Why Captain Marvel Will Be A Guardian Of The Galaxy, Not An Avenger

With two years left until the release of Captain Marvel, there is plenty of time to theorize what we might see in the film. As you already know, a lot is going on in the MCU right now, namely Thor: RagnarokAvengers: Infinity WarAnt-Man & The Wasp, and Avengers 4.

This leaves Captain Marvel a tiny slot in the entire mess, even though Carol Danvers is confirmed to make her first appearance in Infinity War. This will actually help Marvel Studios financially, as many audiences don’t know who Captain Marvel is, potentially hurting box office earnings. However, including her in Avengers: Infinity War helps non comic book readers familiarize themselves with her character, hopefully bringing in broader audiences for the Captain Marvel film, set to hit theaters March 8, 2019!

As of now, every hero with a solo film the  either has become an Avenger, or wants to be one. For the last 10 years, this has become sort of a trend. Thor, Hulk, Iron Man and Captain America have all had solo films, and three of them have their own trilogies.

Marvel’s other team, the Guardians of the Galaxy, have only appeared in ensemble films. Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot and Rocket haven’t had a single solo film, and it doesn’t seem like Marvel isn’t currently planning on giving any of them a solo movie — or, so we thought. As most of you already know.

This leaves an empty slot on the Guardians’ team. I believe this empty slot may soon be filled by none other than . The character would be a perfect way for Marvel Studios to bring her into the fold, considering how Captain Marvel spends a majority of her time in space.

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Why Captain Marvel Will Be A Guardian Of The Galaxy, Not An Avenger

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