A brand-new trailer for Marvel Studios’ 'Captain Marvel' released on Tuesday, December 4. The Marvel Studios took to Twitter and unveiled the 2.18 minutes action-packed video featuring Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson.
In the much-anticipated trailer, Larson can be seen fighting an intergalactic war all geared up in Captain Marvel suit. She describes herself as a 'noble warrior hero' who is reborn to live 'longer, stronger, and superior'.
The trailer takes us to the flashback journey of the titular character, Carol Danvers, played by Larson. She is featured as a part-Kree, part-human superhero who has had a childhood in the earth and has returned in search of her identity. However, she gets stuck in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races and finally takes up the charge to end the ongoing conflict. The character that seemed to be a bit confused at the beginning of the trailer, looks confident and all charged up for a fight, by the end. She looks magnificent as she eventually discovers her powers.
The trailer which starts with Carol Danvers fighting in a public transport ends with an iconic dialogue, "I am not gonna fight your war, I am gonna end it."
Interestingly, the trailer also featured a very unlikely side of S.H.I.L.D chief Nick Fury (played by Samuel L. Jackson). The strong and bond character of the Marvel Cinematic Universe can be seen playing with a cat at the concluding part of the trailer. The film features a comparatively young Fury with both his eyes unharmed. He can be seen accompanying Carol Danvers through her journey on Earth.
Watch the trailer here:
Marvel Studios has teased the released of the new trailer on Monday, December 3, stating that it will drop sometime during 'Monday Night Football' and took to social media to share the new poster featuring Brie Larson. The trailer surfaced in the halftime of the match and the fans are thrilled by the new trailer.
Here's how Twitter-verse reacted:
The film which is jointly scripted and helmed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck is all set to hit the theatres on March 8, 2019.