The interaction between Thor and Carol Danvers in the Avengers: Endgame trailer has some fans interested in a potential romance between the two. Not that "I like this one" is a bad line, but if the God of Thunder wants to make Captain Marvel fall for him, a fan thinks he might learn a thing or two from Miles Morales of Into the Spiderverse.
More specifically, Thor may want to try what Miles' uncle Aaron taught him. Remember that awkward but funny scene in the animated Spiderman film where Miles tries to make a move on Gwen by placing his arm on her shoulder and saying, "Hey" in his sexiest voice possible?
Now, a Reddit user named arnoldPeterson decided to recreate that moment with Thor and Captain Marvel. Instead of summoning his hammer, which then whooshes past Carol who didn't even flinch, he just puts his hand on her shoulder and tries to woo her with his charms and deep, raspy voice.
Hopefully, it ends much better for him than it did for Miles. After all, Gwen had to shave the side of her head after his hand stuck to it. Check out the fan image below:
Thor can be considered one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the moment, but Captain Marvel is definitely going to give him a run for his money.
Is there a possibility for the two to become a literal power couple? Well, it's probably too early for that. However, Avengers: Endgame will at least see the two work together. From the looks of it, the characters can get to know more about each other seeing that they will probably be around beyond the upcoming film.
Their moment in the trailer has also reminded fans of their interaction in the animated series Marvel Universe Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes where the two arm wrestle.
There, Carol taunts him by saying she likes being "stronger, faster, more invulnerable, and mightier than the Mighty Thor." Will we get a similar moment in Avengers: Endgame?
Fans will just have to wait and see when Avengers: Endgame hits the cinemas April 26. For now, let's rewatch the trailer again above because why not?