Avengers: Endgame – How “Ant-Man-in-Thanos-Butt” Theory Could Be Made to Work

Avengers: Endgame will be about avenging the fallen, and defeating Thanos, whatever it takes. Keeping that thought in mind, a new theory has gotten very popular amongst the fans as they actively want to see the “Ant-Man-in-Thanos-Butt” theory come to life on the big screen. Well, as funny and gross it might be, we know that we’d never actually see it happen the way people want it to. Here’s a glimpse of what people actually wanna see:

There you go. This is the most you’re going to get asking for Avengers: Endgame to show Ant-Man enter the “Thanus!” Let’s just call it the Thanus theory from here on. As you’ve seen in the video above, this theory is too graphic to come to life. This is a Disney movie for God’s sake. You’re not playing Mortal Combat or watching Deadpool for that matter. Josh Brolin gave an epic reaction to this, which is worth mentioning. Take a look:

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While it is impossible for us to get this scene, is there a way the Russos could have actually pulled it off? Well, Reddit user blessedbyThanos suggests that there is a way to manifest this theory without actually paying it off in the most literal and graphic way. Here’s what he wrote in his post:

Avengers: Endgame Ant-Man in Thanos Butt

“In Ant-Man and the Wasp we are left with Scott Lang stuck in the quantum realm with seemingly no way out. However, according to the trailers for Avengers: Endgame, it is clear that he returns to the real world and meets up with the Avengers at some point. No one is sure exactly how this will transpire, although it most likely involves some sort of portal. Janet van Dyne hints at a “time vortex” in the post credit scene, but regardless it is fair to classify this mode of transport as a portal.

Avengers: Endgame Ant-Man in Thanos Butt

We have seen an important portal in the MCU before. In Thor: Ragnarok we witness Bruce Banner, Loki, Thor, and Valkyrie escape Sakar through a wormhole/portal known as the “Devil’s Anus.”

Avengers: Endgame Ant-Man in Thanos Butt

I posit that when Scott Lang informs the Avengers of how he escapes the quantum realm via portal, Thor will be inspired by the Devil’s Anus and nickname the quantum realm portal “Thanos’s Asshole.” This is where a certain theory that Ant-Man will defeat Thanos by shrinking and expanding through his asshole might actually manifest itself. Ant-Man is extremely tiny in the quantum realm and he will definitely need to expand to normal size when he travels back to the real world. The portal he expands through will be named “Thanos’ Asshole,” thus Ant-Man effectively expands through “Thanos’ Asshole” in order to stop him.”

Avengers: Endgame Ant-Man in Thanos Butt

That is actually a pretty cool way to make the Thanus theory happen on screen. We won’t see the gross violence that this scene brings, but it can be put in as a fun Easter Egg for people to actually enjoy what they wanted. Paul Rudd was actually surprised by the possibilities this theory could achieve:

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It’s really funny that people actually want this to happen. Apparently, they are actually running a petition for the Russos to find a way and add this into the film. This is what the Petition Reads:

“Request for Marvel to make Ant Man get into Thanos’ ass. All the problems caused by Thanos in Avengers lately can be solved with, simply, Ant-Man entering Thanos’ ass in his small form, and inside, increasing in size to kill Thanos. But Marvel does not do that.”

Avengers: Endgame Ant-Man in Thanos Butt

Directed by Joe & Anthony Russo Avengers: Endgame comes out on April 26. Here’s the official synopsis:

“After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.”

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