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Captain Marvel' Trailer Gives New Look At Skrulls



A new Captain Marvel trailer has finally dropped, and with it, we get an even better look at the Skrulls.
In the first trailer for Captain Marvel, we got a quick look at several Skrulls on the beach, led by Ben Mendelsohn's Talos. Here we get another look at the Skrulls and Talos, and you can check it out in the screenshot below.
(Photo: Marvel Studios)Talos will play an important part in Captain Marvel, as he will be playing a dual role. While Talos is a Skrull Commander, he will also be appearing in his human form as he has infiltrated SHIELD. Not only that, but he also happens to be Nick Fury's boss, and is working behind the scenes to orchestrate a Skrull invasion.
The fact that the Skrulls have already made their way into SHIELD is impressive, though it is also important to note due to the time this takes place, Nick Fury isn't a high ranking SHIELD agent yet.
Mendelsohn recently revealed some details about how Talos approaches his infiltration work and the differences between humans and Skrulls.
(Photo: Marvel Studios)"I mean, when you’re Skrullin’, it’s a bit of a different thing," Mendelsohn told EW. "It’s a got a certain flow to it that this guy [gestures to human costume] doesn’t have. Because this guy doesn’t sound like this. This guy is [adopts American accent] a lot more like, straight up, ready to do the work, very military-industrial complex certain 1990-whatever. A lot more buttoned up. Skrullin’ is a bit more laid back, a bit tougher. A little bit nastier? Maybe? Maybe. You got sharper nails, stuff like that."
Captain Marvel follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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'Captain Marvel': First Look at Annette Bening



The latest trailer for Captain Marvel has officially arrived, and it gave the first look at a pretty familiar face.
The new trailer, which you can check out here, went a bit more in depth with the origin story of Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel (Brie Larson). A lot of this exposition was explained to Carol (and the audience) by a Kree scientist of some sort, played by Annette Bening.
(Photo: Marvel Studios)While the name of Bening's character is currently a mystery, this scene does give fans an indication of what to expect from her role in the film, something she's been secretive about in the past.


"I can't give anything away." Bening said of her role in a TV appearance earlier this year. "No, in fact, I need to call them again and they have to tell me exactly what it is that I can't say. All I can tell you is that it is as much fun as you would imagine it could be. At least it was for me. It was so much fun, and I can't tell you why because then it would give something away. It was like when you're a little kid and you imagine what it would be like to be in a superhero movie, that's what it was like. Seriously. It was fun."
Regardless of whoever Bening ends up playing, it's clear that her characters has a significant part in Carol's superhero origins, something that will be presented in a unique way within the film.


"I think the way the film opens is much different than an origin movie, and because she is a heroine that you haven't seen before, we're able to tell this story structurally in a way that will feel unexpected and hopefully will keep audiences off balance," producer Nate Moore said in an interview earlier this year. "Still balanced enough that they can enjoy the film, but even just making it a period film is sort of interesting in that it's not just a function of the world as we know it in the MCU today."
"I think there is a structure to origin films that audiences sometimes can get ahead of very quickly," Moore continued. "So, if we do origin films, internally, we talk about how we can subvert that structure. For instance, Captain Marvel is an origin movie in that you haven't seen her before, but we think we've stumbled upon a structure there that isn't the traditional structure of what origin movies typically are."

"You meet the character, they have a problem, they get powers at the end of the first act, and the end of the second act they learn about the powers, the third act they probably fight a villain who has a function of the same powers," Moore added. 'That's a lot of times what a typical origin movie is structured like, but as we introduce new characters moving forward, we want to find ways to subvert that structure, so at least the experience of the film feels new to audiences. We're very conscious of making sure that audiences don't get things that feel like they've seen them before."
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'Captain Marvel's Cat Makes Trailer Debut



While Carol Danvers cat has a new name for the movie, we're still quite fond of Goose, and now Danvers' adorable friend has made her Captain Marvel trailer debut.
(Photo: Marvel Studios)Fans first saw Goose thanks to Funko's new line of POPs and some leaked LEGO releases, but now we have our first look at what Captain Marvel's sidekick will look like in the actual film thanks to the trailer that dropped during Monday Night Football. Sure Goose doesn't have any powers, but we're pretty sure the cat will quickly become a fan favorite just like Chewie did in the comics.


What isn't clear is if Goose will have any of Chewie's more science fiction aspects, like the fact that she was a Flerken. You might be wondering where the term Flerken comes in, and that's a longer story. At one point in the books, Captain Marvel heads off into space to run the Alpha Flight space station and ends up taking Chewie with her. Eventually, they encounter the Guardians of the Galaxy, and to say Rocket Raccoon loses his mind when he sees Chewie is an understatement. After literally trying to kill her Captain Marvel gets him to back off, but he keeps saying that the cat is actually part of a species known as Flerken, who happen to take the form of cats.


Eventually, the two come to an understanding, though Chewie is actually a Flerken, and can sprout tentacles and tiny pocket universe when threatened. Despite the tentacles thing, Chewie is pretty adorable, and we're happy to see he included in the film, even if some of the comic aspects are left out. Still, would love to see her called a Flerken before the credits roll, as that would just make our day.


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'Captain Marvel': Brie Larson on Carol Danver's Ego







During a scene being shot for the upcoming Marvel Studios film “Captain Marvel” last spring, it appeared that Carol Danvers, as embodied by actress Brie Larson, had not yet emerged as the full-fledged superhero she’ll become, but it’s clear that she’s a determined, confident women of action nonetheless.

The mysterious sequence ComicBook.com witnessed offered little by way of context: Larson’s Danvers was aboard a spacecraft, clad in that intriguing teal-and-black variation of her superhero costume, surrounded by the similarly garbed members of the Starguard, including Korath (Djimon Hounsou), Minn-Erva (Gemma Chan) and the enigmatic character portrayed by Jude Law whose identity is still the source of much conjecture. They’re conducting a mission in which Carol reminds them they were instructed to “bring the heat.” Clearly something Carol’s done has rankled a few of her teammates, but she seems wholly unconcerned.


“I think she has an ego, but in a healthy way,” Larson told reporters on her take on Carol’s confidence. “She doesn't have an unrealistic expectation of herself – she just owns that she's really good and really skilled, which feels good to play. She also has an incredible sense of humor, makes fun of herself, makes fun of other people and has no issue if someone makes fun of her.”
There’s a richness and complexity to Carol Danvers that Larson admires; she calls the role “probably the most dynamic character that I've ever played. We'll see what the movie is, but as of now it's been the most range I've ever played in a character. I've had to go through every emotion possible with her…That's what I want: I want to see complicated female characters. I want to see myself, which is not a simple person. I surprise myself constantly by what's happening and what's coming up, so hopefully that's what comes out on screen.”

Larson, an accomplished actress who claimed just about every major acting trophy – including the Academy Award – for her performance in “Room,” admitted that Captain Marvel had proven just as challenging to her as a performer, in a multitude of ways. “The general answer is just getting through a movie like this is a real challenge of everything, of mind, body, and spirit, because it's a long one. And because I added in the physical side to it, it's like doing a triathlon or something!”
“There are some days where I'm doing a fight sequence for three days, and then at the end of the third day, after I've been punching and kicking, it's like, ‘Okay, now we're gonna do this one piece where you're crying, and it's emotional,’ and you're like, ‘Whoa!’” she laughed. “It moves so fast, and there's so much that at a certain point you have to sort of trust your instincts.”


The actress also revealed that consulting with comic book writer Kelly Sue DeConnick, known for writing the definitive contemporary take of Carol Danvers, was incredibly crucial to her preparation.
“I have to admit that talking with her was so surreal,” Larson said. “I feel like I just blacked out. I felt really nervous, because it's this thing that, this woman that she created, that I feel very certain she knows way better than I do. I just was so honored to receive her blessing, and to see how excited she was, and that felt like a relief to me. Because she pushed this forward, you know? We wouldn't be here without her, really. And I'm so grateful for that character that she created, and now we're just kind of following the breadcrumb trail that she made.”
Captain Marvel follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Is 'Captain Marvel's Cat How Fury Loses His Eye?





A new Captain Marvel trailer was released tonight, and fans were excited to see more of the highly-anticipated upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Packed with new details about Carol Danvers' origin story, there is a lot for fans to get excited about but one moment of the trailer has people wondering if the film is foreshadowing how Nick Fury loses his eye.
You see, the trailer features Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) having a moment with Carol's (Brie Larson) cat, Goose and it turns out that Fury is very much a cat person -- something that surprised fans on social media. However, despite the charming and touching moment many fans wondered if it's Goose who will ultimately cost Fury his eye and while that would certainly be a sad turn considering how happy he is petting Goose in the trailer, it's actually not impossible.


You see, in comics Carol's cat is named Chewie and, well, Chewie isn't exactly a cat. She's something called a Flerken. In comics, Carol heads off into space to run the Alpha Flight space station and Chewie ends up going along for the ride. As the story goes on, they encounter the Guardians of the Galaxy and Rocket Raccoon, upon seeing Chewie, full-on loses it. Rocket literally attempts to kill poor Chewie and while Captain Marvel stops him, Rocket keeps insisting that Chewie is a Flerken -- a dangerous alien species that takes the form of common housecats.
Turns out? Chewie really is a Flerken. She can sprout tentacles and tiny pocket universes when threatened and is all around pretty fierce. She's also very loyal to Carol and those she cares about which is why it isn't too hard to believe that Goose -- if she is a Flerken like Chewie -- could be responsible for partially blinding Fury. Should Goose think Fury is threatening or hurting Carol, she might attack.

Of course, given how much Fury seems to like Goose there is another possibility: maybe Fury loses his eye defending Goose. Fury is a cat person, after all.
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'Captain Marvel': Brie Larson Says Maria Rambeau Relationship Is Different From Other Superhero Films





Fans will get to meet Monica Rambeau's mother Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel, and Brie Larson gave us a few more details about their relationship in the film.
Fans are much more familiar with Monica Rambeau than her mother in the comics, but in the movie it is Maria that gets some shine. ComicBook.com's Scott Huver recently had the chance to speak to Larson on the set of Captain Marvel about a variety of topics, including how the relationship between Carol and Maria (played by Lashana Lynch) is different than ones you've seen in other superhero films.


"I think the Maria dynamic is really important in this movie," Larson told ComicBook.com. "She is the representation of love in this film and it is something that I'm very proud of, that the love relationship, and it is a deep love relationship, is not by the same lustful definition that we usually attribute to movies of this size. That it's more complex, and also I think more meaningful than most love relationships that I see in films like this."
"And Maria as a character is an incredible badass in her own way," Larson said. "And they are equals, and I think seeing two women that have a playful competitiveness while also mutual respect and care, and have gone through so much together, there's a lot of history, and are just best friends is something that I'm excited to see. Because uncomplicated sort of female friendships are sort of rare to see. I have a lot of them in my life, so to be able to bring that on screen with someone who's just so crazy talented, and smart, and beautiful, and wonderful, and is doing her own part to make sure that there are revolutions in a movie that are her own, that she's creating, is just awesome."

