Published: Sat, March 09, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Drew Collins

'Captain Marvel' explains why Captain Marvel didn't appear in 'Avengers: Infinity War'

'Captain Marvel' explains why Captain Marvel didn't appear in 'Avengers: Infinity War'

This article contains spoilers for Captain Marvel. As they try to figure out how to reboot it, a mysterious figure arrives: Captain Marvel herself.

The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Her true identity is Dr. Wendy Lawson, a scientist and mentor to Carol who is revealed to be the Kree operative, Mar-Vell. Finally, Thor summons his Stormbreaker which whizzes past Captain Marvel into Thor's hand.

If you've seen Avengers: Infinity War, then you know in the post-credits scene Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) pages Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) as half of living creatures, including him, turn to dust.

Kevin Feige: Well, I'd say two things. I wouldn't care what title it had, I'd watch it. I had always thought in the back of my head, should that day ever come - which as I've previously said, I wasn't sure it would. And that's okay. The Superman movies didn't make a profound impact on me as a little girl, because I didn't see myself reflected in his character, although I did appreciate the entertainment. But old Stan, I think, would probably approve. "We've got to do better'".

Granted, most of these conclusions are speculation based on teasers, unreleased footage and other clues, but even with digitally deleted characters and altered hair colors in the Endgame teaser footage, we're starting to get enough pieces of the puzzle to see what the goals are for our Avengers. They discuss the acting, direction, action, and storylines of the movie.

We'll see. We're heading- We shot a couple of others, so we're coming up on the last of them, yes.

Carol, played with grit and verve by Oscar victor Brie Larson, can't remember who she is.

It was late in the development of the movie.


That's all we have for the time being.

Says Boden: "One day, I hope Captain Marvel finds somebody that is a good support for her, be that male or female". "That's ideal!" And we stopped looking for another actor. Many of us are diehard Marvel fans and many of us have dedicated our lives to covering these movies. In 2012, Carol Danvers was given a costume update (by the wonderful Jamie McKelvie) for her solo comic relaunch and officially took the Captain Marvel name.

Annette Bening spoke to HollywoodLife about starring in her first Marvel film, and it's safe to say, the iconic actress had the best experience! Or would it not make sense at this point?

Another reviewer wrote, "Wasn't expecting much going in and that's what I got, not much".

We have ideas for both.

In a general fashion. The first is essentially a preview for a forthcoming Marvel Studios project, while the second is more of a humorous callback to a previous joke or scene from the movie. "We want the animals to enjoy working and not every animal has the personality for it". How far we'll announce in the future? I said she could time-travel one time. Times have changed since box office disappointments from female superhero movies like Catwoman ($82 million dollars worldwide gross and $17.89 million dollars under budget) and Elektra ($56 million dollars worldwide gross and barely making a return thanks to foreign sales) are in the rear view mirror, and studios appear ready to try something different.

Or? Or "and"? Can't we have all of them?

Peter: I have my nitpicky question I gotta ask you.

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