One of the more absurd theories about Avengers: Endgame is that Ant-Man will shrink to the size of an insect, fly into the rear end of Thanos, and then return to its normal size. This would kill Thanos in the process, according to the very gross theory. Now, co-director Joe Russo and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson have offered their take on the idea.
Joe Russo told GameSpot's sister site ComicBook.com: "Thanos is incredibly strong. His skin is almost impervious. If it didnt work, it would be really bad. "
Tyson said in his StarTalk Podcast that it does not make sense. That Ant-Man himself would have to fly in Thanos's butt to get the job done if the Avengers wanted to do so this way. Any object large enough could work. Thanos probably has a "powerful, evil poop," Tyson said, staying clear of his back end is probably the best for any human, superhero or not.
"First, that's nasty. Because if Thanos is as powerful and as evil as he is, he's going to have a powerful, evil poop, "Tyson said. "So I would not want to find myself in that environment. Secondly, why not put something else in there that expands? Why it should be your own self? If you just want to go in and expand and kill him, you do not 't have to be the person to do that. Send some other quantum thing there to do it. "
The Avengers have a plan to defeat Thanos, and they are willing to
The Ant-Man actor Paul Rudd himself responded to the theory in the appearance of Jimmy Kimmel Live, but he's all he's doing. The Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26th. The Avengers will probably defeat Thanos by some other means than sending Ant-Man into the The villain's butt, although we will have to wait a little longer to find out how they will go about restoring peace to the galaxy.
GameSpot rec I've seen new footage of Endgame, and you can check out this post to learn about 10 new things we learned.