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Here’s What the Avengers: Infinity War Post-Credits Scene Means

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Now that Avengers: Infinity War is finally out, it’s time to discuss the one thing everyone is talking about: the after-credits scene. But seriously, you guys, proceed with caution because there are MAJOR spoilers ahead.

Avengers: Infinity War has to be the MCU’s biggest, most highly anticipated movie since, well, probably the inception of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If you haven’t seen it yet, without spoiling anything that happens DURING the film, there are a lot of intense scenes and moments that NEED to be talked about… but we’re obviously not going to go there because this is about just one thing in particular: the scene that happens after all the credits have rolled.

We’ve already mentioned this earlier and we’re only going to say it once again: If you haven’t seen the movie yet and do not want ANYTHING to ruin your experience, cover your eyes and ears because what we’re about to say will DEFINITELY spoil the movie for you. This is your last warning.

Okay, so the film’s post-credits scene pretty much takes place shortly after Thanos accomplishes his goal of obtaining all six Infinity Stones and wiping out half of the universe with just a snap of his fingers. In this scene, we see Nick Fury and Mariah Hill driving down a busy city street, chatting about some sort of huge energy surge that has been detected in Wakanda before a car heading the opposite direction ends up in their lane and the two almost run into it.

Mariah and Nick both get out of the car to check out the situation, but, weirdly, no one was sitting in the car and we can all only assume that the passengers disappeared into thin air like many of the characters in the movie. Unfortunately, after this discovery, Mariah then starts to disappear like the others before her and then, of course, Nick is met with the same fate.

HOWEVER, before Nick’s body vanishes into dust, he managed to pull out an old-school pager to send a message. As he disappears, the pager falls to the floor and the camera closes in on the device to show the ‘sending…’ message changes to a simple image that represents… Captain Marvel‘s logo.
Now, this is obviously a nod to the Captain Marvel film coming out in 2019, but we can also safely assume that Nick realized that the Avengers have failed in keeping the world safe and that there’s only one other person he can call to help right these wrongs.

Now, this is obviously a nod to the Captain Marvel film coming out in 2019, but we can also safely assume that Nick realized that the Avengers have failed in keeping the world safe and that there’s only one other person he can call to help right these wrongs.

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