One of the biggest questions that came after “Captain Marvel” flew into theaters was “where the heck has Carol Danvers been since 1995?” Well, it looks like Marvel Cinematic Universe fans finally got their answer, even though it’s what we’ve been speculating for weeks now.
On Monday (April 8), the original six Avengers made their way to Good Morning America as part of their massive press tour in support of the Infinity Series’ final installment.
The one-minute clip finds Natasha Romanoff, Bruce Banner, Carol Danvers, James “Rhodey” Rhodes, and Thor inside of a room. Natasha is looking at a holographic image of the universe when she realizes that Thanos used the Infinity Stones again (even after the gauntlet short-circuited and burned at the end of “Infinity War”).
While the group discusses what they should do with this new piece of information, Carol simply responds with “So let’s go get him.”
Bruce, as usual, takes the logical standpoint. He questions whether it is the best option because that outcome may just be the same as before; defeat.
Carol answers with a simple, but cocky response: “Because you didn’t have me.”
Well, she’s right. Fury did name the team after her, so why not?
Of course, when Rhodey responds and questions Carol and her whereabouts over the last decades, she gives him a classy, snarky, passive-aggressive answer:
“There are a lot of other planets in the universe. And unfortunately, they did not have you guys.”
Watch the latest sneak peek at “Avengers: Endgame” above.
“Avengers: Endgame” blasts into theaters on April 26.