On the very finish of “Avengers: Infinity Struggle,” after all of the credit have performed, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) hits a button on a pager simply as he melts into ash. The pager shows a yellow, eight-pointed star on a purple and blue area. On the time, savvy Marvel followers acknowledged this because the image of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), aka Carol Danvers, a personality who would get her personal prequel film the next 12 months.
A mid-credits scene for “Captain Marvel” continued the narrative. The remaining Avengers are seen investigating the mysterious pager, solely to have the thriller shortly solved when Carol Danvers herself returned to Earth to reply to Fury’s misery name.
The subsequent time we noticed her was firstly of “Avengers: Endgame,” the place she arrived simply in time to avoid wasting Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) from dying in a derelict craft drifting in deep area. From the way in which “Endgame” is directed, it seems that Captain Marvel occurred upon Iron Man by likelihood and determined to avoid wasting him out of the goodness of her coronary heart. It particularly appeared that solution to “Endgame” viewers members who hadn’t seen “Captain Marvel” (or left when the credit began rolling). However Russo explains that there have been unfilmed components of the story, and that Carol discovering Iron Man was no accident:
“The lacking narrative, after all, is that she got here to Earth, met the Avengers, was introduced in control on what was taking place, and that there is some type of homing beacon on that ship that she tracks, and brings the 2 of them again to Earth.”
Straightforward peasy. Captain Marvel received the web page, went to Earth, the Earthbound Avengers let her know that Iron Man was misplaced in area, and Rocket (the one Guardian of the Galaxy who remained un-dusted) tipped her off to the Benatar’s homing beacon.