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10 Best Heist Movies Ever Made, Ranked | ScreenRant

An episode from the latest season of Rick and Morty hysterically lampooned the tropes and conventions of heist movies. And the show hit the nail so perfectly on the head that it might now seem difficult to take heist movies seriously. To be fair, most of them follow a rigid, predictable formula and end up becoming boring slogs.

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But there are plenty of terrific entries in this genre. Some directors have used the formulaic setup to focus on creating memorable characters and providing unexpected plot twists and rug-pull endings. So, here are the 10 greatest heist movies of all time, ranked.

10 Killing Them Softly (2012)

In Andrew Dominik’s bleak, gritty, ultraviolent take on American crime films, three guys rob a mafia poker game. The heist turns out to be just the beginning, as the mob ruthlessly hunts down the men who stole their money. Killing Them Softly stars Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini, and Ray Liotta, each giving stellar, subdued performances that suit Dominik’s grounded filmmaking style.

Liotta plays the mob boss — in a fun nod to his unforgettable turn as gangster Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas — and Pitt plays the relentless enforcer that he hires to track down the guys who robbed the collective winnings from his gang’s card game.

9 Ocean’s Eleven (2001)

Steven Soderbergh’s remake of the Rat Pack’s run-of-the-mill 1960 heist film of the same title is the first name in modern heist movies. It set the template for 21st century takes on the genre.

The plot is a little predictable and relies on convention, but the cast is incredible: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Bernie Mac, Julia Roberts, Elliott Gould, Casey Affleck, Don Cheadle, Andy Garcia, Carl Reiner — the list of Hollywood legends goes on.

8 A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

Unusually funny for a heist movie, A Fish Called Wanda is a timeless classic. Thanks to an intelligent script written by Monty Python’s John Cleese – who also stars in the film — A Fish Called Wanda is a rare Hollywood comedy that has both laugh-out-loud moments and an engaging plot.

Cleese is great in the lead role, but Jamie Lee Curtis and an Oscar-winning Kevin Kline are the true standouts in the cast.

7 Inside Man (2006)

Perhaps Spike Lee’s most mainstream film, Inside Man stars Denzel Washington as a cop trying to contain a bank heist from the outside and Clive Owen as the criminal mastermind on the inside.

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Intercut with the cops interviewing the hostages after the fact, Inside Man is a briskly paced cat-and-mouse thriller with some shocking twists and turns. It’s not 100% believable, but when a movie is this entertaining, that doesn’t really matter.

6 The Killing (1956)

Helmed by the great Stanley Kubrick on a shoestring budget, The Killing follows a career criminal who assembles a crew to pull off one last job before going straight. However, when one of the guys he’s recruited tells his wife about the scheme, she hatches a counter-plot of her own.

It wasn’t appreciated in its own time, but The Killing has come to be lauded as one of the greatest film noirs ever made. Kubrick’s command of the filmmaking craft deftly carries the complex plot across the movie’s sleek 85-minute runtime.

5 The Town (2010)

Adapted from the Chuck Hogan novel Prince of Thieves, The Town was Ben Affleck’s sophomore effort as a director. He stars alongside such greats as Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm, and Jeremy Renner in the tale of a career criminal who falls for the manager of a bank he once robbed while an FBI agent hunts him down.

It’s cheesy to say that a city is a character in a movie, but in The Town, Boston really does feel like a character. Affleck loves his native city, and knows how to depict it on the big screen like Martin Scorsese does with New York.

4 The Sting (1973)

Re-pairing the dynamic on-screen duo of Paul Newman and Robert Redford, The Sting tells the story of a couple of con artists who pull a series of elaborate cons. The main con in the movie is their plot to rob a mob boss, played by Jaws’ Robert Shaw.

With its anachronistic use of ragtime music and old-fashioned title cards, The Sting has a style entirely of its own, and it’s a delightfully breezy yet twisty caper.

3 Reservoir Dogs (1992)

The smartest thing about Quentin Tarantino’s directorial debut Reservoir Dogs is that it succeeds as a heist movie without even showing the heist. This was primarily due to budgetary restrictions, but Tarantino used those limitations creatively. In this story, the focus isn’t on the heist itself; it’s on the characters carrying out the heist.

