CAPTAIN MARVEL Full Movie Breakdown! Easter Eggs & Details You Missed!

CAPTAIN MARVEL Full Movie Breakdown! Easter Eggs & Details You Missed!


Hi, I’m Eric Voss And Captain Marvel ain’t just an origin story
for Captain Marvel, the newest hero to join the Avengers, it’s also an origin story for Nick Fury and Phil Coulson! Uncannily deep faked into children, because this movie ties into the MCU
in so many interesting ways. Subtle nods to the Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers, Winter Soldier, even the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Maybe even saying where the MCU could go beyond Endgame! So let’s re-watch this movie scene-by-scene break it all down for all the Easter eggs and
film-making details that you might’ve missed Spoiler warning, in case you haven’t
seen Captain Marvel yet I will ruin your life.
Let’s get started. OK. Before this movie even begins,
there’s a big Marvel shout-out In the form of a tribute to the late, great Stan Lee With this being the first Marvel Studios film release
since his passing. The studio’s title sequence
has replaced the various Avengers with Stan from his many cameos.
Including: the FedEX driver in Civil War, *Stan Lee impression*
Package for Tony Stank as Hugh Hefner in the first Iron Man, the Sakaar barber in Ragnarok, the World War II general in the first Captain America, and the drunk vet. in Age of Ultron. Also, the guy on the bus in Doctor Strange.
Tons of others. It’s a touching memorial, but I just love how this reminds us how Stan is an actual physical person! Physically many people throughout this whole movie universe And despite his departure from our world, his presence still lives on in the cinematic world The opening frame show us the cryptic dream of
our hero, Carol Danvers (Brie Larsen), as she tries to piece together her past A mysterious accident that led to gaining super-natural abilities It’s fitting that this movie using this whole
‘fractured memory’ device, because in the comics Captain Marvel’s whole history is ridiculously complicated. Originally, the character was male, a Kree warrior known as Mar-Vell. I know, it’s goofy,
but there already was a Captain Marvel in comics; the DC hero, who the young Billy Batson turns into
when he says “SHAZAM!” Over time Marvel was able to stick to the name
‘Captain Marvel’ for their hero and DC just started calling their guy ‘Shazam’ And it’s not at all confusing that
movies for Captain Marvel and Shazam are released with a month of each other Anyway Captain Marvel had a female counterpart named Ms. Marvel over the years. With an interesting wardrobe And a few decades later,
Captain Marvel was relaunched as a United States Air Force pilot, Carol Danvers Who directly took on the Kree powers
and the mantle of ‘Captain Marvel’ Which had been a very popular series by comic writer Kelly Sue DeConnick Here Annet Bening plays the Kree scientist
named Mar-Vell, who brings Danvers into the fold;
we’ll get to her backstory later Danvers, or as she’s known here ‘Vers’ from the second half of her last-name
on her severed dog-tag, Wakes up on the Kree planet of Hala. The Kree are a race of genetically superior warriors and they’re locked in a perennial war with the Skrull, a race of shapeshifters The Kree have shown up in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,
as well as the Guardians of the Galaxy movies like Ronan the Accuser and Korath are Kree
who show up in both films. In Captain marvel they’re still part of the Kree military Later on, in Guardians, they’ll be extremists
disavowed by the Kree leadership. But still, the Kree race
has never been cast in a positive light. “He is slaughtering children. Families.” “*That* is your business.” “Now, I have other matters to attend to.” “Prick.” Actually, early drafts of the first Guardians of the Galaxy and of this movie were written by the same screenwriter, Nicole Perlman. So they do share a sort of DNA For example, just as they do in the Guardians movies, every time a new planet or location is introduced, notice how navigation co-ordinates appear beneath the name of the place. Vers spars with her mentor, Jude Laws’ character His name wasn’t really spoken aloud much,
but it is Yon-Rogg And that’s because Yon-Rogg is Captain Marvel’s long-time Kree nemesis in the comics and we later find out that this guy is a bad guy As they spar Vers is prevented from powering up fully by this inhibitor ship in her neck This is similar to the inhibitor that was used on Quake
