There's plenty of new footage as we see a Skrull transformation - in case we were left in any doubt who the Big Bads of the movie and potentially Marvel's future are - and a potential Kree-Skrull war as Ronan the Accuser looks out a giant space war being waged overhead.
It then shifts to detail the Skrull space invasion, with Carol stating that the evil extraterrestrials are shape-shifters that can not be trusted - not even when they appear as gentle, sweet old ladies. Happily obliging, Carol fires off a Photon blast and cracks, "A Skrull can not do that". And after she shows him the full extent of her powers, he and rookie agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) start to wonder whether there might be other heroes out there like her. What's more is we also get to see more playful chatter between Brie Larson's Danvers (slash VERS slash Marvel?) and Samuel L. Jackson's (young and two-eyed) version of Nick Fury and let me tell you, I am here for the back-and-forth sass. Yeah, these two are gonna get along just fine.
Marvel Studios has got you, fam. Take a peek at them below. To mark the event they've also unveiled a new "special look" at the upcoming long-awaited film.
World Bank president to step down February 1
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva will serve as interim president upon Kim's Feb 1 departure, the bank said in a statement. Last April, the Bank also increased its capital by $13 billion with the unexpected support of the Trump administration.
Captain Marvel, the origin story of Brie Larson's Carol Danvers, will introduce the superhero who is eventually going to play a larger role in Avengers Endgame.
Two months out, Atom and Fandango have both begun selling tickets for opening weekend screenings of Captain Marvel. In the movie, he will be seen as Ronin's new persona. The real question though is whether Avengers: Endgame can live up to the hype, and we'll find out when the film hits theaters on April 26th, 2019.