Secret Invasion: why the Avengers do not intervene?  The rotten explanation of episode 5

Rhodes, the powers of G’iah, the post-credits scene… The final episode of Secret Invasion explained

Director Ali Selim decrypts all the revelations of the latest episode of the Marvel series.

After six uneven episodes to say the least, Secret Invasion came to a close last week in a final episode that offered some major reveals for the Marvel Universe sequel. Director Ali Selim decrypted. Spoiler alert!

Will there be a season 2 of Secret Invasion ?

“Right now, it’s being said that this last episode is just the season finale. Not of the series. But I don’t know anything about season 2” explains Selim in Variety. “I think there are great topics that could be explored next… But will there be a season 2? I have no idea!”

Why did G’iah become the most powerful character in the MCU?

To be able to defeat Gravik, Talos’ daughter let herself be exposed to the “Harvest”, which combines the powers of all the superheroes and supervillains of the MCU. Here she is transformed into an overpowered Skrull and potentially the strongest of all the entities in the Marvel universe… More powerful than Captain Marvel or Hulk! A game changer Validated by Kevin Feige in person. The Marvel Studios boss responded to Ali Selim : “It’s okay. It’s part of the game”. The director thus suggests that Feige is perfectly in agreement with this finale which reshuffles the cards: “The decisions are made by Kevin Feige, then we write the story and then we direct it…”

How long had Rhodes been a Skrull?

This is the other major twist of this last episode of Secret Invasion : Colonel Rhodes had actually been a Skrull rebel for a decade! “How long have you been here?” asks G’iah in this finale of Secret Invasion. The question needs to be asked ! Because we understand from his white hospital patient coat that he was replaced on Earth, with the American Government, a very, very long time ago. More precisely, since his spinal cord injury contracted in Captain America: Civil War (2016). “Yes that’s it”confirm Ali Selim. So that means Rhodey was actually a Skrull when he fought Thanos in War Machine in Infinity War Or Avengers: Endgame. Or that Rhodey was a Skrull when he tried to convince Sam Wilson to keep Captain America’s shield and take over from Steve Rogers, in the series Falcon and the Winter Soldier“I think it’s really fun for the audience to go back and try to understand everything that could have happened! Because Rhodey has been a Skrull for a very, very long time. So there are scenes in MCU shows and movies that are going to have to be reinterpreted now.”

Is there a hidden post-credits scene at the end of Secret Invasion ?

No, the series ends without more ceremony at the end of the last scene of episode 6, in which Nick Fury and his wife leave on SABER “Marvel uses post-credit footage to kick things off or wrap things up. I don’t know if they plan to launch anything with our series” Selim asks TVLine. “I know they wanted to complete the inner battle arc of Nick Fury, who fights aging and his purpose on Earth. And there’s not much else to say about it. I don’t see how a post-credits sequence would help.” And Selim goes further and even promises that there is nothing interesting in the rushes and outtakes of Secret Invasion. “My job is to tell the story in six episodes and tell it the best I can. We left a lot of things in the editing room, but things that don’t help tell this particular story. Will these deleted scenes ever come out? I’ve no idea.”

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