Spoiler-Warnung: Wir verraten euch, was nach dem Abspann des neuesten MCU-Films passiert und was das mit Avengers: Infinity War zu tun. vds78.com: „Black Panther“ ist der letzte Film vor „Avengers 3: Infinity War“. Die Post-Credit-Szene des Films gibt einen interessanten. Am Februar startete „Black Panther“, und auch hier gibt es wieder MCU-relevante Abspannszenen. Wir erklären, was es mit den.
Weißer Wolf? Die Abspannszene aus "Black Panther" erklärtSpoiler-Warnung: Wir verraten euch, was nach dem Abspann des neuesten MCU-Films passiert und was das mit Avengers: Infinity War zu tun. Credits Scenes) sind kurze Szenen, die mit nur zwei Ausnahmen (Hulk und Die Mid-Credits Scene bereitet auf den Film Black Panther vor und zeigt Cap. Am Februar startete „Black Panther“, und auch hier gibt es wieder MCU-relevante Abspannszenen. Wir erklären, was es mit den.
Black Panther Credit Scene The meaning behind "White Wolf." VideoBlack Panther - Mid Credit Scene (HD) 2/19/ · The final 'Black Panther' credits scene shows Bucky Barnes and provides a bridge between 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Avengers: Infinity War.'. 2/19/ · A truce is finally established during the mid-credits scene, during which time Bucky is granted asylum in Wakanda and put into cryogenic sleep as a cure for his brainwashing is sought. Rogers warns T'Challa about the consequences of people coming for his old friend. "Let them try," is T'Challa's response. Fast forward to Black Panther. Bucky wakes up in lush and vibrant surroundings of . Black Panther Post-Credit Scene: Bucky Returns. That's right Marvel fans, Bucky is back in Black Panther 's post-credits scene. Last seen being secreted into Wakanda and entrusted into the care of T'Challa by his best pal Steve in Captain America: Civil War 's .
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Black Panther Chadwick Boseman. On May 4, a number of Marvel superheroes — including the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy — will join forces to stop Thanos, the evil alien who has loomed large over many of the Marvel films.
To do so, he needs to gather all the Infinity Stones, super-powered gems that have shown up throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Black Panther end-credits scenes suggest a few ways that the Avengers could stop him. Vibranium weapons could be more effective against Thanos.
Audiences last saw Bucky Barnes Sebastian Stan at the end of Captain America: Civil War. But we find out in Captain America: The Winter Soldier that Bucky was captured during World War II by the Nazi organization HYDRA, brainwashed and turned into the Winter Soldier, a super-soldier with a mechanical arm.
Black Panther believes Bucky is responsible and chases him down, only to discover Bucky was framed. He offers to help Bucky and Cap and brings them to Wakanda.
In a post-credits scene of Civil War , Bucky voluntarily enters into cryostasis in Wakanda until someone can figure out how to fix his brain.
Hunter grows up in Wakanda despite being an outsider and earns the nickname White Wolf. The Avengers are currently trying to maintain galactic peace with a fraction of their normal staff: Captain America and Iron Man are feuding; Hulk and Thor are floating around space; and Spider-Man opted out of becoming an Avenger so he could finish high school.
Incorporating Bucky and Shuri into the Dogs of War will be an easy way to connect them to the Avengers. All those characters have already shown up in promotional material for Infinity War.
One of the last shots of the Infinity War trailer above shows Black Panther, Okoye, Bucky, Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk and Rhodes running together in what looks to be Wakanda.
As the person wakes, the kids run outside and meet Shuri Letitia Wright , who asks, "Are you playing around with that man again?
You're teasing him again? Out from the hut steps a one-armed James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes Sebastian Stan , having been cryogenically frozen in Wakanda after the events of Captain America: Civil War to avoid another Winter Soldier relapse.
The children run off giggling and screaming, "White Wolf! There's much more for you to learn," Shuri instructs, as Bucky pauses to stare out at the sunset.
As for the connective tissue of how Bucky got here, with his mind right and a man bun, it may be alluded to in the movie -- when Shuri receives "another broken white boy to fix" -- but the answer comes by way of an Infinity War prequel comic, in which Shuri undoes Bucky's HYDRA brainwashing using a It's complicated.
What's important is that Bucky is officially a good guy again, just in time for the ultimate big bad to arrive.
As for the "White Wolf" of it all, well, that's open to speculation. White Wolf isn't just a random nickname, but the name of a longstanding character in the Black Panther comic books: Hunter, orphaned as an infant when both his parents died in a plane crash near Wakanda and, despite being a white foreigner, was adopted and raised by T'Challa's father, T'Chaka.
As an adult, Hunter became the leader of Wakanda's ruthless secret police, Hatut Zeraze, before transitioning into mercenary work. Last seen being secreted into Wakanda and entrusted into the care of T'Challa by his best pal Steve in Captain America: Civil War 's mid-credits scene , Bucky Sebastian Stan has awoken.
The specifics are intentionally vague, and with good reason. If Bucky isn't going to be pulled out of his induced hibernation to help back up T'Challa, he definitely needs to make an appearance once the story's over.
Bucky is shown living on the outskirts of Wakanda's capitol, where he can be stumbled upon and cryptically teased by some children passing by.
Shuri shows up to tell him that he still has much to learn, addressing his memories but also teasing the upcoming fight in Avengers: Infinity War.
In the end, it was his own sister, possessing a mind rivaling that of Tony Stark we're probably being generous Fans looking for a full breakdown of the comic's explanation for Bucky's brainwashing "reboot" should pick up the issue themselves get a bonus glimpse of Captain America fighting ISIS with Widow and Falcon.