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Warning: Spoilers for Captain Marvel are under
We all knew that Captain Marvel ( Brie Larson ) would join Avengers in Endgame but the trick was to find a way for her not to stay between the 1
However, in an interview with ET, Captain Marvel Editor Debbie Berman (who also worked with Spider-Man: Homecoming and Black Panther ) revealed how the movie originally ended before suggesting some important tweaks:
I remember reading about your work on Black Panther and how you offered effort on the last stage, where T & # 39; Challa and Shuri travel to Oakland. Are there any similar scenes that characterize you in Captain Marvel, where you gave inputs as formats or changed things in a crucial way?
I actually suggested some tweaks to the end of this movie. It used to end with Carol flying into space alone, and I found it a little crushed. Like, where was she just? And what did she do? It felt like we needed a stronger visual to claim a more specific justification for leaving and disappearing for so many years. So we left Talos and his family in their spaceship waiting for her, and they all fly together. It gave her more of a sense of purpose and made it easier to believe that she left her newfound life on earth because she was with a friend we knew she cared about and for a more specific mission.
It was a good conversation, because Carol joined Maria and Monica and then only released into space would have lost her to say the least. Also to Berman's point it would not have made any sense. Where did she go? Why did she stay away for so long? And then smash-cut to "Celebrity Skin" … nah.
Thank goodness Berman was there to put everything straight – the whole interview is really good and I strongly recommend that you read the whole thing. She shares a lot of insight, including this pearl:
I remember when I came across the line where she says, "My name is Carol", and it was a while where tears run down on the cheek. I had many other features of the line where she just said it in a stoic, kick-ass fashion. And I was drawn to the other takes because that is what I am used to seeing – and in a way I have been programmed to feel that someone is strong and emotional is the right game. And they were really good and you could feel her power. But then I thought, I have never seen a superhero fight while I say her most kick-ass of lines and honestly if I had gone through everything she had just gone through, no matter how strong I felt at that moment, I think I would have a variety of emotional experiences at the same time.
So I went with the "kick-ass tear" take. And again, I waited for the pushback [on] it and was again surprised and glad that everyone loved it. It is one of the most powerful moments in the film. It's something new and unexpected, and Brie really took the appearance at that moment and I embraced it as something that felt right to me.