With a graceful flurry of powerful kicks and punches known as Skrull Slayer, Captain Marvel sends her foes back with a pair of well-placed cosmic beams.
For those who haven't seen the film, be cautious, there are spoilers in this article.
Essentially, Kevin Feige is saying that it was not a real emergency when a hole tore open in the sky and a massive invading force of extraterrestrial warriors poured out onto the unsuspecting streets of the Big Apple.
When the camera pans, the audience can see the infamous beeper from the final moments of Avengers: Infinity War. We'll know in about a month.
Costumes we don't see include her Warbird and Binary outfits, though when she reaches Binary mode we do see her hair light up with energy, giving us a similar effect without the whole skin turning red thing. "That doesn't mean he never did". Usually, though, they're a way of building anticipation for an upcoming film in the series, like when Avengers: Infinity War ended with Nick Fury summoning off-world hero Captain Marvel with a dated-looking pager, just before he dissolved in the wake of Thanos' universe-changing finger-snap.
Avengers: Endgame hits theaters everywhere on April 26th.
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The next suit is black, gold, and red, and yes, is an homage to one of Carol's most popular (if not her most popular) costumes during her Ms. Marvel days. If so, what did you like and/or dislike about it?
The flawless way to let Lee's legacy live on through the big screen, we thought it was a very nice touch indeed.
Directed by Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Algenis Perez Soto, Rune Temte, McKenna Grace, Clark Gregg, and Jude Law. It's always possible that this scene, with Captain Marvel's arrival, happens much later in Endgame than it appears. It's had a long and complicated history in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Captain Marvel complicates it even further, since it's unclear how it ended up in the hands of Carol Danvers' mentor, the Kree scientist Mar-Vell.