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When a jewelry store robbery goes wrong and it becomes apparent that one of the robbers is an undercover cop, the characters all turn on each other, and it becomes a father-son story as Mr. White (Harvey Keitel) sticks up for young Mr. Orange (Tim Roth), who’s bleeding out from a gunshot wound.

2 Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

A classic of anti-establishment cinema, Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon is a fictionalized dramatization of a bank robbery carried out by a guy and his friend to pay for his lover to get gender confirmation surgery.

The Godfather co-stars Al Pacino and John Cazale reunited to play the two bank robbers. They draw on the characters’ panicked state brilliantly as the situation slowly escalates and their hostages become endeared to them.

1 Heat (1995)

For Robert De Niro and Al Pacino’s first on-screen appearance together, Michael Mann wrote and directed a visceral crime thriller worthy of their mighty talent clashing on the big screen at last. De Niro plays a notorious bank robber and Pacino plays the intense, coke-snorting (although his drug use is off-screen; that’s just how Pacino played him) detective on his trail.

Heat is more action-packed than the average heist movie, with one shootout in particular shining as one of the most breathtaking action set pieces ever put on film.

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2020-02-28 01:02:19

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The Winner Of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 4’s Halloween Heist

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 2 episode 4 saw another Halloween heist commence – here’s the surprise winner. Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuted on Fox in 2013 and focused on the dysfunctional officers of the titular precinct. The show started as something of a star vehicle for Andy Samberg but it quickly became more of an ensemble. The focus of the first season was Samberg’s talented but childish Jake Peralta trying to gain the respect of stern new Captain Holt.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine features a talented cast of comic performers, including Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio and Terry Crews (The Expendables). The series has built a steady fanbase over the years, but almost came to a premature end when it was cancelled following season 5. Thankfully, NBC rescued it after an audience outcry and gave season 6 a greenlight. In addition to being a solid sitcom, Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn’t afraid to get a little emotional from time to time when it focuses on the personal lives of its characters.

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An annual tradition on Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the Halloween episode, which pits the team against one another in a daring heist. Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 2 episode 4 is “Halloween II,” where Jake – the winner of the first season’s heist – must steal Captain Holt’s watch. If he wins, Holt must do all his paperwork but if the Captain wins, Jake must work overtime without pay for five weeks. Jake’s plan starts out well with a hired pickpocket easily taking Holt’s watch without him noticing, but things become complicated when the thief runs off with the watch instead. Jake and Boyle eventually find and pay him for the watch’s location, only to be told it’s in Jake’s car – which is then towed.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 2 episode 4 then follows Jake and Boyle on a madcap dash to the impound lot, though Boyle gets lost along the way. Sadly for Jake, he also lost his badge so he can’t get into the lot and is arrested when he tries to sneak in. That’s when “Halloween II” pulls the rug out from Jake, revealing Holt has been planning his revenge for a year and everything that happened was down to him. The watch never actually left Holt’s wrist and the entire precinct was in on his scheme – though Boyle was taken by Terry during the journey to the impound in case he spilled the beans to Jake.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 2 episode 4 “Halloween II” ends with Holt celebrating his victory at the bar, while Jake concedes and accepts he has five weeks of unpaid overtime ahead. In addition to being one of the most entertaining of the Halloween heist episodes, “Halloween II” also solidified the slowly evolving friendship between Jake and Holt – and that the latter is an “amazing police captain/genius.”

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2020-01-22 01:01:03

Padraig Cotter

Borderlands 3: Find the Legendary Lucky 7 Pistol in Moxxi’s Heist DLC

Borderlands 3 is filled to the brim with crazy weapons littered everywhere. Over 160 different legendary guns and bombs are ripe for the taking from the planets that inhabit the base game. With the recent release of Moxxi’s Heist of The Handsome Jack DLC, Gearbox Entertainment has added in 18 more legendary weapons. One of these new additions is the Lucky 7 pistol. This gun seems like a simple pistol at first glance but holds a secret perk that can be devastating for the people of Pandora and beyond.

