You are correct in saying nobody would look at real life and look to a single movie like Avengers. However, its not about someone seeing something in real life and immediately thinking of 1 marvel movie. It's a myriad combination of these type of movies from Hollywood telling the same story, this is when it can affect people. A movie doesn't have to be a certain "genre" to influence the masses. What we see on TV, social media, and read influence people in profound ways. The enemy knows this. It started with television, but now we are on our phones all day and consume so much media and less of the Bible and people eventually start to behave and act by what they see.Dude, that is just a movie. No rational person would see a real life disaster and then look to Avengers: Infinity War for an explanation. That movie was preposterous and so was the plot. There is no talking trees or gun toting racoons in the world today. It's fantasy based on a loose adaptation of the comics, and that's all it is.
When it comes to sci fi, the same concept applies but slightly different. Just take a look at all the super hero movies or sci fi movies. The bad villain is always this incredibly powerful godlike person. And the "good" guys are always the imperfect human beings who "band together" to take this villain out, and always succeed against ALL odds. What is so interesting specifically in marvel is these villains always use biblical references to identify themselves as the biblical God. It is literally near all marvel movies, not even exaggerating. Go look it up lol. The question is this why not use other religions? It's simple in my opinion, humans are being slowly prepped into thinking they can actually defeat God at his second coming. Why else do we read in the book of revelation people cursing at God during the tribulation, and even trying to war against him during his second coming? Obviously they wont look at marvel for their motivation lol. However, the mindset of thinking they can defeat this ALL powerful being will already have been planted by the enemy for years prior to even the Antichrists arrival. The Antichrist honestly is sort of like the nail in the coffin for all the lies Satan has been slowing planting in mankind to rebel against God.
Look at these quotes for example from the main villain from Avengers Age of Ultron:
"“The human race will have every opportunity to improve,” Ultron says. And if they don’t? “Ask Noah” is Ultrons response. Then he goes on to say “There were more than a dozen extinction level events before even the dinosaurs got theirs. When the Earth starts to settle, God throws a stone at it, and believe me, he’s winding up.” If you see the movie, Ultron here is identifying himself as this God figure who is going to bring the next level extinction - The phrase "God throws a stone at it" is clearly to me a reference of the Daniel prophecy, when God literally throws stone (who is Christ) at the statue of Nebuchadnezzar at the feet, destroying mans final kingdom upon the earth.
“Upon this rock I will build my church.” - Ultron says this in the movie as he references to a church he will use in the movie to bring this next level extinction upon earth. What is so interesting is that within this church that Ultron will use, there is a scene of Ultron sitting on a throne with a red robe. In the bible, Christ (the head of the church) is seated in heaven on a throne, and will return wearing a robe that looks like it was dipped in blood (red). Why is Hollywood clearly using all these biblical terms attributed to God to depict the villain in literally all their movies? I mean one cannot just miss this lol.
Maybe sometimes I see too much into these movies though lol. I could definitely be off base but it makes me wonder you know.