New Avengers: Endgame trailer features Captain Marvel at last

New Avengers: Endgame trailer features Captain Marvel at last

The Carol Danvers solo movie has been compared frequently to Wonder Woman, because it is to Marvel what the latter was to DC: the respective studios' long overdue first movie with a female hero as the sole titular lead. The film is now playing.

We have reached out to the film's distributors Eveready Pictures for a comment.

"Disney's regional office did not give Pakistan the rights to run the Marvel superhero film".

It's uneven, somewhat weakly written, and it drags a bit, but it's still a fun ride.

Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Algenis Perez Soto, Rune Temte, McKenna Grace, Clark Gregg and Jude Law. However, the film dropped further on Wednesday.

Online trolls have taken offence to both of these elements, specifically targeting the film's Rotten Tomatoes page and lowering its fan score to 28 per cent "Fresh" before the film was even released.

The trailer also teases Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson, joining forces with the remaining Avengers. She is suitably heroic in the lead role, but her line deliveries tend to fall flat. Larson, who won an Academy Award at 27, has taken that power and used it only for good: It is she who demanded diversity in the press corps, causing the Toronto and Sundance film festivals to change their accreditation processes; it is she who cast the rising Mamoudou Athie as her co-lead in the her still-unreleased directorial debut Unicorn Store and it is she, doing her presenterly duty as a past victor in 2018, who refused to clap as Casey Affleck, accused of sexual harassment by two women, accepted his Oscar.

It's the first time she's publicly spoken out on the film. And as for the battles-Captain Marvel is essentially undefeatable, so you get to watch her kick asses from here to outer space, on screen as in life. Recent MCU offerings like Thor: Ragnarok and Doctor Strange felt like moments of progress for the series, in that they offered uniqueness, visual style, and true emotional heft.

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