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Yeah, I’d Pay $10,000 to Watch Steve Rogers Say “Bitch” Again


Steve Rogers/Captain America in Marvel's Avengers: Endgame.

**Spoilers for Avengers: Endgame, which is a movie I haven’t seen yet, but I don’t know. I feel like we should all be warned.**

Fans got quite the treat when they were shown specific clips from the upcoming Avengers: Endgame at this year’s CinemaCon. From Carol Danvers trying to take on Thanos herself (of course Carol Danvers is just like, “I can do it”) to Steve Rogers giving a speech to get everyone ready to go to space, we’re going to be in for quite a treat.

Here’s the thing about Steve’s speech: Steve Rogers has sworn before. When I got excited about the prospect of Steve Rogers saying “son of a bitch,” I was aggressively reminded by my friend that it has already happened in Age of Ultron, a movie I think we all collectively forget exists. Still though, watching as Steve Rogers, who is normally the good guy who isn’t throwing around the F word or anything, say “son of a bitch” about a situation seems like a fun time.

That’s especially because that situation goes back to the loss of his friends. While everyone lost people, it seems as if Steve Rogers maybe lost the most. Not only did he watch as his best friend vanished, but his right-hand man was taken in the Snap too. Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson both fell at the hand of Thanos, and Steve, who already lost so much way back in his very first movie, just had to stand by and watch.

Granted, Steve Rogers is the kind of guy who would want to do something about this situation regardless, but he also has some stakes all of it. Tony Stark has Peter Parker, but Tony Stark gets to come back to earth to Pepper Potts. Steve doesn’t have that. He was just rebuilding his life, and now this?

The rest of the scenes were pretty much confirming what we already knew. The Avengers will try to reverse the effects of Infinity War (possibly, this wasn’t confirmed exactly, but is our running theory) using the Infinity Gauntlet, and when that fails, they will use the Quantum Realm.

Don’t worry, though. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, there are still options! You can spend $10,000 for a ticket to Avengers: EndgameYou know, petty cash, but that’s what happens when a movie is set to make, at least, $200–250 million on opening weekend. And that’s just what is currently projectedAvengers: Endgame can make more than that and break the record set by Avengers: Infinity War.

As we’re getting closer and closer to Endgame’s release, we’re going to continue to learn more about the movie, and maybe I want to know, or maybe I want to go hide in a panic room until I’m sitting in the theater, watching the movie. Either way, this film is probably going to break my brain.

(image: Marvel Entertainment)

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