“Avengers: Endgame” blasts into theaters on April 26.
A month after giving fans the second official trailer for the forthcoming “Captain Marvel” film, Disney has unleashed yet another new look at the upcoming flick. On Monday (Jan. 7), the House of Mouse released a new “special look” at the highly anticipated new movie during Monday’s college football National Championship on ESPN.
The minute-and-a-half clip begins with Nick Fury telling Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel that grunge is a good look for her prompting her to respond just as sarcastically by asking if he had a rough day at work. As their conversation in a deserted bar picks up, Fury asks Carol for more information about this supposed space invasion. She answers by telling him a bit about the Skrulls and how they are shapeshifters just like the old lady she knocked out in the first look we got back in September.
Fury, a little (or very) apprehensive, asks Carol to prove that she’s not a Skrull. Of course that results in the poor unsuspecting record player getting blown up thanks to her photon blast. The new teaser also gives Jude Law’s character a bigger presence in the clip, even though it’s just him training Carol to be a Kree warrior. While Disney and Marvel have yet to confirm the identity of Law’s character, fans have been speculating for some time that he will play Captain Mar-Vell. At one point there was confirmation, but Disney withdrew it quickly after.
If that wasn’t enough information in a one-minute time span, then there might be an Avengers Initiative Easter egg lurking around the one-minute mark. Young Phil Coulson is briefly shown with his voice asking Fury “You think you can find others?” Fury responds with “She’s just the beginning.”
Watch the full trailer above.
“Captain Marvel” flies into theaters on March 8, 2019. Tickets are currently available on Fandango.
Remember in September when there was a slight uproar when the first Captain Marvel trailer landed and we saw our hero punch a smirking old lady in the face? Fans were quick to defend the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe by saying that the old lady was a Skrull in disguise. Well, now those naysayers need to eat some crow because the hardcore fans were definitely onto something.
On Monday (Dec. 3), the long-awaited second trailer for Marvel’s upcoming Captain Marvel debuted during Monday Night Football. The almost-two-and-a-half-minute clip includes some previously seen footage from the upcoming film, like the old lady getting punched, while also giving viewers a better look at Carol Danvers’ backstory.
We get to see how she was recruited by the Kree (she was “saved”), her past life as an Air Force pilot, a conversation between her and Fury about the Skrulls (“So Skrulls are the bad guys?”) and Kree (“noble warrior heroes”), and Fury freaking out when he meets Danvers’ cat Goose (speculations have started that Goose is the reason Fury loses his eye).
But none of that prepares you for the moment when Danvers tells the Skrulls, “I’m not going to fight your war. I’m going to end it.” Cue the chills down your spine.
Watch the latest trailer for Captain Marvel above.
Captain Marvel flies into theaters on March 8, 2019.
With a few months left until the release of the highly-anticipated sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, Disney is giving fans one more trailer before things go quiet until November. On Thursday (Sept. 20), the House of Mouse unleashed the final trailer for the Wreck-It Ralph follow-up, Ralph Breaks the Internet. Until now, the film’s plot remained unknown with the trailers focusing more on Ralph and Vanellope’s out-of-water experience in the world of the interwebs and Vanellope interacting with Disney’s slew of princesses.
The two-and-a-half minute trailer begins with a voiceover from Vanellope as she recounts how she was having the time of her life until her arcade game’s steering wheel breaks. Due to the broken controller, the arcade owner has to pull the plug on Sugar Rush, leaving all the game’s characters in a panic. Ralph’s solution to the problem is simple; go into the world of the internet and get a new steering wheel.
Throughout the trailer, the viewer watches similar scenes that were featured in the previously released clips, but are given some new material as they witness the darker version of Sugar Rush; Slaughter Race. While trying out Slaughter Race, Vanellope not only meets the game’s most popular racer Shank (voiced by Wonder Woman herself Gal Gadot), but also realizes that she might like the world of the internet better than her life in the arcade.
“I don’t think I could ever tell Ralph,” Vanellope admits to Shank as a holographic version of Ralph looks at the duo from afar.
“There’s no law saying best friends have to have the same dreams,” Shank responds.
Watch the full trailer above.
Ralph Breaks the Internet infiltrates theaters on Nov. 21.
With a month left until the release of Deadpool 2, the final trailer for the upcoming summer blockbuster made its way onto the internet on Thursday (April 19).
Watch the two-and-a-half-minute clip above which finds Deadpool protecting a kid, introducing his new teammates, and throwing some massive shade at the DC universe (“So dark…are you sure you’re not from the DC universe?”)
Deadpool 2 is set to hit theaters on May 18.
The merc with a mouth is back!
On Thursday (March 22), the official trailer for Deadpool 2 was unleashed to an excited fan base. The trailer features everything we grew to love about the original film and introduces us to new characters like this film’s villain Cable, Domino, and the newly united X-Force. Oh yeah, and we can’t forget Wade and his colorful vocabulary.
Watch the two-and-a-half-minute trailer for Deadpool 2 above.
Deadpool 2 is set to hit theaters on May 18.
“What would happen if we took Ralph out of the land of arcade games and dropped him in the middle of Wi-Fi land?” That may have been the question that sparked the inspiration behind the Wreck-It Ralph sequel. On Wednesday (Feb. 28), the first official trailer for the upcoming film made its way onto the internet following days of teasing.
The over two-minute-clip begins with the owner of the arcade walking in with an internet router under his arm and eventually connecting to the World Wide Web. While Ralph and Vanellope are strolling, they notice this thing called “WIFI” and decide to take a look at it. Before their eyes, they are taking a ride through the internet cable eventually dropping them in the middle of the information hub (Google, maybe?) which looks like a technological version of New York’s Grand Central.
While at the hub, the duo encounter an overwhelming amount of places to go to, personifications of click bait, an auction on eBay for a velvet painting of a sorrowful kitten that can look into your soul, and eventually end up in the middle of a kid’s game.
Watch the trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 above.
If the idea of taking Ralph out of his arcade game and thrusting him into the internet may seem a little much for this small-game character, co-director Rich Moore said they did this on purpose to allow the writers to tell bigger stories.
“To take these characters we love and have them enter the enormous world of the internet has given us so much to explore,” Moore explained in press release back in March of 2017.
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is set to hit theaters on Nov. 21.
Deadpool 2 will hit theaters on May 18.