If this is all true, it seems like Marvel Studios wants to go all-out with a trailer blitz, revving up excitement for Captain Marvel (out March 8th) and Avengers 4 (out May 3rd, theoretically, unless RDJ intervenes again) in one go. Not only are we getting a new trailer for "Captain Marvel" during Monday Night Football, but it sounds like we also "might" be getting the first trailer for "Avengers 4" on Wednesday! As she glows in with her power, the poster hints at her life on Earth and her mysterious intergalactic history. We had Ant-Man and The Wasp earlier this year, but The Wasp had to share the spotlight with that other bug.
It also showcases a number of Air Force planes on her right and a number of Kree spaceships on her left.More news: George H. W. Bush dead at 94
And yet, her memories are faint. The director duo has spent nearly seven years straight in the Marvel Cinematic Universe directing Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and now Avengers 4. Perhaps he will help her figure out her past.
Kevin Feige is the producer of Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel. We will keep you posted!More news: 'Russian tanks are massing at the border,' Ukraine's President Poroshenko warns
Captain Marvel Trailer 4.
By the time Avengers 4 releases, the Russos will have spent nearly seven years straight in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and so it's understandable that they'd be looking to branch out for the next movie - and with the combined box office we can expect from their four Marvel movies, they'll surely have their pick of projects.More news: Kareem Hunt expected to go on NFL Exempt list
Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, and co-starring Larson, Jude Law, Samuel L. Jackson, and Ben Mendelsohn, Captain Marvel is a 1990s-set MCU prequel that follows powerful part-human, part-alien Carol Danvers, who finds herself smack bang in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.