There's been a lot of nonsense spread on the Internet by vile humans about Captain Marvel in the last few weeks - people attacking Brie Larson at every opportunity (claiming the Oscar-winning actress cannot act, calling her ugly, saying she looks like a drug addict, twisting her words to claim she "hates white men", attacking to the point where one person's tweet went viral comparing her to Hitler), attacking the film at every opportunity, trying to stop it from succeeding by sabotaging website scores to attempt to convince causal site-users that people are not interested in the film or think it is bad, and then when it succeeded, trying to claim it didn't. The spread of lies are disgusting and frustrating, and the twisting of facts are awful.
This video is important if you have seen any of those ridiculous lies trying to take down Captain Marvel's success.
Dan Murrell is an incredibly good man who is so devoted to the truth and facts, and I wanted to spread this to all of you for your information, to help stop anyone from being sucked in by this disgusting nonsense. Be it to help you understand the facts, or so you have a resource to help someone else understand the facts, to correct this narrative is important, and these Internet liars need to be held accountable, not just for Captain Marvel, but for everything else they try to sabotage more and more often these days.
I hope this helps people, and it's very interesting anyway.
Do you think the Avengers broadcasted what happened to the Snap victims on TV to the people of Earth. (Was the emergency message in Antman/Wasp the Avengers saying Thanos killed 50% of all life)?
Also how many people died because other people were snapped away? Think about it:
Earth population: 8 billion
Thanos snapped: 4 billion away
Left after snap: 4 billion
However some people who were snapped away were pilots, doctors, firefighters, police, military, EMT, driving at the time. Heck even parents who were snapped left babies behind who might be too young to care for themselves, same with old people who needed help.
You add all of those people up as victims and it could be another million dead (plane & car crashes, people dying in a fire, or on the operating table, babies and old people starving, one country blaming another for the Snap victims starting a war, ECT)
What do you think?
Name: Carol Danvers
Alias: Captain Marvel
First Appearance: Captain Marvel
Latest Appearance: Captain Marvel
Portrayed By: Brie Larson
"I used to believe your lies, but the Skrulls are just fighting for a home. You’re talking about destroying them because they won’t submit to your rule. And neither will I."
How you feel about her, do you like her, what about the actor, favourite moment with her etc. Make sure to comment below any characters you want to discuss in depth next time.
What's your opinions on this character?
Continuing the "Scene Discussion" is first ever post credit scene in the MCU, where Nick Fury meets Tony Stark to discuss an idea for a team.
Spoilers for Captain Marvel may follow
Let's discuss! How do you feel about this scene? Did you see this scene in theatres? What was your reaction? How do you like the Captain Marvel tie-in with the name?
Leave your thoughts on this scene down below, and make sure to leave any suggestions of scenes that you would like to discuss in future posts.
With Avengers: Endgame coming out in almost a month, many fans have wondered who the main villain is. Thanos? Nah, at least not the main one. Last we saw him was in peace and some could assume he was remorseful for his destructive actions. I mean, the Black Order, are all deceased. I am doubtful that Avengers 4 will somewhat have a replay of the events of Infinity War in which Thanos has his army against the Avengers. It could happen, but that could defeat the purpose of Avengers 4. The Russo Brothers have been discreet about the plot of Endgame as well as Marvel.
In my opinion, the true villain of this whole saga are nothing other than the Infinity Stones. Let's think about it, Supreme beings come into contact with these stones through war and violence (at least with the Reality, Power, and Mind Stone). We saw that the Asgardians procured the Aether from the Dark Elves after defeating them in The Dark World. We don't know how the Tesseract came into the possession of Odin, how the Time Stone came into the possession into the Masters of the Mystic Arts, or how any of the other stones ended up where they were. The use of an Infinity Stone results in destruction or death, as seen in Guardians of the Galaxy. Now we are unsure as to how Thanos originally located the Mind Stone. It is possible that it came to him and has been possessing him ever since. If Thanos did encounter this artifact during his childhood, it would explain how he knew about the existence of the stones. Thor: Ragnarok weirdly included a fake Infinity Gauntlet in Odin's Vault. The predominant theory is that Odin once found all the Infinity Stones and upon realizing their true power, he scattered them across the universe. This could explain how Hela knew that the Infinity Gauntlet on display was fake and that the Tesseract was not bad. Also interesting is that Red Skull mentioned that the Infinity Stones give its owner some sort of wisdom.
Let's not forget that with Captain Marvel and possibly with an undead army of Asgardians and Thor, Thanos could be easily outmached, so there would have to be another villain, unless Thanos resurrects his army with the waning powers of the stones. And oddly, the trailers barely show footage of him.
In Captain Marvel we see Nick Fury loose its eye. However, Fury is depicted as a guy at S.H.I.E.L.D. before he even becomes the director. Yet in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Alexander Pierce promotes Nick Fury as director after saving him. But here's a picture where Pierce honours Fury, and we see him, clearly, with two eyes. If Nick Fury becomes the director after loosing his eye, then how does this image exist? Sounds a plot hole to me. Unless he was promoted as director after loosing his eye and this picture is unrelated to the subject, or maybe this picture was the honouring of Fury after saving Pierce, and this indirectly led to a trust path that made him a director of S.H.I.E.L.D., after the events of Captain Marvel. Yet, if this picture is set before Captain Marvel, then it must be a considerable amount of time before, because he is bald, and Fury must let his hair grow for quite a time until Captain Marvel arrives.
Its a plot hole, and one I was worried even before Captain Marvel was released, so they really didn't gave a damn about this detail.