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. Bucky Barnes will be back, as will the Guardians of the Galaxy, who are slated to conclude their standalone story with a third installment , according to director James Gunn. The postcredits scene picks up somewhere on Earth soon after Thanos makes that devastating decision. And, again, they prove the distraction that our heroes need to disrupt the Gauntlet from within. Then, with a snap of his fingers, he accomplishes what he sets out to do—wipe out half the universe at random. This is only Part 3 of a four-part film.
Which is probably a good thing, because the easiest way to derail the future is to know what it holds. Related: Yes, that's right: Part 1. What about the other survivors? In the comics, , Thanos is completely obsessed with winning the heart of Mistress Death, the anthropomorphic embodiment of the concept of death. Captain Marvel in the comics is powerful, and her movie incarnation is expected to be too. All those tears shed in multiplexes this weekend? At least temporarily — this is, after all, a story about a glove that gives its wearer near-complete control over space and time, and life and death. They turn to see a helicopter crash into a building. Cars are crashing into other cars, the drivers having disappeared.
What a bummer of an ending, right? The other significant character who I was disappointed to see missing from Infinity War was Valkyrie. The major characters we might expect to die and stay dead — the ones who've been around long enough that their actor contracts are starting to expire — are all left standing at the end. But what did surprise me is that he dies when Thanos snaps his fingers, which leaves it unclear about how the surviving Avengers are supposed to know the rest of the plan? In the Infinity Gauntlet comic books, before Adam Warlock can set everything right in the universe, Nebula manages to steal the Gauntlet from Thanos and pulls back events by 24 hours. While it goes without saying that the vast majority of these dead people will not stay dead by the time the fourth Avengers movie debuts, it's hard not to feel the loss of so many characters we've gotten to know over the years. We already knew that the Quantum realm would play a big part in Ant-Man and the Wasp after being set up in the original film, where it was the presumed resting place of the original Wasp after she shrunk too small and went between molecules and a final challenge for Ant-Man that he managed to return from. Rumours abound that Avengers: Endgame will see the departure of longstanding heroes like Captain America and Iron Man — but there are plenty of new heroes like Captain Marvel and Black Panther coming through to lead the Avengers and keep that franchise going, alongside rumours that characters like the Eternals, Fantastic 4 and the X-Men could be coming into the fold. The big green guy barely made an appearance in Infinity War after getting his ass kicked by Thanos early on and then every time Banner tried to entice him out to help fight, he was having none of it.
It might be time to put your reservations aside and help your teammates out. What can we conclude from this information? And given that we'd spent a full movie at anybody, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that he was the guy Fury was trying to reach. The bad guy beat the good guys, and it's totally mind-blowing because that kinda never happens! Infinity Gauntlet was a six-issue miniseries — with a few tie-ins here and there — written in 1991 by Jim Starlin and illustrated by George Pérez and Ron Lim. Throughout the film, we saw Banner trying and failing to coax the big green guy out to start fighting the bad guys, to no avail. So how many after-credits scenes do movie-goers get? But how would they go about coming back from the dead? Also, it might seem a bit cheap if literally everyone came back to life. . All you really need to know is that at the end of The Infinity Gauntlet, none of our core heroes or villains get to keep the Gauntlet and Thanos winds up living a quiet life on a backwater planet a lot like at the end of Avengers: Infinity War.
Did the rapture just come to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Ever since Nick Fury appeared in a scene after the Iron Man credits in 2008, post-credits teasers have become instrumental to Marvel Studios' sprawling superhero universe. He sacrificed Gamora to obtain the Soul Stone, and so it makes sense that she and the Stone would be connected somehow after her death. While Thanos may have chosen these deaths at random, the Marvel filmmakers definitely didn't. The Hulk has never met a foe he couldn't fight — until, of course, he met Thanos and got his butt beaten in the process. So why would a scrub like Nebula be alive while so many fan favorite characters were turned to dust? Someone save us from this capitalistic catastrophe.
Having been alerted of the battle between The Avengers and Thanos in Wakanda, they are driving around casually chatting when chaos ensues. We could see Marvel get more cosmic with Captain Marvel and the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel, or even more grounded with Black Panther 2. The latest entry into Marvel's cinematic universe features from our favorite heroes, a story that's and entertaining as hell, and some choice moments between Thor Chris Hemsworth and Peter Quill Chris Pratt. Unfortunately for Nebula, the cosmic beings Thanos defeated are restored as well. Captain Marvel's symbol appears at the end of 'Avengers: Infinity War. Marvel movies will soon be a part of the upcoming Disney Streaming service library.
Well, for starters, her real name is Carol Danvers. We got a solid dose of Doctor Strange's medicine in Avengers: Infinity War. Well, it has been a fun 10 years, but marks the end of the. After all, there were not one, but two references to Thanos snapping his fingers and causing half the universe to die. In fact, it looked like a crumpled mess. For those keeping score at home, we lost Bucky, Black Panther, Scarlet Witch, Falcon, Drax, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Star-Lord, Mantis, Groot, Nick Fury, and Maria Hill — and those are just the characters we saw dissolve after Thanos pulled his big trick…and possibly a few more we didn't remember to list. What we do know from the comics is that , and cannot die if the blade is intact.
Thanos' motivations, as explained earlier in the film, were to bring balance to the universe by killing half its occupants. There's one extra scene at the film's end you won't want to miss which teases a few extra faces that weren't in the rest of the movie along with a tease of a new one who will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon enough. Infinity War doesn't really make clear what the Soul Stone does, but in the comics, the Soul Stone has the ability to control, manipulate, and collect souls, and trap them in a sort of pocket universe. While it took a dozen Avengers to give Thanos one scratch, she can take him on alone. In the movie's lone post-credits scene, we saw the long-awaited return of Nick Fury and his S. But who the hell is Captain Marvel? Laughed at all the jokes.