New Captain Marvel Poster Hides A Furry Easter Egg

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel

Disney and Marvel Studios dropped the official trailer for "Captain Marvel" this morning, and we are all ready to see Carol Danvers take her place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

As a result of the accident and its consequent DNA fusing, Danvers returns to Earth with superhero strength, the power of flight and the ability to project energy, which explains the exciting clips of Larson in the trailer shooting light from her eyes.

Marvel finally released the first trailer for Captain Marvel, and it was everything we hoped it could be.

Marvel Studios has so far made more than $17.5 billion globally over the past decade and across 20 films.

So much for the fan theory that a line of dialogue in Captain America: Civil War pointed to the events of Captain Marvel unfolding in 1997.

Almost two minutes in length, Captain Marvel features Brie Larson and a younger-looking Samuel L. "Nick Fury" Jackson as they build an on-screen relationship and foreshadow what's to possibly come in the next Avengers movie.




With the trailer giving us a glimpse of Earth's mightiest hero, there are several reasons to be excited for the already highly anticipated film.

Feige said that the Nick Fury in Captain Marvel is a man 'who thought the Cold War is over [so] the best days are behind him. And we even got a few looks at her iconic red, blue, and gold suit.

As for Guardians of the Galaxy's Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace), it's an interesting opportunity to meet a villain before he goes rogue, as it appears that the eventual Kree-warlord will also be in pursuit of risky and shapeshifting Skrulls.

Lashana Lynch plays Maria Rambeau, Danvers's oldest friend and fellow US Air Force pilot. That means when confronted they can pull out jagged teeth, insane tentacles, and more, and Chewie's done all of that and more to defend Captain Marvel.

"War is a universal language", a voice says in the background as Larson swaggers through a subway station with a confused and alarmed look on her face.

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