in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. A show where a lot of the gadgetry could have been base don Kree technology. Vers meets with the Kree Supreme Intelligence; it’s an A.I. authority that, in the comics,
takes the form of a Zordon-y disembodied face But here, it takes on a different form to each Kree; whomever they most admire. For Vers it’s Annet Bening (Mar-Vell), as a way for her subconscious try to help her unlock the truth of her past But this could also be a manipulation by
the Supreme Intelligence Perhaps as a way to further confuse Vers about Annet Bening showing up in her dreams Like if you have sex dreams about your teacher You would probably assume it’s a weird coincidence of someone you see all the time slipping
into your subconscious. And not that your teacher really was someone
you slept with in the past that you just blocked out. By the way, nice. *South Park “Nice” montage* In the comics, the Supreme Intelligence is
cruelly manipulative, just like this And actually turns out to have orchestrated
a self-genocide on the Kree race To force the survivors to evolve
and break out of their genetic stagnation Not very nice. The Supreme Intelligence assigns Vers to the Star Force Which is kind of like SEAL Team Six of the Kree military They’re led by Yon-Rogg. They also include: Korath (Djimon Hounsou) Minn-Erva, Gemma Chan’s character, she’s a Kree geneticist in the comics Att-Lass, Captain Atlus from the comics
played by Algenis Perez Soto And Bron-Char! Played by Rune Temte In the comics, Bron-Char wasn’t really
a member of the Star force, but his claim to fame was he was a Kree soldier who broke one of Captain America’s shields Also notice how the production designers of this movie use the same sets and backdrops of Hala that we saw behind the Kree delegate in
Guardians of the Galaxy. Great consistency. And when the Star Force ships depart Hala,
they pass through these hexagonal wormholes This is also a production design detail from the Guardians movies In Volume 2, Rocket, Groot, Yondu and Kraglin used the same intergalactic travel technology The mission is the extraction of a spy
from the planet Torfa It’s a location also from the comics.
Actually a Skrull refugee planet Hinting that these Skrull that they find are
actually refugees, not hostile invaders. Also, Torfa is known for a toxic atmosphere caused by vibranium. Suggesting that this planet could have been formed by the same astronomical event that caused that vibranium meteorite
that struck Wakanda on Earth. During this mission we see how Vers’ Kree suit
projects a mask over her face. This looks a lot like the same technology
that Peter Quill uses for his mask. And that whole spacesuit that they use in Volume 2. They all got it from the Kree. This mission of course ends up being a trap, for the Skrull to capture Vers and scrub her memories The Skrull are led by Talos,
not the pronunciation I thought it was gonna be, played by Ben Mendelsohn. Now, in the comics he’s known as Talos the Untamed He’s got a fierce reputation, a Skrull warrior But that changes when he gets captured by the Kree and refuses to commit their whole ritualistic suicide where they shift into the face of their captor And this all earns him the name ‘Talos the Tamed’ Burn. Similarly in this movie,
Talos does work with some of the Kree But really the Skrull, as we see them in this movie, have been changed drastically
from what we know from comics. Vers relives her memories as Carol Danvers,
U.S. Air Force pilot Alongside her friend maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch) Notice how Maria’s call sign is “Photon” That’s a nod to her daughter, Monica Rambeau Who grows up to become the Marvel hero Photon;
a.k.a. Pulsar She also takes on the mantle of
Captain Marvel at one point She’s a major figure in the New Avengers and perhaps a hero in the future Avengers films If you look closely, one of the memories
features her stargazing with young Monica as a shooting star zips across the night sky And this brings up an interesting question
about the whole timeline of this movie The main events are set in 1995 6 years after Carol left Earth in 1989 If Carol and Monica are seeing this shooting star,
