Captain Marvel trailer: Brie Larson To Star As Earth’s Only Hope

Nagini Shree |Dec 04, 2018

Brie Larson is flying high in the latest trailer for Captain Marvel.

Marvel Studios has released the second trailer of Captain Marvel, which is set to be out only a couple of months before Avengers 4.

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Brie Larson will play as female hero Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel.

Starring as a powerful woman, the Oscar-winner Brie Larson plays the titular role of the superhero, who returns to the Earth after many years away with gravity-defying stunts and killer confidence. Her act is so convincing and enticing that you wouldn't want to take your eyes off the screens. Larson is likely to have an opportunity to become the most influential female presence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, surpassing Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch) and making the same huge impact as Gal Gadot brought to rival DC’s Wonder Woman last year.

The trailer offers a few glimpses of some superheroes in MCU, connecting with the events of Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel after Thanos’ finger snap.

The much-awaited and highly anticipated trailer set in the mid-’90s will follow Carol Danvers — a part-human and part-alien pilot with superhuman powers — as she gets caught up in an intergalactic battle between two species. She crash-lands to her homeworld of Earth to deal with a Skrull invasion.

Before becoming a superhero, Carol Danvers worked in the United States Air Force, where she served as a pilot, an intelligence officer, and a NASA security officer. During her adventures with an alien soldier named Mar-Vell, she developed her suite of superhuman abilities. She could fly and hang out in the vacuum of space without dying; absorb any kind of energy and release it as concentrated blasts.

Captain Marvel is a prequel to other films within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, taking place before the Avengers assembled, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it was formed.

In the trailer, Samuel L. Jackson is also seen as a digitally de-aged, two-eyed Nick Fury, who indulges in his own fun when playing with a kitten under the circumstance of saving the world. The end of Avengers: Infinity War saw Nick Fury sending out an urgent message to Captain Marvel after Thanos’ devastating snap, which wiped out half the universe’s population. The trailer brings Captain Marvel to life, more powerful and stronger to beat Thanos once and for all, ending the war in MCU.

The film is penned and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, with Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Jac Schaeffer also contributing to the screenplay. The supporting cast includes Jude Law (Yon-Rogg), Ben Mendelsohn (Talos), Gemma Chan (Minn-Erva), Rune Temte (Bron-Char), Lashana Lynch (Maria Rambeau) and others.

Captain Marvel is slated to hit the theatres on 8th March 2019.


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