Captain Marvel: Mid-credits and end-credits scene explained

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Jackson, who plays Nick Fury, seemingly spilled the beans by saying Brie Larson's character *could* travel through time, and now he's walked that back completely, saying he "made up" those Captain Marvel powers.

This image released by Disney-Marvel Studios shows Brie Larson in a scene from "Captain Marvel". These press moments, weirdly, they're the only time I'm around people who see what I do. "It was actually a mistake".

Captain Marvel opens in the United Kingdom and USA on Friday, which has been designated International Women's Day 2019. Captain Marvel has appeared behind them in full superhero regalia, and she has just one question: "Where's Fury?" They look at what worked in the movie for them and what didn't. Not only that, but if she's crossing paths with them near the start of the film, she'll obviously have a pretty large role to play in the battle against Thanos. Without further ado, here's what happens in the end credits of Captain Marvel - and what it might mean for Avengers: Endgame and more.

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And while Carol's powers have significantly moved the goalposts and raised the stakes, that doesn't mean everything special about her comes from those powers, or that they make things any easier for her. In Pursuit of Flight is about unlocking the potential of our power, not simply how much of it or what kind we have. 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. The outfit Brie Larson wore on Good Morning America only furthered my suspicions that the actress was bitten by a radioactive fashion spider at some point. We meet her in an opening sequence that's so heavy on alien terminology you might mistake it for an exotic recipe: take a dash of Soh-larr, blend in Korath and Yon-Rogg, add Torfa (if desired) and voila! It adequately ties up several loose ends before the release of Avengers: Endgame (April 2019 in the US), but fails to forge its own dynamic identity within the larger canon. In fact, she even got the opportunity to fly in a jet.

"I will never hate a movie with an orange cat". I don't typically watch superhero movies, but you bet your sweet ass I'll be seeing Captain Marvel.

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Carol takes her hero shot.

On the flip side, the film has some noticeable drawbacks that its Marvel brethren (and pointedly, this movie only has brothers) do not, starting with the performances. The last third of the film devolves into a series of battles between Captain Marvel and her enemies, but also apparently between the film's editor and cinematographer (visually, these scenes are nearly incoherent), and between the directors and the studio.

Us Weekly's Mara Weinstein gave the not "epic" film a disappointing 2.5 out of 4 stars: "Sometimes when you have sky-high expectations for a film, there's nowhere to go but down". Instead, it is a solidly constructed and engaging bit of scaffolding that, while fitting neatly within the overarching storyline of the Marvel movies, only occasionally reaches the Pop Art delirium of the best of those films.

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