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Now Playing: Captain Marvel Trailer Breakdown!

A new trailer for Marvel's next big movie, Captain Marvel, has been released. Marvel has announced that the premiere trailer will debut during Monday Night Football on ESPN today, December 3. The game starts at 8:15 PM ET / 5:15 PM PT, but there is no word as of yet as to when the trailer will drop during the matchup between the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles. Whatever the case, we'll post it here on GameSpot as soon as we can. [Update: The new Captain Marvel trailer has arrived, and it clears up any lingering questions about why Captain Marvel punches an old lady.]

To help ease the wait for the trailer, Marvel released a brand-new poster for Captain Marvel, showcasing Brie Larson as the star. Check it out below. This should help make up for any disappointment over the recent lack of an Avengers 4 trailer, which some had expected to arrive last week. Avengers 4 is still expected to get some kind of trailer before the end of the year.

Monday Night Football airs on ESPN, whose parent company is Disney (which owns Marvel), so the Captain Marvel trailer premiering on the sports network makes a lot of sense.

Captain Marvel is set to premiere in March 2019. The first Captain Marvel trailer came online in September--you can check out GameSpot's in-depth breakdown in the video above.

In addition to Larson in the title role, Captain Marvel--which is set in the 1990s--stars a two-eyed, digitally de-aged Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Jude Law as a Kree commander, Ben Mendelsohn as Talos, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, and Gemma Chan as Minn-Rrva. You can see a full breakdown of who's in the movie here.

Larson, who won the Best Actress Oscar for his role in Room, will play Captain Marvel again in 2019's untitled Avengers 4.

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