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The Ending Of The Marvels Explained

The final scene of “The Marvels” takes place in New York City, where Kamala confronts none other than Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld). The whole thing plays like a spoof of the Nick Fury scenes from the early MCU. Kate comes home to find Kamala sitting in an armchair, cloaked in darkness.

Kamala puts on her best Fury impression, but it quickly gives way to her own fast-talking, quirky persona. She tells Kate that she’s putting together a team, which, at the moment, is just the two of them (provided Kate accepts). She assures her, though, that she has “feelers” out there, mentioning Ant-Man’s daughter Cassie Lang (Kathryn Newton) specifically. Despite the somewhat clumsy proposal, Kate smiles, suggesting that she’s down for the team-up.

This seems like an obvious setup for the oft-theorized “Young Avengers” movie. The MCU has introduced a ton of new heroes in Phase 4 and Phase 5, including Kamala, Kate, Cassie, Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne), and JoaquĆ­n Torres (Danny Ramirez). Any combination of these characters and others could form a new superhero team, and the ending of “The Marvels” seems to set that up perfectly.

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