The fact that it packs such a profound emotional punch, however, is what really makes it work. Shame that it was apparently stressful enough to break up the tandem of and. And thus ends the spoilers. Would be a top 5 comic book movie if it had just reigned in the plot. And, since Infinity War was originally the first half of a two-parter, it follows that it would set up Avengers 4, which is still untitled at this point.
As Fury notes that something big is happening in Wakanda, he tells Hill to get in touch with someone named Klein, likely from Winter Soldier and Age of Ultron--which may point to more progress in Fury's somewhat forgotten efforts to rebuild S. Yes, forget about Thanos, about the Infinity Stones, about Thor meeting the Guardians of the Galaxy, about Iron Man meeting Doctor Strange. There are no fancy animations, no cute jokes. Share your thoughts and theories with on Twitter. A star-shaped logo appears as confirmation that his message was received. If they stayed in their seats through the credits, they also saw one of the most compelling and necessary post-credits scenes Marvel has ever produced.
That much was clear from the Infinity War credits scenes. Since he's successful in doing so, the final sequences of Infinity War show various Avengers dying, disintegrating into ash before the eyes of their friends and teammates. Here's the scene: Nick Fury and Maria Hill speed through a New York City that is slowly descending into chaos. Next: This is who Nick Fury sent out his signal too. Now 10 years later, Marvel Studios continues to use mid- and post-credits scenes to tease their upcoming films - and they've become an integral aspect of the moviegoing experience for Marvel releases. They're stopped when another car swerves in front of them. Jude Law has been cast in the role for the 2019 movie.
As we saw during the proper end of the movie, Thanos was successful in completing his Infinity Gauntlet, using it to snap his fingers and wipe out half the universe. So, after the credits end, we see Samuel L. In the comics, Carol Danvers is introduced as an officer in the Air Force. But it's probably safe to say she's been hanging out in space. He was a soldier named Mar-Vell, a member of the alien Kree. Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, flashing that familiar symbol across her chest.
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It quickly becomes apparent the driver and passenger are S. Proceed at your own risk. However, it seems Avengers: Infinity War co-directors Anthony and Joe Russo scaled it back for Marvel Studios' big 10-year anniversary release. The movie is a major milestone for Marvel Studios, marking not only their 10th anniversary, but the beginning of the end to the narrative they started in Iron Man. As they scramble out of their car, Hill begins to crumble and abruptly vanishes, leaving Fury on his own. The Avengers: Infinity War post-credits scene is no exception. The end of Avengers: Infinity War includes a sweet setup for next year's Marvel movies.
When a Marvel film ends, you sit patiently through the scrolling credits, letting name after name wash over your eyeballs, in anticipation of an extra treat at the end: the post-credit sequence. Even though Fury and Hill may be dead for the time being, other agents should have survived the snap and could come in handy soon. The culmination of this ten-year shared universe experiment should stand on the shoulders of the movies that came before it. Leave right now if you don't want to know what happens before you see the movie. But the effects of Thanos's finger-snap are reverberating across the galaxy and, one by one, people are disappearing at random. As Maria notes, the energy signatures marking the attack on Wakanda is much bigger than the one from New York. They watch their closest compatriots crumble into dust, expressions of shock and fear on their faces even as they fade away.
In a moment Marvel has probably been waiting for ever since they first cast Samuel L. Jackson and Maria Hill Cobie Smulders are just learning about the happenings in Wakanda when they witness the repercussions of the battle first hand. First of all there's only one after-credits scene, at the very end of the credits -- there's no mid-credits scene. The implication is that big bad has succeeded in his plan to kill off half the universe, and Fury and Hill are also victims. The symbol that flashes up on the screen is the insignia of Captain Marvel, the yet to be introduced mega-superhero to be played by Brie Larson. And it only has one credits-adjacent scene, at the very end. The contents of the scene are understandably being kept under wraps along with all the other major spoilers from Avengers: Infinity War.
Neither Hill nor Fury can call Control though, because both of them turn to dust, but not before Samuel L. Related: Avengers: Infinity War held its Los Angeles premiere this evening, and started screening for press in other major markets as well, marking the first time it has screened in full for audiences. Just as Nick Fury starts to disintegrate, he presses a device to alert someone. Or perhaps flying through space? They exit to see a helicopter fall out of the sky. Marvel has become known for using mid- and post-credit scenes to tease what's to come in its cinematic universe.