This isn’t really touched on but it really should’ve been consistent.
– Loki gets knocked out of the bifrost beam mere seconds before Thor, a minute tops. When he finally catches up to Loki, he states he’s been there for weeks already.
– Grandmaster states anywhere else he’d be millions of years old and here……….
– Everything going on outside of Sakaar seems to happen alongside it… there’s no indication time is flowing beyond what’s going on in Sakaar at any point.
So the question is, if Loki spent weeks on Sakaar only seconds beyond reaching it before Thor, however Grandmaster’s aging is extreeeeeeeemely (to the point where he’d be millions of years old outside of Sakaar) slowed due to how time works there, is time going FAST there, or is it going SLOW there?
Sidenote: So does this hint at The Collector being millions of years old? Maybe that’s why his knowledge on Infinity Stones is so extensive, in comics they’re brothers, elders, and in MCU although it’s not stated directly, they clearly put a relationship between them in concept art and Disney rides.
In Thor’s dream in Age of Ultron, he saw the Mind Stone, the Space Stone, the Reality Stone, and the Power Stone, but not the Time Stone or the Soul Stone. It would make sense if he only saw the Infinity Stones that he knew about (Space, Mind, and Reality) but there would be no way for him to know about the Power Stone. I’m wondering if he actually saw the Time Stone and the Soul Stone as well but the movie cut away so it wouldn’t spoil Doctor Strange and Infinity War? Do you think that’s possible, or am I just crazy?