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Captain Marvel Finally Gives A Simple Explanation For Why She Didn’t Help Out The Avengers Sooner

Fair.

Marvel has given us the lengthiest look yet at a scene from Avengers: Endgame, and it’s a peak at what the crew are actually planning. Whatever it is, it’s going to involve getting the stones back from Thanos without the Snappening happening all over again, so good luck to them.

The clip also shows Captain Marvel settling into her new team of superheroes, but copping some serious attitude from them. Mainly James Rhodes AKA War Machine, who asks point blank the question we all want answered,

“Where the hell have you been all this time?”

The Avengers have been saving the world from three films worth of pretty serious drama, so why hasn’t Carol Danvers been helping out?

Well, she has a simple explanation for her absence that is very fair and suddenly makes our question seem rather selfish.

“There are a lot of other planets in the universe, and unfortunately they didn’t have you guys.” She says.

Girl has been busy saving other planets from drama for the last two decades thank you very much Avengers, it isn’t always all about Earth!

Come April 24, we’ll see how well the post-Snappening Avengers crew get along with Captain Marvel when the long-awaited Endgame film hits cinemas.

Thanos Is Really Rubbing Our Noses In It In The Latest Avengers: Endgame Trailer

At least Tony and Cap have worked things out.

Marvel has dropped yet another trailer for the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, and this one features Thanos seriously being a dick.

The special look trailer was released to celebrate tickets being available to purchase today, and it’s essentially more emotional turmoil peppered with a few new revelations if you’re up for it.

At least they leftover Avengers are trying to stay optimistic with the sentiment,

“It’s not about how much we lost, it’s about how much we have left.”

First off let’s talk about the fact that Tony and Steve are reuniting after zero interaction in Infinity War, so they’re clearly putting the past events of Captain America: Civil War behind them. It warms the heart.

But then the heart really shrivels up into a cold emotional mess when Tony looks sadly at this adorable photo of him and Peter. These two better reunite in this movie or there will be tears. (There will likely be tears regardless.)

At least in the true style of an emotional rollercoaster, we have a moment of respite in seeing Tony and Pepper officially reuniting.

There’s also the epic moment where we catch a glimpse of Carol Danvers captaining the Guardians of the Galaxy’s ship. Oh Captain my Captain indeed.

But the most memorable part of this trailer is finally seeing Thanos again for the first time since the Snap, and spoiler alert! He’s still an asshole.

“You could not live with your own failure and where did that bring you? Back to me.” He says to the Avengers.

I don’t care how they have to do it, but Thanos better be going down in Endgame. And Tony and Peter better reunite. That’s my wish list.

The Avengers: Endgame Posters Have Sparked Hope For The Far-Fetched Theory That Loki Isn’t Dead After All

Praying for time travel to bring our boy back.

Since the new Avengers: Endgame posters dropped, it’s been a feeding frenzy of fan theories and revelations. The promo confirmed one character we didn’t see get dusted definitely did, and promised the long-awaited return of another.

But now Tom Hiddleston has really stirred the pot by tweeting out his individual Loki poster, with the caption ‘1 month.’

The cryptic post could well be merely Hiddleston advertising the release of Avengers: Endgame, but surely he knew what this would do to the Loki fandom.

Yes, we saw Loki choked to death by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, and yes, Loki’s poster is grey like the rest of the characters were casualties of Thanos and/or the Snappening.

However, Hiddleston’s tweet has revived hope that perhaps we’ll be seeing Loki again very soon.

One of the major theories that explain a revival of Loki is that time travel will be introduced to undo the events of the Snappening, and maybe go back a smidge further to save our boy Loki.

We will just have to wait until April 24, when the full 3 plus hours of Avengers: Endgame is released in cinema.

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