Since Endgame hit theaters, many people have wondered why Doctor Strange wasn’t a bigger part of the final battle.Subscribe to our channel:
After playing such a large role in Avengers: Infinity War, one would think that he would have a similar sized role in the final fight.
However, in Endgame, despite having been restored to life from a rather dusty state, we didn’t see him take a swing at Thanos during the final battle. Doctor Strange is one of the most powerful heroes in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. We don’t think anyone is going to try to argue with that.
And while fighting Thanos on Titan during the events of Avengers: Infinity War, we got to see the Sorcerer Supreme hold his own against the Mad Titan pretty handley. Showcasing magical skills far beyond those we saw him use in his own solo film.
So he didn’t fight Thanos again in Endgame, but why the heck not? Well, there is a theory floating around that might explain his actions.
And if you are paying attention, it does indeed have to do with the 14,000,605 different futures that he saw when he looked into the future. And by the way, seeing all of those futures would make for a great future slate of Marvel movies. Why make new films when we could have millions of futures featuring our favorite characters! There’s probably one where Spider-Man bites the dust! But this theory goes a bit deeper than that. Let’s dive in, shall we?
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