say a year before she went missing This could actually be Yondu’s ship,
when he kidnapped a young Peter Quill That was in 1988 And that is in Missouri, which isn’t that far from Louisiana where the Rambeau home is Carol calls Monica “Lieutenant Trouble”,
which is also from the comics. It’s a nickname given to Kit Renner Who’s a huge fan of Captain Marvel,
who like Monica in this movie helps Carol recover her memories after amnesia Now the target memory for Talos features
Dr. Wendy Lawson, the Earth alias of Mar-Vell The project she works on is Pegasus,
which should sound familiar to you Pegasus is the operation initiated by
the World Security Council tasked with researching and weaponising the Tesseract We actually saw the end of the Pegasus project
at the beginning of the Avengers movie and Tony Stark mentioned it in Iron Man 2 “I need some stuff out of storage.” “Get me everything from projects
Pegasus, Exodus and Goliath.” Lawson appears to work for
an early incarnation of Pegasus A joint operation between
the U.S. Air Force and NASA Before it became a S.H.I.E.L.D. operation Where, in the comics at least,
it was an acronym that stood for: Potential Energy Group/Alternate Source/United States Mouthful. Breaking free from her memory scrub,
Vers takes an escape pod to the planet’s surface Which turns out to be C-53,
a.k.a. Erf *derp face* Now, the listed co-ordinates for Earth,
like all of the co-ordinates in this movie, appear to be just random numbers and letters But as we learned during our Easter egg hunts
in the Guardians movies These co-ordinates might be code for something. All I could find was that E.R.D.E., Erde
is a German word for Earth I dunno. Let me know if you find anything else And now that she has returned to Erde, I’m just gonna call Vers “Carol” Even though she doesn’t yet remember
that her name is Carol It’s just because I think “Vers” sounds really stupid. CAROL crash lands in a Blockbuster Video That’s the first of many 90s references in
Captain Marvel And this didn’t rebrand its name to just “Blockbuster” until 1996, which is the year after this movie takes place The movie titles visible around this Blockbuster include: Last Action Hero and a standy for True Lies The directors for this movie,
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck said that 90s action movies like these
were big influences Other influences included action movies like: Total Recall Independence Day Men in Black Now, the movie title that she picks up is The Right Stuff And that is actually a book and a film about air force pilots who train to be the first NASA astronauts Similar to Carol’s function as an air force pilot,
working on a joint mission with NASA Outside Carol talks to this security guard in a parking-lot She asks if he’s in charge of security for this district And says sort of, the movie theatre has its own guy Now there’s actually a great inside joke
that goes along with this, but before I get to that **Really long sponsor segment** OK. Back to the security guard. This is actually a cameo by Barry Curtis The director of on-set security for all of the Marvel films This guy’s responsible for
preventing leaks on Marvel’s end But as he says here, not responsible security in movie theatres themselves By the way, this I think, is the Barry that
Mark Ruffalo was worried about pissing off When he spoiled the ending of Infinity War “Wait ’til you see this next one. Everybody dies.” “Dude!” “Is Barry gonna be mad at me?” Ah, I love that clip Carol also mentions having a universal translator Which is another nod to the
Guardians of the Galaxy movies In which James Gunn established that all the alien races in this universe communicate via universal translators As Carol uses parts from a RadioShack GameBoy to rig up a way to communicate with the Star Force The wall behind her is covered in posters Including some 90s “Rock the Vote” signs And a poster for The Smashing Pumpkins 1995 album “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” This could be a nod to Brie Larson’s past role as
Envy Adams in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Which was adapted from the comics in which her character debuted in an issue titled
“The Infinite Sadness” Next arrives the other Marvel heroes
