Kevin Feige, the chief of the Marvel Studio dropped a big hint on Captain Marvel's sequel.
As of now, Captain Marvel is triumphing over at the box-office window. The film has been revered as most the successful entry of 2019 to date. Now that the movie has grossed $455+ million at the global box office, it should provide enough assurance for the production team to carry on with the film’s sequel project.
When Entertainment Tonight rushed towards Marvel Studio boss, Kevin Feige with a similar topic, the producer offered somewhat of a concurring statement.
Feige suggested Carol Danvers may have more stories to tell from her 20 years of absence she took before finally appearing in the team Avengers. Additionally, when ET raised another question whether Carol has really managed to end the Kree-Skrull War, Feige forwarded a reminder saying the character’s immediate future is still more or less of a blank canvas:
“Well, we don’t know what Danvers did? She said she was going to and she went for the sky at the end, and then we take a huge leap into the future. What happened in between that time, I think, is something that would be a lot of fun to delve into. But for now, that’s the story for some other time.”
The producer may not have revealed much about the sequel, but if one is to have a second glance at the next half of Captain Marvel, then it seems quite obvious there is still much to come from the Warbird’s arc; be it either in a joint verse or in a standalone sequel.
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For instance, Ronan the Accuser might serve as the next baddie for the Captain Marvel follow-up movie since in the first movie, he is shown to have had taken an interest in Carol’s newfound abilities. On the same note, its also possible that Supreme Intelligence and Yon-Rogg may come up once again with their new menacing agenda.
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Then, of course, there are always the Skrulls who proved that appearances can be misleading in more ways than the obvious. Initially, everybody hoped of seeing Captain Marvel drawing most of the plot line from the Secret Invasion, but that forecast was eventually wronged by the movie, itself.
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Nevertheless, this could be just a strategy from the writing members to include the Invasion story in the next CM movie. Marvel may confine the news of the sequel until the theatrical days of Avengers: Endgame; but considering the mid-credit scene of Captain Marvel, Carol is pretty much likely to reappear within a month once the Endgame hits the theaters on 26th of April.