With the release of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's Captain Marvel now a mere two months away, the Marvel Powers That Be have unlocked the most stokedness-inducing look at the '90s-set prequel yet.
The latest trailer, which first dropped during some sort of televised footballing Monday night, includes some noteworthy Skrull explainery and plenty of replayable Brie Larson/Samuel L. Jackson moments. Also: the return of Clark Gregg's Agent Phil Coulson. Catch all 90 seconds of the new sneak peek up top.
Marvel also shared exclusive poster designs from the teams at IMAX, RealD, and Dolby:
Larson, Jackson, and Gregg are joined in Captain Marvel by Ben Mendelsohn, Lee Pace, Jude Law, Djimon Hounsou, and Annette Bening.
"Art isn't made to be processed and labeled and organized in the way that we do it now," Larson, saying something from which we all could learn quite a bit, told Screen Rant back in December of the film's ambitions. "I even have a hard time with the idea of genre, and that we place value based off of, 'Well, it's really good for a this kind of movie.' What's that even mean? I don't understand."
The understandably anticipated prequel hits theaters March 8. While 2018 saw the now-requisite release of three Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, the gap between Captain Marvel and last July’s Ant-Man and the Wasp is the longest the MCU has seen since 2015-16. Avengers: Endgame wraps the Infinity War story on April 26.
Larson will next be seen with Marvel alum Michael B. Jordan in Destin Daniel Cretton's adaptation of the Bryan Stevenson memoir Just Mercy.