who get their origins in this movie: S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Nick Fury and Phil Coulson With Samuel L. Jackson and Clark Gregg Digitally de-aged for their roles Marvel’s using the same process that they used on Robert Downy Jr in Civil War Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer and Laurence Fishburne in the Ant-Man movies And Kurt Russell in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 But here the VFX artists had to keep this up
for the whole movie Not just limited parts of it Jackson wore a wig and motion trackers on his face But the guy was nearly 70 and they de-aged him so well Ad for the more action heavy shots The production actually swapped in
stunt actor Kiante Elam who actually played
one of the extremist soldiers in Iron Man 3 This leads to a chase through
the street and metro lines of L.A. Which the directors based on the famous sequence in The French Connection In which, Gene Hackman chased down a train car
from the street level below The moment where Carol searches
through the train car for her target Is a recreation of Hackman’s search in that movie Sitting in this car is, of course, Stan Lee Making his traditional cameo He’s reading the script for the Kevin Smith movie “Mallrats” Which he would make one of his first ever cameos in later in 1995 That’s why he’s actually credited as Stan Lee
in the credits of this movie And he rehearses the line
*Stan impression* “Trust me true believer” Which is actually what he tells Jason Lee in Mallrats *Genuine Stan* “Trust me true believer” Kevin Smith said that when he saw this while he was watching Captain Marvel it brought him to tears Now, this fight between Carol and the old lady Skrull
is one of the highlights of the movie Carol knows that she’s a Skrull because, of course,
she passed by the real old lady earlier on the platform And this fight is vicious! I love how you can see the woman’s glasses
flying off her face when she gets punched And the directors said they included a take where her dentures flew out when her head hit the pole Actually, these flips and kicks are performed
on an actual moving train car by stunt performers They’re sisters, Renae and Heidi Moneymaker The directors also just did a really good job Pacing this fight between quick paced action and pauses for character reactions Resulting in this intense growl from the Skrull
in the middle of the fight And when the other passengers hold Carol back Notice how the man behind her in a suit,
kinda looks different between takes That’s because in the earlier shot this was an extra But in the close up
the guy who gets hit is a different actor actually the movie’s fight coordinator, Walter Garcia He had to dress up like the original extra when they reshot this scene
so they could add this little moment When Carol gets off the train,
she passes this red-haired woman with glasses This is a cameo by the Captain Marvel comic writer
I mentioned earlier, Kelly Sue DeConnick The one responsible for
this whole incarnation of the character As the Skrull who posed as Coulson
undergoes the autopsy The S.H.I.E.L.D. medical officer
is played by actor Nelson Franklin Who appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
as agent Steve Wilson of the ATCU An entity that deals with Inhumans,
though I don’t think it’s the same character here Carol steals a motorcycle and gets
a new change of clothes from that mannequin I actually think an earlier version of this scene
had her steal the guy’s clothes too In what might have been a reference to The Terminator Underneath the jacket she wears
this Nine Inch Nails t-shirt. A nod to the 90s band And the directors actually had to get special permission from Trent Reznor to feature this shirt Carol meets Fury at the Poncho bar And Poncho’s is actually the name of a bar
mentioned in The Right Stuff Near Edwards Air Force Base in California
where Air Force pilots would go hangout The film’s production put this Poncho’s sign
over a different restaurant The Zebra Lounge, which is also located in this area Poncho’s has a bunch of photos
of airplanes on the walls And some of you asked in one of these is the Valkyrie, the Hydra bomber That Captain America flew at the end of his movie It’s actually a Northrop YB-49 bomber
that was commissioned after World War II And, yeah, it would be a little weird for this Air Force bar to have Hydra bombers on the wall Carol and Fury get to know each other And he says that before working for S.H.I.E.L.D.