If you want to find out more about Captain Marvel's history, you can check out our handy guide to the character right here!
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'Captain Marvel' Trailer Might Explain How Carol Gets Her Kree Name





The newest Captain Marvel trailer revealed quite a bit about Carol Danvers' origin, and one detail may have just been hiding in plain sight.
In one sequence of the trailer, Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) can be seen investigating what appears to be a file surrounding her previous life in the Air Force. One shot of this sequence shows Carol holding a destroyed name tag, presumably from one of her Air Force suits, which reads "CAROL DA".
(Photo: Marvel Studios)


While this might not seem significant on its own, it lines up in a surprising way with a recently-revealed detail from the film's Funko Pop line. The boxes for the massive line of figures labeled Carol's name in several different ways, depending on what costume they were for. For the Pops of Carol in her blue-and-green Starforce suit, the character name on the box simply reads "VERS".
That got us to thinking -- could Carol's Kree name have come about thanks to this broken name tag? As the second trailer explained, Carol was taken and experimented on by the Kree after an accident in the Air Force, as a way to both save her from the accident and give her better abilities. There's a chance that when that happened, Carol was still wearing the "VERS" portion of the name-tag on her suit, which led to her being referred to by that name once she was "reborn" as a Kree.

Ultimately, fans will have to wait and see if Captain Marvel takes this approach to Carol's origins, considering how unconventional the film is expected to be.
"I think the way the film opens is much different than an origin movie, and because she is a heroine that you haven't seen before, we're able to tell this story structurally in a way that will feel unexpected and hopefully will keep audiences off balance," producer Nate Moore said in an interview earlier this year. "Still balanced enough that they can enjoy the film, but even just making it a period film is sort of interesting in that it's not just a function of the world as we know it in the MCU today."


"I think there is a structure to origin films that audiences sometimes can get ahead of very quickly," Moore continued. "So, if we do origin films, internally, we talk about how we can subvert that structure. For instance, Captain Marvel is an origin movie in that you haven't seen her before, but we think we've stumbled upon a structure there that isn't the traditional structure of what origin movies typically are."
"You meet the character, they have a problem, they get powers at the end of the first act, and the end of the second act they learn about the powers, the third act they probably fight a villain who has a function of the same powers," Moore added. 'That's a lot of times what a typical origin movie is structured like, but as we introduce new characters moving forward, we want to find ways to subvert that structure, so at least the experience of the film feels new to audiences. We're very conscious of making sure that audiences don't get things that feel like they've seen them before."
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Captain Marvel Brings Starforce To The MCU - Here Are All 7 Members


Captain Marvel will introduce a new, powerful team into the Marvel Cinematic Universe: the elite Kree military unit known as Starforce. This is a remarkably deep cut for the MCU, given that Starforce originated in 1992 and have only made a handful of appearances since.

In the comics, Starforce is a group created to serve the Supreme Intelligence, the absolute ruler of the Kree. Although they didn't know it, Starforce were pawns in a desperate game by the Supreme Intelligence. This monstrous being believed that the Kree had stopped evolving, and were doomed as a race. In order to kick-start evolution, it triggered a galactic war between the Kree and the rival Shi'ar Empire. The Shi'ar ultimately dropped a genetic bomb on the Kree homeworld of Hala, killing millions but forcing the survivors to evolve or die. As for the Starforce unit, they were subsumed into the Shi'ar military.


Captain Marvel's second trailer reveals an image of the core Starforce team, as they are walking toward two other members. Beginning with those two other members and then moving from left to right, let's take a look at the members of the Kree's elite Starforce unit.

MAR-VELL OR YON-ROGG (JUDE LAW)

First up is the Starforce unit's enigmatic leader, believed to be the Kree hero Mar-Vell. The character was created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan in 1967, largely in order to secure the trademark to the name "Captain Marvel." Mar-Vell was one of the Kree's greatest warriors, and was sent to Earth to spy on our world after the emergence of super-powered humans. Mar-Vell became increasingly sympathetic to humanity, and ultimately fought against his own race in Earth's defense. His heroism served as an inspiration to countless others, including Carol Danvers, but Mar-Vell's story came to a tragic end in Jim Starlin's 1982 graphic novel, The Death of Captain Marvel. One of the most powerful Marvel comics of all time, this saw Mar-Vell die of cancer, having been irradiated over the course of his superhero career.

Jude Law has long been rumored to be playing Mar-Vell in the MCU, but it's also possible that he's playing Yon-Rogg, a Kree military commander who ultimately becomes on of Carol Danvers' foes. Rather than a lone operative, Captain Marvel envisions Law's character as leader of the Starforce, and he's expected to act as Carol Danvers' mentor. The notion that Law is playing Yon-Rogg is supported by a recently leaked Funko Pop! that displayed his name as such, but that toy figure was quickly changed before its official release. So, it's still unclear who Law is playing in Captain Marvel, but whoever he is, he's bound to be a major character in Carol's life.

RONAN THE ACCUSER (LEE PACE)

Now this is a familiar face. Donning traditional Kree armor, Ronan the Accuser is a would-be warlord who truly believes in his race's militaristic history. Given his position in the reveal photo as well as in the Captain Marvel trailers, it seems that Ronan is a member of Starforce at this point in time. Lee Pace is reprising the role after first playing Ronan in 2014's Guardian of the Galaxy, which revealed that the Kree warrior is destined to abandon his people and become a dangerous, bloodthirsty renegade.

Curiously, Ben Mendelsohn is playing Captain Marvel's major villain, a Skrull military leader called Talos. In the comics, Ronan and Talos have actually worked together on occasion. It's possible the two are conspiring to reignite the war between their two races, and that Ronan's treason will be exposed. That would explain why he leaves Starforce.
KORATH THE PURSUER (DJIMON HOUNSOU)

In the comics, Korath was a Kree cyber-geneticist who experimented upon himself in order to play a part in the Kree-Skrull War. This villain possesses basic superhuman strength, stamina, and durability, but his greatest skill is a low-level telepathic power that allows him to track his prey. Just as with Ronan, we know what the future has in store for Korath; Djimon Hounsou played the character in Guardians of the Galaxy, proving that this particular Starforce member will ultimately remain loyal to Ronan above the Kree Empire.



ATT-LASS (ALGENIS PEREZ SOTO)
Algenis Perez Soto plays Att-Lass, a Kree villain who's sometimes referred to as "Captain Atlas" in the comics. A ruthless and physically powerful warrior, Att-Lass is one of the few Kree warriors to briefly wield Mar-Vell's Nega-Bands, powerful gauntlets that tap into interdimensional energy. He became disillusioned with Starforce when he learned the team was being manipulated by the Supreme Intelligence, and became a warlord in his own right, even attempting an invasion of Earth on one occasion. As yet, we have no information about how Att-Lass will be portrayed in Captain Marvel.

CAROL DANVERS (BRIE LARSON)

Next up is Brie Larson's Carol Danvers, who will ultimately become the titular hero Captain Marvel. Marvel is choosing to avoid the traditional superhero origin story; it's now been confirmed that Captain Marvel will open with Carol already possessing superpowers, and serving as a member of Starforce. According to Kevin Feige, the MCU's version of Captain Marvel will be an absolute powerhouse. Larson herself has suggested Carol Danvers will be able to move planets, which is something that would be a byproduct of her Captain Marvel Binary powers.

Captain Marvel sees Carol Danvers team up with the young Nick Fury and Phil Coulson in order to take on the alien race of shapeshifters known as the Skrulls. When the film is over, though, Carol will mysteriously disappear from the MCU for over a decade; it's generally believed she'll either be adventuring in space, or else in the Quantum Realm. Whatever the case may be, the post-credits scene of Avengers: Infinity War saw the dying Nick Fury summon Carol for help. She's confirmed to be a major player in Avengers 4, and Josh Brolin has hinted she'll wind up taking on Thanos personally.

BRON-CHAR (RUNE TEMTE)

You can be forgiven for not having heard of Bron-Char. He was a Kree warrior introduced in the 1998 event "Live Kree or Die." Bron-Char has the curious distinction of being one of the few people to successfully destroy one of Captain America's shields; Cap had lost his traditional shield a while ago, and was using a replica from the Smithsonian Institution. The character has only appeared in a handful of issues, meaning Rune Temte can essentially portray him however he wishes.

MINN-ERVA (GEMMA CHAN)

Sometimes known as Doctor Minerva, this Kree geneticist is one of Captain Marvel's lesser-known villains. She's a ruthless scientist with no qualms about experimenting upon "lesser races" such as humans, and possesses basic energy manipulation powers that seem analogous to Carol Danvers' own abilities. Minerva was part of Strikeforce in the comics, but afterwards went rogue. She's faded into the background in recent years, popping up every now and again as an infrequent foe who simply wishes to conduct dangerous, unsanctioned experiments; Minerva's sole motivation nowadays appears to be the fact she quite enjoys her work. Gemma Chan is playing Minn-Erva, and it seems reasonable to assume she will ultimately prove to be an untrustworthy ally for Captain Marvel.
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Brie Larson Interview: Captain Marvel Set Visit




When Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel debuts in March, it will introduce fans of the MCU to Carol Danvers and tell the story of how an Air Force pilot became on of the galaxy’s most powerful heroes, setting the stage for her to appear in May’s Untitled Avengers film.

Academy Award winning actress Brie Larson, who was announced in the role of Danvers at SDCC ‘16, will headline Marvel Studios first female-led film which is set to take place in the 1990s. A Kree-human hybrid, Larson’s Danvers will bring a previously unseen power set to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After being involved in an accident, Danvers became capable of absorbing and projecting energy, gained superhuman strength and the ability to fly. While her human heritage remained a mystery, Danvers joined the ranks of the elite Kree Starforce and fought with them against their longtime enemies, the Skrulls. That war will bring her back to Earth where her past and her present will collide and set her on a path to find out who she truly is.

Larson sat down with Screen Rant to talk about the training involved to prepare for the role, how she brought Danvers (who she calls the most dynamic character she’s every played) to life, the importance of the character’s onscreen friendship with Lashana Lynch’s Maria Rambeau and much more.

Hey Brie, Sam showed us these crazy videos of you doing like-

Brie Larson: Oh my gosh. He showed those to you too?

It's his favorite thing.

Brie Larson: I can't believe it. I feel like I'm close to 100 people that have come up to me and been like, "I saw this video that you sent Sam." It's so embarrassing. I sent that to him in private. He actually showed the person that was next to him on a plane too. Which I found out later. "Oh, I sat next to Sam who you sent that video and he showed it to me." I was like, "Why?" I know, I know. He knows it was ... I came from humble beginnings.


