Watch New Captain Marvel TV Spot, Dumbo Trailer
Disney has been on a trailer spree today. In addition to the new Aladdin trailer that revealed an unsettling look at Will Smith as the Genie, Disney and its subsidiary Marvel released new spots for Captain Marvel and Dumbo today.
The Captain Marvel TV spot, titled "Ready," shows more of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers and some of the struggles she faces before becoming Captain Marvel and dealing with the Skrulls. It looks like viewers are in for quite a journey with Captain Marvel (and her companion, Goose the cat). Check out the spot in the video embed above and read our Captain Marvel review for more.
The new Dumbo spot is longer, coming in at around 60 seconds. It provides even more close-ups of the impossibly cute, big-eared Dumbo, as well as the best look so far we've gotten of Michael Keaton's villainous character, who recruits Dumbo for one of his new attractions. Dumbo is directed by Tim Burton, who directed Keaton in Beetlejuice back in 1988.
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Captain Marvel hits theatres on March 8, with Dumbo following on March 29. It's a very busy start to the year for Disney, as Avengers: Endgame from Marvel arrives in April, with the new Aladdin coming in May. Star Wars: Episode IX comes out in December, so Disney is poised for another huge year.
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