he was a cold war era spy Who worked in Belfast Bukareszt Belgrade Budapest He likes the Bs And we actually learn another
B-named Fury outpost in Winter Soldier When Cap’ meets secretary Pierce “That photo was taken 5 years after Nick and I met” “When I was at state department in Bogotá” Also it’s interesting that Fury brought up Budapest Because Marvel fans know, this could be a nod to another famous mission in Budapest Referenced by Hawkeye and Black Widow in
The Avengers “Just like Budapest all over again” “You and I remember Budapest very differently” Though, given the age difference here Fury’s Budapest mission was probably way earlier than whatever mission Clint and Natasha were a part of Hopefully we’ll see whole Budapest backstory
in Black Widow’s upcoming solo film Which is rumoured to take place
a few years before Iron Man in 2008 To prove he’s not a Skrull, Fury tells Carol
that he can’t eat toast if it’s cut diagonally I love this detail, because if you look closely
at a specific shot in Age of Ultron When Fury’s with the Avengers on the Barton farm He’s cutting bread and some of you said
that it looked like it was being cut diagonally But no! When he picks up the bread,
it’s definitely cut down the middle Not diagonally. Fury takes Carol to the Pegasus base in the desert And he confirms that his full name is
Nicholas Joseph Fury, which is the case in the comics. Also, if you look closely at his badge,
it lists them as level 03 Now, that’s pretty low for S.H.I.E.L.D. agents,
last time Fury was a part of S.H.I.E.L.D. he was level 10 So putting him at level 03 here means that Fury wouldn’t have
the same security clearance to know everything what’s going on with Pegasus
and what Dr. Lawson’s research was all about Now, it’s not clear if this Pegasus base is the exact same one that we saw at the beginning of The Avengers But, both are located in the Mojave Desert in California But if you look at the terrain surrounding the whole
joint dark energy mission facility, it’s a lot flatter Whereas this is more rugged Fury and Carol explore the records archives
and they run into Goose the cat In the earlier memory, it was established that
he was a pet of Mar-Vell And I guess he’s still roaming this facility
6 years after she’s gone Now, in the comics, Carol Danvers’ cat is named “Chewie” Like the Wookie and brands of oatmeal bars But here they named him Goose
after the character in Top Gun In both instances, this cat is actually a Flerken An alien species that resembles and Earth cat They have tentacles in their mouths They’re able to swallow large quantities In the comics, it’s Rocket who outs the Flerken
and freaks out Here, later on in this movie, it’s Talos Carol looks through Lawson’s records and plans
for a light-speed engine And realises from her notes that she was a Kree And the movie actually teases a final reveal here If you look at the old photograph of Carol You can almost make out that her call sign,
on the side of her jet, says “Avenger” Talos arrives And the fact that he calls Fury “Nicholas”
tips off Fury that he’s a shapeshifter Leading to this whole fight Now, there’s an odd detail during this In the scuffle, Fury defensively
unloads the clip from Talos’ gun But when he gets a hold of the gun later
he pulls the trigger on it Now, I was thinking maybe Fury thought
one bullet could have been left in the chamber But the directors acknowledge that Fury
just did this in the heat of the moment Which is also probably why
Fury angrily throws the gun at him Fury’s saved when Carol
hits Talos with her photon blasts Now listen closely to the sound design here *sound with deep, rumbling thunder* You can kinda hear a rumble of thunder and overall it sounds a lot more organic
compared to the sound of Iron Man’s repulsors *high whining charge followed by a deep “pew”* The directors wanted photon blasts
to sound more organic, more natural Coming from within Carol’s body As opposed to the precise, mechanical,
defibrillator charge sound that Tony Stark’s armour has Carol and Fury escape in this jet Which is a predecessor to the Quinjet
that S.H.I.E.L.D. will use later on This is a fourth generation called the Quadjet I look forward to the sixth generation model
The Sexjet They arrive in Louisianna
where Carol reunites with Maria and Monica Rambeau Talos surprises them
But if you look closely The cup he’s sipping from is the same design pattern
on the Big Kahuna Burger cup That Jackson sips in Pulp Fiction Talos says he stands before them as his true self Whereas in the scene before with Ben Mendelsohn’s actual appearance, that was an imposter Now, notice how Mendelsohn in his Skrull form
speaks with his natural Australian accent Whereas the human used his American accent So now this is, in a way, his true form Talos helps Carol understand the truth With a black-box recording proving that Yon-Rogg and the Kree Star Force were the ones
who shot down Carol and Mar-Vell They pull this up from an old-school desktop CD-ROM that takes forever to load Part of the movie’s running joke of 90s computer tech Like earlier we saw the AltaVista internet search engine Carol finally recalls the origin of her powers An explosion from Kree tech;
a light-speed engine built by Mar-Vell Now, this is similar to Carol’s origin in the comics With the death of Mar-Vell
and an explosion leading to her powers But the twist here is that the Skrull aren’t the evil empire that the Kree propaganda suggested They’re actually refugees whom Mar-Vell was trying to help find a new home world away from the Kree.
