Avengers: Infinity War was surely amongst the biggest movies ever made and it has got the biggest box office collections for the MCU or any other Superhero movie for that matter. There is no other movie that even comes close to being a thriller like Infinity War was. Fans went in with insane predictions and the plot of the movie outsmarted everyone who saw the movie for the first time. Now, the guys at ‘How it should have ended’ have created something as funny and thrilling as Infinity War itself was.
Daniel Baxter, the owner, and director of this channel has been hard at giving us another look at various movies and answering the question of how all these movies could have really ended. There are three big channels that have been running these Nit-picking shows giving us a detailed look at the mistakes and loopholes of the movies and how they could be taken advantage of. Screen Junkies’ Honest Trailers, Screen Rant’s Pitch Meeting and Hishe’s How it should have ended have all been up to this nitpicking game giving us the big loopholes in the movies.
Hishe, in particular, has its trademark scenes where every now and then Batman and Superman enjoy a cup of coffee and talk about their daily lives while other superheroes join them with at the time their movies come out. How It Should Have Ended gives us a new perspective at how various movies could have ended solving the plot very easily or in a more convenient manner.
Now How Avenger Infinity War Should Have Ended has been released and gives us the various way in which the events of Infinity War could have been solved easily. Here, have a look:
The first amazing way it gave out involved Doctor Strange and his sling ring portals that were also used in the very beginning of the movie. In the battle at New York where Strange, Tony, Banner, Spidey, and Wong fought Cull Obsidian and Ebony Maw, Obsidian was has beaten by Wong as he transported somewhere in the North Pole, and when he tried to return, Wong closed the Portal on his hand which resulted in chopping off his arm. Strange used the same idea on Thanos and portalled him away while chopping his arm along with the Gauntlet.
In the second way when everyone was trying to hold off Thanos in order to remover the Gauntlet from his hand, Doctor Strange came in and used the time stone to reverse time and turn Thanos into a little purple infant. To prevent killing an Infant Tony took baby Thanos home to Pepper suggesting to adopt him.
The third way suggested by Hishe suggested stopping Star lord from making the grave mistake that he actually did in the movie. Tony asked someone to stop Peter Quill, and Nebula did that. Spidey got the gauntlet out successfully and it landed right on the fist of Nebula who completely obliterated Thanos with the Gauntlet, and then left it.
In the fourth scene Wong entered Wakanda and stopped the big siege even before it began. He opened the mirror dimension and put all the outriders in there. The fifth and the final suggestion given by Hishe was right at the end where Thanos made his final move to stop Thanos. He threw the Storm breaker, and instead of aiming at his head or his heart, he actually chopped off his arm.
Thor then took the Gauntlet, brought Gamora back, and snapped his fingers accidentally. This cause all the villains to get Wiped off the Universe leaving them to call their final hope who turned out to be Deadpool! If you don’t remember, Deadpool has actually killed off all the Marvel heroes once in the comics, so we could easily expect a sequel to this Hishe. This may actually be the best Hishe so far.
Avengers: Infinity War is currently running in the theatres and here’s the official synopsis:
” As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment – the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain”