Jude Law's Walter Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell, is also featured in the trailer, telling Danvers that she has come a long way, but she's not as strong as she thinks. Elsewhere in the trailer, we do see some more significant aspects of the movie, including the fact that Marvel seems to be introducing a new origin story for Danvers. And she's got a formidable enemy in the form of the Skrulls - the notorious Marvel baddies made all the more unsafe by their shape-shifting abilities. "If anyone tells you different don't trust them". Should Goose think Fury is threatening or hurting Carol, she might attack. Because she pushed this forward, you know?
What does this have to do with the MCU, you ask?
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We got our first taste in a teaser-trailer released September 18. We come to know that she was in the air force and was brought to life from the dead for a greater objective. "There's a high-concept action-movie feel there that ends up being very character-based but also super badass, which is kind of the bullseye we wanted to hit". And in it, we see Larson's Carol Danvers' doling out the fisticuffs. Yes, she may be known as Chewie in the comics, but one thing that comes as a surprise is that Fury is a cat person. Vinyl Figures that are tied-in to the highly-anticipated film that features Academy Award-winning actress Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, the titular heroine and perhaps the most powerful character in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ben Mendelsohn plays their leader Talos, who spearheads a Skrull invasion of Earth.
The film, directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, isn't Marvel's first foray into sci-fi - that honour goes to the Guardians of the Galaxy- but it has an element of mystery that will be fun for comic book fans to unpeel. If anyone can be considered an expert in pop culture from the mid-1990s, when Captain Marvel is set, it's Smith; his directorial debut Clerks was released in 1994.