It wasn't for you to push a Jeep down the hill.

Brie Larson: It was a joke. It was a joke with the trainer, with my trainer, Jason Walsh, that I wanted to be able to ... we were joking about it, that like, "Well, if I'm gonna go for it," because I spent nine months training with him ahead of time, and I was getting super strong. And I was like, "Well, she can move planets, the least I could do is move a car."
And so I thought it was gonna be, I'm trying to remember how long we had trained together for. Maybe five or six months at that point? And I just showed up in the gym one day and he was like, "All right, let's do it." And I pushed the car, yeah. And it wasn't has hard as I thought, which was kind of crazy. There was someone in the front seat in case for some reason, the car's in neutral, but it's going uphill. And I pushed it for a minute. Someone was in the car in case I like, crapped out, so it wouldn't run me over. There was someone waiting there to put their foot on the brake.


And the driver makes it harder.

Brie Larson: It does? Oh, because there was ... oh, it's more weight. I didn't get that. Totally didn't think about that. It's safe, don't try it at home. Really don't. It's really probably not a safe thing to do, but it felt super satisfying, and I felt really crazy afterwards. Because when you do stuff like that, I had never lifted weights, or done things until this movie like that. So you get these crazy highs, and then you're just kind of collapse onto the floor.

Is there a particular sequence or something that required such training? Or is it just a personal goal of yours?

Brie Larson: No, it really all came out of ignorance, to be honest. I didn't realize that you don't actually do your own, most people don't do their own stunts in these movies. I thought you did, and I've never been a particularly elegant or athletic person. I'm just an introvert with asthma, and felt like I needed to be able to do that. I just thought, "I don't wanna be on set, and they ask me to do things, and I don't know how to do it."

So I started training as soon as I could, which was right after I wrapped, so it basically started right as I wrapped picture, I locked picture on the film that I directed. I then went into that, which then turned into nine months of training. And nine months of just training-training, and three months of stunt training with the stunt team. We spent two hours every day, five days a week.

And it wasn't until ... everyone just went along with it, and was like, "Cool." It wasn't until we started shooting, and I started doing all my own wire work stunts, and flips and stuff that people were like, "You know nobody, now we'll tell you, nobody actually does this. We just didn't want you to stop. But now that you've kind of accomplished this thing, we don't normally do this." And I was like, huh?

But I love it. I mean it definitely makes things more complicated in certain ways, because I could be taking a lot more naps than I am. I could just be like, "Renee and Joanna got it, I'm gonna go eat some cake." But instead it's really become a huge part of how I learned more about her, and became her, and embodied her was through that, was through discovering my own strength. Pretty amazing thing.

Can you tell us a little bit about the personality? Especially in this scene, because she was being a little sassy, maybe she has a little bit of an ego to her. Is that how you look at it?

Brie Larson: I mean, I think she has an ego, but in a healthy way. She doesn't have an unrealistic expectation of herself, she just owns that she's really good and really skilled. Which feels good to play. She also has an incredible sense of humor, makes fun of herself, makes fun of other people. Has no issue if someone makes fun of her.

So I will say that this character is probably the most dynamic character that I've ever played, there's the most range. As of now, and we'll see what the movie is, but as of now it's been the most range I've ever played in a character. From I've had to go through every emotion possible with her. And a lot of this movie, although it has great comedy in it, there's also real depth to it and emotion. So I think that the film will have a lot. Which for me, that's what I want. I wanna see complicated female characters. I wanna see myself, which is not a simple person. I surprise myself constantly by what's happening and what's coming up. So hopefully that's what comes out on screen.

How has the part challenged you as an actress? Are there things where you found yourself, "Oh, this is really testing my limits."?

Brie Larson: Well, the general answer is just getting through a movie like this is a real challenge of everything. Of mind, body, and spirit. Because it's a long one. And because I added in the physical side to it, it's like doing a triathlon or something. So there are some days [Loud background noise] I hate that. There are some days where I'm doing a fight sequence ... do a fight sequence for three days, and then at the end of the third day, after I've been punching and kicking, then it's like, "Okay, now we're gonna do this one piece where you're crying, and it's emotional," and you're like, whoa. So it feels like [Loud background noise] And it moves so fast, and there's so much that at a certain point you have to sort of trust your instincts, and that's [Loud background noise]. It's been happening.

That last one, putting the drill down.

Brie Larson: Thank you.



Has it developed to be the lead character, the first female led Marvel movie?

Brie Larson: I don't know. I don't know how it's any different. To be honest, I don't want it to feel different. Kind of over the, "First female blah blah blah," and "Wow, maybe women can actually do the same things that dudes can do." What a crazy concept. I feel like the more we talk about it, the more we perpetuate the myth that it's an impossible task. No, if it wasn't like that before, it's because it was wrong. That was just wrong. Now we're just doing what's natural.

What we saw today, it looks like you're grabbing something at your neck. Is there something to that, or is that just have an itch?

Brie Larson: I just had an itch. It's, yeah. Yeah.

It's itchy in there.

Brie Larson: It's very itchy, yeah, the costume's very, very itchy.

I think you're totally right about women just doing stuff, when actually they've been doing it, especially in Hollywood for hundreds of years. What do you want the female audience to come away with? Rather than have that, is there anything in particular you were excited to see?

Brie Larson: No. It doesn't matter what I make, I feel really firmly that art is made to be enjoyed and interpreted, and you get what you need out of it. My favorite books I've read multiple times in my life, and they mean something totally different to me every time I read them. Art isn't made to be processed and labeled and organized in the way that we do it now. I even have a hard time with the idea of genre, and that we place value based off of, "Well, it's really good for a this kind of movie." What's that even mean? I don't understand.

It'll be what it is, and I think there's gonna be lot there for people to digest and feel. And hopefully it'll be the movie that you wanna revisit again and again, and as life goes on, it'll have more to it. I just wanna make art that lasts. I wanna make art that you grow with. That's all.


We heard that Kelly Sue DeConnick is consulting on the movie, which is really exciting.

Brie Larson: Yeah.

And you've, I'm assuming, talked to her. Could you share maybe some advice, or stories, or just how she's helped you get into Carol a little better?

Brie Larson: Oh gosh. I have to admit that talking with her was so surreal. I feel like I just blacked out. I felt really nervous, because it's this thing that, this woman that she created, that I feel very certain she knows way better than I do.

I just was so honored to receive her blessing, and to see how excited she was. And that felt like a relief to me. Because she pushed this forward, you know? We wouldn't be here without her, really. And I'm so grateful for that character that she created, and now we're just kind of following the breadcrumb trail that she made, you know?

Can you talk to us about the relationship between Carol and Maria, and how Monica might view Carol?

And how what?

Monica might view Carol.

Brie Larson: How Monica might view Carol. Did you hear that question? Is this okay to answer?

If she can talk about the relationship between Carol and Maria, and how Monica might view Carol.



I mean, you can talk about Maria, that relationship. As far as that, but I think we need to stop that that.

Brie Larson: Okay, okay. We're all learning what we can talk about.

I think the Maria dynamic is really important in this movie. She is the representation of love in this film. And it is something that I'm very proud of, that the love relationship, and it is a deep love relationship, is not by the same lustful definition that we usually attribute to movies of this size. That it's more complex, and also I think more meaningful than most love relationships that I see in films like this.
And Maria as a character is an incredible badass in her own way. And they are equals, and I think seeing two women that have a playful competitiveness while also mutual respect and care, and have gone through so much together, there's a lot of history, and are just best friends is something that I'm excited to see. Because uncomplicated sort of female friendships are sort of rare to see. I have a lot of them in my life, so to be able to bring that on screen with someone who's just so crazy talented, and smart, and beautiful, and wonderful, and is doing her own part to make sure that there are revolutions in a movie that are her own, that she's creating, is just awesome.

Guys, we have time for one last question.

You were talking about how you're tired of everyone talking about, okay, this is the first female movie, etc., etc., but then this year we had Black Panther, which was huge. And we all knew what the money would make, but then there was the other side where it was like, "Oh, it's gonna make this amount of money." So are you excited or ready for the reaction that Captain Marvel's gonna get?

Brie Larson: I'm not ready. [Laughs] I hope I'm not ready.

Yeah.

Brie Larson: Because I wanna be, if it is something, then I wanna be surprised, and I don't wanna have expectation, because I'm not in it for that. I didn't make this movie for any of those things, so that I could attach a numerical value to it.

But just the inspiration that comes with it.

Brie Larson: Even that is not up to me, you know? You don't get to decide if you're an inspiration to people or not. And the idea of ... I've had, since I've agreed to do this role, people have said, "Oh, well you'll be a role model, blah blah blah." I'm just gonna do what feels true to me, and if people wanna tag along, they can, and if they don't, they can bounce, and that's cool. I'm not gonna go out of my way to do things in order to be something to people.

All of my heroes were just unapologetically themselves. And they were flawed at times, and that's okay. So for me, it's part of who Carol is too. She's flawed. She's not perfect. So in order for me ... in order for me to feel comfortable stepping into this position, I have to accept my humanness, and remind everybody that I'm a human, and I’m an artist. And I just wanna make art, and that's really it.
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'Captain Marvel' Reveals Carol's MCU Kree Origin






The new Captain Marvel trailer revealed more of this Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Carol Danvers' (Brie Larson) origin story. Of the many Marvel Comics details that fans spotted in the new footage, one things that is of definite interest is how this movie presents Carol's relationship to the Kree race, and how she got her powers.
What we've seen so far in both Captain Marvel trailers summates to an origin story that's somewhat close to the comics, but still filled with a nice bit of mystery:


This latest trailer reveals much more context, as we see Carol Danvers in an aerial chase or dogfight (1:30) that ends with her having seeming crash-landed on some kind of forest terrain. At 46 seconds in we see Carol's plane being disintegrated by a spear of blue energy that envelopes Carol. Just before that (40 - 45 seconds in) we see that this energy almost cocoons her, and an earlier scene (36 seconds) shows that the Kree happen upon Carol when she's laying down, still crackling with the after effects of that energy blast, with her nose bleeding green blood, like a Kree. Other footage reveals that Skrulls were present in the crash, and Jude Law's character is seen also walking through this forest terrain. It all points to the Carol getting caught up in the Kree/Skrull war, and her powers being a by product of that conflict.
After that scene on Earth, we get explanation from Annette Bening's mystery character (The Supreme Intelligence?). According to her, the Kree Empire took in Carol, and seemingly gave her some kind transfusion to save her life. According to Bening, that transfusion is what made Carol strong like the Kree - but this is where the mystery could come in.


