Kevin Feige explains the difference between Snap and Lapse

copyrightKevin Feige explains the difference between Snap and Lapse

ATTENTION SPOILERS after Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far from home.

Kevin Feige, from Marvel Studios, has clarified the difference between the Snap and the Lapse, the first being the time when Thanos used the Infinity Gauntlet to destroy half the life of the universe, and the second being the moment in which Hulk brought everyone back to life in Avengers: Endgame.

According to CinemaBlend, Feige finished the confusion created in Spider-Man: Far from Home. The characters in the last film of the UCM refer to what we thought was the disappearance and the return of half of the universe as The Blip (translated in Spain as The Lapse), and the fans have called it again El Chasquido.

"Everything was very fast," Feige explained. "We always refer to it as Blip, and the audience started to refer to it as the Click, we think it's funny when the students call this terrible event that completely changes the Blip universe, we've narrowed it down, the click is when everyone disappears End of Infinity War, The Blip is when everyone returns to the end of Endgame ... and that's how we've determined the definitions. "

Spider-Man: Far from Home premiered last week and we loved it (and it seems to you too). Here you can find our review, without spoilers.

If you want more of Spider-Man: Far from Home, you can take a look at the questions with (and without) the film's answer or check the secrets and hidden references of Marvel. Now we just have to wait for the Marvel Phase 4 to finally unravel.


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