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If we thought that the Avengers were rid of the Sokovia Accords once and for all, they could actually have serious consequences on the Phase 4 of the MCU.
Among the adaptations that marked the MCU, Captain America Civil War is one of the most decisive films . A choice which can be explained by the determining context that the Russo brothers' feature film had on the creations that followed and that until Avengers: Endgame . However, if one thought that the impact of the third installment of the adventures of Steve Rogers would stop at the end of the Infinity Saga , the Sokovia Accords could still have several consequences on Phase 4 of the MCU . And that starts with the confidence that the public places in superheroes. The most telling example is obviously Spider-Man: Far From Home , the movie with Tom Holland being the direct sequel to Avengers: Endgame . Acting under the control of those believed to be Nick Fury and Maria Hill, Peter Parker remained therefore linked to a government agency. Moreover, it will not take much from J. Jonah Jameson to convince his audience that Spider-Man is a dangerous young man after Mystério's (false) disclosures in the post-credits scene.
Many people are afraid of s uper-heroes and the power they wield. They still believe that masked vigilantes should be more strictly regulated, especially because of the collateral damage created during the final battle of Avengers: Endgame
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