Marvel Studios has discharged the primary authority trailer for the Captain Marvel film featuring Academy Award champ Brie Larson as Carol Danvers.
The principal trailer for Captain Marvel appeared Tuesday on Good Morning America, presenting Brie Larson as the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most current legend.
Marvel initially prodded the part-human, part-outsider character in Avengers: Infinity War, when Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury paged her at last credits scene. In any case, the trailer is the primary take a gander at Captain Marvel in real life and it’s a ground-breaking prologue to the MCU’s first solo female legend.
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck coordinated the film, which focuses on Carol — an Air Force pilot in the ’90s who increases phenomenal powers after she’s implanted with Kree outsider DNA. When we initially meet her, she’s accident arrival on Earth, right amidst a still-open Blockbuster.
A little while later, she runs into Jackson’s de-matured Nick Fury, who still has the two his eyes is still quite low on the S.H.I.E.L.D. step. He can tell that wherever she originated from, she’s a contender.
“War is a universal language,” he advises her. “I know a renegade soldier when I see one. Never occurred to me that one might come from above.”
That war is the Kree-Skrull War, an intergalactic clash between two outsider races. On the Kree side, Jude Law plays the administrator of Starforce, a tip-top intergalactic military group. Concerning the Skrulls, they’re driven by Ben Mendelsohn’s Talos — a brilliant green baddie who utilizes his shape-moving capacities to invade Earth.
Tune has been filling in as an individual from Starforce, and there are different shots of what resembles Hala, the Kree home planet. Be that as it may, she ends up still attracted to Earth, regardless of whether she obviously can’t recall why. “I keep having these memories,” she says, as scenes and flashbacks combine of her in the fight, in preparing for the Air Force, and as a young lady.
The trailer at that point travels through a progression of quick shots, and we get looks of Lashana Lynch as Carol’s Air Force closest companion Maria Rambeau, Carol wearing her notable head protector from the comics, and the arrival of Lee Pace’s Ronan the Accuser from Guardians of the Galaxy.
In any case, the trailer closes on Carol, creating gigantic measures of vitality and cautioning, “I’m not what you think I am.” Marvel has emphasized that Carol is the greatest hero the MCU has ever observed and this trailer beyond any doubt seems to be verification of that.
Notwithstanding the trailer, Marvel and Disney additionally released the film’s first poster, acquiring the slogan from Carol’s ongoing comicbook run: “Higher. Further. Faster.”
Captain Marvel will hit theaters on March 8, 2019. You can watch the trailer above.