"Hey, new girl — where the hell have you been all this time?"
The last 20 MCU films could have been resolved a lot easier had Captain Marvel been around.
In an exclusive clip shown on GMA, Don Cheadle's James Rhodey Rhodes finally asks the "new girl" what we've all been wondering since Nick Fury whipped out that pager at the end of "Infinity War".
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The snippet shows the remaining Avengers gathered together planning their last ditch attack on Thanos, whom Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow announces has used the Infinity Stones once again.
"So let's get him," Danvers says matter-of-factly. "We use them to bring everyone back."
"If we do this, how do we know its going to end any differently than it did before?" Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner asks.
"Because before you didn't have me," Danvers declares.
"Hey, new girl; everybody in this room is about that superhero life," Rhodes scoffs. "And if you don't mind my asking, where the hell have you been all this time?"
The 6 core @Avengers tell @paulafaris that the end of #AvengersEndgame is "satisfying" and that "lady @chrishemsworth" spends the most time in hair and makeup 😂! https://t.co/cfwRW8o0Y0 #AvengersOnGMA #Avengers pic.twitter.com/7Xnn31J64O— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 8, 2019
"There are a lot of other planets in the universe," she shuts him down, before throwing him a bone: "and unfortunately they didn't have you guys."
"I was only given my little section," Hemsworth insisted.
Johansson added: "There's so many different pieces going on and there's three different units happening at the same time, and if you are not acting with another actor then you don't know what's going on in the world because there's so many different parts in this universe that honestly, we really are all as in the dark as all of you. We actually are not lying, we don't really know anything more than you guys do."
Evans claimed they probably could have seen the finished product had they asked, but he wants to enjoy the finished product at the premiere.
As for the film's bum-numbing three-hour-plus run-time, Ruffalo advised: "bring a box of Kleenex and a diaper."