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– by Campbell Clark

After the dramatic events of Avengers: Infinity War, we have a massive amount of theories and ideas for how Avengers 4 is going to right the universe somehow, following the massive hit movie. The most compelling theories seem to involve time travel as we have already had some hints of this from the production.

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But what we don’t have, is information about what events go down in the two preceding movies to Avengers 4, those being Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel. We know for a fact that Captain Marvel will make her Avengers debut in Avengers 4 and that the stinger for Infinity War, was about setting up Captain Marvel. It’s, therefore, reasonable to assume her debut movie might shed some light on the theories for Avengers 4?

Captain Marvel star Samuel L Jackson thinks so anyway. In a recent interview to promote Incredibles 2 with Vulture, Jackson said he thinks he has worked out the ending to Avengers 4.

“Who’s really dead, and who’s really in the flaky wind of Marvel dust, I don’t know, but I do know there’s a solution that they didn’t even have to tell me, just because I know who Captain Marvel is and what all that means.”

I call this cheating, Mr. Jackson, you don’t get to play the speculation game like us fans, you have far too much information we are not exposed to. However, joking aside it does mean that we may start to be able to put the jigsaw pieces together a little more after we see Captain Marvel. At this point, we are waiting on a teaser or some actual promotional images of Captain Marvel as the movie isn’t out till March, closely followed in May by Avengers 4.

It certainly sounds like Cap (can we call her Cap, is it too soon?) will be the one saving the day in Avengers 4. And with the recent news about how amazingly powerful Captain Marvel is (she can move planets), then perhaps the mad Titan Thanos has finally met his match, but then again, maybe not?

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SOURCE: Vulture