The Marvel Cinematic Universe is booming at the box office and entertaining millions of moviegoers, but there are still several plot holes in Marvel movies. In trying to to tie all the films together, Marvel movie plot holes are bound to happen, but some leaps in logic are harder to swallow than others.While many Marvel film plot holes are forgivable, there are some Hulk-sized holes that are too big to overlook. Here is a list of the some of the worst plot holes in Marvel movies. Vote up the narrative issues in Marvel Studios films that actually bug you.
Do The Avengers Know That Agent Coulson Is Alive?
Agent Coulson's death in The Avengers was a pivotal moment for the team to assemble, but now that Coulson is alive, do the Avengers know? Joss Whedon says that the team has been kept in the dark, but how is that possible?Coulson has done missions with Lady Sif, so does she keep that a secret from Thor? After clearing out all of the Hydra agents in SHIELD, how do Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Cap not know about Coulson? It's going to be an awkward moment when the team finally finds out.
Extremis Can Rebuild The Human Body, But Is Never Used Again
In Iron Man 3, the Extremis technology can regrow limbs and heal human tissue from nearly any injury. So why hasn't Tony looked into that? It saves Pepper Potts, for crying out loud!Instead of burying it in the archives, why not perfect it and use it to help heal his allies? Surely a man who can synthesize his own elements could perfect this new breakthrough and use it for the good of all mankind.
Why Doesn't Stark Make A Suit Out Of Vibranium?
In Iron Man 2, Tony Stark discovers a way to synthesize a new element to use in an overhauled arc reactor, replacing the palladium that is poisoning him. This may be vibranium, even though other movie fans claim otherwise.If if Stark made an entirely new element, he still would have the means to access it. Howard Stark found enough to make Captain America's shield and Tony was aware of Ulysses Klaw's smuggling of the stuff from his arms dealing days. So if Tony knows how powerful vibranium is, why doesn't he make at least one indestructible suit out of it?
Does Cap Really Need To Stay On The Plane To Wreck It?
It's brave of Cap to crash the plane that would've destroyed New York in Captain America: The First Avenger, but it's also completely unnecessary for him to stay inside. He knows enough about flying to put the plane into a nosedive, so why not grab a parachute and jump out? Or just jump out since the super-solider serum would likely allow him to survive? Or just turn the plane around until a better solution is found? He'd live a full life in his own time if he would just do a little thinking instead of talking about dancing.