The latest MCU release is officially in theaters and the script has been translated into its predecessor.
2019s Captain Marvel was more popular with critics than with audiences. In contrast, The Marvels, is clearly popular with audiences but not so much with critics. As audience members ourselves, we’re firmly in the “slightly uneven but very fun” camp regarding the late 2023 release.
The Marvels It’s a fun ride, no matter how you feel about the woman, the villain or the plot twist. It’s worth continuing Captain Marvel, and it could be the best film in fact, thanks to its wonderfully blended cast and intriguing – if rushed – premise. Its conclusion sets the stage for a series of MCU releases to come, but anyone without an ongoing eye on Marvel’s big-screen future might be underwhelmed by those final scenes.
There are technically two separate scenes that could throw viewers for a loop here, so let’s break them down one by one.
The Marvels ended
First, let’s introduce a team I’ve been betting championships on for years. In his final moments The Marvels We see a familiar purple-clad figure arriving home, greeted only by the one and only Kamala Khan. That figure, that dog, and those arrows belong to Kate Bishop, Hawkeye’s mentor and one of the original members of the Young Avengers.
That’s right people, it’s happening. The Young Avengers were officially confirmed in that short, sweet scene between Kamala and Kate. Kamala, who informs Nick Fury, informs Kate that she is putting together a team of young warriors, and asks Kate if she would be interested in joining. Cassie Lang appears to be another recruit to be made, and we can assume that many others — including America Chavez and Eli Bradley — will eventually join them.
The scene was short and sweet and, for those viewers who don’t have an encyclopedic knowledge of the Young Avengers, it was likely to be somewhat confusing. However, it’s also a fun homage to the MCU’s original post-credits scene between Tony Stark and Nick Fury and sets up a future we’ve been waiting for since the beginning.
The Marvels post credit scene
Then we have what could be the most confusing moment in all of it The Marvels — Monica’s final scene. Anyone who sees the film will remember that in order to close a rip that could close a universe break in space-time, Monica had to arrest herself for a long time, much out of town. We didn’t know exactly where she might end up, but we did get a big clue about the end of the movie.
Monica wakes up in a hospital bed with none other than her mother by her side. Considering that Maria Rambeau died several years back – although Monica was gone, but no less – there were many unexpected cameos. It’s even more unexpected when Maria doesn’t recognize Monica, but also reveals that she’s in an unfamiliar superhero costume. Big blue Beast’s entrance is also a trip, but we’ve been waiting for the big X-Men debut for years at this point.
So let’s touch on Monica’s situation. She is now trapped on one side of a sealed rift in space-time, in a universe where her mother is not a mother but a superhero. Not Captain Marvel, as she was in Multiverse of Madness, but Binary, a different identity taken by Carol Danvers in Marvel comics. This time, that identity belongs to Maria Rambeau.
Then there’s Frasier Beast. It looked a little too CGI’d, but I’ve been waiting so long to greet the big fuzzy face that it’s hard to be mad. Beast, in his brief time on screen, reveals that Monica and her new friends exist in an alternate universe with Earth-616.
That leaves us with Monica alive and well but stuck in another plane, alongside one of the most anticipated teams in the entire MCU. She is far from the other team she was introduced to The Marvelsbut — given Kamala’s status as a mutant — it feels like a global collision is inevitable.
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