A popular new fan theory has noticed a common pattern across MCU movies from Iron Man to Avengers Endgame. Have you ever notice how when a legend is mentioned in the films, it’s often based on something real within the universe? Reddit user CinnaSol writes: “This is pretty common speculation in the real world, but I think in the MCU it’s almost a given. Thor is my primary example.”
They continued: “Everything about Asgard and Norse mythology exists in Midgard as legend/mythology.
Even El Dorado is real in the MCU. In Black Panther, Klaue straight up says that Wakanda is what that legend is based off of.
“Since Thor, and El Dorado are real then it only makes sense that other legends/religions are based off of real things too.
“Another example? In Ant-Man and the Wasp, when everyone is discussing Ghost and how her powers work, Kurt compares her to the Baba Yaga of Russian folklore.”
They added: “That’s when I got thinking about this speculation.
“It’s entirely possible the Baba Yaga was a real witch (she could’ve been a sorcerer like Dr. Strange), who managed to control Quantum Phasing with magic.
“In the comics, there are many more direct references from mythologies, so it’s entirely possible that the MCU is similar in that those legends are real in some sense, but have scientific or cosmic explanations.
“If they ever decide to introduce Blade it could be expanded upon even further.”
He told Digital Spy: “I know things, ok? And I feel like audiences are gonna be blown away when this next film comes out.”
He added: “This is an experience for fans that truly never will be matched again in the history of cinema.”
While on Good Morning America he added: “I am a vault of information that would break the internet…everything it promises in the previous movie, it delivers on and so much more.”