Captain Marvel is that the last film to drop before the Avengers: Endgame is out. whereas Captain Marvel tells the origin story of Carol Danvers’ Captain Marvel, the mid-credits and end-credits scenes offer out major clues to imminent Marvel journey, Avengers: Endgame.
In the mid-credits scene, we tend to are shown the pager that was employed by Nick Fury to contact Captain Marvel. Steve Rogers, Bruce Banner, James Rhodes and Natasha are stationed in an exceedingly ballistic capsule and are discussing the last page sent by Fury before he nonexistent throughout Thanos’ devastation. it had been throughout Avengers: time War that Nick Fury and Maria Hill were reduced into ash.
As the remaining Avengers area unit discussing the pager, Captain Marvel seems and queries Natasha concerning Nick Fury’s whereabouts. The scene concludes that Captain Marvel is unaware of the mayhem wreaked by Thanos.
Nick Fury’s bond with Goose is one among the highlights of Captain Marvel. Goose may be a flerken who feels like a cat and her skills embrace swallowing up humans. Dr Lawson aka Mar-Vell had the Tesseract in her possession as she was functioning on the sunshine speed ballistic capsule however its location has been unknown since her death. Captain Marvel groups up with Talos, Fury and Maria to search out it thus she will defend the Skrulls against the Kree.
During the climax, the Kree and Skulls fight against one another for the Tesseract with Captain Marvel fighting for the Skrull aspect as she currently is aware of the intentions of Yon-Rogg (Jude Law). Amid the climax sequence, Goose gulps the Tesseract and keeps it safe. Before Carol leaves, she tells Fury to stay this energy core on Earth. Upon Nick Fury and Goose’s come to Earth, Coulson and different S.H.I.E.L.D agents are still trying to find the Tesseract however Fury is aware of the precise location.
In the end-credits scene, Goose is seen wandering on Nick Fury’s work table, all alone. She then vomits out the Tesseract on Fury’s table.
This ties up to The Avengers (2012) wherever S.H.I.E.L.D. is already in possession of the Tesseract.
Chronologically, Tesseract 1st appeared in Captain America: the primary assailant. So, this observance counts as its second look.
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