New 'Captain Marvel' trailer to debut during 'Monday Night Football'

Brenda Watkins
December 7, 2018

But what if I told you this already ideal trailer could be made EVEN MORE spectacular? It's a striking palette for Marvel, and one that promises a bold new voice in the MCU. With a peek in her past, the production house plans to bring back Carol Danvers in her Captain Marvel suit to avenge for the disintegration of some of the Avengers and half the world in Avengers 4.

Marvel Studios has unleased a brand new Captain Marvel poster ahead of the second trailer, which is set to premiere tomorrow night, December 3rd, during ESPN's Monday Night Football game between the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Newer reveals in the trailer include Annette Bening as the Kree who saved Danvers, a USA air force pilot, and invested her with the alien powers that turn her into Captain Marvel. There's no official word on that yet, but we'll be willing it to be true with every fibre of our beings.

Carol sees herself as a Kree as much as a human, so the fact that she leaves Earth to defend the Kree Empire in the film should come as no surprise.

The trailer then features Annette Bening's character, Danvers' Kree mother, who reveals that Carol's real life began nearly as it ended. For one, it will be the first Marvel film with a female lead character.

The New 'Captain Marvel' Trailer Is Here And It's Insane

Captain Marvel is said to be the most powerful superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (by none other than Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige).

Fans will only know for sure when the movie is released next spring.

But the trailer than takes a turn, revealing that Danvers had a past life on Earth.

Captain Marvel will hit theaters March 8, 2019, with Marvel's highly-anticipated Avengers 4 hitting theaters just a few months later on May 3, 2019.

In the comic books, Carol Danvers gets her powers, including the ability to fly and manipulate energy, when the Psyche-Magnitron, a Kree wishing machine, explodes. "If anyone tells you different don't trust them".

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