Avengers: Endgame CinemaCon Footage Reveals Heroes' True Reaction To Captain Marvel

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We already know that Thor gets to meet Captain Marvel, thanks to the Avengers: Endgame trailer. However, it looks like the full scene actually confirmed just how ready Carol Danvers is for more action this April. The full footage was unveiled at CinemaCon and it reveals how the survivors dealt with this powerful new stranger.

The Endgame clip was screened at CinemaCon on Wednesday at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas (via Mashable). The footage reportedly picks up after Carol shows up at the Avengers HQ in the Captain Marvel mid-credits sequence.

In the clip, Black Widow, Captain America, War Machine, Thor, and Bruce Banner all try to figure out how Carol can help them. However, she makes it clear that she's ready to take on Thanos after Nebula and Rocket reveal his location. Not surprisingly, everyone is a bit skeptical.

Captain America is first to point out that they usually work as a team. In addition to that, Banner says they have already lost to the Mad Titan. "How do we know it will end differently this time?" he asks Carol.

"Because before, you didn't have me," she replies. At this point, Thor decides to weigh Carol's nerve by standing in front of her and summoning Stormbreaker. We already know how she reacts to this, but the footage confirms that it was enough for everybody else after Thor says, "I like this one."

"Let's go get this son of a bitch," Captain America says.

It immediately goes to the next scene where everyone is on board the Benatar. Rocket Raccoon asks who has not been to outer space and several hands go up. "You better not throw up on my ship," Rocket warns them.

It's pretty much the same footage shared during the Disney shareholders' meeting but it still has everyone excited for Endgame.

Avengers: Endgame will premiere on April 26.


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