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03 Dec 2018

'Captain Marvel' new poster revealed ahead of second trailer

As we enter the final month of 2018, Marvel fans can barely contain their excitement since 2019 signals the arrival of two major additions to its cinematic universe.

Captain Marvel will be Marvel's first female superhero film where Brie Larson plays Carol Danvers, or Captain Marvel.

And, a brand new poster has arrived before we see her in action in the second trailer.

Here's a sneak-peek.

In context

'Captain Marvel' new poster lands before second trailer

Check out the poster here

Details

Decoding the poster: The significance of the aircraft

The poster shows us Captain Marvel in her superhero outfit displaying her powers, while the background shows two types of aeroplanes.

One is a military jet undoubtedly referring to Carol's start of her career as an Air Force pilot.

The other shows an alien aircraft perhaps signalling her time as a feared member of the alien elite Kree military unit called Starforce.

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Trailer

When is the trailer dropping

While Marvel Studios released the poster on December 2, the second trailer will air today.

It will reportedly debut on ESPN during the halftime of Monday Night Football.

Notably, the news was first reported by industry pundits, John Campea and Daniel RPK of Super Bro Movies.

The first trailer had debuted in September to massive applause from fans eager to know Danvers' origin story.

Story

What is the movie all about?

Set in the 1990s, the film follows the story of Danvers as she dons the mantle of Captain Marvel.

The solo origin story will trace her journey from the Air Force to the alien Kree race.

Set in a previously unseen period of Marvel's universe, the movie will show the battle between the Kree and Skrull races as Danvers finds herself caught in between.

The people behind the movie

Directed by Ryan Fleck, the film also stars Jude Law, Gemma Chan, Ben Mendelsohn, Annette Bening, Clark Gregg with Samuel L. Jackson returning as a younger version of Nick Fury. The film will hit theaters on March 8, 2019.

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