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The Captain America Scene In Avengers: Endgame That Has MCU Fans Scratching Their Heads

During “Avengers: Endgame,” when the team travels back in time to the events of 2012’s “Avengers” in order to obtain the Mind Stone from Loki’s (Tom Hiddleston) scepter, Steve has a little bit of a run-in with his former self after getting into an elevator with the same entire HYDRA team from “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” This time, instead of fighting his way out, Cap whispers “Hail HYDRA” into Jasper Sitwell’s (Maximiliano Hernández) ear. He is then able to walk out of the elevator unharmed, leaving Sitwell and his team looking stunned.

Some fans on Reddit think that this is rather unbelievable — it shouldn’t be that easy to say “Hail HYDRA” and get out of any situation. Redditor u/kspi7010 was quick to defend it, however, noting that the phrase is something that no non-HYDRA member should know and that HYDRA has really never been a place where you question superiors. Redditor u/sillyadam94 agreed, saying that the entire HYDRA team was probably utterly surprised that Captain America himself was in on the deception of SHIELD. Based on Sitwell and Rumlow’s (Frank Grillo) expressions, this is likely the case.

It’s also possible that this scene is a nod to the Marvel Comics “Secret Empire” run, as pointed out by u/maxim-19, where there actually is a Captain America loyal to HYDRA. Either way, this was an efficient and humorous way for Cap to get out fast with the scepter.

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