Yes, like its Marvel forefathers Captain Marvel has a post-credits scene. "The stories they've told have been so diverse, but regardless of the subject matter, they can dive into it and hone in on that character's journey".
Or maybe the problem was Captain Marvel herself, as portrayed by Brie Larson.
Captain Marvel is in many ways a paean to empathy and intuition, qualities commonly associated with women but beneficial to anyone willing to tap into themselves.
"Then, everything is in relation to the man and about whether or not he will give her validity". I'm using the term "first footage" because the footage shown here was an assembly of scenes rather than a fully cut-out trailer. Brie Larson can act; I've known that since Short Term 12.
After years of waiting, watching for the original release date, and living through several rescheduled dates, I am so pleased to say Captain Marvel's movie release date is today: March 8, 2019. It is like going to work every day.
But the risks, no matter how calculated, can not be ignored.
That it does it all this with aplomb is another win for Marvel Studios mastermind Kevin Feige's practice of hiring innovative indie film directors - like "Thor: Ragnarok's" Taika Waititi, "Black Panther's" Ryan Coogler, "Guardians of the Galaxy's" James Gunn - to steer these big-budget action vehicles. We've wondered what happened to Fury's eye since we first met him in Iron Man, but he's made only one direct mention of it: in 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, when he tells Captain America (Chris Evans) that he lost his eye after giving away trust too easily. If Marvel didn't say another word about anything Avengers-related between now and the movie's release, the pent-up anticipation that's left fans in suspense since last year's Avengers: Infinity War cliffhanger would still be enough to pack theaters.
You know, we very specifically have been holding back on anything leading up to Endgame, and as connected to that, Far From Home. And we figured, as we always have, the way to pay honor to him is the way we've been trying to do while he was alive, which is the movies. "Just like people we have extroverts and introverts".
The film spells out its goal, clearly aided by dialogues that check all the trending words - feminism, female representation, diversity, racism and xenophobia moulded in signature Marvel-esque humour.
It's been nearly a year since we saw Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) hit that button at the end of Avengers: Infinity War to page his intergalactic ally Carol Danvers (Brie Larson). But what helps the film most is Larson's earnestness as the new hero on the horizon, who is capable of taking on Thanos in "Endgame". She also added that playing a superhero is exhausting. It's also steeped in '90s nostalgia for parents and grown-ups to enjoy.