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Thanos snap

also known as the Blip, was the moment Thanos snapped his fingers while using the Infinity Gauntlet during the Infinity War and caused the extermination of half of all life in the universe. Wanting to restore balance to the universe, by averting universal resource conflicts due to overpopulation, Thanos embarked on a quest to assemble all six Infinity Stones needed to achieve this goal. In 2018, during the Battle of Wakanda, Thanos activated the completed gauntlet and initiated the Snap, causing a universal genocide which eliminated fifty percent of all life, randomly disintegrating individuals into dust.

is a major fictional event depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) franchise in which half of all living things in the universe, chosen at random, were exterminated by Thanos snapping his fingers while wielding the Infinity Stones in 2018, and then restored in 2023 by Bruce Banner using Infinity Stones recovered from different time periods. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


2018 Loki: In the opening scenes of Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos killed Loki (Tom Hiddleston), promising “no resurrections this time.” (The trickster god has a tendency to “die” only to reveal later he faked his death.) Loki fans shouldn’t fret though: When the Avengers travel back to the Battle of New York in 2012, they encounter a 2012 version of Loki. In that timeline, Loki steals the Tesseract and escapes with it. According to an April announcement, we know now that Tom Hiddleston will reprise his role on an upcoming Disney+ show about Loki. The series will likely follow this 2012 version of the character after he escapes the Avengers. (Source: time.com)

Peggy Carter: Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) died in Captain America: Civil War before Thanos ever snapped his fingers in Infinity War. She remained dead at the end of Endgame, though Steve Rogers traveled back in time to rekindle their romance and grow old with her. (Source: time.com)

Hawkeye/Clint Barton: Hawkeye is back in action — sort of. Clint had gone into retirement during Avengers: Infinity War but became a vigilante warrior after his entire family disappeared during the Snapture. Now that his family is back, he’ll probably return to a relatively peaceful life with them — though he’ll briefly star in a Disney+ television series in which he trains a new Hawkeye and passes on the name to an aspiring hero. (Source: time.com)




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