First of all, the source of this energy explosion that Carol is hit with seems to be a potential major twist in this story. It could be anything from a callback to the classic origin story with Carol meeting Kree spy Mar-Vell, to a reference to the power of the Infinity Stones, or anything in between. However, when Carol says to Fury later in the trailer that something in her past is the key to everything, that origin of her power could be it.
The other big twist could be what the Kree actually did for Carol - or not. Bening tells her that it was the Kree who made her stronger and better than human, but Carol is clearly already bleeding green when the Kree happen upon her lying in the dirt. We see footage of Carol getting some kind of infusion - but that could just be a blood transfusion for her to get more of what she already has. It would give Captain Marvel an extra layer of subtext, as Carol is basically getting gaslit on a cosmic scale.
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Why Captain Marvel Doesn't Age Between The 1990s & Avengers 4





One of the biggest mysteries about Carol Danvers' role in Avengers 4 has just been answered by the new Captain Marvel trailer. Brie Larson will make her MCU debut as one of the most powerful Marvel heroes ever in just a few months, before reappearing on the big screen in Avengers 4. The two movies are separated by just two months in real time, but in the MCU continuity, there will be a gap of more than 20 years.

Although this can be extended if the time jump rumors for Avengers 4 are proven to be true, the bulk of the gap comes on Captain Marvel's end. In order to tell Carol's origin without worrying about most of the MCU's ongoing canon, Marvel Studios and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are going to introduce Carol in the 1990s - 1995 to be exact. This decision came as a surprise, but fans have been debating what it means for Carol's Avengers 4 role and look ever since. One of the most common beliefs was that be brought to the future through time travel, although the cleaner explanation suggested by many is that Carol's nearly identical look will come from slowed aging thanks to her half-Kree DNA.

Thanks to the new trailer for Captain Marvel, it is finally confirmed that Marvel is taking the latter approach. Annette Bening's mystery character lays out part of Carol's MCU origin by confirming the Kree found and rescued Carol in a state of need and without a memory. She goes on to say, "We made you one of us. So you could live longer, stronger, superior. You were reborn" It is the middle of this statement that contains the piece of information fans have been looking for, with Bening's character confirming that Carol will now live longer than regular humans and age at a slower rate.



With Captain Marvel taking this route for Carol, it will mean that she'll have barely aged at all between the time of her accident and when she arrives back on Earth. The events of her solo movie are not expected to span too much time either, although it is also unknown how long ago her accident was and how long she's been working with the Starforce as a result. Even if that is a few years, Carol looks to have barely aged a day. Jumping forward another twenty years or more to Avengers 4's place in time may not change her look too much either. But the more important aspect of her slowed aging is that it means Carol can still be alive, active, and very much in her prime when she gets Nick Fury's page.

This is probably the best way for her character arc to go too. While there will be years of unknown adventures for Carol, it means that she won't have to be added to the Avengers 4 lineup via time travel. This would line-up with how Scott Lang is expected to escape the Quantum Realm and how Avengers 4 is expected to see the heroes travel back to previous movies, but may be too tight a connection between the movies that will be entering a heavy marketing push at the same time. Thankfully this does not need to be an issue with Carol's slowed aging that Captain Marvel is introducing, and we can finally say one question pertaining to Avengers 4 has been answered.
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Exclusive: Check Out Hasbro's Awesome Captain Marvel Movie Toys!





The new Captain Marvel movie trailer is out, and to go along with our super detailed trailer breakdown and coverage from our visit to the set, we're proud to exclusively debut Hasbro’s Captain Marvel product line.

2019 is the year of Captain Marvel, with Brie Larson's Carol Danvers making her cosmic big screen debut in the spring as the mystery of her alien and earthly origins are revealed, just a matter of weeks before she returns to Earth to undo the damage caused by Thanos in the Untitled Avengers 4.
Related: Brie Larson Interview from the set of Captain Marvel

We have the exclusive on the full lineup of products that will be available Spring 2019, including 5 Marvel Legends figures based on the Captain Marvel movie, 4 dolls, and 1 sweet role play power glove. Check it out!

NEW CAPTAIN MARVEL PRODUCTS FOR JANUARY 2019






CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE PHOTON POWER FX GLOVE
(HASBRO/Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $15.99/Available: January 2019)

CAPTAIN MARVEL is the leader of an intergalactic fleet who defends the universe with amazing energy-blasting super powers! Imagine CAPTAIN MARVEL blasting into action with this electronic light-up PHOTON POWER FX GLOVE, inspired by the upcoming CAPTAIN MARVEL movie, featuring lights and sound FX! Press the star button to activate effects and imagine blasting down villains like CAPTAIN MARVEL! Look for other CAPTAIN MARVEL dolls and toys to imagine suiting up to protect the universe like CAPTAIN MARVEL! Includes gauntlet and instructions. Each sold separately. Requires 2 AAA batteries, included. Available at most major retailers.








CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE PHOTON POWER FX CAPTAIN MARVEL ELECTRONIC DOLL
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CAPTAIN MARVEL is a fearless leader who uses incredible energy-blasting powers to take down enemies and protect the universe! Imagine CAPTAIN MARVEL blasting into action with this 11.5-inch scale, electronic PHOTON POWER FX CAPTAIN MARVEL DOLL, featuring superpower-inspired lights and sounds and including accessories, and rooted hair. Doll inspired by the upcoming CAPTAIN MARVEL movie. Poseable CAPTAIN MARVEL doll features 11 points of articulation so kids can put their doll in dynamic poses and move her into action! Look for all the CAPTAIN MARVEL dolls to imagine suiting up to protect the universe! Includes doll, belt, boots, and instructions. Each sold separately. Requires 1 AAA battery, included. Available at most major retailers.







CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE CAPTAIN MARVEL DOLL AND MARVEL’S GOOSE

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Determination and a fluffy-tailed companion help guide CAROL DANVERS as she joins the Super Hero ranks as CAPTAIN MARVEL. Imagine CAPTAIN MARVEL commanding her fleet into action alongside her loyal companion, GOOSE THE CAT, with this 11.5-inch scale CAPTAIN MARVEL DOLL AND MARVEL’S GOOSE accessory, inspired by the upcoming CAPTAIN MARVEL movie! Includes full soft goods fashions and backpack accessory that fits GOOSE THE CAT inside! Poseable CAPTAIN MARVEL doll features 15 points of articulation so kids can put their doll in dynamic poses and move her into action! Look for other CAPTAIN MARVEL dolls to imagine suiting up to protect the universe! Includes doll, jacket, outfit, boots, creature, and backpack. Each sold separately. Available at most major retailers.







CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE CAPTAIN MARVEL (STARFORCE) DOLL WITH HELMET
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A bold leader with a heart for justice, CAPTAIN MARVEL hones her energy-blasting powers to protect and defend the universe. Imagine CAPTAIN MARVEL leading a mission for intergalactic victory with this 11.5-inch scale CAPTAIN MARVEL (STARFORCE) DOLL, including full soft goods fashions and the CLASSIC MOHAWK HELMET accessory, inspired by the upcoming CAPTAIN MARVEL movie! Poseable CAPTAIN MARVEL doll features 15 points of articulation so kids can put their doll in dynamic poses and move her into action! Look for all the CAPTAIN MARVEL dolls to imagine suiting up to protect the universe! Includes doll, outfit, boots, and helmet. Each sold separately. Available at most major retailers.


CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE COSMIC CAPTAIN MARVEL DOLL
(HASBRO/Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $12.99/Available: January 2019)

An Earth-trained pilot turned galaxy-renowned leader, CAROL DANVERS is the energy-blasting hero, CAPTAIN MARVEL. Imagine CAPTAIN MARVEL blasting into action with this 11.5-inch scale COSMIC CAPTAIN MARVEL DOLL, including accessories, rooted hair, and 2 superpower-inspired blast accessories! Doll inspired by the upcoming CAPTAIN MARVEL movie. Poseable CAPTAIN MARVEL doll features 5 points of articulation so kids can put their doll in dynamic poses and move her into action! Look for all the CAPTAIN MARVEL dolls to imagine suiting up to protect the universe! Includes doll, belt, boots, and 2 blast accessories. Each sold separately. Available at most major retailers.

NEW MARVEL LEGENDS PRODUCTS FOR SPRING 2019

Marvel Captain Marvel 6-inch Legends Captain Marvel Figure
(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2019)






Marvel Captain Marvel 6-inch Legends Captain Marvel in Bomber Jacket Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2019)



Marvel Captain Marvel 6-inch Legends Talos Figure
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Marvel Captain Marvel 6-inch Legends Nick Fury Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2019)



Marvel Captain Marvel 6-inch Legends Star Force Commander Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2019)



We love the 6-inch Marvel Legends (and similarly, the Black Series 6-inch Star Wars toy lines) so this wave is one to look out for. We're also looking forward to more potential Marvel Legends Captain Marvel wave announcements in 2019 which include Ronan the Accuser and Jude Law's mysterious character, in addition to other members of Star Force.

As a note, the Power FX Glove, 6-inch packed figure of Carol, and the doll with Goose are being revealed else where. Our exclusive is the complete line and all its contents above.
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Captain Marvel's Trailers Are Breaking One Of The MCU's Biggest Rules




Captain Marvel's trailers are breaking one of Marvel Studios' marketing rules, and it could be a big problem when the movie releases next March: they're forgetting to explain who Captain Marvel actually is. The first MCU movie in a jam-packed 2019, this is the shared universe's first female-led solo movie and, with Brie Larson reportedly locked in for multiple movies, is set to be a major new franchise in Phase 4 and beyond.

In fan circles online, it's been one of the most anticipated movies of 2019 superhero or otherwise pretty much ever since it was moved to its current release date. At SDCC 2017, the same Hall H panel that brought the Avengers: Infinity War teaser was almost overridden by excitement at the confirmation of Skrull villains and a two-eyed Nick Fury, while the post-credits scene for Infinity War set up Carol Danvers as the universe's only hope against Thanos. It's not an understatement that this is the only film Disney could release a trailer for ahead of Avengers 4 and not receive a backlash on.


When it comes to general audiences, however, that story may be a little different. So far, we've had two trailers for Captain Marvel. Both have a similar focus, introducing Larson as amnesiac pilot Carol Danvers teaming up with a de-aged Samuel L. Jackson in a 1990s setting meshed with Marvel's cosmic stylings. And... that's it. If you come into Captain Marvel's trailers as a Kree (or, heaven forbid, MCU) agnostic, then you're going to be completely bemused by what's here. And that is a big, big issue for Marvel.


CAPTAIN MARVEL'S TRAILERS ARE FORGETTING TO EXPLAIN THE MOVIE

The first Captain Marvel teaser released in late September to pair with Venom in theaters. Coming hot on the heels of an Entertainment Weekly cover story, it provided some perfectly screencapable and giffable shots (this is one of Marvel's real marketing strengths over the competition). However, in terms of selling the movie, a lot was left unsaid. Indeed, the very basics of the character - that Carol Danvers was half-Kree, how that happened, or the powers that gifted her - were all incredibly vague; you could piece Captain Marvel's origin together only if you knew it already from the comics. Perhaps the most egregious moment was a scene where Carol punched an old lady without establishment or explanation; again, comic fans will know that it's a shapeshifting alien, but nothing in the teaser itself suggested that.

