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Avengers infinity war post credit scene Explained !

Avengers post credit scene explained
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Avengers infinity wars

The end of Infinity War is very literally an end--the actual, genuine annihilation of half the universe at the hands of Thanos, armed with a fully powered Infinity Gauntlet. Not exactly the feel good, heroic, triumphant superhero vibe of Avengers past. Thanos has won, and from where we're sitting, it looks like his victory is absolute.
But all hope isn't lost. Though Infinity War deviates from Marvel's post-credits formula slightly by including only one stinger, rather than what's become the customary two, the movie's final moments give us the briefest glimpse of what's on the horizon

Post credit scene

Ater sitting through Avengers: Infinity War's over 2 and a half hours of quick superhero quips, epic team-ups, and an ending that probably left you gaping open-mouthed at the screen, Just like me  you must have also hoping for a post-credit scene. Finally after 15 minutes of wait , 30 additional seconds of Post credit footage shows. That footage, while short, usually teases what we can expect to see next in the MCU. 


We see S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) driving through the streets of New York, and suddenly the effects of Thanos’ destruction catch up with them. A helicopter crashes into a nearby building, its pilot vanished. Hill herself fades into dust before Fury’s eyes – or, uh, eye – and he springs into action. Just before he, too, blows away (with a perfectly timed “motherf–” line), he manages to pull out a mysterious device and send a signal. The camera pans down to the device on the New York streets, and we see The pager falls to the ground with the  message “sending” and then we see an emblem appear on the pager before the screen cuts to black.

That emblem is the representation of none other than Captain Marvel ( another superhero of Marvel)

we haven’t actually met CapMarv on the big screen yet. Her debut will come in next March’s appropriately titled Captain Marvel, where she’ll be played by Brie Larson. The short version: She’s an Air Force pilot named Carol Danvers who, after some sci-fi mishegoss binds her DNA with that of an alien, gains various powers, including flight and superhuman strength. Her solo flick is set during the 1990s, well before Tony Stark’s 2008 self-outing as Iron Man, which raises the questions of where she’s been and why no one seems to have heard of her. We can’t answer those questions just yet! But it would appear that Fury has some kind of direct line to her in case of a grave emergency. Expect Captain Marvel to be the setup and Untitled Fourth Avengers Movie — out in almost exactly a year — to be the superpowered punch line. Help us, dear Carol!

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