Using a light-speed engine Carol was brainwashed by Yon-Rogg
using Kree blood transfusin and memory wipes Now this is actually the same process that Nick Fury will later use to revive Coulson in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. After his death in Avengers Kree blood Memory wipe Perhaps Fury learned this process was possible from what ahppened with Carol Danvers Carol works with Monica to help decide on
a new colour scheme for her suit Now that she no longer aligns herself with the Kree One of the options is red and yellow Which Monica says “no” to Perhaps because this is a colour scheme
of the other “Captain Marvel”, Shazam Another option is green and white Which is actually the colour scheme of
the original Mar-Vell’s Kree armour in the comics And they head off to Mar-Vell’s space lab
cloaked in orbit around Earth Here they find the energy core that powered Mar-Vell’s original light-speed machine TA-DA!
The Tesseract a.k.a. the Space Stone
One of the Infinity Stones It, of course, has the power to open rifts in space and transport you anywhere in the universe Its existence here is interesting Because in the Marvel timeline The last known appearance of the Tesseract was when Howard Stark recovered it from the ocean floor At the end of Captain America He presumably studied it for years thereafter But now this movie is suggesting that it ended up in the hands of Dr. Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell I’ll actually dig deeper into this whole Tesseract timeline in another video I’m working on One interesting thing to note here is that if the Tesseract powered the light-speed engine that exploded and gave Carol her powers You could argue that carol’s powers
came from the Space Stone itself In Infinity War, we learn that because Scarlet Witch’s powers were derived from an Infinity Stone She could destroy said Infinity Stone So perhaps this means that Captain Marvel
could also destroy Stones Potentially giving her a unique advantage in Endgame This lab is littered with 90s era toys because it contains hidden Skrull refugees and children One of these toys is a Happy Days “Fonz” lunch box That’s what they used to store the Tesseract But you can also see these troll dolls Now, in the past I’ve speculated over
another possible link between Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel A throwaway line from Peter Quill about
a Kree girl he hooked up with “Right here a Kree girl tried to rip out my thorax” Now, we don’t know where Captain Marvel’s
heading off to in this ship at the end of the movie Or where in the Galaxy she travelled throughout the mid-90s and 2018
when she meets the Avengers in that post-credit scene But we do know that Peter Quill hooked up with
some very aggressive Kree girl or a human Earth girl who he thinks is Kree And we know that Quill had at least one troll doll, because he used one to troll Yondu So maybe a Captain Marvel sequel or a
Guardians of the Galaxy prequel could show this whole fling In this scene we can also see a Space Invaders pinball machine but notice how the props department changed the art on the back of it Perhaps because the original pinball machine
of Space Invaders essentially stole the design of the Alien Xenomorph The Kree arrive and for Carol back into stasis
with the Supreme Intelligence But Carol breaks out by overpowering her inhibitor chip And she gives off this golden glow She’s super charged In the comics, this is called “going binary” Because Captain Marvel gets her power
from the energy of a white hole The theoretical opposite of a black hole In which infinite amounts of matter and energy
beam out of it Carol blows back the other Kree She tells Fury to “Take the Tesseract. Leave the lunch box.” A nod to the Godfather quote
“Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.” Fury doesn’t want to touch it, so Goose swallows it! Awesome! This actually echoes a joke by
Bruce banner in The Avengers “What does Fury want me to do? Swallow it?” Uh-Oh, Ruffo spoiling future events again.
