Captain Marvel's Cosmic New Poster Arrives Ahead Of Fresh Trailer

Captain Marvel's Cosmic New Poster Arrives Ahead Of Fresh Trailer

The most anticipated trailer of the world, Avengers 4 is all set to be released this week.

Unsurprisingly, Brie Larson looks like a total boss in this new poster, glowing with power, fists curled with rage.

While Captain Marvel will be the MCU's first female-lead superhero movie, it will also be the first to have a female director and a number of female writers.

Yes, we're going to have to wait just a little bit longer for that Avengers 4 trailer, but we are getting a few new glimpses at the hero who is going to save all the Avengers' asses.

Excited yet? It's clear that Marvel's really about the crank the marketing machine for the film into overdrive now and the more we see and hear about Carol's first standalone outing, the more anxious we get to finally lay eyes on it. You'd think a company with it roots in an art-based medium would be able to employ better poster artists, but I guess that's too much to ask for.

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One interesting tidbit from this poster: Jac Schaeffer, who is writing Marvel's Black Widow standalone movie, is listed as a writer on Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel is here, and she's frickin' huge!

After seemingly months of expectations and false dawns, it's widely being predicted that we'll also get to see the first Avengers 4 trailer - or at least some sort of teaser that will confirm its title.

A new Captain Marvel poster has been released, with the reveal presaging the film's next trailer release during ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast on December 3.

It's said the shebang will go off on Good Morning America on ABC on Wednesday morning, U.S. time, which is usually how these things have worked in the past.

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