The first trailer for Captain Marvel was released September 18 and provided the first footage from the film, as well as a preview of its tone and ’90s setting – with the latter firmly established by a shot of Larson’s character crashing into a Blockbuster video store. After hinting that something big was going to happen September 5, Larson and Entertainment Weekly revealed the first official image of Larson as Captain Marvel that day. With this adult light-up Captain Marvel costume from Party City, you get to light up the room in true Captain Marvel fashion. The film’s costume featured a more stylized “S” symbol and an intricate design pattern that made the fabric appear alien and highly protective. The image was accompanied by a gallery of official images and a feature that offered a few more details about the plot of Captain Marvel, which will be set after she gains the abilities that make her one of Marvel’s most powerful heroes. The previous trailer for Captain Marvel (see below) debuted December 25 and offered scenes from the movie featuring Larson flying high as the powerful hero.
Looks like those previously leaked photos were just a preview of the full thing – and that Captain Marvel will don her comics costume. Gazillion Entertainment made a splash at PAX East, arriving with the big announcement that Marvel Heroes will be launching on June 4th. In addition, the team gave new details about endgame content, PvP, and special “ultimate powers” for each hero. Just in case you’re thinking Captain Marvel will be nothing but action, Marvel released a new television ad for the film in early February that teased some of the more comedic moments from the film – including a few exchanges between Carol Danvers and Nick Fury, among others. Given everything that transpired in Avengers: Infinity War (including a particular post-credits scene) and the seemingly long stretch of time until Captain Marvel hits theaters, it’s no surprise that Marvel movie fans are looking for reasons to keep talking about both films in order to make the wait seem a little shorter. Given the 1990s setting of Captain Marvel and its cosmic story elements, it’s entirely possible that Cull had a run-in with Carol Danvers at some point, and Marvel has never shied away from including nods to its other films – past or future – in each movie it releases.
In mid-February, Captain Marvel screened for critics for the very first time, and the initial reactions were good. In the comics, Captain Marvel has been an ally and teammate to The Avengers over the years, and critics’ initial reactions to the Captain’s first feature film indicate that she’s off to a great start on the big screen as well. The official photos show off Larson in full-on Captain Marvel gear. Larson posted a new poster for the film to accompany the trailer’s premiere. Along with the premiere of the first teaser for Doom Patrol, DC Universe also debuted a collection of character posters for each of the members of perhaps the strangest team of characters to be adapted in live-action form for DC Comics. These posters each follow unique designs that reflect the nature of each character and tease unique personalities amongst the group as well. Also appearing in the gallery are returning characters Korath (Djimon Hounsou) and Ronan (Lee Pace) from Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as new characters played by Jude Law and Ben Mendelsohn, among others. You can start the gallery of new posters by clicking “Next”.
I have been a big Captain Marvel fan for a while now (can a guy rock this, cause I think she is a complete badass) and think I’m going to be bold and use this tutorial to be able to put together one for myself for Halloween next year (If I start now it should take me about that long to complete it lol). Captain Marvel is set for a March 8, 2019, release. In the case of Captain Marvel, the change in color scheme feels like an important plot point. Scheme based on different colorations from the Strider Hiryu manga. Fans have pointed out that this teal suit is reminiscent of the first Captain Marvel: the alien hero Mar-Vell, who sported a green color scheme. DeConnick said she still has no idea whether McKelvie would have actually taken her up on that money, but her plan was to pay for it out of pocket if necessary. It’s still needlessly pantsless, and it still has the trailing scarf, which we are one hundred percent sure more than one villain has grabbed and choked her with. For those who want something more comfortable to wear, there’s always Carol’s flight suit from the fateful day of the crash.