The Avengers returns for major cameos; the 33rd film of the MCU is a tip of the hat to the franchise’s legacy.
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Ahead of the November 10th release of Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels, Marvel Studios unveiled its latest trailer today, which provides a glimpse of the coming showdown.
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Despite the Avengers triumphing over Thanos and saving the universe, it is clear that achieving lasting peace remains a distant goal. Now, with the arrival of a powerful new enemy, Kree warrior revolutionary Dar-Benn (Zawe Ashton), Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel (Iman Vellani) must prepare for a challenging a new battle where victory will not be easy.
Ahead of Friday’s release of Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels, Marvel Studios unveiled its latest trailer today, giving a glimpse of the coming showdown. The 120-second promo opens with flashbacks of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Captain America (Chris Evans), with a voiceover from Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) saying, “Heroes, it’s an old-fashioned idea, but the world can still use them .”
We’ve destroyed Thanos… but it’s not over,” says Carol Danvers, to which Thanos’ voice adds, “My work is inevitable. There will always be more… to finish it off,” as Dar-Benn appears, about to embark on an important mission.
“She tore a hole in the universe,” says a shocked Monica Rambeau, adding, “A different reality flows into ours.” “I’m invincible,” Danvers reminds Benn, to which the latter replies, “Your powers only make me stronger.”
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The promo goes on to show glimpses of Benn’s power, which appears to be on par with that of Captain Marvel, Rambeau and Ms. Marvel combined, as Fury urges the heroes to engage in “one last stand”.
Meanwhile, providing strong support for S.A.B.E.R.’s efforts, King “Val” Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) appears at the end of the trailer and advises Captain Marvel: “You can stand tall without standing alone.”
Serving as a direct sequel to 2019’s Captain Marvel, the studio called The Marvels “a moment that changes everything.” The film is the 33rd installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has seen a decline in audience interest in the post-pandemic era, despite maintaining its position as the highest-grossing film franchise in history.