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First trailer for MCU’s Captain Marvel drops

First trailer for MCU’s Captain Marvel drops

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has just added another heroine to its ranks early this morning, when the first trailer for the Captain Marvel movie dropped and the world got its first look at Brie Larson in the role of Carol Danvers.

You might remember Nick Fury activating a pager with a very familiar looking emblem on it at the end of Avengers: Infinity War which many have said proves that the hero will play a large part in the second half of Marvel’s major crossover epic.  Add to that the fact that Captain Marvel is straight up one of the most powerful characters on the Marvel roster and it looks like Thanos will have his hands ful (that is, if Carol didn’t turn to dust!)

The trailer is action packed, with everything from Carol crashing through the roof of a Blockbuster Video (hello nostalgia!) to straight up punching an old lady in the face (wasn’t expecting that) and it gives us a very worthy introduction to Marvel’s first solo female hero.  Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think on the comments!  What was your favorite part?

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Jackie Torrance

Jackie Torrance grew up in the cornfields of the American Midwest near Gatlin, Nebraska. She was a small, strange child with an affinity for playing near the sewers and setting things on fire. However, as she aged, the plainness and quiet of the Midwest failed to satisfy Jackie's growing yearning for adventure, and on the night of her senior prom, she stole her boyfriend's vintage 1958 Plymouth Fury, and headed out west to Colorado. There she spent several weeks hiking in the mountains and writing a novel whilst staying at the Overlook Hotel. Upon the completion of said novel, she restarted her roadtrip and drove east until she reached Maine. After living a few years in the town of Derry working as a librarian, she relocated to Castle Rock, where she is currently employed as a reporter for the Daily Call. In all seriousness, I'm a Midwestern girl in her senior year of college to get a major in film studies and a minor in screenwriting. I enjoy reading books, listening to classic rock, writing, and drinking whiskey. The only thing true about the above bio is that there's a cornfield across from my house.

11 Comments

  1. Deadpoolio1224

    Im going to say the old lady she punched was a skrull in disguise…

    Reply
    • Acadia Einstein

      I hope so, but then part of me doesn’t!

      Reply
    • Jackie Torrance

      Yeah, I thought the same thing. I feel way better about her punching a skrull than I do her just socking someone’s grandma in the face.

      Reply
  2. Jennifer sandwich

    Imonna have to check it out. I can’t tell you how many old ladies I’ve wanted to punch, so maybe I can live vicariously through this film.

    Reply
    • Jackie Torrance

      Don’t worry, Sandwich, we’ve all wanted to punch old ladies at one time or another.

      Reply
  3. Jane

    I am so here for this movie. I’ve been psyched ever since I realized it was going to be a solo woman hero movie and now that I’ve seen the trailer I’m even more excited. Can we just discuss that segment where it shoes little Carol growing up to Captain Marvel standing up and making a fist? Badass. It gave me chills!

    Reply
    • Jackie Torrance

      Right?! I’m so excited for this! I feel like this is the perfect time for this kind of solo female action hero movie. Young girls are able to see a superhero movie led by a strong, confident, smart heroine. How great is that?

      And yes, we definitely can talk about that shoes moment because it was amazing! Ugh, I’m just so ready for this movie!

      Reply
  4. Andrew

    There was definitely some minor fanboying the first time I saw this. And the second time. And the third time too.

    Reply
    • Jackie Torrance

      And for good reason! This looks like it’s gonna be badass!

      Reply
  5. Noel

    I’ve been anticipating this film for years honestly. Every little girl dreams of growing up to be Captain Marvel, right? I want to see Fury with two eyes, it’s been a long time coming. Ready for some Talos and Skrulls action!

    Hopefully Cap (no not America, he’s been replaced – there’s a new Captain in town) will also kick some Thanos ass in Avengers 4.

    Reply
    • Jackie Torrance

      Me too! I was psyched from the moment I learned Brie Larson was attached to star. And like I said in an above comment, I think this movie is gonna be awesome for young girls in terms of seeing an empowered female superhero. I can’t wait for this!

      Reply

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