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The Lucky 7 pistol holds a secret slot machine inside of it. Every time you reload, the gun will randomly assign a special perk to the gun. As with most legendary weapons, there are multiple ways to find the pistol. This guide will give you the tips needed to maximize your chances of obtaining one of the most random and fun pistols of the entire series.

Luckily, the Lucky 7 legendary pistol is mixed in with the rest of the legendary drops inside of Moxxi’s Heist of The Handsome Jack DLC. So there is always a chance that the gun will randomly spawn in any loot box or from a downed enemy. To really guarantee this pistol though you’ll need to head over to Scraptrap Prime, a boss during the One Man’s Treasure mission. Scraptrap has the highest percentage to drop the Lucky 7.

Defeating Scraptrap is pretty straight forward, there’s nothing special to him. Keep yourself at a distance and unload on him. Once defeated, he will rain down his loot with a high percentage to get the Lucky 7 pistol. If the gun wasn’t dropped then simply let his little claptraps kill you. The reload will not only respawn Scraptrap Prime but his original loot drop will also be all over the ground, this creates a great farming spot in-game for a fairly easy boss.

Overall, the Lucky 7 pistol isn’t anything to write home about. Its stats are pretty much on par with any other basic pistol. There will always be a bonus to critical hit damage and other perks can be randomly added. Where the pistol proves to be different is in it’s “O Fortuna” perk. This perk will spin a small slot machine on the side of the gun every time you reload. Whatever the reels land on will be an extra bonus to the gun itself. The best part is that the perks can stack, eventually creating a legendary pistol that will devastate any enemy in the way.

The randomized slot machine is easy enough to grasp once you know what each reel does. Here’s a breakdown of the possible outcomes for each reload:

  • Crosshair: All shots in the magazine deal critical hits regardless of aim, piercing the enemy and ricochets.
  • Bullets: The weapon is fired in full-automatic mode with an increased fire rate.
  • Fire: All shots in the magazine deal elemental damage.
  • Mushroom Cloud: All shots fire explosive rounds with a blast radius.
  • Number 7: The gun fires seven projectiles in the shape of a 7.

There is always a possibility of multiple outcomes stacking and creating a crazy version of the Lucky 7 Pistol. There is also a chance of nothing at all happening, which makes the gun just a random, fun pistol to play with. Now head out into the world with your new Lucky 7 pistol and give Handsome Jack a run for his money.

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Borderlands 3 is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

2020-01-07 02:01:26

William Cennamo

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Rick & Morty: All 25 Heist Twists From Season 4, Episode 3

The latest episode of Rick and Morty season 4, “One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty,” takes aim at the heist movie genre with an escalating series of twists, double-twists, reveals and ridiculous plot contrivances – culminating in an ultimate twist at the end of the episode. While attempting a tomb-raiding expedition on an alien planet, Rick and Morty discover that they’ve been beaten to the prize by professional heist organizer Miles Knightly.

A furious Rick drags Morty along to Heist Con, a convention organized by Knightly himself, to get revenge – but beating Knightly means that Rick will have to take part in the hated heist genre himself. The situation escalates until a robot called Heistatron, designed by Rick to put together heists using an algorithm, goes rogue and starts pulling off heists on entire planets.

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In an elaborate parody of movies like Ocean’s Eleven and The Italian Job, Rick and Morty breaks down the heist genre into its tropes: the hiring of a crew of misfits; one or more of the misfits pulling a double cross; the dramatic reveal that the actual heist has already taken place; and the antagonists’ plan turning out to be part of the heist crew’s plan all along. It quickly becomes difficult to keep track of all the twists along the way, so here’s a summary of every twist in “One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty.”

