If You're Already Hoping For a Captain Marvel Sequel, You're (Probably) in Luck

Carol Danvers has only just made her entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but we’re already wondering when we’re getting more.

We’ve been waiting for the hero to make her debut since Nick Fury made that urgent call in the postcredits scene of Avengers: Infinity War and Captain Marvel’s insignia flashed across our screens. With the release of Captain Marvel on March 8, we finally get to learn her story. Now we want to know what comes next!

While there have been no official plans for a sequel announced by Marvel Studios, we already know this isn’t the last we’ll be seeing of Captain Marvel. The human-Kree hybrid will be making her next appearance in Avengers: Endgame, where she’ll hopefully be helping to kick some Thanos ass. Her appearance in Endgame also means that she will be an essential part of paving the way to the MCU’s phase four, which will feature films like Spiderman: Far From Home, Black Panther 2, and the Black Widow solo movie. As The Hollywood Reporter noted, actress Brie Larson has signed a seven-picture deal that “locks her into multiple franchises,” which means she’s bound to appear in Avengers movies that aren’t just her own standalone films.

But when it does come to her standalone films, the chances of there being a Captain Marvel 2 are pretty high. As much as Captain Marvel strays from the standard origin formula, it’s still an introduction to a new Marvel hero. Carol’s entire journey in Captain Marvel deals with her remembering who she truly is and discovering the full extent of her powers, which means there is still so much territory to cover in future films. While the movie doesn’t exactly have an open ending, it does end on a note that could segue into a follow-up.

Warning: SERIOUSLY HUGE spoilers for Captain Marvel ahead!

After Carol gets her memory back, she realizes that Yon-Rogg (Jude Law) and the Kree are actually the villains of the whole situation. Back in 1989, Yon-Rogg killed Mar-Vell (whose face Supreme Intelligence has been wearing) to stop her from helping the shapeshifting Skrulls develop light-speed tech that would aid them in finding a new home. The device just happens to use the Tesseract (seriously, does Asgard ever keep ahold of that thing?), which gives Carol her powers when she tries to destroy it. It also happens to take away her memories, so Yon-Rogg is able to steal her away and make her think the Skrulls are in the wrong for six years.

Carol later realizes that Yon-Rogg and Supreme Intelligence have been suppressing her full powers and unleashes them, defeating the two, as well as Ronan the Accuser, the Kree extremist that Yon-Rogg calls upon to destroy Earth. But Carol’s work is far from over. She tells Nick Fury to watch over Goose (the Flerken who looks like a cat and also managed to swallow the Tesseract) and gives him that special pager to call her in case of emergencies. Carol explains that she’s going back into space to end the Kree war against the Skrulls and to help find a new planet for the latter. Which, hello, plot for the sequel!

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