New 'Captain Marvel' Poster Ahead of Marvel Trailers

03 December, 2018, 22:08 | Author: Miranda Cannon
  • Here's a New 'Captain Marvel' Poster Ahead of Tomorrow's Trailer

Captain Marvel hits theaters on March 8th, 2019. We already saw a trailer for the film in September this year.

If you're unfamiliar with Secret Wars, it was a twelve issue event running between 1984 and 1985 and saw The Beyonder transporting numerous biggest heroes and villains from the Marvel universe to Battleworld, where they are pitted against one another.

It also showcases a number of Air Force planes on her right and a number of Kree spaceships on her left.

Brie Larson will star as Carol Danvers, while Samuel L. Jackson and Clark Gregg reprise their roles as Nick Fury and Phil Coulson respectively.

Here's a New 'Captain Marvel' Poster Ahead of Tomorrow's Trailer
Marvel Studios Unleashes New Captain Marvel Poster

Nevertheless, Captain Marvel's second trailer debuting this month is much earlier than even insider like Daniel R originally expected. "Help I love her", declared Chelsea Steiner.

Having directed the Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, directors Anthony and Joe Russo were entrusted by Marvel to bring the studio's two-part Avengers epic to the big screen with Avengers: Infinity War and next year's hugely anticipated sequel. The first trailer did not really depict her powers and it was only in the last shot we saw a glimpse. We have developed a process where you take pressure off of people by letting them know less. I'm appreciating Carol's assertive pose and the divide between alien ships on one side and fighter jets on the other, showing her two worlds.

Meanwhile, word on the street suggests Marvel fans have a very big week ahead of them, starting with a new Captain Marvel trailer debuting during tonight's big game. The superhero will join the Avengers in their fight against Thanos and the quest to resurrect half the universe's life that vanished thanks to the Mad Titan's finger-snap.



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