(MAJOR SPOILERS FORWARD for the end of "Avengers: Infinity War." So if you do not know how it ends and do not want to know, go now.)
The battle against Thanos in "Avengers": Infinity War "is the biggest so far for the heroes of Marvel's cinematic universe, but not all of them participate Heroes like Ant-Man and Clint "Hawkeye" Barton do not appear in the fight to stop the crazy Titan.
There is another character that we know that will be in the MCU before "Avengers 4" rolls in 2019, but who did not join the fight against Thanos in "Infinity War", but that character gets a scream in "Avengers: Infinity War" to let us know he's It happens right after the credits in the film's post-credits scene.
The scene finds former SHIELD director Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and his closest agent, Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders). ), driving through an important city while discussing the attack enigner in New York by the lieutenants of Thanos, the Black Order, and the attack on Wakanda that makes up most of the second half of the film. As Maria points out, the energy signatures that mark the attack on Wakanda are much larger than those in New York.
It quickly becomes clear that this scene takes place at the same time that Thanos wins the battle in Wakanda. We see cars crash and in the background a helicopter plummets out of control, as random people, like many of the Avengers, spontaneously begin to turn into dust thanks to Thanos using the fully armed Infinity Gauntlet to take down half of the life in the universe.
While Fury watches, Maria also disappears, and he takes this as a signal to remove an old and supplanted pager from his bag. Right at the moment (sorry) of time, because Fury himself turns to dust just when he sends a signal successfully.
After Fury dies, the locator falls to the ground and the camera zooms in, showing a pixilated version of the Captain Marvel logo on its old screen. Yes, what Nick Fury did in his last moment was call the big guns.
We know that the movie "Captain Marvel", which will be released in March 2019, will take place in the 1990s, which explains the pager. We do not know much more about the film: surprisingly, Marvel has kept things a secret because it will undoubtedly relate very closely to the shocking events of "Infinity War." Below you will find the basics, but if we want to delve into the way we think the movie "Captain Marvel" will serve as a direct preview of the battle with Thanos, take a look at our more detailed review here.
In the comics, Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) is an Air Force pilot who meets Mar-Vell (Jude Law), a Kree scout and spy sent to Earth to assess the space travel capabilities of humanity and evaluate its capacity as a threat to the Kree empire. Mar-Vell becomes a legendary hero nicknamed Captain Marvel, and when working with him, Carol ends up exposed to a Kree gun that gives him a variety of super powers.
What happens with Mar-Vell is, in the comics, that he becomes entangled with – and stops – Thanos. Repeatedly. But Mar-Vell finally dies. It seems that Carol's experiences with Mar-Vell and her knowledge of Thanos could possibly prepare her for the next battle. What we do not know is where Carol has been, like Captain Marvel, for the last 20 years or more, or why Nick Fury would have waited so long to contact her. However, probably, Fury has that buzzer specifically because Carol wanted her contacted when Thanos eventually came to town. Presumably, all of our questions will be answered when the movie "Captain Marvel" lands. Unfortunately, we will have to wait 10 more months before that happens.
41. "Spider-Man 3"
Maybe the bad is better than the good here, but the dance number of Emo Peter Parker is still one of the best moments in any comic movie, sorry, those who they hate
39. "The Punisher" (1989)
Dolph Lundgren and Louis Gossett Jr. star in a classic low-rent & # 39; grunge grunge C-level. This is all the novelty value.