Marvel Admits to Plot Hole Regarding Captain America Using Mjolnir in Avengers: Endgame – IGN Now

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Avengers: Endgame co-writer Christopher Markus has shed some light on what he sees as a plot hole from the film regarding Captain America using Thor’s hammer. Though Steve Rogers is worth enough to use Mjolnir, the Marvel writer points out how they had to break a rule established in Thor: Ragnarok in order to have Cap use a certain power.

Why can Captain America use Mjolnir to fight Thanos in Endgame? We break it down and offer a counterpoint that goes back to the very first Thor movie.

28 thoughts on “Marvel Admits to Plot Hole Regarding Captain America Using Mjolnir in Avengers: Endgame – IGN Now

  1. Not a plot hole.
    Odin does NOT say, "Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Mjolnir!" He says Thor.
    The powers have always been THOR'S, the hammer channels Thor's powers.
    Whether Thor is holding it and someone else, THOR'S powers are channeled through it.

  2. I literally just pointed out on that video that it was completely fan service that Cap used the hammer and used lightening. That was just one if many plot holes. End Game was mediocre.

  3. The only thing I don't understand is why Cap wasn't worthy prior to the events of Endgame, like the party scene in Age of Ultron.
    My guess is there can be only one Thor, but I didn't direct the movie, so.

  4. Maybe Odin was telling Thor that because he was born with those abilities which is why he needs the hammer but just how didn't know how to use them correctly, but the hammer itself has those abilities naturally.

  5. Look not only does the hammer say for whoever holds this hammer if he be worthy shall posses the power thor but it also channels Thor's powers. To help him focus so therefore cap would be able to summon lighting because as mentioned before the hammer helps Thor channel his energy. To help him focus. It makes sense.
    Now let's talk about the more important plot holes ok


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