How did Captain Marvel get the ship back to Earth?

How did Captain Marvel get the ship back to Earth?

Avengers: Endgame director Joe Russo finally reveals the answer. “The missing narrative of course is that she came to Earth, met the Avengers, was brought up to speed on what was happening, and there’s some sort of homing beacon on that ship that she tracks and brings the two of them back to Earth,” Russo detailed.

Why did Thanos destroy Thor’s ship?

The Attack on the Statesman was an assault orchestrated by Thanos and the Black Order in an attempt to steal the Tesseract from the Asgardians, and extract the Space Stone. It resulted in the slaughter of half the Asgardian refugees on board, including Heimdall and Loki.

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How did Thanos ship travel through time?

Past-Thanos can use one dose of Pym particles to shrink his spaceship (army inside) and the other dose for time travel, with past-Nebula tinkering with the time machine to pull the ship to the correct location and time in the present, probably through a link with the GPS.

How did Captain Marvel survive the final battle with Thanos?

During the climactic final battle between the assembled Avengers and the armies of Thanos, the heroes seem initially overwhelmed by the superior firepower of Thanos and his ships. However, Captain Marvel is able to descend onto the battle after traveling across the cosmos.

Why did Thanos headbutt Carol in Endgame?

The two came to blows during the climax of Avengers: Endgame as Carol tried to secure the Infinity Gauntlet. It’s in that moment we see Thanos headbutt Carol, trying to overpower her, but Carol barely responds.

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Can a hero have too much power in Endgame?

Apparently, no one hero should have too much power. Avengers: Endgame was released eight months ago, yet with so much happening in the three hour-plus movie, it makes sense that the team behind the film is still answering some of our biggest burning questions about why and how the story unfolded the way it did.