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The First 'Captain Marvel' Trailer Is Here

18 Septembre 2018

A few weeks ago, we got our first look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel in a set of production stills from the movie, and today, Disney debuted the film's first trailer.

Captain Marvel is due to be released on March 8, 2019.

Larson stars in the title role in the upcoming movie, which follows her character as she becomes Captain Marvel after planet Earth is caught in the middle of an intergalactic war between two alien worlds. Then we see a flurry of Danvers's Earthly flashbacks - military training, all-American ballgames - as she struggles to discern what about her past might be real. Truth be told, it's one of the most interesting trailers Marvel has released; filled with intrigue, action, and old lady punching.

She's in search of someone, and doesn't remember much of her life pre-Starforce.

The only slight change for Captain Marvel from film to comics is her full armor only makes an appearance when she's in her Kree costume.

"Didn't occur to me one would come from above", he added.

The pager is used by a young Nick Fury to type the message "with target" though who is the target remains unclear due to the quick pace of the trailer. "I keep having these memories".

Check back in on Tuesday and see if we're right. She doesn't know why, but she gets the impression that she's actually an Earth native.

Danvers popped up in the last scene of Avengers: Infinity War, called upon by Samuel L Jackson's Nick Fury.

Both Marvel and DC Comics - the giants of the cinematic superhero world - have had massive successes in recent years with blockbusters that shatter the mold of what a traditional superhero looks like.

The first trailer for Disney/Marvel's Captain Marvel, the hugely anticipated female-led MCU entry, has dropped. Regardless, it seems like Captain Marvel will be a major player when she returns for the second half of the Thanos/Infinity Gauntlet story.

Brie Larson's character stands before an older woman on a train, leering at her like she's something villainous.

The First 'Captain Marvel' Trailer Is Here