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This Avengers: Endgame Deleted Scene May Suggest Thanos’ Return

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People might have the belief that Thanos’ role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is complete and there is no more of that antagonist now. However, there is a deleted scene in Avengers: Endgame that might suggest that something else can happen. This deleted scene contains the conversation between the Ancient One and the Hulk when he goes to retrieve the Time Stone. The conversation that the two have is something interesting, and it is even more interesting that MArvel decided to exclude that part from the main storyline. Does this mean that they are not going ahead with this sort of plan?

Avengers: Endgame Deleted Scene Talks About Reversing Death

In this scene in Avengers: Endgame, Bruce Banner has conflicts about accepting the stone and the resultant consequences of altering timelines. However, the Ancient One tries to comfort Banner and tells him that what Avengers are doing is not useless. Later, she gives a hint of Thanos as well:

“If someone dies, they will always die. Death is irreversible, but Thanos is not. Those you’ve lost are not dead. They’ve been willed out of existence, which means they can be willed back. But it doesn’t come cheap.”

This version is absolutely the opposite of what people got to see. However, this does raise the question of whether Marvel is interested in bringing back Thanos or not? According to WeGotThisCovered, Marvel has been whispering about the idea of using Thanos’ sone Thane to attempt bringing back his father.

The purple supervillain is currently erased out of existence thanks to the heroic efforts of the unlikeliest of the superhero, Iron Man. Does this mean that if Thane is successful, Tony Stark’s sacrifice would go in vain? Is Marvel ready to go down that road and offer fans something to talk about?

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