The Marvels Director Blames Captain America For Infinity War Loss

Nia DaCosta explains her previous comments about blaming Cap.

Nia DaCosta explains her previous comments about blaming Cap.

The Marvels Director Blames Captain America For Infinity War Loss

The Marvels director Nia DaCosta sure knows how to stir up the pot as she blames Captain America for The Avengers losing in Infinity War.

Fans are currently debating her comments on social media, Reddit, and various sites.

Infinity War saw Thanos the victor who destroyed half of the universe with the snap of a finger. However, the question has often come up, could The Avengers have stopped him?

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Who to blame for The Avengers losing in Infinity War?

You could blame Doctor Strange who had possession of the Time Stone which enabled Thanos to go back in time to retrieve the Mind Stone following the Scarlet Witch destroying Vision. However, Strange said he saw only one outcome where The Avengers would be the victor so we have to assume the outcome that played out in Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame was the right one.

Or how about blaming Tony Stark and Bruce Banner for creating Vision in the first place? Maybe without Ultron and Vision, the Mind Stone would have never found a host and The Avengers would have never been forced to choose the Mind Stone or their friend.

Blame Star-Lord? If not for Star-Lord’s reaction to finding out about Gamora, they may have removed the Gauntlet and stopped everything before it happened.

Thor could easily blamed as well, as you always go for the head.

Of course, how about blaming Thanos? He’s the bad guy, right?

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What did Nia DaCosta say?

According to Nia DanCosta, Captain America is to blame for The Avengers losing Infinity War.

Phase Zero on YouTube questioned DaCosta about previously blaming Captain America.

“I can’t remember when or why I said that [laughs]. So, here’s the thing, the reason why it’s his fault is the reason why he’s such an amazing hero, because he’s like, ‘We’re not gonna sacrifice anyone. There always has to be another way.’ He was incorrect,” she explains. 

DaCosta continues, “But then also, he was right in the end, because everything was fine. We did lose some people that we care about, but it is his fault, because he should’ve just ripped that thing out of his homie’s head from the beginning.”

DaCosta adds, “But then, again, that’s what makes him such a good character, and I think some of the amazing success of that first part of the MCU was those characters were so true to themselves, and they made sense. All of the decisions that they made, even if you didn’t agree with them, they made perfect sense to who they were. So, even though I blame him, I understand him.”

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