It took two months for Marvel to clarify that snafu. The second Captain Marvel trailer, released in December to show with the likes of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Aquaman and Bumblebee, opened with an extension of the granny-punching that both showed and told that she was an alien. Even there, though, there were omissions - in stating she was a Skrull, the movie still didn't clarify that she was a shapeshifter - and then, straight after correcting a teaser oversight, the trailer jumped right into ambiguity again. It vaguely teased Kree DNA tampering and mysterious pasts without ever explaining what that actually meant, leaving audiences none-the-wiser to the character or plot.

There's a lot of visual eye-candy (albeit with Marvel's typically weak CGI body models), but after two full trailers, it's not clear what Captain Marvel's story actually is, who the villains are, what Ben Mendehlson or Jude Law's roles are, or even how its central hero gets her powers. Of course, most of that can be figured out online: the movie is one of Carol regaining her memories; Mendehlson is Skrull leader Talos; Jude Law is either Mar-Vell or Yon Rogg (an intentional mystery); and Captain Marvel got her powers from the explosion of a Kree/Quantum Realm device.

But trailers aren't invitations to explainer articles, and they certainly aren't just for online audiences. They're playing to the massive opening weekends of big releases from Sony, Warner Bros. and Paramount, and it's in that mainstream collective (not die-hard fans) where most of a movie's cultural impact and box office comes from. So far, Marvel's completely ignored them. And when the character at the center of all this is Captain Marvel, that's a gamble.

AUDIENCES DON'T KNOW WHO CAROL DANVERS IS

Although she's sometimes lauded as an iconic character, Captain Marvel - with the utmost respect - really isn't. It's a title born out of legal necessity that Carol Danvers has only held for six years (and is actually the seventh to do so). And, while she's certainly a candidate with much potential for a solo movie, that doesn't come from a high level of pop culture saturation; her comic distribution numbers languish around the 30,000 point. Simply put, general audiences don't know a thing about Captain Marvel.

Looking at the history, that's not too surprising. Captain Marvel, as published by Marvel comics, came into existence in the 1960s essentially as a way to block DC from gaining rights to the eye-catching title through their own Captain Marvel (now known as catchphrase Shazam). Called Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvel was hardly a game-changer but served his purpose, and also led to the creation of Ms. Marvel aka Carol Danvers, who went by various other names throughout her career alongside the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy and more. She became Captain Marvel proper in 2012, and it's only from Kelly Sue DeConnick's redefining run onwards that we really got the mythology we know.

There's nothing wrong with a hero that doesn't have a lengthy, lauded past and generation-long debates over their correct tone. As Guardians of the Galaxy proved, prior obscurity allows a lot of freedom, and this is doubly true for Captain Marvel, whose reboot makes her essentially a Marvel response to Superman. But there has to be some understanding that there won't be the same cultural shorthand for her; general audiences don't know Captain Marvel's origin story, so they don't have the contextual information to fill in the many gaps in the trailer, nor spot the more revisionist elements.

The same was true of Black Panther, a character whose cultural importance and film's blockbusting status wasn't reflected in how lesser read his comics were. But there was one key difference between Black Panther and Captain Marvel, and that's in the marketing.



MARVEL'S MARKETING ALWAYS EXPLAINED THE HEROES... UNTIL NOW

The accidental genius of the MCU comes from all their banner heroes starting off as B-list at best characters. When Marvel became solvent after bankruptcy in the 1990s and looked to start making their own movies, the movie rights to their best-known properties - Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four - were locked away at other studios, so they had to make do with what was left. The likes of Captain America and Iron Man were, in the mid-2000s, lesser known: they were viewed as a propaganda holdover and a laughably named robot respectively. Every aspect of Marvel Studios' now tried-and-tested formula worked to fix that, with smart balance in comic reverence, astute casting and appealing stories overriding a lack of name recognition. But a key to it all was the trailers.

Marvel trailers aren't just selling the movies, they're selling the characters, and a key part of that is simply explaining their heroes. From Thor to Guardians of the Galaxy to Black Panther, the marketing campaigns for MCU movies strives to provide an overview of who they are, what their powers are and how they got them (if applicable) so that even if you've never heard of Ant-Man, you understand exactly what his deal is after two minutes. Even Spider-Man, the most popular superhero in the world, was sold in this manner; Spider-Man: Homecoming's trailers gave an earnest, straight view on Peter Parker, not letting his real-world stature get in the way of the proven (this is also why he and Black Panther debuted in Captain America: Civil War - it's more shorthand).

This means never having picked up a comic book is no excuse to not watch a film about a character, and also helps serve the shared universe as a whole: an audience member can follow Doctor Strange's arc in Avengers: Infinity War based on what's shown in his solo movie's trailer alone; and Black Panther can outgross almost all other films by bringing in an underserved audience. Trailers are such big events for Marvel because they're as important as the films.

Captain Marvel's trailers are actively working against twenty movies' worth of knowledge. They're not leading with any of the information up-front, instead teasing things only die-hards will know, with clarifications coming months later. The trailers act like the film is subverting something known, when all it's doing is rewriting a far-from-legendary origin. There may be an argument that the mystery is baked into the story and that makes selling Captain Marvel hard, but again considering that this is the corporately-owned Marvel's 21st rodeo, such obvious concerns should have been addressed in the scriptwriting stage. After all, there is one rule bigger than their own...

MYSTERIOUS MARKETING RARELY WORKS

That final point about secrecy gets at the heart of one pitfall Marvel's consistently avoided. There's a very fine line when it comes to story reveals in trailers, with audiences typically wanting everything up to a specific, and then nothing at all. However, going too far one way is considerably worse than the other: if a trailer shows too much, audiences may grumble at having the film spoiled after seeing; if a trailer shows too little, audiences won't bother buying a ticket.
Sometimes, holding back massively in the marketing works. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the premier example, with the plot of a pretty standard reboot of the saga given a veil of immense secrecy by J.J. Abrams' mystery box marketing, and the hype for Episode VII vastly increasing as a result. But not every movie is Star Wars 7. Equally restrained trailers are widely believed as the cause for Star Wars: The Last Jedi's backlash and Solo: A Star Wars Story's box office bomb, and the same is true of films like Blade Runner 2049. Within all this, there is an argument about story preservation, but when we're dealing with $150+ million behemoths, a compromise is needed.

Ironically, it's Marvel that normally strikes the best balance. Their trailers start off as teases, gradually revealing more good stuff and providing audiences with a subliminal sense of narrative while holding just enough back (at least one big twist per movie) so that the eventual first viewing is surprising yet familiar. This can be best seen with Avengers: Infinity War, where, daughter murder and finger snapping aside, the story was broadly all in the trailer.

What they're doing with Captain Marvel, then, is more in-line with Solo than it is Thanos. There has to be a reason, but one that justifies working against every understood rule in marketing (not to mention leading to two so-so trailers that keep the audience at arm's length) has yet to emerge.

