'Captain Marvel' packs quite a punch in new trailer

Danny Woods
December 7, 2018

Watch the origin story chaos (above)! Marvel Studios confirmed on Twitter that the trailer will drop today during Monday Night Football on ESPN. It also unveils that the film will center around the Kree and Skulls, two alien races featured heavily in the Marvel comics.

Captain Marvel - which also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jude Law and Clark Gregg - opens in the U.S. March 8. Which means that, before we get the Avengers 4 trailer, we've now got a new one for Captain Marvel. Although, we don't know his name yet, some speculate that it could be Mar-Vell.

/Film visited the set of Captain Marvel (read our full set visit interview with Larson here) and learned that Kelly Sue DeConnick consulted on Captain Marvel.

The second trailer of MCU's "Strongest Avenger" or so say Twitterati, Captain Marvel, is finally out. 'We found you with no memory - we made you one of us. In fact, according to Larson, it's the friendship that Carol shares with her best friend and fellow pilot Maria that is the glue that holds the science fiction epic together. In the comics Carol's cat is named "Chewie", but there's already a famous Chewie in the Disney portfolio, so introducing Goose.

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The trailer begins with Carol Danvers, in her green Captain Marvel costume, cautiously walking through a subway auto, intercut with a conversation between Danvers and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson).

The trailer then features Annette Bening's character, Danvers' Kree mother, who reveals that Carol's real life began nearly as it ended.

Also in the movie are Djimon Hounsou as Korath and Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, with both previously appearing in Guardians of the Galaxy. "Maria as a character is an incredible badass in her own way and they are equals", Larson said.

"I thought of myself as being an introvert with asthma who needed to get her s- together to be able to do this", Larson told the Sun.

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