The film is written and directed by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, Marvel's first female director.
Not only does Captain Marvel's arrival illuminate an exciting new corner of the MCU, but she's set to be a pivotal presence in the series moving forward. Fans started speculating on when that first trailer would drop, and every passing month Marvel fans thought, "Surely THIS will be the month, right?"
The teaser for "Captain Marvel", which debuted on "Good Morning America" Tuesday, gave viewers an action-packed look at Brie Larson in the title role. We're more ready than ever for the MCU to take this next big step, with Carol Danvers leading the way. Brie Larson's superhero has descended on earth after a long, long wait. It's the first fronted by a woman, and boss Kevin Feige recently called her "more powerful than any character we've introduced thus far". From the looks of it, a war between the Kree and the Skrulls. Before the scene ends, we see a glimpse of the pager's screen, which features Captain Marvel's iconic logo. But she eventually signed on because "just seeing a character who says how she feels and says what's on her mind and doesn't let people stand in her way is incredibly empowering".
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But no details were agreed and Washington and Pyongyang have sparred since over what that means and how it will be achieved. Moon has reiterated that any progress in inter-Korean relations should go hand-in-hand with relations with the US.
We meet Jackson's Fury as the trailer is shown from his perspective. It appears that the movie will very much focus on Carol's memory and past, as she doesn't remember growing up on Earth and joining the Air Force- all of which appear in brief shots in the trailer.
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It's clear from the trailer that the film is not an origin story.