Somebody call Barry As Carol goes full binary Wipes out the Kree warships Including the bombing raid by Ronan Fury and Maria return to Earth And as Fury takes Goose he tells the Flerken
“I’m trusting you not to eat me” Now if you’ve been watching my videos
in recent months You’ll know that I gave a loud “HA!” to that line Specifically the word “trust” Yeah, roll the clip “Last time I trusted someone, I lost an eye” Fury trusted Goose who then
scratched his eye out One of the few predictions I made for a movie
that, shockingly, came true It also confirms why the wound over Fury’s eye
was in the shape of a scratch from a cat paw Fury shouts “Mother Flerken!” because it’s Sam Jackson
He’s gotta work in a “Mother *beep*” in there It’s also a nod to the way “Flerken”
is used as a profanity in the comics Like when Carol says “no one steals my Flerken cat!” After Carol destroys all of Ronan’s bombs She stares him down from space
and he promises to return for her So that explains why we don’t see him become
the whole rogue extremist that he is in Guardians yet in this movie Presumably there’s more story to tell with him
in a future Captain Marvel film Back on Earth Maria and Fury escape the pursuing Kree ship
through a canyon It’s very evocative of the Captain Hiller
dog fight in Independence Day And when Carol confronts Yon-Rogg in the desert,
she drags him back to his ship Similar to how Hiller “welcome to Earth” ‘s the alien
and drags him across the desert As they wind down back at the Rambeau house Fury tells Carol to go by a new name And although the words “Captain Marvel”
is never said out loud in this movie Fury does give her the inspiration by singing
the Marvelettes “Please Mr. Postman” Now you may know this song from the Vine meme *Memeing it up* This would be the second time in recent memory a Marvel origin movie referenced a Vine meme After Shuri’s “What are those?” line in Black Panther *Reference meme* Also Carol returns Fury’s pager Which she confiscated earlier after he used it to call her into Talos She spruced it up to boost its signal across galaxies Setting up the post-credit scene in Infinity War
and in this movie Check out my other video for more details that
you might have missed in the post-credit scene And that brings us to the final scene in Nick Fury’s office Coulson brings Fury various options for a prosthetic eye to replace the one that Goose scratched out But Fury prefers his eye patch Most likely because he likes this whole bad ass myth narrative that he lost it during a Kree interrogation But there could be another reason Like Fury now knows that Skrull shapeshifters exist in this universe The ones that he met were relatively friendly But there may be others out there
with more nefarious goals This scratched eye is one unique marker on Nick Fury If he keeps it covered with the patch There’s no way any Skrull could know, from sight alone, what his eye wound look like So if S.H.I.E.L.D. were compromised in the future And a Skrull tried to copy Nick Fury, all the real Nick Fury would have to do is lift his eye patch As a way to prove that he is the real one The final detail dovetails this movie
directly into The Avengers saga Fury’s writing up his proposal for
“The Protector Initiative” His and Coulson’s idea to find other heroes
like Captain Marvel out there to protect Earth But upon seeing her call sign in her old photo “Avenger” He re-names this initiative If you listen closely to the music, you can hear
Alan Silvestri’s iconic march of The Avengers’ theme But to be honest, we never do see what he writes Could have been anything The Flerken Initiative Who knows But I’m curious to know from you guys
Which spinoff story would you like to see next? Captain Marvel vs the whole Kree and
the Supreme Intelligence and Hala? Or maybe a prequel with
Carol and the Guardians of the Galaxy? Or a new Skrull secret invasion storyline? With some other, more evil, terror cell And if secret invasion Which Marvel hero do you want to be established as a Skrull in disguise all this time? And why is it Hawkeye? Let the guy live in peace. Comment down below with your thoughts Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @EAVoss Subscribe to this channel New Rockstars on YouTube and subscribe to our podcast
wherever you listen to podcasts If you live in the L.A. area check out my live comedy show darkest timeline every first Friday of the month Thanks for watching mother Flerkens! *roll credits* Eric starts a lot of sentences with “Now” and “Actually”. *Thanks to IMDB, Wikipedia and the MCU Wikia for helping with spelling actors’ names, place names* *and weird comic stuff*

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