WARNING: This post is filled with major spoilers for “Avengers: Infinity War.” If you have not seen the movie, read at your own risk. You’ve been warned.
“Avengers: Infinity War” is a lot to take in. We’re still processing what happened because we honestly can’t believe what we watched.
By the end of “Infinity War,” a lot of heroes die, or disappear when Thanos snaps his fingers and gets rid of half the universe’s population. While so many are gone, there are also characters whose fates were left up in the air.
We collected a list of 15 MCU characters whose fates we’re unsure about after “Infinity War”:
Clint Barton (Hawkeye)
Last seen: “Captain America: Civil War”
Hawkeye opposed the superhuman registration introduced in “Captain America: Civil War,” which essentially made him a fugitive. In “Infinity War,” Black Widow mentions that Hawkeye and Scott Lang/Ant-Man took a deal with the government to be on “house arrest” because being on the run from the law was too hard on their families (in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” it’s revealed that Hawkeye has a family that he’s kept secret). Will we see poor Hawkeye again, the most forgotten member of the original Avengers team? All the other original members survived the Thanos snap, so we’re guessing he did.
Scott Lang (Ant-Man)
Last seen: “Captain America: Civil War” (2016)
Lang helped out Team Cap in “Civil War,” and was in underwater prison for a bit. As mentioned, he and Hawkeye took a deal to be on “house arrest.” Like Hawkeye, he isn’t in “Infinity War” in any capacity, so we don’t know if he’s dust or not. Our instinct is pointing to “no,” because at least a few more people need to be around to help everyone who’s left.
Hope van Dyne (The Wasp)
Last seen: “Ant-Man” (2015)
“Ant-Man and The Wasp” apparently takes place after “Civil War” but before “Infinity War,” so it won’t give us any insight into if she survives the massacre or not.
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