The ultimate trailer for The Marvels sees a band of heroes unite for “one final struggle.”
Brie Larson‘s Captain Marvel joins forces with Iman Vellani’s Kamala Kahn/Ms. Marvel, Teyonah Parris’ Captain Monica Rambeau, Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie, Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury and doubtlessly extra Marvel characters to defeat Zawe Ashton’s Dar-Benn within the upcoming superhero movie.
The 2-minute take a look at the sequel debuted throughout Monday Night time Soccer and kicks off with a glance again on the Avengers’ conflict in opposition to Thanos, which arrange the stakes for The Marvels group as they put together to go up in opposition to a strong enemy.
“That is only the start,” Ashton’s villain says early within the trailer, as she opens a gap in area, resulting in a special actuality main into Earth. “She will’t be matched. Can’t be managed,” Jackson’s Fury tells Carol, earlier than including, “I’m asking for one final struggle.”
The movie follows Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, who has reclaimed her id from Kree and brought revenge on the Supreme Intelligence, in line with its description. When unintended penalties result in a destabilized universe, she is shipped to a wormhole linked to a Kree revolutionary, inflicting her powers to turn out to be entangled with Kamala and Monica’s.
Director Nia DaCosta acknowledges her Marvel installment is popping out at a time when persons are beginning to really feel superhero fatigue, however she’s assured The Marvels will stick out.
“The most important distinction from the opposite [Marvel Cinematic Universe] films thus far is that it’s actually wacky, and foolish,” the Candyman helmer beforehand mentioned. “The worlds we go to on this film are worlds in contrast to others you’ve seen within the MCU. Shiny worlds that you simply haven’t seen earlier than.”
Gary Lewis, Web optimization-Jun Park, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur and Saagar Shaikh spherical out the solid of DaCosta’s movie. Kevin Feige produces the sequel, with Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Mary Livanos and Matthew Jenkins serving as government producers.
The Marvels hits theaters Nov. 10.