New Captain Marvel Trailer Has More SHIELD And Shape-Shifting Skrulls

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In his first appearance at the Golden Globes, Feige addressed fans' fears and doubts about Avengers and other films in the pipeline, in an interview with MTV News. However, before she can fight Thanos, we will see her fight against Skrulls.

Captain Marvel follows Carol Danvers (Brie Larson, Room) as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. The trailer also references the film's period setting, the 1990s, as Fury notes to Danvers, "Grunge is a good look on you".

Multiple trailers, posters, and TV spots have been released for Captain Marvel and yet the film is still very much shrouded in mystery. There, she meets Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury - a young, two-eyed, eyepatch-less Nick that the Captain Marvel digital effects team created by de-aging Jackson in post-production.

On Twitter, there are now five different hashtags which will show Captain Marvel-related emojis.

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As soon as I got the email from Alamo Drafthouse, you bet I scrambled to purchase tickets for their Captain Marvel "exclusive fan event screening" on March 7th (the movie's big release date is Friday, March 8th). Coulson asks Fury. "She's just the beginning", Fury replies. The film comes from directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Half Nelson, Mississippi Grind), with Gemma Chan, Annette Bening, and Djimon Hounsou among the cast.

Plus, in one score for the "Jude Law is secretly a villain" theory, his (still as-yet-unnamed) character venomously spits out a line that'll probably drive Captain Marvel for years to come: "You're not as strong as you think".

It is already being speculated that Captain Marvel will play a part in helping Avengers: Endgame.

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