  • The gem that Rick and Morty are looking for has already been stolen by Miles Knightly.
  • Angie Flint, Glaar and Truckula double-cross Rick and join Knightly’s Eight.
  • Miles Knightly already heisted the crystal skull before issuing the challenge to Rick.
  • …Except he didn’t, because Rick used Heistatron to get ahead of Miles.
  • Everyone at Heist Con has already been recruited to Heistatron’s crew.
  • Heistatron double-crosses Rick and orders its crew to heist Heist Con.
  • Professor Poopybutthole’s students are actually would-be assassins.
  • Heistatron already heisted Earth while Rick was putting together a plan.
  • Rick arriving at Heistatron’s base was part of Heistatron’s plan.
  • Heistatron planning for Rick to arrive at Heistatron’s base was part of Rick’s plan.
  • When Rick invented Heistatron and Randotron, he swapped their brains.
  • Heistatron and Randotron switched places after having their brains swapped.
  • Rick had already swapped Heistatron and Randotron’s labels before swapping their brains.
  • Heistatron’s brain is programmed to explode at six levels of contrivance.
  • Heistatron had prevously planted a Heistatron chip in Randotron’s brain.
  • Randotron used its “random” plan as a way to bring Rick’s whole crew in.
  • Rick programmed Randotron to explode after nine reveals.
  • Randotron programmed Rick’s brain beforehand using its nanobots.
  • …But Rick is immune to nanobots.
  • …But Rick is only immune to the nanobots he designed, not Randotron’s.
  • …But Rick also programmed Randotron to design ineffective nanobots.
  • …But Rick only believed they were ineffective because Randotron’s nanobots programmed him to.
  • …But Randotron only believes this because Rick programmed him to.
  • All of these things were part of both Rick and Randotron’s plans all along.

So far all of this is easy to follow, but where things get really mind-blowing is in the final twist of “One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty.” As Randotron’s base starts to collapse, Morty realizes that he has to get to a meeting to pitch his heist movie to Netflix. Rick seems to be uncharacteristically supportive, but when Morty actually starts to pitch his idea, the true Machiavellian nature of Rick’s plan reveals itself. Morty is unable to explain the idea for his heist movie with any real enthusiasm, because his last adventure has deconstructed the heist genre so thoroughly that its tropes now seem hollow and silly. As a Netflix exec comments, Morty’s enthusiasm for heist movies has been stolen from him without him even realizing.

What this means is that the entire adventure – including the attempted tomb raid, the trip to Heist Con, and everything Heistatron and Randotron did – was all part of a much bigger heist planned by Rick to sabotage Morty’s heist movie. Yes, Rick allowed Heistatron to destroy an entire planet and everyone on it just to pull off his heist, so that Morty wouldn’t become happy and successful, but would instead resign himself to a future of endless adventures. Rick Sanchez, you son of a bitch.

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2019-11-25 03:11:51

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Rainbow Six Siege Money Heist Crossover Begins This Weekend

Ubisoft has announced an upcoming multiplayer event for Rainbow Six Siege, and it will be based on the lauded Netflix series Money Heist. Limited-time events are a fairly new idea for Siege, and this will be the first one to feature a crossover with another property.

Ubisoft started adding special events to the game as part of Year 4 of Rainbow Six Siege. There have only been a handful of them so far, with the most recent one being the Halloween-themed event Doktor’s Curse. Another example was the Wild West-style Showdown, and each event has offered new cosmetics as well as unique versions of game modes and maps. For those unaware of the source of this latest event, Money Heist is a Spanish crime drama show that started broadcasting on Netflix in 2017 and involves a coordinated group of thieves robbing the Royal Mint of Spain. Its original title was La casa de papel (“The House of Paper”) when it was first airing in Spain, and the show was widely acclaimed for its intelligent plot and its host of complex and conflicting characters. Netflix is currently airing the third season and is looking to promote it, and it seems Ubisoft is willing to share its audience.

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In a press release today, Ubisoft revealed that it will be holding the Money Heist event in Rainbow Six Siege between November 20 and November 25. The event will feature a new take on the Hostage game mode, and will be set on the map Bank. Hostages in this mode will be dressed in the “infamous red suit and iconic mask worn by the robbers and their captives in Money Heist.” Two of the game’s playable operators, Vigil and Hibana, will also be getting red jumpsuits and masks.

The press release states that eight special cosmetic items will be available during the event, including uniforms, headgear, weapon skins and charms. The bundles will be exclusive to the event and are purchased with R6 Credits. The game will also be getting yet another free weekend on all platforms, allowing anyone to download and play the event. The full game will also be on deep discount once again during the event, depending on the platform and edition.

