When Doctor Strange, who is played by the actor, Benedict Cumberbatch had seen more than 14 million futures in the film, Avengers: Infinity War, this created a whole lot of opportunities for all the fans to try and speculate how the Avengers and the Guardians would defeat Thanos and restore reality back to normal.
One of the Marvel fans theories has been earning a whole lot of attention of late, and it might actually carry a bit of clout with it. This theory was shared to Reddit by /u/Smegsaiahh, and this new theory suggests that Doctor Strange ensured to pay a lot more attention to the time when he had given the Time Stone to the Mad Titan.
While many of the fan theories like the one about Star-Lord losing his cool and then beating Thanos think that the team had to perform in certain manner for the future of victory to play out, this new theory suggests that it is the time that is actually more crucial than the actions themselves.
The theory suggests that when Scott Lang, aka Ant-man had entered the Quantum Realm during the post-credits scene of the movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp, the odds that the Man Titan’s snap had occurred during these last few seconds that Lang had been in a separate dimension is unbelievable, and so, the theory has suggested that Doctor Strange was holding off the purple cosmic villain just so that the Decimation would occur after Scott Lang stepped into the Quantum Realm.
Even though the theorist does not get into detail as to why exactly Doctor Strange had to wait until Ant-man entered the Quantum Realm, well, the options are super endless. These fans had seen the Quantum Realm in the Ant-Man movies, and it is very clear that time and space moves pretty differently where Scott Lang is now trapped. It is now pretty clear that Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) has been affected by the space. Since all the Marvel fans know that Scott Lang will leave from the Quantum Realm, the dimension may play a huge role in defeating Thanos.
Avengers: Endgame will release on April 26, 2019.