Since They Killed Two Thanos (Thanoses?)
Killed Thanos in two different timelines, wouldn't this leave a big gaping hole (hehe) in that other timeline? Like a vacuum of power
Meaning that Thanos, one of the strongest beings in the universe, has been killed off many years before he was meant to. And since he went around from planet to planet committing genocide, wouldn't this drastically change the history of this other timeline?
I ask because I read an article from comic book news site written way back in October that correctly guessed many elements of the story, making me think that they had to have gotten their hands on either an old draft, or (more likely) a fake draft concocted by the Russos to throw would-be leakers off
It correctly guessed the name Endgame. It included Ant-Man coming back with the time-travel idea. It described the Avengers traveling through many time periods to gather the Infinity Stones. It detailed the final battle between Thanos's army and all the Avengers. It described Hulk becoming Professor Hulk and him hurting his arm after using the Infinity Gauntlet, it described Captain Marvel not doing much in the movie
It has a lot of details that would be difficult to guess unless you had some inside knowledge, but it also has LOTS of incorrect details, which is why I assume this theory came from a fake script. The interesting thing about this fake script is that the finale actually involves the character Eternity and has the Avengers fighting Kang the Conqueror
If the writers cooked up a fake script including Kang, then it at least shows that the character is being considered for usage. And it's very logical to include this character now that time-travel was introduced into the MCU
If I had to guess, Kang will be the villain in the next Avengers movie. More as an Ultron one-off type villain than a megavillain like Thanos