Marvel: Why did Captain Marvel and Guardians of the Galaxy not meet before Endgame?

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The Avengers: Endgame movie allowed us to see one of the most epic moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, seeing all our favorite superheroes fight together under one goal. But why hadn’t they met before?

Avengers: Endgame brought us some of the best moments of Marvel, which made us feel totally upset, sad and excited, especially when we had the opportunity to see all our favorite superheroes together and fighting together against one of the worst villains as it is Thanos

However, these moments also caused some doubts among the fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who after this film have been wondering why Captain Marvel had not met the Guardians of the Galaxy before if they share very similar missions.

Remember that Captain Marvel is a powerful extraterrestrial warrior, who after discovering her great past on earth and enhancing her supernatural powers, set out to help the various planets that face a danger.

Why did Captain Marvel and Guardians of the Galaxy not meet before Endgame?

On the other hand the Guardians of the Galaxy, in addition to being formed by members from different planets; have also had the opportunity to travel several planets through their various missions.

There are so many things in common, that the fact that these superheroes were not found before “Endgame” brings many doubts among fans since the probability that they were found were really high.

The great mystery of Marvel solved

The great doubts regarding this issue were recently resolved thanks to James Gunn, director of Guardians of the Galaxy, who has taken pity on fans and ended up with many of the MCU’s questions.

A short but concise answer, Gunn mentioned that “there are sextillions of sentient beings in the universe. It would be unlikely that they had met. ” And in this way, it implies that although Captain Marvel and the Guardians of the Galaxy had similar missions, the universe is so wide that it was simply impossible for them to cross.