Published: Wed, January 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes



She also has to prove to Fury that she's not a Skrull herself.

Captain Marvel's entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe is sure to shape the entire series heading forward - not only will she play a role in Avengers: Endgame, but she's perhaps the most powerful hero introduced so far.

On March 8th, we're getting the big screen debut of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, an Air Force fighter pilot who vanishes from Earth and winds up being inducted into the alien race, The Kree, and becoming a member of Starforce, an elite, Special Forces-type group of Kree warriors.

Though it doesn't confirm any details about the Supreme Intelligence, a newly-released featurette goes behind the scenes of Captain Marvel, showing actress Brie Larson's process for becoming Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. Do you need grunge Carol Danvers in your life? That probably explains why Nick Fury's final act before turning to dust in Avengers: Infinity War was to send her a distress call.

In the clip, we also see a glimpse of Agent Phil Coulson.

The whole thing ends on the same kind of humorous note it began: Carol places a S.H.I.E.L.D. hat on her head and jokes with Nick, "Does announcing your identity on clothing help with the covert part of your job?" Yeah, these two are gonna get along just fine.

Plus, with tickets now on sale, there are a few cool new posters specific to different formats. Take a peek at them below.

Speaking of keeping secrets, Feige also confirmed the popular prediction that the marketing for Endgame wouldn't show us much beyond the first 15 or 20 minutes of the film. In his first appearance at the Golden Globes, Feige addressed fans' fears and doubts about Avengers and other films in the pipeline, in an interview with MTV News.

Monday night marked the arrival of brand new footage from Captain Marvel. Fans eager to secure their spot to see the 21st MCU movie in theaters can do so by heading to Fandango right now.

Captain Marvel opens March this year.

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