‘Avengers: Endgame’ Footage Description Takes Heroes Into Space

Disney just had a major meeting for their investors, and at that meeting they revealed a lot of footage from their massive slate of 2019 movies, including Avengers: Endgame. One investor got a chance to look at the short preview and shared his impressions.


Mild spoilers for Captain Marvel ahead!


The first post-credits scene for Captain Marvel includes a sequence from Avengers: Endgame, with a scene set shortly after the events of Avengers: Infinity War (in which Thanos dusted half of the universe). Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanov, James Rhodes, and Bruce Banner are all investigating a pager from Nick Fury that they found fairly recently. When it stops beeping, the team tries to figure out how to turn it on again, only for Captain Marvel (who Fury was contacting) to appear right behind them and ask them where Fury went, revealing that Carol Danvers was not one of the casualties of “The Snap”.


Sometime after this moment in the film is where this clip is shown. In the scene, the five characters (alongside Rocket, Nebula, Thor, and possibly Tony Stark, Scott Lang, and Clint Barton) decide upon their next course of action, and they come to the conclusion that an attack on Thanos could be a viable option if they are able to find out where he went. The two surviving Guardians of the Galaxy come up with a plan based on their fields of knowledge.



Carol suggests that their plan has a better chance of succeeding with her involvement, and explains that she wasn’t able to help earlier points in time because Nick Fury never summoned her before, and there were several planets that lacked heroes like the Avengers.



Thor summons his weapon before they head off into space, and as it whizzes by Captain Marvel, she does not flinch, a move that Thor is impressed by. Rocket tells the crew who hasn’t been to space before to not puke on the Benatar as they head off into faster-than-light speeds.



One other thing of note: Thor is not in his usual set of armor, but in his street clothes.



Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26, 2019.