Avengers: Endgame: How fans react to this continuity error you might have overlooked


Considering its context, the emotional burden that came with the closure of a very important story at MCU, and even the way to execute that closure, Avengers: Endgame can be considered a masterpiece in superhero cinema. But that does not mean, on the other hand, that the film is perfect. Or that it does not have some small flaws that, little by little, come to light.

The last of them allows us to see how fans react after discovering it. And the same could happen to you since not a few have realized that they had overlooked it. Specifically, we are referring to a continuity failure. You can judge for yourselves below.




As reported by HindustianTimes, the video has been shared on the TikTok social network by a fan who detected the error. In the video, he makes a continuous comment that has also been shared on Twitter. In either case, the 40-second video shows the user in question watching the movie on their laptop and narrating the error.

To be more specific, the fan notes that in the movie's final battle sequence, it is stated that Ant-Man and Wasp are trying to start a truck, but a few seconds later, when Black Panther is running across the battlefield with the Infinity Armband in his arms, Ant-Man (in his Giant-Man version) is seen in the background of the shot. "So if Ant-Man is in the truck, why is he there? What the hell!"

Of course, the response from other fans was immediate. And they have reacted in very interesting ways. For example, a fan pointed out a similar bug that happened in Avengers: Infinity War. This is what he says about it: "A similar one happened in Infinity War, with Okoye on the battlefield and at the same time fighting against that monster in the room where Vision was.".

What did you think of you? Have you noticed this little mistake? Or perhaps you know others who have not transcended excessively to this day. Send us your impressions, we will gladly read to you.
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