Captain Marvel Trailer Update: Everything We Know About The Movie
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The first trailer for Captain Marvel is finally here, and fans couldn't be more excited about Marvel's next movie, which doesn't hit theaters until Spring 2019. The first female-focused solo film promises some action both in space and right here on Earth. Now, with the release of more information about the film, official set photos, the new trailer, and a breakdown, a wider picture for the movie has been painted.
Again, it's early, but this film looks exceptionally promising for a few reasons. While many Marvel fans are still trying to get over the ending of Avengers: Infinity War, Captain Marvel won't be a follow-up, as it takes place at least two decades prior, during the '90s. In addition, the movie will jump viewers right into the action, skipping out on the origin story. There are also a few connections to other Marvel movies that we've noticed from casting announcements as well as set photos.
We're keeping a running list of every Captain Marvel related announcement, confirmation, and plot detail as they trickle in over the next six months. There have been a few updates recently, including who Ben Mendelsohn and Lashana Lynch are playing in the upcoming film. Keep checking back as we plan on keeping you up-to-date on the latest Captain Marvel news up until its release.
Captain Marvel hits theaters on March 8, 2019. It will be followed sometime in April with the release of Avengers 4.
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