If you thought Natasha Romanoff’s death in Avengers: Endgame was sad already, think again. A Marvel fan has spotted a heartbreaking detail in the film, which you may or may not have missed.
The fan noted that the scene in which the Avengers discuss Natasha’s death, each of them represents the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
The fan explains that when Thor says, “Why are we acting like she’s dead? We have the stones right? As long as we have the stones we can bring her back, right? So stop this sh*t! We’re the Avengers; get it together!” represents denial, the first stage. When Hulk flings a bench across the lake it represents anger. When Steve Rogers promises that Natasha’s sacrifice will be worth it, it represents bargaining.
Tony Stark, barely able to speak, internalising his emotions represents depression, and Clint Barton, the one who saw her die, represent acceptance when he says, “We can’t get her back. It can’t be undone. It can’t…. Look, I know that I’m way outside my pay grade here. But she still isn’t here, is she? It can’t be undone. Or at least that’s what the red, floating guy had to say!”
Fans appreciated the spot. “I never noticed it. No wonder the scene worked so well,” one person wrote in the replies. “This is beautiful. Kudos!” wrote another.
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