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It's foolhardy to say Captain Marvel risks being a box office bomb. What Carol Danvers represents as the first solo female superhero in the MCU overrides any lack of recognition, and the whole Marvel machine is so conditioned now it will take a genuine misstep to slow down. However, in the marketing, Marvel has nevertheless taken a rather rogue step that could hurt what's set to be an all-timer 2019.
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The new Captain Marvel trailer dropped last night, revealing more about the highly anticipated Marvel Studios movie. Though much of the movie still remains a mystery, we’ve picked up more clues about Captain Marvel‘s plot and its hero, played by Brie Larson.
The film follows Carol Danvers, an Air Force pilot who became endowed with incredible cosmic powers and is now part of a cosmic team known as the Starforce. But upon her return to Earth, she realizes that there’s more to her past than she realized.
The new trailer depicts Carol’s search for answers, and perhaps something more sinister at play with the team of “noble warrior heroes” that she works with. Let’s dive into the Captain Marvel trailer breakdown.
After we see a longer version of familiar sequence in which Carol beats up a Skrull hiding in the form of an old woman on the subway, we cut to Carol and Nick Fury on the road, as the newbie S.H.I.E.L.D. agent attempts to summarize Carol’s whole mission.
“So Skrulls are the bad guys, and you’re a Kree, a race of noble warriors?” Fury asks dubiously. “Heroes. Noble warrior heroes,” Carol answers, before cracking a smile. I couldn’t help but suspect that Marvel added a shot of Carol smiling early in this trailer to counteract all the dumb calls for a smiling Captain Marvel after the first trailer. She’s not here to look pretty for you guys.
But here’s where the big debate lies for the second Captain Marvel trailer: what color is Carol Danvers’ blood? Now reworked to be a part-Kree hero, she would ostensibly bleed a bright blue color, but in this shot, and ones shown later, her blood seems to have a greenish blue tint. The only other Marvel character I can think of who bleeds green is the Hulk. Considering the revelation that Carol is not only part Kree but was engineered to be “superior,” could she be a result of additional genetic engineering? Maybe some Skrull DNA is involved?
Or maybe the lighting is just weird here.
Here we see Carol in her Air Force pilot uniform, in the life-endangering event that endowed her with Kree powers. She’s been struck by some weapon that emits some blue, crackling energy and lies helpless on the ground as someone in a green outfit approaches her.
This is what I was referring to with Carol’s powers being more than just a cosmic accident. Here, she is being given Kree blood — which again, looks just a little greenish blue. Maybe it is just the lighting.
“Your life began the day it nearly ended,” Annette Bening‘s mystery character tells Carol. “We found you with no memory, we made you one of us. So you could live longer, stronger, superior. You were reborn.”
This is our first glimpse of the four-time Oscar-nominated star’s unknown character, who has only been cryptically described as a “scientist” by The Hollywood Reporter. Based on her appearance here and what she tells Carol about making her “one of us,” it seems Bening is playing some kind of Kree scientific authority, though some fan theories posit that she could be the Supreme Intelligence, the leader of the Kree empire, which usually takes the form of a giant sentient head.
Here we see Carol being blasted away by a massive explosion of blue energy — likely the one that envelops her in the earlier shot. She’s in her Air Force uniform and we can see the wing of her aircraft underneath her, so this is probably the moment when Carol gains her powers.
The mohawk helmet!! The iconic outfit championed by comic book writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and made popular in her 2012 run of Captain Marvel is finally realized on the big screen, even if the colors are in the Starforce’s color scheme.
It seems that Carol and Nick Fury’s investigations aren’t totally being done under S.H.I.E.L.D.’s official approval, as the two are seen commandeering an aircraft on Earth. Even though she’s without memory of her past save for a few muddled flashbacks, Carol settles easily back into the controls — despite Fury’s anxiety.
IS IT GREEN OR BLUE?
Ben Mendelsohn’s Skrull baddie is seen here supposedly attacking Carol Danvers after she had her cosmic, life-altering accident that turned her part Kree. But curiously, his outfit is purple and doesn’t seem to match the approaching figure we saw in the first shot.
If Carol was an Air Force pilot, why would her files be classified under S.H.I.E.L.D? Was the agency already aware of extraterrestrial threats in the ’90s before the events of Captain Marvel? It seems like Thor wasn’t the inciting event for the agency to investigate aliens after all.
“I keep having these memories. Something in my past is the key to all of this,” Carol tells Fury, which leads them on a merry chase through classified files and restricted S.H.I.E.L.D. areas. But considering the pile of photographs and mementos, as well as Carol’s melted dog tag shown here, this looks more like Carol’s old house than a clinical archive room.
Here’s a clear shot of Mendelsohn in his Skrull prosthetics, just because. And because he seems to know more about Carol than she does, egging her on with a cryptic, “Would you like to know what you really are?”
In what seems like a shot of Carol’s training to be in the Starforce, she gets a verbal lashing from Jude Law, who is oddly mean here. “You’ve come a long way, but you’re not as strong as you think,” Law’s mystery character says. Maybe his mean attitude is explained by his still-unknown (probably) identity.
And there he is: Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace). The character made a splash when he appeared in some of the official stills for Captain Marvel, but it’s still uncertain what part he plays in the film. The genocidal Kree warrior was a big villain from Guardians of the Galaxy, so it seems like he would also antagonize Carol, but that may be complicated by the fact that she is now part-Kree, too.
Marvel chief Kevin Feige has been teasing that Captain Marvel is the most powerful hero in the MCU, and here we can see why. Carol’s full Binary powers are on display in this shot, making her look like she’s going Super Saiyan — which is actually not far off from her abilities in this form.
When Carol goes “Binary,” an identity introduced in the comics in the 1980s and the early 1990s, she is able to tap into the power of a white hole, giving her the ability to utilize all types of energy on the electromagnetic spectrum. This means she can move at the speed of light, breathe in space, and even control gravity to an extent. Those are cosmic abilities that exceed what any of the other Marvel heroes can do. She has since lost those powers in the comics, but it seems like in Captain Marvel she’ll be able to access them, maybe as some sort of final form that had been untapped until now.
“I’m not going to fight your war, I’m going to end it,” Carol declares, as we see Binary Captain Marvel in her mohawk element and iconic red, gold, and blue colors. Tell me this shot doesn’t make you emotional.
Captain Marvel is not even out yet, but already her cat has stolen the movie, both in this new trailer and in the poster for which its butt went viral. But here’s the thing: that’s not a cat.
The furry “adorable” creature is named Goose in the trailer (in an apt nod to Top Gun), but it’s likely that this is the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Carol Danvers’ fan-favorite pet, Chewie. In Kelly Sue DeConnick and Jamie McKelvie’s comic book run, Chewie is revealed to be an alien known as a Flerken. On the outside, Flerkens look exactly like cats, but they have a few notable differences. For one, they lay eggs. Two, when they attack, a huge set of pink tentacles that emerge from their mouths. And lastly, they are highly intelligent beings that contain pocket dimensions inside their mouths, allowing them achieve dimensional travel — which could perhaps have something to do with Captain Marvel’s absence until now. So yeah, that’s a pretty powerful cat.
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CAPTAIN MARVEL: All The Best Moments From The Jaw-Dropping New Trailer In GIF Form

It's fair to say that the Captain Marvel trailer blew all of us away, so we've now rounded up a selection of GIFs from this latest sneak peek featuring the moments you'll want to watch again and again...




While it's looking increasingly unlikely that we'll get a trailer for Avengers 4 this week, it's hard to complain too much after being treated to a new Captain Marvel sneak peek!

Most of us didn't expect to get another glimpse at the Marvel Studios movie until early next year, but with the new trailer more than likely set to play in theaters in front of Mary Poppins Returns, Disney was smart to try to appeal to female moviegoers by releasing this. Regardless, there's an awful lot here for comic book fans to get excited about.

We've already delved into the most noteworthy moments and delivered over 55 screenshots but now we're focusing on the best scenes in GIF form so you can watch them over and over, getting a much closer look at these jaw-dropping action sequences.

So, to take a look at the full gallery, simply click on the "View List" button down below.



Kevin Feige has said that Captain Marvel is the MCU's most powerful superhero and we're treated to a taste of that here as Carol Danvers seemingly goes full Binary in this gorgeous shot.



A great look at Carol using her powers, something tells me that the Kree may have found a way from stopping her fully unleashing her awesome abilities or simply don't know how strong she is.



This is a cool superhero entrance for Carol but even more interesting for fans is seeing how her helmet works and the way it creates that mohawk comic fans will be all too familiar with.



If you're looking for a GIF featuring an old woman pulling off some kickass ninja moves before having her head slammed into a pole, then this is indeed the one you've been searching for!



Brie Larson wants Carol Danvers to be inspirational to young girls and something tells me that will most definitely be the case when Captain Marvel blasts into theaters next March.



We still don't know how or why Carol ends up changing the colour scheme of her costume but damn, it looks cool! Here, she can be seen unleashing her powers on some Kree foot soldiers.



Amazing, right? This costume looks even better than most of us hoped and if this still isn't enough to sell you on the movie, then Marvel Studios should probably just give up right now.



What an incredible shot. While there's a lot of VFX on display here, that's never been an area which has posed a problem for Marvel Studios and you can bet your life Carol will look great in action.










A fun sequence showing the dynamic between Carol and Nick Fury, the signs are pointing to the future S.H.I.E.L.D. agent having a sizeable role in this movie as we learn his origin story too.
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CAPTAIN MARVEL: Check Out Over 55 Hi-Res Screengrabs From The Epic New Trailer


Last night, we were treated to the second trailer for Captain Marvel and these new hi-res screengrabs from that sneak-peek provide a detailed look at the biggest and most epic moments. Check them out...




While we'll hopefully hear some news later today about whether or not the Avengers 4 trailer really is coming tomorrow, the focus is currently on Captain Marvel, a movie which is obviously being released a couple of months before the Avengers: Infinity War follow-up.

The second trailer for Captain Marvel featured plenty of big reveals and some great imagery which is sure to win over any fans who might have been on the fence after that first sneak peek.

In fact, it's easy to imagine this being one of 2018's best superhero movies and it's hard not to get excited after seeing Brie Larson's Carol Danvers blasting through the air powered up as Binary. Throw in a better look at the Skrulls (who now have a much more sinister appearance after that somewhat underwhelming first official image) and this trailer was downright amazing.

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CAPTAIN MARVEL: Breaking Down The Biggest Reveals And Easter Eggs In The Second Trailer - SPOILERS

Following the release of the second trailer for Captain Marvel, we take a closer look at the epic sneak peek to bring you all the biggest new reveals and Easter Eggs from the upcoming Marvel Studios movie!




As promised, Marvel Studios released a brand new trailer for Captain Marvel last night and it definitely didn't disappoint. Featuring jaw-dropping action scenes, plenty of huge reveals and moments which are bound to get fans talking, if you weren't excited before, you most definitely will be now.

Today, we're taking an in-depth look at the second trailer for Marvel Studios' latest to highlight the most significant Easter Eggs and scenes which not only shed some light on what to expect from this movie, but quite possibly Avengers 4 ahead of its release next May.

From clues about the Kree/Skrull War to Carol Danvers' incredible powers and some big changes to the hero's origin story, there's a lot to unpack here and quite a bit you may have ended up missing. So, to check out this trailer breakdown, all you guys have to do is click on the "View List" button.

Punching An Old Lady



Bizarrely, the first Captain Marvel trailer received some backlash because it depicted Carol Danvers punching an elderly woman in the face. Well, Marvel Studios doesn't shy away from that meme-worthy moment here but it's now made clear that she is indeed a shape-shifting Skrull.

What's interesting is just how formidable a fighter the alien appears to be as it unleashes some impressive fighting skills in a bid to slow Carol down (which ultimately proves to be fruitless).

"Noble Warrior Heroes"



Everything we've seen of the Kree both in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (not that the show really "counts" in the MCU proper) points to them being villainous.

Carol, however, clearly has a very different interpretation of them and while that could be because she's been brainwashed or has only seen one side of the aliens, something tells me that it will be this ongoing Kree/Skrull War which sees their true colours finally come to light.

The Crash That Changes Everything



It's hard to say what Marvel Studios has planned for Captain Marvel's origin story but there are definitely some clues in this trailer and we can probably piece together at least a rough outline.

From what's shown here, it seems as if when Carol crashes her jet, she's exposed to the radiation given out by the explosion of the Psyche-Magnetron (just like her comic book counterpart) before being rescued by the Kree and fully transformed into a half human/half Kree being they can use in their war against the Skrulls.

It also seems as if a Skrull was there when she got her powers and I can't help but wonder if we're going to get a twist of sorts where it's revealed that they're maybe not as bad as the Kree claim.

Carol Danvers Loses Her Memories



The comic book version of Captain Marvel has suffered from amnesia and in order to tell her origin story in a slightly different manner, that's a plot device being used in this movie as well.

There's clearly something in the hero's past which is key to unlocking those memories (she pretty much says so herself) and we're no doubt going to discover what that is right alongside her.

The Supreme Intelligence



During the trailer, we get our first official look at Annette Bening as, presumably, the leader of the Kree. It wasn't until the poster was released on Sunday that we even received confirmation she's in the film but if I had to hazard a guess about her true identity, I would be willing to place money on the actress being The Supreme Intelligence.

It's hard to imagine spending time on the Kree homeworld without being introduced to that being but a massive jelly-like face in a jar really isn't the easiest thing to pull off, so no one could blame Marvel Studios for reimagining the character for modern audiences.

Reborn



For those of you wondering what leads to Carol Danvers becoming the most powerful hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this trailer definitely provides some clues as we see her receiving a Kree blood transfusion which is bound to radically alter her DNA.

Throw in that explosion early on and it's clear that Captain Marvel is a forced to be reckoned with.

Inside S.H.I.E.L.D.



This looks very similar to the hangar Nick Fury showed Steve Rogers in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and my guess is that this is S.H.I.E.L.D. starting to create more and more weaponry to try and protect the world (which will ultimately lead to the Helicarrier becoming part of the MCU, quite possibly thanks to some salvaged Kree or Skrull technology).

Either way, this leads to one of the coolest Easter Eggs in the trailer for Marvel fans...

