'Captain Marvel' Is Here to Save The World In First Epic Trailer

Posted September 19, 2018

Marvel Studios has so far made more than $17.5 billion globally over the past decade and across 20 films.

Captain Marvel trailer was revealed on Good Morning America on Wednesday morning, with star Brie Larson in attendance.

Larson, who won an Academy Award for her performance in Room, was initially hesitant to play part-Kree, part-human pilot-turned-cosmic hero Carol Danvers, "mostly because I like being anonymous". We're given the impression that he's talking to Captain Marvel, but why was he ready to give up before she came along? She crashes in Los Angeles, where it's learned this is her first time back on Earth in a very, very long time, and she's not sure what to make of it. We got our first look at Brie Larson's Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel) earlier this month, but now we finally get the chance to see the new hero in action.

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Fans were only briefly introduced to Larson's character during the post-credits scene of Infinity War, when she is paged by Nick Fury and her emblem appears on the device. She also had partial-Kree physiology - the Kree being an advanced alien race within the Marvel Comics universe. I think we can assume that the target he's referring to is Captain Marvel, which would seem to imply that he's not just your average cop as I suggested above, but an undercover S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who has been sent to track down the female superhero. Why?

Kevin Feige is the producer of Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel.

Shortly after the trailer was released, Marvel also unveiled the film's poster on its official Twitter account, showing its Oscar-winning lead in a powerful stance while sporting the iconic superhero outfit her character is known for. Despite that, she does get various flashbacks of a life on Earth, making her wonder if they're real or fake.

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Captain Marvel's first photos hit the internet a week ago and the fans were busy dissecting the pictures and finding hidden clues about Avengers 4. How does this thing fit into said world, and how does it stand out from other stories we've already seen? This blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment appears to show a dead Skrull being dissected while Nick Fury stands guard with an alien weapon.

Captain Marvel opens on March 8, 2019.

The brand new trailer released on Monday evening, a ideal remedy to conclude the first day of the week if you ask the little nerd in me (she knows the pain that went into covering Emmys at Indian Standard Time).

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