AVENGERS: ENDGAME Screenplay Reveals Steve Rogers' Age And What Year He Travelled Back In Time To

More interesting details from the Avengers: Endgame screenplay have now been revealed, including the precise year Steve Rogers travelled back to and his age in 2023. Find out more after the jump...

The screenplay for Avengers: Endgame was recently released by Disney (if you missed it, you can check it out by clicking HERE), and another interesting reveal has now surfaced. 

At the end of the movie, Steve Rogers travels back in time to reunite with Peggy Carter. Now, it's been revealed that we were going to get a title card confirming that the sequence was actually taking place in "Washington D.C., 1949." That places it after the events of Agent Carter and four years after Steve was forced to say goodbye to Peggy over the radio. 

Interestingly, on the page before, we learn that the elderly Steve Rogers who gives Sam Wilson his shield has "112 years of emotion on his face." That contradicts recent comments from Visual Effects Producer Jen Underdahl in which she mentioned that Captain America was supposed to be 106.

"112" wasn't pulled out of thin air, either. The Captain America: First Vengeance tie-in comic revealed that the hero was born in 1918 and that he went down in the Red Skull's plan when he was 27.

By the time Endgame took place, he would have been 38, because he came out of the ice in 2012 and after living from 1949 to 2023, the Star Spangled Avenger being 112 makes perfect sense!

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