Avengers Endgame HORRIFYING Thanos deleted scene revealed | Films | Entertainment


OK, so it’s not like everybody didn’t already know that Thanos would go to any lengths, however grim and gruesome. Along the way, the films made a philosophical argument for the Mad Titan. He was actually trying to save the universe from itself, apparently. He wasn’t just an uncaring, mass-murderer on an epic scale. These new revelations might beg to differ.

Sure, Thanos might have believed he was going to wipe out half of all life for the right reasons. However, he also seemed to relish killing off folk – and not just strangers and enemies.

A new post by concept artist JS Marantz, who worked on the Marvel movies, revealed a truly chilling and ruthless side of the not so jolly purple giant.

Gory images show heads ripped from their bodies – for a particularly disturbing reason.

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Some people like to relax at home watching movies. Others, it appears, rip the heads off their staff and use them to project creepy stalker spy footage.

In the end, of course, Thanos’ worries were proved right – and the Avengers defeated him and reversed his Snap.

Tony Stark paid the ultimate price – although a major theory argues he found a way to live on – and we may have already heard him without realising.

It argues there is proof in the haunting memorial scene.

When [the] hologram was about to end we saw that Tony stood up from his chair and came towards Morgan and made eye contact with [her] and said ‘I love you 3000’.

“So the suspicious part about this scene is that if it was a prerecorded hologram how would Tony know that Morgan would be sitting on the sofa when Pepper and Morgan would be watching the hologram? And also how would he know the location from where the hologram was getting projected? Not just the location but how would a 3D hologram make eye contact with a human. How would Tony know the locations before recording?”

The theory also suggest that Tony’s consciousness is actually part of EDITH, the AI interface Peter Parker accesses with the glasses Happy gives him.

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