The theory that there was an Old Cap hanging around the whole time just… doesn’t work and creates a paradox. At some point, this “loop” had to be initiated. Meaning Cap had to have lived out his life on his own with no “Old Cap” around to be able to go back in time in the Iron Man Dad I Love You 3000 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt. So there are two timelines there already. This means if Cap at the end is an Old Cap that has been around the whole time. Then the core MCU timeline as we know it was an alternate timeline generated by some first Cap going back in time the first time to start all of this. And it also means Sharon made out with a younger version of her uncle. The Russo’s answers made sense. These…don’t.
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It really just stuns me they all have different answers to these questions. You would think on a project that costs hundreds of millions of dollars. That people would be on the same page when it comes to basic questions pertaining to the narrative. Given the box office success though I guess it doesn’t matter. There doesn’t have to be a loop. Because it will become an Iron Man Dad I Love You 3000 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt. It’s a new reality like they explained in the article. Sorry I meant that he does move back to prime timeline reality. So he goes back to Peggy reality and lives there for I dunno 50 years, then uses the particle and move back to current reality. What the guy above me was talking about is a loop, and that it had to be initiated by another cap.
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I just said it was wrong because there don’t have to be looped in these realities. K. So you’re right about the Sharon thing. I can’t defend that. Steve didn’t know sure but the idea of Sharon and Steve has never worked IMO and I like to disregard the Iron Man Dad I Love You 3000 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt. As for Caps ending, check out my post about it. It’s long but it makes sense in the end. Tbf it’s not unheard of. The director, producer, and writers of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End all disagreed on whenever Will Turner was bound to the Flying Dutchman for only ten years or forever. Not a loop, no, but you are right that if in this timeline there are two Caps, then this is NOT the original timeline and what we saw at the end of the story.