And it's a surprisingly cryptic one, too. Jackson curse word, but is gone before he can finish. Marvel slowed its roll on the mid-credits, end-credits, post-credits, after-credits--whatever you want to call them--scenes for Black Panther, and Avengers: Infinity War is no different. So, we have a hero from the past with a deep but hitherto unexplained relationship with the current situation. Do they provide a tantalizing glimpse at what Marvel has in store in 2019? This scene proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that half of the population of Earth just croaked, and scenes like this are playing out all over the universe. So this is just a tease for that, right? Jackson and Maria Hill Cobie Smulders are just learning about the happenings in Wakanda when they witness the repercussions of the battle first hand.
Clearly, something big and so far unexplored has been going on. Not to spoil Captain Marvel, but her powers are cosmically based. Then, a helicopter seemingly falls out of the sky, and crashes into a building. Thanos played by Josh Brolin is a genuinely terrifying movie villain. The first one we need to consider is why, in this time of unprecedented global doom, does Fury call Captain Marvel rather than any of the Avengers. We'll find out next year. And then the worst happens: Fury himself starts to disappear.
The End-Credits Scene: An eye-patched Nick Fury Samuel L. The snap sets up the climax For those who aren't familiar, a huge comic-book-crossover event consists of a core book, usually a limited run, that tells the grandest story with the largest moments and features many characters from other comic books. Not fake comic-book-style dead, like we get with the end of Infinity War. So, what does all this all mean? The character will however head-up her own film which will be released in 2019. What was that logo on the pager-thing in the end-credits scene? As Fury blows away in the wind, the device he was holding clatters to the ground and we're left staring at what we can only assume is the transmission of a distress signal. It's just a great movie by any normal standard.
When exactly did he do that? What is Avengers 4 going to be called? Why did he wait this long? Marvel Studios Warning: I'll be spoiling the after-credits scene in Avengers: Infinity War below, and the ending of the movie, too. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the only way to reset Gauntlet shenanigans would be to possess the Gauntlet and use it against Thanos. Find out what the symbol at the end of the movie is really all about and more. But all hope isn't lost. Not only has Thanos won, but a good portion of the characters who were a part of the fight including Black Panther, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange dissolve into nothing. Infinity War has just one post-credits scene and it comes right at the end.
Nick Fury has been part of the government organization S. Ant-Man is also very obviously missing from the Infinity War. The movie will also be the first Marvel film to give a female superhero the sole spotlight and the second to feature a woman in the title following 2018's. The contents of the scene are understandably being kept under wraps along with all the other major spoilers from Avengers: Infinity War. In the post-credits scene, Samuel L. Captain Marvel's symbol appears at the end of 'Avengers: Infinity War. The nerve of Marvel Studios, who will now never make another movie again, leaving us with a victorious villain which is just no way to set an example for… Wait.
And the credits are so long that it should be safe to visit the bathroom between when the movie ends and when the post-credits scene begins. Marvel movies will soon be a part of the upcoming Disney Streaming service library. A star-shaped logo appears as confirmation that his message was received. Avengers: Infinity War is in cinemas now. We've known for some time that a Captain Marvel movie is coming--set photos of Brie Larson in costume have been filtering in since filming kicked off--but her role in the still unnamed Avengers 4 remains shrouded in mystery, just like the rest of the film.
Related: Avengers: Infinity War held its Los Angeles premiere this evening, and started screening for press in other major markets as well, marking the first time it has screened in full for audiences. Marvel Are you satisfied with the post credits scene? Jude Law has been cast in the role for the 2019 movie. Not exactly the feel good, heroic, triumphant superhero vibe of Avengers past. And thus ends the spoilers. In that final sequence, the havoc Thanos has wreaked on the universe with the Infinity Gauntlet has spread across Earth. The space-pager we see in the post credits scene does look like it could be modified 1990s tech. She's a hero named Carol Danvers we've not yet met, but so far we know the gold star is her symbol and blue and red are her colors.
Post-credits scenes have been a Marvel Studios tradition since the Marvel Cinematic Universe debuted in 2008's original Iron Man film. I do understand, by the way. That movie, out March 6, will take place decades before the events of Infinity War, however, in the '90s, when she and Nick Fury first cross paths. Which makes sense, as those two characters are the backbone of the Avengers story. Proceed at your own risk. Thanos filled his Infinity Gauntlet with the Infinity Stones, and with a snap of his finger he solved the supposed issue of intergalactic overpopulation and wiped out half the citizens of the universe. That group was created in 2005 by Joss Whedon for Astonishing X-Men.
Well, with Thanos having Resolutely Goddamn Won, half of the Avengers dead or swiftly vanishing from existence along with 50% of all life in the universe, and everyone bar the big purple conqueror in a broken state of disarray, we refocus to New York, at the same time that the Wakandan finale is occurring. Is it possible Wasp and Ant-Man were just in the Quantum Realm while the main Thanos assault was happening? And I mean really, truly dead. Captain Marvel is one of two movies that Marvel will be releasing between now and Avengers 4, coming out in February 2019, and we know from the official for the movie that it's set in the 1990s. What special cinematic device did the directors use in this scene, and why? Then after all the credits have finished and there's a lot of them , we hear the familiar voice of Samuel L. Unfortunately, even their time is limited. They're referencing the battle in Wakanda being way bigger than the battle in New York seen earlier in the movie, when suddenly a car on the other side of the road spins out and crashes in front of them. Personally, so that we see him recount Infinity War as only he can.