A Prototype Quinjet



Make no mistake about it, this is definitely an early version of the Quinjets S.H.I.E.L.D. uses in The Avengers that Tony Stark later modifies as a means of transport for Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

It was a great idea to include this here and a recent LEGO set actually revealed that Nick will also take flight in one of them in order to help Carol battle some Skrulls (there's nothing to say we'll see that play out, of course, given past experience). Regardless, it's funny seeing what a different sort of attitude the younger Fury has in this movie.

How The Helmet Works



The vast majority of fans didn't think that we'd see Captain Marvel's mohawk in this movie but the trailer finally reveals how that will work and also why it's been included beyond it looking cool.

As you can see in the trailer, the helmet forms in the same way as Star-Lord and pulls Carol's hair up into a mohawk, presumably to stop it from getting in the way when she's flying into action.

The Skrulls



Marvel Studios is really holding off when it comes to revealing too much about the Skrulls and we've yet to see them use their shape-shifting abilities. This trailer makes it clear that they're looking for a war against the Kree, though, and it definitely appears as if some improvements have been made to their appearance with VFX when compared to that first official still from Entertainment Weekly.

Yon-Rogg?



Earlier this week, some Funko Pops leaked online which named Jude Law's character as Yon-Rogg, a Captain Marvel villain who actually makes more sense to include in this movie than Mar-Vell.

The officially released images replaced "Yon-Rogg" with "Star Commander" so now we don't know what to believe and this trailer definitely does a good job of making Law's character come across like a villain. Whether or not he is is hard to say and it could be a case of misdirection.

Whatever the case may be, don't be shocked if the amnesiac Carol Danvers is given the "Mar-Vell" codename, hence why she ends up being called Captain Marvel...

Captain Marvel Vs. The Kree



While Carol is wearing her classic comic book costume in the second half of the trailer, we see what appears to be her taking down some Kree soldiers, a sign that their villainous motivations will ultimately end up being revealed. The scene flashes by very quickly so it's hard to say for sure.

Captain Marvel taking on both the Kree and Skrulls would be a heck of a lot of fun to see, though.

War



There's only one glimpse of Ronan the Accuser in this latest trailer and that shows him watching a war outside his ship, presumably as the Kree battle the Skrulls. The question is, is that Earth beneath the warzone or Hala? There's a popular fan theory doing the rounds that Marvel will find a real-life event to explain the war above our skies in the movie but we'll have to wait and see.

S.H.I.E.L.D. Director



Ben Mendohlson is playing the villainous Skrull leader Talos in Captain Marvel but he'll also be shape-shifting into the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and something tells me that he's leading these men (aliens?) in pursuit of Nick Fury and Carol Danvers as they steal a Quinjet.

It's hard to escape the feeling that this movie will be an origin story just as much for Carol as it is for Nick so him rebelling against his superiors and ultimately being named Director definitely makes sense. Notable by his absence throughout this sneak peek, though, is Agent Coulson!

Binary Unleashed



Well, if Marvel Studios was looking for a way to sell this movie, the final sequence definitely does the trick!

As Captain Marvel blasts through the sky (not all that differently to Iron Man in The Avengers), she effortlessly destroys spaceships and it's easy now to see why Nick Fury decided to reach out to her to help take down Thanos once and for all.

If anyone can stand up to the Mad Titan, it will be Carol, and it's going to be interesting seeing just how much Marvel ends up exploring the hero's "Binary" persona in this adventure.

Is That How Nick Fury Loses His Eye?



Many fans have been disappointed by Chewie being renamed Goose in Captain Marvel but could that be because there's more to this "cat" than meets the eye?

Beyond how weird it is to see Fury making a fuss of Carol's pet, speculation is running rampant that this cat is really a Skrull in disguise that will ultimately be responsible for costing the future S.H.I.E.L.D. Director his eye. After all, that would certainly go some way in explaining those scratches!
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For many fans, the current Captain Marvel costume is the defacto suit for the character, but it took a bet between Kellys Sue DeConnick and Jamie McKelvie to bring it into reality.



The current Captain Marvel suit debuted in Kelly Sue DeConnick's Higher, Further, Faster, More storyline, which had Carol Danvers accepting the mantle of Captain Marvel, giving up her Ms. Marvel name. The new suit itself was designed by artist Jamie McKelvie, but the process of actually getting the redesign done was a bit of a problem early on.


As DeConnick explains, the character was a big fan favorite but didn't have the notoriety she has nowadays, so Marvel wasn't exactly willing to dole out the big bucks for a costume redesign.


“So [editor Steve Wacker] sent some designs that were done in-house and I did not love them," DeConnick told Polygon. "And I was like, ‘Can we get Jamie McKelvie to do this?’ And he was like, ‘No, we don’t have the budget for it.’"


McKelvie has made a name for himself not only as the artist on The Wicked + The Divine but also as part of Project Rooftop, a place where costume designs are often submitted in a hope to improve costume design in the comics industry. For DeConnick, he was the one who needed to take a crack at the costume, and she kept pushing to try and make it happen.


“I like to say I’m good at taking no for an answer, but I’m really not,” DeConnick said. “And so I kinda kept pushing for it. And Steve was like, ‘No. But you know ... if Jamie were to do a redesign ... just on his own, and you were to happen to come upon it and send it to me ... I might be able to get Marvel to pay for it.’


“And so I called Jamie and was like, ‘Alright, I want you to make a bet with me," DeConnick said. "I bet if you do a Carol Danvers redesign for Captain Marvel that Marvel will buy the design from you. And if I win this bet, then I get a redesign and you get paid. And if I lose this bet, I will pay for the redesign. My husband would have murdered me, because you don’t front money for billion dollar companies. I mean, I would have murdered me, that’s nonsense.”
The good news is after McKelvie submitted his design Wacker got Marvel to buy it, and it was just as good as DeConnick was hoping for.


“It was extraordinary,” DeConnick said, “because he’s probably the best designer working — as far as the look of contemporary hero costumes goes ... He knocked it out of the park.”


Now fans will get to see that costume come to life on the big screen when Captain Marvel hits theaters next year.
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Captain Marvel Trailer Easter Egg Reveals Infinity Stone Connection





An Easter egg in the Captain Marvel trailer confirms that the movie will involve The Avengers' Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. - a subtle tie to the Infinity Stones. Captain Marvel seems to serve as a prequel to the entire Avengers franchise, revealing a never-before-seen early adventure of Nick Fury and Phil Coulson. It appears to show just why Fury became a believer in superheroes, with Captain Marvel serving as the inspiration for the entire Avengers Initiative. But it looks as though the connections may run a lot deeper than that.
Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. is lifted straight from the comics, where it was envisioned as a scientific base in the Adirondack Mountains. It was originally intended to oversee research on alternative forms of energy, but it gradually became a center for some of the world's most advanced technology. The MCU version was first referenced in Iron Man 2, which revealed that Howard Stark had been involved in the project prior to his death in 1991. It was finally seen on the big screen in The Avengers in 2012, when Loki infiltrated its facility in the Mojave Desert.


The second Captain Marvel trailer has finally confirmed that Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. will appear in the film. One scene in the trailer sees Nick Fury and Carol Danvers steal a Quinjet - one with a P.E.G.A.S.U.S. logo on its wing. It looks like Fury has taken Captain Marvel to a P.E.G.A.S.U.S. base, which makes sense; the Captain Marvel teaser showed a Quinjet flying into space, and even modern Quinjets don't have that capability. But a P.E.G.A.S.U.S. Quinjet - probably a rarer design, built as a result of a partnership between S.H.I.E.L.D. and NASA - could well be able to do that.





The P.E.G.A.S.U.S. reference is important for another reason, however. It's important to remember that, in The Avengers, the P.E.G.A.S.U.S. base in the Mojave Desert was the place where S.H.I.E.L.D. was researching the power of the Tesseract. Given the Mojave Desert is primarily located in southern California and Captain Marvel takes place in Los Angeles (while on Earth), it's quite likely this is the same facility. The Space Stone was retrieved by Howard Stark sometime before his death; he used to work with P.E.G.A.S.U.S., so it's possible he studied the Tesseract there, and that it remained at the Mojave Desert installation until Loki's arrival in The Avengers movie.

It's interesting to note that Ben Mendelsohn's Captain Marvel character Talos, the Skrull war-leader who has used his shapeshifting powers to infiltrate S.H.I.E.L.D., appears to lead a security team at the P.E.G.A.S.U.S. base. Is this just a coincidence - or have the Skrulls targeted this specific installation for a reason? The Tesseract may actually be an important part of Captain Marvel's plot; perhaps the Skrulls have learned that the Space Stone is on Earth, and their entire invasion is really an attempt to acquire it. There's a comic book precedent for that idea; in 2007's Secret Invasion event, the Skrulls focused a phenomenal amount of effort on capturing the advanced technology kept at P.E.G.A.S.U.S., and they could have the same motive here. If this is indeed the case, and if the Tesseract does play a part in this film, then Captain Marvel won't just be a prequel story for the Avengers franchise; it will instead set the scene for the entire MCU.
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Marvel's Joe Quesada Explain's Captain Marvel's Mohawk Design






Marvel fans are now rather used to seeing Captain Marvel with a mohawk when she's fully armored up, but Marvel had to be sold on going with that design, and Joe Quesada recently broke down part of that process.
Captain Marvel was rocking her full red and blue costume complete with that trademark helmet in the newest trailer, and Marvel's Chief Creative Officer took the opportunity to explain how the mohawk design came about on social media, complete with sketches.


"Since it seems to be a topic of conversation today I dug up the original sketches I did while in the Marvel office to try to sell the team on Carol's mohawk hair helmet,' Quesada wrote. These were all on three separate scraps of paper but I condensed them here. In the initial drawing I was trying to give Carol a haircut that would work inside the helmet in order to give the mohawk shape. The rest were rough concepts of what it may look like when the helmet wrapped around her head. @McKelvie took that and made it look much cooler."

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Since it seems to be a topic of conversation today I dug up the original sketches I did while in the Marvel office to try to sell the team on Carol's mohawk hair helmet. These were all on three separate scraps of paper but I condensed them here.

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The full costume redesign wouldn't be realized until Jamie McKelvie got his hands on the character, which wasn't easy to make happen, though Kelly Sue DeConnick came up with a bet to make it into a reality.
“And so I called Jamie and was like, ‘Alright, I want you to make a bet with me," DeConnick said. "I bet if you do a Carol Danvers redesign for Captain Marvel that Marvel will buy the design from you. And if I win this bet, then I get a redesign and you get paid. And if I lose this bet, I will pay for the redesign. My husband would have murdered me, because you don’t front money for billion dollar companies. I mean, I would have murdered me, that’s nonsense.”


