Captain Marvel Post-Credit Scenes Explained

This Women’s Day I went from being a Captain America fanatic to a Captain Marvel fan and I have my reasons

'Captain Marvel' is the humane superhero we need right now

Captain Marvel is nearly upon us and soon fans around the world will get to see for themselves just how powerful the character is and what she might be able to do in the battle against Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.

In a review headed with the words "It's no Black Panther", he accuses Captain Marvel of "unimaginative plotting, cut-rate villains [and] a bland visual style". Watch her love for Carol and her gratitude for the outpouring of love from the fan community above!

It shows the main Avengers lab, where Black Wido, Captain America, rhodes and Brude Banner are watching the Snap death toll keep rising.

When the film was announced, I was so excited to see Lee Pace and Djimon Hounsou return as their Guardian's of the Galaxy characters but they really only have a bulky cameo and were pretty underused. "It's still plugged in, just stopped".

Yes, we're missing a charismatic villain and, yes, the final battle gets too explosion-y and long. Widow asks Banner who says the signal has stopped. If only they all knew what this actually was. And while we usually know who's involved in a given fight there's no clear sense of the action or space around them.

"Speaking to Kevin Ryder at KROQ 106.7 FM, Brie Larson first brings up the whole time travel snafu, saying "[Jackson] just made stuff up", with Jackson responding, "I just made stuff up.

James Corden shared a lengthy promo for the upcoming new episode, which kicked off with the Captain Marvel co-stars hitting the road in an SUV, flipping on the radio and signing along to Grande's hit track "7 Rings." Larson mentioned that she did a lot of training similar to that of professional wrestlers to prepare for her role as Captain Marvel. Larson's performance as Captain Marvel lives in how even as she's fighting to understand her untapped potential, she rises to face the challenges ahead over and over again. The cat ends up swallowing the Infinity Stone, with no one realizing its importance. It's no secret that her next appearance will be in April's Avengers: Endgame, and - spoiler (but not really) - the brief tease we're given in this film's mid-credits scene packs an emotional punch.

In the movie, Goose the cat is revealed to be a Flerken. Back when the very first preview screenings dropped, social media teasers confirmed there were two scenes after Captain Marvel ends and one "very emotional" opening scene. We open in a dusty dream, we spend a brief moment on the Kree capital planet of Hala, we jump to another alien planet with competing species and a shape-shifting enemy that makes discerning differences moot, and then we're off to Earth. And she'll have to attempt to give a successful critical and box office riposte to a freaky online campaign against the film that took off when Larson made comments about a lack of diversity in the Hollywood press, enraging a large number of keyboard warriors in the process.

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