Fans are examining intrinsically every bit of Infinity War to learn more about what the movie, to know if there are some certain clues to what is yet to come or what happened in the movie. Working on this, a recent fan theory argues that the very first line of the movie had a pretty deeper meaning and this particular line explains all the killing that happened in the movie, I mean, why people died those who died.
To refresh your memory, this was the opening line of the movie, the words are of Thanos, “I know what it’s like to lose. To feel so desperately that you’re right, yet to fail nonetheless. It’s frightening. Turns the legs to jelly. I ask you to what end? Dread it, run from it, destiny arrives all the same. And now, it’s here. Or should I say, I am.”
This theory points out that Thanos clearly thinks of himself as “destiny”. Equating Thanos to destiny, this theory attempts to explain why some characters met their end and why some were sparred by Thanos’ Snappening.
In simple terms, this theory claims that those who perished in the Decimation simply were running/dreading their destiny. And if the opening line form Thanos is any proof, he ( destiny) will come for them. This theory elaborately provides evidence explaining how the characters who perished were either dreading or running from their respective destinies.
This is one long theory. If you have the time, feel free to go through it. It is attached below.
Although I can appreciate how much thought this guy must have put into this theory, I can’t help but call it far-fetched. This theory contradicts the point that was set by Thanos himself in the movie. The killing he does is totally unbiased and random. It doesn’t run on any algorithm or program. Just random.
Any ways, do deliver your thoughts on this theory in the comments section below.
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