New 'Captain Marvel' trailer shows us two things we didn't see before

New 'Captain Marvel' trailer shows us two things we didn't see before

New 'Captain Marvel' trailer shows us two things we didn't see before

In a new trailer for Captain Marvel released on Monday night, Carol (Brie Larson) tries to prove her non-Skrull status to a dubious Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) by casually firing a photon blast across the room - no special equipment required. But there have been doubts about Carol Danvers' on-screen debut. We stand above. I mean, look, we can be anyone, and we're stronger than the rest of them. Not only was he present when Carol Danvers gained her powers, but at a point, he also teams up with Ronan the Accuser to overthrow the Supreme Intelligence.

"She's one of the few people in the Marvel Universe that can time travel". Both Fandango and Atom Tickets conducted a survey amongst moviegoers, with Captain Marvel only coming in behind Avengers: Endgame as the most anticipated movie of 2019.

"I've never seen anything like her", Fury later says to one of his colleagues.

So what's going on here? Set in the 1990s, the film is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Let's run through those options.

Jackson hints that heavy hitter is Brie Larson's Captain Marvel. And like, 'Wow, maybe women can actually do the same things that dudes can do. But if that's the case, there's going to have to be a hell of an explanation for why she doesn't use that ability all the damn time to correct the wrongs that have taken place in the MCU. I don't want to say.

It then shifts to detail the Skrull space invasion, with Carol stating that the evil extraterrestrials are shape-shifters that can not be trusted - not even when they appear as gentle, sweet old ladies. "Or just as we were developing it, yes". At this point, Samuel L. Jackson's Fury is just a low-level S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, and Carol's arrival on Earth is his first encounter with the odd and extraterrestrial.

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