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* MoralDissonance: There is a deleted scene where Carol meets some biker who annoys her, and in response she gives him a CrushingHandshake and forcibly takes his motorcycle. The scene was presumably deleted because the creators (correctly) figured people would [[WhatTheHellHero find such behavior rather unbefitting of a good guy.]]

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** A major plot point involves TheReveal that Carol [[spoiler:lost her memories of her real past on Earth, and had FakeMemories implanted in her mind by the Kree]]. This was likely inspired by the famous storyline in ''ComicBook/XMen'' where Carol [[spoiler:lost her memories and powers after they were absorbed by ComicBook/{{Rogue}}, who was a supervillain at the time]].


** Obviously, the Kree aren't going to successfully [[spoiler:carpet bomb Earth in the climax.]]

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** Obviously, the Kree aren't going to successfully [[spoiler:carpet bomb Earth in the climax.]]climax.
** Ronan is going to survive the movie since he goes on to be the main bad guy in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.


* HaulAss: After seeing how strong Carol is when it comes to blowing up his fleet, Ronan hauls ass to another part of space, but not before declaring him and Carol will cross paths again at some point before he books it out of the film.

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* HaulAss: After seeing how strong Carol is when it comes to blowing up his fleet, Ronan hauls ass to another part of space, but not before declaring him and Carol will cross paths again at some point before he books it out of the film.


** Creator/StanLee's CreatorCameo is him reading over the screenplay of ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', where he discusses the context behind his creations of some of his more famous characters such as Spider-Man and the Hulk.
*** Creator/MichaelRooker, who plays Yondu in the ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' movies, also co-stars in that film.

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** Creator/StanLee's CreatorCameo is him reading over the screenplay of ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', where he discusses the context behind his creations of some of his more famous characters such as Spider-Man and the Hulk.
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Hulk. Creator/MichaelRooker, who plays Yondu in the ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' movies, also co-stars in that film.


** Creator/StanLee's CreatorCameo is him [[spoiler:reading over the screenplay of ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', where he discusses the context behind his creations of some of his more famous characters such as Spider-Man and the Hulk.]]

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** Creator/StanLee's CreatorCameo is him [[spoiler:reading reading over the screenplay of ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', where he discusses the context behind his creations of some of his more famous characters such as Spider-Man and the Hulk.]]Hulk.
*** Creator/MichaelRooker, who plays Yondu in the ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' movies, also co-stars in that film.


* AgeLift: In the comics, Monica Rambeau is the same age as Carol and an established superhero. Here, she's Maria's eleven-year-old daughter.

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* AgeLift: In the comics, Monica Rambeau is the same age as Carol and an established superhero. Here, she's Maria's eleven-year-old daughter. Given that this is something of a {{Prequel}}, however, it puts her at a proper age for later movies to be set in the present.


A sequel has confirmed to be in development, although it will arrive after the Phase 4 slate.

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A sequel has was confirmed to be in development, development at 2019's San Diego Comic Con, although it will arrive after the Phase 4 slate.
slate, placing its release in 2022 at the absolute earliest.

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A sequel has confirmed to be in development, although it will arrive after the Phase 4 slate.


* FakeShemp: Creator/StanLee couldn't shoot his customary cameo for this film. Instead, his cameo is pieced together through the use of a body double, digital head replacement, and recycled audio.


* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Music/{{Nirvana}}'s "Come as you are" plays when Carol wakes up in the Supreme Intelligence's virtual world for the second time. The camera then pans over to a disc player playing it.



* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Upon being connected to the Kree Supreme Intelligence, Music/{{Nirvana}}'s "Come as you are" plays when Carol wakes up in the Supreme Intelligence's virtual world. The camera then pans to a disc player playing it.

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* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Upon being connected to the Kree Supreme Intelligence, Music/{{Nirvana}}'s "Come as you are" plays when Carol wakes up in the Supreme Intelligence's virtual world. The camera then pans to a disc player playing it.


* BorrowedBiometricBypass: Nick Fury gets past a thumbprint scanner door by lifting an officer's thumbprint with tape.

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* CompositeCharacter: Carol got her powers from an explosion of an alien device near Mar-Vell and Yon-Rogg, but the incident made her a conduit to and endless source of electromagnetic energy that granted superhuman strength and durability as well as energy blasts, like the earlier version of Monica Rambeau's powerset.

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