8 Burning Questions We Have After The Avengers: Endgame Trailer

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Where’s Captain Marvel?

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Avengers: Infinity War‘s post-credits scene teased the arrival of Captain Marvel in the MCU when Nick Fury sent an S.O.S. to Carol Danvers. The implication was clear: she’s going to team up with the rest of the surviving heroes and help save the day in Avengers 4.

Seeing as we know that she’s set to show up in the film, you might have expected Marvel to capitalize on the popularity the character’s had since the hype for her own movie started up by featuring Brie Larson’s heroine in the Avengers: Endgame trailer. Especially given the fact that the second Captain Marvel trailer was released earlier this week, there could have been some synergy between the two. However, she was nowhere to be seen.

Presumably, Carol’s still on her way to Earth when Endgame kicks off. Though, given that there appears to have been a certain passage of time since the Snap, you have to wonder what’s taking her so long. Maybe Captain Marvel will clear up the situation a little when we get to see it next March?

Are Tony And Nebula On The Benatar Together?

The first minute of the Endgame trailer focuses solely on Tony Stark. Without food and drink and a limited air supply, he’s stranded in space and is recording a final message to Pepper on his Iron Man helmet. Clearly, he doesn’t expect to make it back to Earth.

We have lots of questions about this situation as it is, but things get more complicated when Nebula’s shown later on in the trailer. Apparently, both Tony and Thanos’ other daughter are on the Benatar, the Guardians of the Galaxy’s second spaceship. That suggests that, as you’d expect, the pair are traveling off Titan together. However, if that’s the case, why are they stranded?

While it makes sense for Tony to struggle to pilot the vessel, Nebula knows her way around a spaceship and would surely be able to steer it back to Earth, or at least another world to get rations and more fuel. The other option is that Tony’s on his own in that first clip and Nebula’s scene on the Benatar happens from another point in the movie. But, if that’s the case, why didn’t they hitch a ride together?

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