PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Carol Danvers becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.
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The older lady's stunt double during the train fight is Heidi Moneymaker. Larson's stunt double is Renae Moneymaker. "So there's two sisters that are fighting each other for a lot of this sequence."
You know you're glowing, right?
Carol Danvers: I'll explain it later.
Carol Danvers: Take the Tesseract. Leave the lunch box.
Nick Fury: Me?
Carol Danvers: Yes.
Nick Fury: I'm not touching that thing.
Carol Danvers: You want me to get you an oven mitt?
Nick Fury: Whoa!
Carol Danvers: Get the Skrulls on the Quadjet and go. Take the... Flerken with you.
Maria Rambeau: ...
Carol Danvers: ...
A reveal at the end of the film is that Captain Carol Danvers' call sign (nickname) as a fighter pilot was "Avenger." While this serves as a plot mechanism to explain how the Avengers were named, Danvers would not have realistically received such a call sign. First, call signs are almost always pejorative, for instance based on something unwise a new pilot may have done or said. Second, being one of a very few female fighter pilots in the 1980s (prior to the 1991 Tailhook naval aviation sexual harassment scandal), Danvers would have almost certainly received a call sign related to her gender in an unflattering way. Either way, "Avenger" would never happen unless there was a story behind it that did not reflect well on her.
Since we see very little of Carol Danvers' time as an Air Force pilot, there is no reason to assume that no such story exists. There's nothing inherently pejorative about Maria Rambeau's call sign, "Photon", either. What makes a person's call sign meaningful comes from the story behind it, not merely the word used, and we aren't given any information about the stories behind Danvers' and Rambeau's call signs.
There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: Goose the cat regurgitates the Tesseract.
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