Nick Fury's Avengers: Infinity War Post-Credits Scene Might Hint at a Character's Return

Marvel Studios
Marvel Studios

This year will no doubt be a major one for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only will we see the end of the Avengers series, but we’ll finally figure out how—or if—our beloved superheroes will be brought to life after the massacre that was Avengers: Infinity War. Although we only have a few months left until Avengers: Endgame hits theaters in April, that’s still a while to wait. So in the meantime, movie fans will continue to concoct all sorts of theories about what exactly might go down.

Infinity War is still a hot topic of discussion with Marvel fans. Between the ending—which saw Thanos’s deadly snap take out half the universe—and the hopeful post-credits scenes, there’s a lot to unpack ahead of Avengers: Endgame. Recently, Redditor freezer_face took to the platform to posit a theory about the film's post-credits scene featuring Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson).

When Fury is speaking to Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), they briefly mention a meeting they have planned with Cameron Klein, an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Klein made minor appearances in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but this Redditor thinks he might have a bigger role in Avengers: Endgame (provided, of course, that he wasn't turned to dust).

Many weighed in on the idea in the comments section, with one writing, “Would be nice. I always liked that guy.” Another added, “Given that the Russos introduced him, I think there is a good chance."

There isn’t much more here than just a simple wish to see Klein again, but the fans are right: He would be an appreciated addition.
Here’s to hoping that Avengers: Endgame won't be nearly as upsetting as its cinematic predecessor.

A Stranger Things Fan Is Selling Epic Demogorgon Dog Costumes on Etsy

Joe Keery, Maya Hawke, Priah Ferguson, and Gaten Matarazzo in Stranger Things.
Joe Keery, Maya Hawke, Priah Ferguson, and Gaten Matarazzo in Stranger Things.

Stranger Things is great at placing the truly terrifying alongside the absolutely adorable. One minute we are gushing over Eleven and Mike’s teen romance, and the next we’re jumping off the couch at the sight of those possessed by the Mind Flayer.

No matter how seamless the Duffer Brothers' Netflix series is in weaving together these moments, it seems like it would be impossible to make the Demogorgon cute. But somehow, one crafty fan has done just that.

Etsy shop ThatCraftyFriendShop has created Demogorgon headpieces that fit perfectly on your dog’s head.

People reports that the headpieces range in size from extra small (for 5- to 10-pound dogs) all the way to extra large (for dogs over 75 pounds). Prices range from $25 to $75, depending on the size of your four-legged friend.

These wool and felt doggy costumes are perfect for Halloween, or even a Stranger Things watch party while you continue to binge and re-binge the third seasonwith a decked-out doggy by your side.

[h/t People]

J.K. Rowling Reveals How San Francisco Inspired Major Harry Potter Location

Jamie McCarthy, Getty Images
Jamie McCarthy, Getty Images

The award-winning play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is about to open at the Curran Theater in San Francisco. The two-part drama takes place 19 years after the events in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and depicts Harry’s life as his son, Albus, is about to begin school at Hogwarts.

J.K. Rowling has pointed out that San Francisco had a deep influence on the original Harry Potter novels, SFGate reports. In the video below, Rowling talks about how Alcatraz, the infamous former prison, inspired her creation of Azkaban.

"[San Francisco] is a very distinctive, special place—I love the feel of it, I love the architecture,” Rowling said. “I've actually said this before, but Azkaban is a combination of Alcatraz and Abbadon, which is an old word for hell. I squeezed those words together. The idea of the rock in the middle of the ocean was directly inspired by a visit to Alcatraz."

With its mist and Gothic mood, it’s no wonder this slice of San Francisco inspired a big part of the Harry Potter world.

[h/t SFGate]