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Captain America's Endgame Plan Came From Scarlet Witch

Steve Rogers got his wish and reunited with Peggy Carter in the past, but he got the idea from the vision Wanda Maximoff gave him in Age of Ultron.

Captain America‘s (Chris Evans) Avengers: Endgame decision to time-travel and spend his life with his love, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), came from Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who planted the vision in his head in Avengers: Age of Ultron. In Joss Whedon’s 2015 team-up flick, Wanda Maximoff attacked Steve Rogers’ heart and mind with a glimpse of Peggy, the one thing he wanted most. But 8 years later, Wanda’s trickery ended up being a gift that Steve acted on to fulfill his heart’s desire.

Steve Rogers fell for Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger when they fought alongside each other during World War II. Peggy was impressed by the genuine quality of the sickly young man who was chosen to undergo Project Rebirth, and of course, Agent Carter was suitably enamored by Steve when he emerged as the pinnacle of human perfection. Tragically, Peggy lost Steve in 1945 when he was believed killed in action while stopping the Red Skull (Hugo Weaving) from attacking the United States. Before his plane went down, Steve and Peggy lamented that they never got the dance with each other they both wanted. Rogers was cryogenically frozen in the arctic ice and he was revived in 2012; although Steve finally reunited with Peggy in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, by then, she was on her deathbed. Steve attended Peggy’s funeral in 2016 during Captain America: Civil War, and he never got over how he was denied the time with her he wanted most.

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