It all worked out in the end, as McKelvie delivered and Marvel bought the design.
“It was extraordinary,” DeConnick said, “because he’s probably the best designer working — as far as the look of contemporary hero costumes goes ... He knocked it out of the park.”
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Captain Marvel Easter Egg Might Be a Major Connection to The Avengers





The new trailer for Captain Marvel hides an Easter egg that may spoil at least one connection to 2012's Avengers, and tie Carol Danvers to Marvel Cinematic Universe continuity.
As Screen Rant notes, S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S., which was first mentioned in Iron Man 2 and then fully revealed in The Avengers, will have a role to play in the 1990s-set film.


The trailer depicts Nick Fury and Carol Danvers stealing a Quinjet emblazoned with the P.E.G.A.S.U.S. logo. In all likelihood, Fury takes Carol to the same P.E.G.A.S.U.S. facility in the Mojave Desert that was destroyed in The Avengers after Loki invaded to steal the Tesseract.



The Tesseract was housed and studied at that facility, perhaps even by Howard Stark himself at one point. It's possible that the infiltration by Skrulls, led by Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), is part of a grand scheme to obtain the Tesseract and harness its power.


What all of that indicates is Captain Marvel, as a prequel, will not only fit into the MCU timeline, but retroactively set the stage for key events that follow.

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck from a script they wrote with Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch, Meg LeFauve, Nicole Perlman, and Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Jude Law as Mar-Vell, Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, Ben Mendelsohn as Talos, and Lashana Lynch as Maria Rambeau. The film arrives on March 8, 2019.
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Captain Marvel Trailer 2 Breakdown: 38 Story Reveals & Secrets You Missed





The new trailer for Captain Marvel has released, revealing new secrets about the movie's story. The House of Ideas has carefully staggered their trailer releases, with Captain Marvel getting her chance to shine ahead of the impending Avengers 4 trailer. This is essentially an origin story for Marvel's latest superhero - albeit one handled very differently to the traditional origins. In this case, it looks as though the movie will see Carol discover her own backstory, with the viewers working it out in-step with the cosmic hero.


This second Captain Marvel trailer actually reuses, or recontextualizes, a lot of scenes from the first teaser. It's surprisingly light on plot, although a lot of the details seem to confirm major theories. The most potent scenes, of course, are those in which Captain Marvel displays her power. Marvel's Kevin Feige has said that Carol is "as powerful a character as we’ve ever put in a movie," and he's described her power levels as "off the charts." Brie Larson herself has even quipped that her character can move planets. This trailer gives a first look at Captain Marvel operating at that kind of power-level, taking on the Binary form she wields in the comics.


So let's take a deep-dive into the trailer, and explore just what it reveals about Carol Danvers's MCU origin story. Little by little, the story of Captain Marvel is taking shape - and this offers some important clues.
38. The Skrulls Are Shapeshifters: Explaining The Old Lady Punching

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The first trailer included an unforgettable scene in which Captain Marvel punched an old lady on one of the Los Angeles subway trains. It proved to be a surprisingly controversial scene, although Marvel lovers quickly explained that the elderly woman was probably a Skrull, an alien shapeshifter. That's now been confirmed, with an extended action sequence in which the helpless old woman fights back - even managing to knock Carol off her feet. A voice-over from Samuel L. Jackson tells viewers all they really need to know; "So, Skrulls are the bad guys," he observes, clearly trying to get his head around the cosmic infodump he's likely just received. Notice the growl Carol's opponent gives after she's been struck; there's a sinister, almost reptilian, sound to it. That fits perfectly with the design and aesthetic of the Skrulls.

37. The Kree: A Race Of Noble Warrior Heroes (For Now)

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What follows is dialogue presumably from early on in the film, with Captain Marvel giving Nick Fury the lowdown on the Kree and the Skrulls. At this point, she genuinely believes that the Kree are exactly what she says here - "noble warrior heroes." Of course, the trailer will go on to strongly imply that Carol has been deceived, and by the end of the movie she'll be battling the Kree as well as the Skrulls.
36. The Kree Starforce

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This is another look at the Kree Starforce. They're an elite group of warriors assembled by Jude Law's as-yet-unidentified commander, and all characters who are traditionally enemies of Carol Danvers in the comics. They include Djimon Hounsou's Korath the Pursuer, Algenis Perez Soto's Att-Lass, Rune Temte's Bron Char, and Gemma Chan's Minn-Erva. None of them are A-list villains, with Minn-Erva probably the best known; she's a Kree geneticist with no qualms about experimenting upon "lesser races" such as humans. It's still possible Minn-Erva was involved in the experiments on Carol.


35. Korath

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Djimon Hounsou is reprising the role of Korath the Pursuer in Captain Marvel, a character introduced as one of Ronan's allies in Guardians of the Galaxy. It seems that, back in the '90s, he was a member of the Starforce. What's uncertain, though, is whether or not Korath was already working for Thanos as one of his agents. The recent tie-in novel Thanos: Titan Consumed suggested that Thanos attempted to broker an alliance with the warlike Kree shortly after learning about the Infinity Stones; Korath has often been tied to Thanos, so it's entirely possible he was on loan to the Starforce. It will be interesting to see if Thanos is mentioned.

34. Captain Marvel's Origin Story

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"Your life began the day it nearly ended," a voice-over begins, as the Captain Marvel trailer reveals just how Carol Danvers wound up a member of the Kree race. It seems US Air Force pilot was caught up in a devastating crash, and was left collapsed on the ground, her body irradiated with as-yet-unknown energy. She was then approached by an unknown figure, clearly intended to be one of the Kree. The trailer sets elements of this crash up as a major mystery, and it's hardly a coincidence that the identity of the Kree who discovers Carol - most likely Jude Law's character - is obscured.
33. Carol Danvers Has Blue Blood?

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One noteworthy part of Captain Marvel's origin in the new trailer is a shot of her bleeding blue, Kree blood shortly after the explosion. This may just be from the impact of the Kree bomb, although given the later discussion of experimentation opens up another interesting possibility.

The comics have recently rewritten Captain Marvel's origin to reveal that she was born a human-Kree hybrid, and that her powers were activated when she was irradiated with Kree energy - rather than originating in that explosion. It's possible the film is taking a similar approach. More likely, though, this is a hint to viewers that the flashbacks shouldn't be assumed to be accurate. After all, Carol's memories are fragmented, and believed to be being manipulated. This may indicate the confusion in her mind.




32. Hala

This trailer includes a lot more footage of the Kree homeworld of Hala. The architecture is fascinating; note the strange, blocky building style, which dovetails perfectly with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2's hidden Kree city. There'd been previous speculation that the planet would only be explored through flashbacks, but that doesn't look to be the case; it really does seem as though the film will genuinely explore the Kree capital.
There are a number of shots of the dusty orange world from orbit, including several that show it being approached by Kree ships. Hala appears to be quite a busy spaceport, which makes sense given it's the center of the Kree Empire.




31. The Supreme Intelligence

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This appears to be some sort of Kree Memory Chamber, and that's pretty interesting. Firstly, it indicates that the Kree do indeed possess the power to store - and thus presumably manipulate - memories. That's significant, as it supports the popular theory that the Kree are responsible for Captain Marvel's amnesia. Secondly, this may be the MCU equivalent of the Kree's Supreme Intelligence, a being created by uploading the minds of their greatest thinkers. In the comics, the Supreme Intelligence is actually the ruler of the Kree, guiding the race's development. One of its key concerns is ensuring the continued evolution of the race, who are stagnant in evolutionary terms. The Supreme Intelligence would thus be very interested indeed in a Kree hybrid.

30. Could Annette Bening Be Mar-Vell?

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When Annette Bening was first cast in Captain Marvel, there were reports that she was playing Carol Danvers' mom, Marie. This trailer reveals that isn't the case; instead, she appears to be a Kree scientist or leader, the one who seems to be responsible for transforming Carol Danvers into a Kree warrior who calls herself simply "Vers". Given Jude Law is believed to play the Kree villain Yon-Rogg, it's possible Bening is actually a gender-swapped Mar-Vell (a role Law was rumored to be filling). In the comics, Mar-Vell was the Kree hero who first encountered Carol; she got drawn into Mar-Vell's world, and was transformed when she was exposed to Kree energy.

29. The Explosion In More Detail

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These flashbacks revisit Captain Marvel's origin, and show that the crash evidently damaged something aboard the Kree ship - leading to a massive explosion. Carol Danvers' body was irradiated with unknown energy, and she was transformed. A brief glimpse of the explosion was shown in the first Captain Marvel trailer, but this shows it in detail. The energy blast is undeniably reminiscent of a similar blowout in Ant-Man & the Wasp, so this could well be Quantum Realm energy.
28. Captain Marvel Lives Longer, Stronger & Superior

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The Captain Marvel trailer neatly explains why Carol won't have aged between the events of her solo movie and Avengers 4. "You could live longer, stronger... superior," Bening's character notes. It seems the Kree will decide to literally transform Carol into one of them, experimenting upon her on a genetic level. Here, you can see what could either be a blood transfusion - or, instead, the moment when Carol Danvers' DNA is rewritten by alien science.


27. Vers in Starforce Mode

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The Captain Marvel trailer then jumps to show Vers - as Carol is known on Hala, revealed by the Funko toys - serving as a member of the Starforce. The film is known to open with a Starforce mission to the world of Torfa, a misty world that has been infiltrated by a Skrull shapeshifter. It's generally believed that a victory at Torfa gives the Kree intelligence that leads the Starforce to Earth. Notice that there's a subtle difference between Captain Marvel's energy effect here, and those later in the trailer - the blue flares around her hands aren't quite so pronounced when she takes on her traditional red costume.

26. The Skrull Experiment Upon Captain Marvel

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This image sees Captain Marvel subjected to unknown experiments, with some sort of energy flaring into her temples. This was seen in the first trailer, and was believed to be a Kree memory-modification device; the voice-over at this point seems to imply that's true. Look closely, however, and it becomes clear that the voice-over is misleading; something else is going on here. There's a Skrull stood next to Carol Danvers, not a Kree - which raises a lot of unexpected questions. Perhaps the Kree and the Skrulls worked together when experimenting upon Captain Marvel? In the comics, Kree renegades have worked with Skrulls on occasion to reignite the war between their races. Or perhaps this is a Skrull infiltrator, a spy who's sneaked in to see what's being done to the human; in one scene in the trailer, the Skrull leader Talos suggests he knows exactly what Captain Marvel really is, and that idea would explain his knowledge.



Alternatively, it's also possible that Captain Marvel will wind up captured by the Skrulls at some point in the film, and that they'll conduct their own experiments upon her. This machine closely resembles one Carol Danvers was subjected to in Uncanny X-Men #163, a device used to evolve her as a potential Brood host. In doing so, they unwittingly unlocked the power of Binary - a power-set displayed later on in the trailer. Perhaps this is a similar experiment, although it's unclear why the Brood would be trying to enhance Captain Marvel's powers.
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