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12 Epic MCU Background Details Hiding In Plain Sight That’re Worth Pausing The Movie For

The MCU is full of incredible details. Most of them escape attention. but here at FandomWire, we have managed to list out the best of the lot almost everyone missed in MCU movies.

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Doctor Bruce Banner Is Compared With The Likes of Einstein & Tesla

Banner, believe it or not, is one of Marvel’s foremost scientific authorities. Despite what Endgame would have you believe, he is in no way inferior to Tony Stark’s genius. At least they tried to make it look that way in Homecoming.

Ant-Man: Thor’s Bifrost Landing Burn From Age Of Ultron Could Be Seen In The Movie

The Bifrost leaves a permanent burn mark on the ground when transporting anyone from one realm to another. In age of Ultron, Thor landed near the Avengers compound using the Bifrost. In Ant-Man, the burn marks are still there.

Spider-Man: Homecoming: Peter parker is Concerned For Black Widow’s Well-Being

After the events of Civil War, Black Widow ended up making of lot of enemies out of her own friends. Peter Parker, who was Team Iron Man, was worried about her as could be seen in the picture.

Winter Soldier: Tony Stark Is One Of The Targets For Project Insight

One of the targets Hydra had zeroed in on for being taken down was none other than Tony Stark himself as shown in one of the screen panels in the background.

Black Panther: If You Look At Wakandan Ships From Below, They Look Like Black Panther Masks

Pause the movie at exactly 1:43:07 to see what we mean.

Iron Man 2: Nick Fury Was Considering T’Challa For The Avengers Initiative

When Fury was talking about the Avengers, one of the circles on the digital panel hovered above Africa. The location of the circle meant it was indicating Wakanda, the Kingdom of the Black Panther.

Endgame: Ant-Man Brings Hawkeye Orange Slices After The Latter’s Time Travel Experiment

In Civil War, Scott had asked for orange slices after he transformed into Giant-Man. After Clint returns back from his first time travel experiment, Scott Lang has orange slices ready. How considerate and thoughtful of him.

The Dark World: The Rainbow Bridge Has A Scar from The First Thor Movie

In the first Thor movie, Thor breaks the Bifrost so that Loki can’t use it for his own means. In Thor: The dark World, the Bifrost and the bridge are repaired. But if you look closely, the scars are still visible.

Endgame: Doctor Strange Creates A Micro Portal For Wasp

When Strange is calling upon all the heroes, he creates a tiny portal for the Wasp to come through. that’s some really awesome attention to detail.

Iron Man 2: Tony’s Mark 1 Armor Is Labelled A Reconstruction

The Mark I armor was never recovered from the desert wreckage by Stark. So the one you see in his armor gallery is a reconstruction and is labelled as such.

Spider-Man: Homecoming: Peter’s HUD Shows His Heart Rate Jumped When He Was Trying To Imitate Thor

His HUD shows his heart rate jumped from 84 to 93 while he tried to do an impression of Thor the God of Thunder.

Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 1: Thanos Never Checked back On Gamora’s Planet

Thanos ‘saved’ Gamora’s people by destroying half of the Zehoberi race. He never cared to check on his little experiment again since Gamora ended up being the last surviving member of her race. Thanos’ “balance’ theory, based on which he made the Thanos Snap, was flawed. had he returned to check back on Gamora’s people, he would have known.

Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

Bibhu Prasad Panda is a Senior Content Writer at FandomWire. He has always been fascinated with the world of word balloons and text boxes since he was 5. From aspiring to be an engineer to becoming a market research specialist, life's been quite a journey for him. Bibhu now follows his passion as an entertainment journalist/blogger. He's also an Omen main in Valorant. SCATTER!!!!