**Warning Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War Below**

Avengers: Infinity War continues to dominate the box office. The film passed the $1 billion mark worldwide this past weekend and continues to steam ahead.

While the film is dominating at the box office, Thanos dominated on screen. In fact, he won. He acquired all six of the Infinity Stones and assembled the Infinity Gauntlet. He then did what he did in the comics so long ago. He snapped his fingers and erased half of all living beings from the universe. While, we didn’t see any aliens or cosmic beings get erased we did see a number of the Avengers fade into dust including Black Panther, Scarlet Witch, Groot, Drax, Star-Lord, and more. We even saw a post-credit scene where Maria Hill and Nick Fury became victims of Thanos’ attack.

However, before Nick Fury disappeared he was able to send a message to Captain Marvel on his old school beeper. And while the message was sent, we weren’t exactly sure if it was received. Did Captain Marvel actually survive Thanos’ snap?

Well Zachary Levi, who plays DC Comics’ version of Captain Marvel in the upcoming Shazam! film had an answer for us.

Levi went to the viral site, Did Thanos Kill Me, and posted his results on Instagram. If you go to the website, it will tell you whether or not you survived Thanos’ Snap on the universe.

It wasn’t good news for the Shazam! actor. The post reads, “You were slain by Thanos, for the good of the Universe.”

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…wellllllllsheeeeeeeiiiit…🤨

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Did you survive Thanos’ snap?

While Zachary Levi might have fallen to Thanos, there is still hope that Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers is out there in space and that she received Nick Fury’s message. It’s still unclear what exactly sending the message entails or how she will aid the Avengers in attempting to defeat Thanos.

Avengers: Infinity War is in theaters now. Captain Marvel comes to theaters on March 6, 2019 and Avengers 4 is expected to be released on May 3, 2019. Shazam! hits theaters on April 5, 2019.

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