Rainbow Six Siege has built and maintained a large and fiercely dedicated player base for a few years now. However, that growth seems to have evened out after the earlier boom of players who funneled into the game once its competitive potential was realized. Ubisoft has been trying to draw more people into Siege with frequent sales and free weekends, but using this event to appeal to heist fans in both the video game and television crowds could be its most effective strategy yet.

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Rainbow Six Siege‘s Money Heist event begins November 20 and will last until November 25.

2019-11-19 01:11:55

Connor Trinske

Every Brooklyn Nine-Nine Halloween Heist Episode, Ranked

When Brooklyn Nine-Nine aired their very first Halloween-themed episode in season 1, they unknowingly started a great trend and tradition that would be repeated every season due to the extremely positive response it received from the dedicated fanbase.

This quirky police sitcom is unique for many reasons, and one of them is the fact that they take their holiday episodes very seriously. Including the Halloween specials, Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs multiple other holiday-themed episodes every season, and everyone loves them for it.

The chemistry and lovable dynamics between the Nine-Nine gang mean that the writers of this sitcom are given lots of room to get creative with the misadventures their characters embark on in every episode. The Halloween Heists had a humble start in season 1, but the episode format became more popular than anyone initially imagined it would, and now the show is pretty much obligated to stick to the tradition.

Jake started the Halloween Heists as a way to try to get Holt to loosen up a little and have some fun. This worked and also brought out the captain’s competitive side. Throughout the seasons, all the other characters have joined in on these extremely fun, entertaining, sometimes even mindbending heists.

Let’s take a closer look at every Halloween Heist from each of Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s seasons.


The Halloween Heist from Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s fourth season is actually regarded as the worst one. The episode wasn’t really bad, but it seemed to fall short of the ones that preceded it. Every heist is iconic, but this one tended to feel a little lackluster to the fun that was had in the past. In Halloween IV, the detectives vie for the title of Ultimate Human Slash Genius, and things get intense pretty quickly.

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This episode is full of signature Brooklyn Nine-Nine silliness, and a complete unabashed wackiness that only this show can pull off. Beginning with Jake almost killing Scully with an airhorn and ending with Gina ultimately winning the much fought-for title, this episode proves that even a “bad” episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is still super fun to watch.


Cinco de Mayo is the most recent Halloween Heist to take place at the precinct, and it’s also the only episode of its kind to be named something other than “Halloween”. Overall, Cinco de Mayo was a great episode, but due to the fact that it felt a little different than the past Heist episodes, it’s not many fans favorite Halloween special.

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This season 6 episode primarily focuses on Terry’s upcoming lieutenant’s exam and his fears surrounding this big milestone. This is an important plot, of course, so it kind of took away from the usual light-hearted fun that the Halloween Heists typically provide. Still iconic, though.


Halloween III was an action-packed, completely fun thrill-ride. Since it takes place in season 3, Holt and Jake are the main players, which allows some other characters to sneak up on them and join in the Heist fun. Like every Halloween episode, Halloween III provides all the insane tricks and hilarious gags that make audiences love this tradition so much.

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Jake and Holt split the squad into two teams, and everyone is dragged into the fun, even unwillingly. Halloween III primarily follows one main plot, and it does this so well. This show can have one focus for an entire episode and nail it completely.


In season 2, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was still finding its footing and developing its main characters. Relationships were forming and dynamics were being fleshed out, and since everything was still so new, the success of Halloween 2 is pretty impressive. Brooklyn Nine-Nine has always been somewhat of an underrated gem, and this was particularly true in the early seasons. In season 2, this series still had a whole lot to prove.

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Halloween 2 revolves around the second annual Nine-Nine Halloween Heist. At this stage, the Heist was still portrayed as an intense bet between Holt and Jake that gets taken to new, crazy extremes. This Halloween episode covered a lot of new ground and worked to further flesh out Jake and Holt’s dynamic. As the two vie for the title and Jake insists that he can steal Holt’s watch by midnight, we are also treated to some fun with Gina and her dance group, Floorgasm.


