and Iron Man, which apparently leads to both their deaths, sacrificing themselves to stop Thanos. Captain America also wields Mjolnir in battle after timeline ripples restore it.

>Thor journeys to the underworld and reunites with his sister Hela to recruit an army of undead Asgardian warriors to battle Thanos.

>Banner and Hulk merge, allowing the Hulk to retain Banner’s intellect while transformed. He wields the Stark Gauntlet against Thanos and saves the world, losing his arm in the process.

>Nebula finds friends among the Avengers and seeks redemption for past mistakes, including a fight with her villainous past self for possession of one of the Infinity Stones.

>Ant-Man becomes the Avengers’ secret weapon against Thanos, while Captain Marvel tips the scale of power in the Avengers’ favor and helps steer them back towards hope.