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First Trailer For Captain Marvel Has Officially Dropped


The first trailer for Captain Marvel has officially landed after Brie Larson exclusively unveiled it to the world on Good Morning America.

Brie Larson recently sent Marvel fans into a frenzy after teasing some huge Captain Marvel news on Twitter.

In an exchange of Tweets with Entertainment Weekly, Larson, who will take on the role of Captain Marvel, vowed to ‘break the internet’ by unveiling information about the upcoming MCU film.

Only adding to the excitement, EW replied: ‘Yes! Meet us here at noon ET. We’ve got something Marvel-ous in mind,’ to which Brie confirmed: ‘It’s a DATE!’

Details of the newest Marvel movie have remained relatively sparse, so the prospect is something that has been more than welcomed by fans.

Fans started to spot Captain Marvel Easter eggs in Avengers: Infinity War, with many speculating that the cloth around Cull Obsidian’s waist may have belonged to her, due to the matching colour scheme.


Though the more obvious nod towards Captain Marvel came after the end credits (typical), when Nick Fury hurriedly pages a mystery person before succumbing to Thanos’ Infinity Snap. We then see Captain Marvel’s insignia on the pager screen.

Set in the 1990s, way before Infinity War, the upcoming movie will follow Carol Danvers, featuring the Skrull as villains and shapeshifting aliens.

As for Danvers’ superpowers, she is able to fly, project and absorb energy and obviously possesses superhuman strength, speed and durability.

Speaking to IGN about Captain Marvel in 2016, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige promised: “What is one of the coolest things about it is she will be by far the most powerful character we’ve ever introduced in the movie.”

Katey Roberts

Katey Roberts

Social Editorial Executive
Katey is the Social Editorial Executive for Media Chain. She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017 with a BA of Film And Media Studies. Former Social Editor of PRETTY52. Tweet her @kateydoll, or email her at [email protected]