At this point I'm ready to release my own Avengers 4 trailer, which consists of stick figures of superheroes yelling very loudly. Besides introducing the first female headlined Marvel superhero flick, Captain Marvel is important also because of the implications it has for Avengers 4.
Of course, some fans will argue that's impossible since Spider-Man died in Avengers Infinity War and such a teaser wouldn't be appropriate before knowing how he's resurrected in Avengers 4. The 21st film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe happens to be the origin story of Captain Marvel, and it'll likely answer some of our biggest questions in anticipation of Avengers 4. With these two mega trailers lined up backed to back it's going to be a kick start for the Christmas season. Slowly the release date was rumored to be in this week itself. It appears that the background is hinting at Captain Marvel's being torn between her life on earth and her place in the skies in Starforce with the Kree military, but we'll get a better idea of her storyline once the highly anticipated trailer drops tomorrow.
It's been almost three months since the first Captain Marvel trailer dropped, near breaking the internet in the process. Multiple sources, including /FILM, The DisInsider, SuperBroMovies, and MCU Cosmi are saying to expect it to air on Good Morning America on ABC on Wednesday.
However, yesterday Marvel studios tweeted about a change in plan.
2018 was filled with some incredible movies, many of which we all knew were going to be very big hits, like Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther, but the year was also filled with movies we didn't anticipate as successful but blew us away like Annihilation or Searching. The first trailer released in September 2018 and Captain Marvel is all set for release on 8th March 2019. Most notably will be Marvel's yet-to-be-titled Avengers 4, the follow-up to last year's Infinity War.