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As revealed by Nerdist, the book - which takes place post-Snap - sees Dr. Selvig and Darcy reuniting with Jane to form the "Science Avengers" as they set about investigating the cause of the devastation which has left humanity decimated. She's left her earthly life behind to join an elite Kree military team called Starforce, led by Jude Law's enigmatic commander. It also unveils that the film will center around the Kree and Skulls, two alien races featured heavily in the Marvel comics. She's been struck by some weapon that emits some blue, crackling energy and lies helpless on the ground as someone in a green outfit approaches her. Coupled with gorgeous shots of Carol using her powers, Captain Marvel looks like it will be something special. At the same time, we see a much younger Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who is assigned to keep track of her and her activities.

The trailer starts off in a subway auto, where Captain Marvel (Larson) is on the prowl for her enemy and looking through the aisles. The helmet! And I'll be damned if they didn't pull off easily the most hard part of Captain Marvel's costume damn well.

And it turns out in one of the trailer's few surprises that Fury has a thing for cats as we see him getting cuddly with Danvers' pet feline Goose. Carol's attempt to recover her memories as an Air Force pilot may uncover a secret both the Skrulls and the Kree want to remain hidden, even if Talos appears to offer it to her during one moment in the trailer.

Captain Marvel is a survivor (what), she's not gonna give up.

This second glimpse at the upcoming tentpole expands upon some of the more wonderfully mysterious imagery from the first trailer, which showcased that Larson's character's origin is twofold. Gee, I wonder what that war could be?

Release date: Captain Marvel will arrive in cinemas on March 8, 2019 in Ireland and the US.

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