The very first episode to spark the trend of the beloved Halloween Heists will forever be iconic. It was definitely the most simple episode, as it begins with Jake attempting to prank Holt by taking his Medal of Valor from his office. Holt is the unwilling participant in Jake’s typical antics.

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This episode’s plot was Jake betting the rest of the precinct that he could steal Holt’s Medal. He eventually recruits everyone to help him, and once Jake is the ultimate winner, Holt’s competitive side is revealed and the later episodes slowly morphed this elaborate prank into an all-out heist.


The fifth Halloween episode will forever be iconic and will always hold a very special place in fans’ hearts. This was no ordinary Heist, as Jake put a beautiful spin on it. The episode is chock-full of fun twists and turns and absolutely hilarious moments, but it’s also one of the most emotional episodes of the series.

This episode was pretty close to perfection, from Jake making a bunch of Handmaid’s Tale cosplayers infiltrate the precinct to Amy being the ultimate winner. When she finds the object everyone is searching for – a cummerbund – Jake encourages Amy to read the inscription, which says, “Amy Santiago, will you marry me?” This episode is undoubtedly one of Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s best, and it is definitely a tearjerking experience.

NEXT: Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Jake Peralta’s 10 Best Undercover Identities

2019-09-04 03:09:11

Savannah Di Leo

Avengers: Endgame’s Time Heist Almost Visited 2009 – But Why?

The Avengers considered visiting 2009 as part of their “Time Heist” in Avengers: Endgame – but why? As the climax of the MCU’s first three phases, Avengers: Endgame used time travel to allow the surviving Avengers to revisit their past adventures in order to acquire all six Infinity Stones.

In the end, the Avengers settled for three time periods, which they visited in three separate teams. Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Ant-Man took advantage of the fact three Infinity Stones were in New York in 2012 during the Battle of New York; Thor and Rocket went to Asgard to retrieve the Aether in 2013; and Hawkeye, Nebula, Gamora, and War Machine went to 2014 to pick up the Power Stone on Morag and the Soul Stone on Vormir.

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Surprisingly, though, it looks as though the Avengers also considered visiting 2009. In one scene, 2014’s Nebula heads back to the time platform in order to betray the team and bring Thanos to the present. It’s difficult to spot, but the screen shows other time-periods the Avengers were considering. One of them is November 2009.

The Avengers carefully chose what times to visit based upon the ease with which they could access an Infinity Stone. That clearly means that something must have happened in 2009 that involves an Infinity Stone. At that time, the Reality Stone was still hidden in the ancient vault constructed by Thor’s grandfather, Bor; the Power Stone was inaccessible, with the Temple of the Power Stone on Morag submerged until the tides receded in 2014; Thanos still had possession of the Mind Stone, and the Soul Stone was secreted on Vormir, which could’ve been picked up at any point. This can only be connected to the Tesseract then.

The question is a simple one: What happened to the Tesseract in 2009? It’s known to have been in SHIELD’s possession since 1995, when Goose coughed it up on Nick Fury’s desk in Captain Marvel‘s post-credits scene. According to tie-in comics, such as Fury’s Big Week, Fury himself refused to devote resources to researching the Tesseract. It’s possible that he believed its powers were too great, and was wary of drawing another alien invasion after the events of Captain Marvel. Whatever the reason, though, Fury shelved the Tesseract project for some time. It wasn’t until the late 2000s that the World Security Council began to pressure Fury into focusing his attention on the Tesseract once more. The arrival of Asgardians on Earth in Thor persuaded Fury he had to change his priorities, and he swiftly recruited Erik Selvig to work on the Tesseract as part of a reactivated Project PEGASUS.

It’s possible, then, that the Tesseract was moved in 2009 – taken back to Project PEGASUS, at the World Security Council’s bidding. If that’s the case, the Avengers would probably be aware of it; Tony Stark reviewed the history of the Tesseract as far back as The Avengers, although the file is sure to have been redacted so as not to mention Kree and Skrulls. It would be easier to steal the Tesseract during transport than to break into Project PEGASUS, so this time period would naturally become of interest. In the end, however, the Avengers realized that no less than three Infinity Stones were in New York in 2012, so they dropped the 2009 plan altogether.

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2019-08-13 02:08:28

Thomas Bacon