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That secret, of course, came to a head with Tony and Steve&#;s confrontation in Captain America: Civil War, since it turns out that Bucky Barnes (during his dark period as a manipulated and brainwashed enemy agent) was responsible for the deaths of Howard and Maria Stark.

Of course, this contradicts something that Civil War and Endgame co-director Anthony Russo said last year. &#;In our heads he was able to wield it, and he didn’t know that until that moment in Ultron when he tried to pick it up” Russo told the Happy Sad Confused podcast in “But Cap’s sense of character and his sense of humility, sort of out of deference to Thor’s ego, you know Cap in that moment realizing he can move the hammer decides not to.&#;

So, it seems that the directors and writers of Avengers: Endgame can&#;t decide on Steve&#;s relative worthiness in relation to Thor&#;s hammer. Of course, the person who would really be able to answer that question is Joss Whedon, who wrote and directed Avengers: Age of Ultron. He&#;ll have to be the tiebreaker in this one.

&#;Being worthy but pretending not to so as not to hurt his buddy&#;s feelings&#; sure feels like Steve Rogers behavior, though. And it gives Thor&#;s joyful &#;I knew it!&#; in Endgame when he sees Cap holding Mjolnir a little bit more weight.


Captain America was always worthy, he was just being polite to Thor in Avengers Age of Ultron: Kevin Feige

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has said in a Reddit AMA that Steve Rogers, aka Captain America was always worthy, and was just being ‘polite’ to Thor in Avengers: Age of Ultron, when he almost lifted his hammer, Mjolnir.

In the climactic battle of Avengers: Endgame, Captain America shocked audiences by summoning Mjolnir during a fight with Thanos, thereby proving that he is worthy. “Only he who is worthy can life the hammer,” Thor’s father, Odin told him. “I knew it,” he said upon seeing Steve wield the hammer.

This reaction was a direct callback to a scene in Age of Ultron, in which the Avengers attempted to lift Mjolnir one by one. Only Steve managed to make it budge, much to Thor’s concern.


Feige, who conducted an Ask Me (Almost) Anything on Reddit this week, was asked about Steve’s worthiness by a fan. He said, “We think he was always worthy and was being polite in Age of Ultron.”

Endgame co-director Joe Russo had said in a previous interview, “I think everyone who’s a Marvel fan in that moment where Cap tested the hammer, felt deep down in their heart that he was worthy and that he could potentially lift that and boy wouldn’t it be special if one day he did. “And obviously if you create drama around the circumstances of him wielding the hammer and then kicking Thanos’ a$$ for 30 seconds after that, we felt like we could create a riseable moment for the audience.”

The Mjolnir scene in Endgame has been extremely popular among fans. Several of them reacted positively on social media, and shared enthusiastic reactions. Endgame is on its way to breaking Avatar’s all-time box office record, and has made more than $ billion worldwide.

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The Truth Behind Thor's 'I Knew It' Line In Endgame

According to Avengers: Endgame co-writer Stephen McFeely, the Marvel crew knew as early as the summer of that they wanted to have Captain America wield Mjolnir at some point in the film, but they didn't exactly have the logic of the big moment planned out in advance. McFeely told Slashfilm that there were several ways to execute it, with Markus further noting that debate and discussion about the moment heated up around the time Thor: Ragnarok was underway.

"[Ragnarok] establishes that Thor can summon the lightning without the hammer. I think Odin even says, 'It was never the hammer.' And yet Cap summons the lightning with the hammer. You get to those things and you're like, 'It's too awesome not to do it! We'll talk about it later,'" Markus said — though it's been noted by several outlets that Cap summoning lightning while calling upon Mjolnir isn't a plot hole given the enchantment Odin place upon the hammer in 's Thor. Since the wielder of Mjolnir receives the powers of Thor, it's not surprising that Cap can wield lightning as well. 

As fans recall, Captain America attempted to pick up Mjolnir in 's Avengers: Age of Ultron, but only shifted the hammer slightly — much to the relief of Thor, who presumably feared public embarrassment if the Star-Spangled Avenger suddenly started swinging the hammer around. Like Thor's "I knew it!" line in Endgame, Cap's ties to Mjolnir changed over time. 

During an appearance on Josh Horowitz's Happy Sad Confused podcast (via Nerdist), Endgame co-director Anthony Russo explained that Marvel creatives always understood that Captain America was worthy of wielding Mjolnir, and that the character himself realized that during Avengers: Age of Ultron when he and his fellow Avengers were having a Sword in the Stone-style trial to lift the mystical hammer. Being the good guy that he is, Cap actually chose not to pick up Mjolnir, as he didn't want to hurt Thor's pride. 

As Russo tells it, "In our heads he was able to wield it, and he didn't know that until that moment in Ultron when he tried to pick it up. But Cap's sense of character and his sense of humility, sort of out of deference to Thor's ego, you know Cap in that moment realizing he can move the hammer decides not to."

It seems that Avengers: Age of Ultron director Joss Whedon agrees with that idea, as he once told a fan who asked why Cap wasn't worthy: "Did he fail, or did he stop?"

The folks at Collider have posited another theory about Cap and Mjolnir: the hero may have become worthy of wielding the hammer due to the events of Captain America: Civil War. It also seems possible that the loss of a number of his friends and teammates and the fallout from Thanos (Josh Brolin) documented in Infinity War and Endgame could have changed Cap, making him more worthy.

Regardless of when Captain America became worthy, Avengers: Endgame editor Ford said the moment when he picks up the hammer had more impact because it happened late in the Marvel film franchise: "I think seeing that realized is one of the pleasures of a long series like this, where you've really been with these characters for a long time, so when that happens, it's not satisfying unless you buy it, and I buy it."

Just like Thor, the audience was cheering for Captain America in that moment. Not only was he saving Thor from Thanos, who was on the brink of offing the God of Thunder before Cap summoned Mjolnir, but he was also joining an elite group of the worthy — a man among mostly gods. Like Ford said, "Cap is that guy."

Cinema Audience Reaction to Captain America Holding Thor's Hammer Avengers Endgame

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