Captain Marvel Makes HUGE Changes to Mar-Vell's Character

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It is spectacular and unsurprising that Captain Marvel, a vivid action-adventure centered on the rise of Carol Danvers, is the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe led by a female superhero.

They have apparently retrieved and been monitoring Fury's pager.

But with Captain Marvel, I would like to invite you to ask yourself if you have to be passionate about not liking this movie (if you happen to not like it).

To be fair, Captain Marvel opens up a new can of worms because she's so insanely powerful, and I predict that they're probably going to keep her in the cosmic realm because as her movie shows, nothing on Earth is much of a threat to her. Captain Marvel, initially referred to as Vers, is a novice soldier being trained by her mentor, Yon-Rogg, played by Jude Law in the creepiest contact lenses since the "Twilight" movies. So, right after Infinity War is where we join Steve, Nat, Bruce, and Rhodey in the Avengers compound for Captain Marvel's first of two post-credits stingers. It's kind of their thing.

This scene perfectly sets up the upcoming events in Avengers: Endgame.

Two moments stood out.

"Captain Marvel", extremely aware of its duty to check all the boxes about feminine equality in all circumstances, clumsily jams in various feminist tropes whenever possible. Captain Marvel features a pivotal fight scene soundtracked by the 1995 punk-lite banger "Just a Girl", and although that song meant everything to me when I was 13, here it really distracted me from the delicious ass-crushing on screen. Tony looks crushed, though, possibly because of the loss of Peter Parker or because he nearly didn't get to see Pepper, so he doesn't stick around and leaves Nebula with the Avengers. Hulk's costume also appears to confirm another rumour, that Hulk and Banner will combine their personalities to take on Thanos, resulting in a more intelligent Hulk, known as 'Professor Hulk'.

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Captain Marvel takes it for granted that women can be tough and take charge.

"I don't know if I'm just exhausted, but I feel like I'm going to cry". However, he did agree that there was a possibility characters were removed. He wants her to control her emotions, which can't be easy, because she also has to stomach his platitudes.

Primeau stopped short of saying there's a "high degree of probability", which is the strongest opinion he could give, but added, "There's definitely a possibility that there was something there and they made a decision to remove it in order to keep a secret with the film".

Will you be seeing Captain Marvel this weekend?

A new Avengers: Endgame footage is afoot and might soon land on the internet for all Marvel fans to see. The clips begins with all the heroes sitting in a room at the Avengers headquarters, or whatever is left of it.

The scene doesn't go on long enough to give us any real answers-we don't get to see how the team reacts to Carol or how Carol reacts to the team, what that dynamic will be like, or if they're even able to trust each other under the circumstances.

The theatrical release in India and the USA on International Women's Day is an obvious move but the film is clear in its projection and reflection of a world that is going through campaigns like Time's Up.