“The Marvels” Teaser: Brie Larson’s Powerful Pose.

In the next MCU film, Larson co-stars with Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani, and others.

The Marvels

New, thrilling photos from The Marvels have surfaced, displaying the formidable might of Carol Danvers, who will pair up alongside Monica Rambeau and Kamala Khan.
With the heroes inexplicably connected and exchanging powers, The Marvels will be a sort of sequel to WandaVision, Ms. Marvel, and Secret Invasion.
A new period of the Kree Empire will be represented by Zawe Ashton’s Dar-Benn, a Kree bad guy who has emerged from the ashes following a catastrophic meeting with Captain Marvel.

Four years have passed since Brie Larson debuted as the brave Carol Danvers in 2019’s Captain Marvel, and now the $1 billion-grossing hit is getting a sequel in this year’s The Marvels. In this film, Danvers will (appears to unwittingly) team up with Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau and Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan. New pictures from the movie have been made public in advance of its November 10 release date, and the strongest Avenger (sorry, Thor) looks as frightful as ever.

The Marvels will continue Danvers’ story while also serving as a sort of a prequel to the popular Disney+ series WandaVision and Ms. Marvel, where Parris and Vellani respectively made their acting debuts, as well as this year’s Secret Invasion, in which Samuel L. Jackon reprised his role as Nick Fury. The heroes in the future movie will strangely become connected when they start to switch locations whenever one of them utilises their abilities. In the film, Carol and Monica will reunite after initially meeting in the first film of the former, when Monica was only a little child.But given that Carol is away from the planet as a result of the passing of Maria, Monica’s mother, and her best friend, it seems the S.W.O.R.D. agent may be harbouring grudges that need to be cleared up.

Dar-Benn, played by Zawe Ashton, is a Kree villain who, according to executive producer Mary Livanos, “represents a new era of the Kree Empire after a cataclysmic encounter with Captain Marvel in the past.” The three will battle Dar-Benn in the film. Dar-Benn thus sprang from the ruins of the Kree Empire. The film’s director, Nia DaCosta, is the first Black woman to direct for Marvel. She previously helmed the horror sequel Candyman from 2021. Kevin Feige, the head of the company, is producing the movie together with executive producers Matthew Jenkins and Livanos.Megan McDonnell, a former staff writer for WandaVision, wrote the movie’s screenplay, while Laura Karpman is credited with creating the music. Additionally, Karpman composed the soundtrack for Ms. Marvel and What If?

Will The Marvels Be Able to Recreate Captain Marvel’s Magic?

At the height of the public’s fascination in the MCU, Captain Marvel debuted back in 2019 wedged between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. This undoubtedly contributed to the movie’s stunning $1.131 billion worldwide box office haul. But since 2019, circumstances have changed, and “superhero fatigue” seems to be a buzzword, especially in light of the recent thud of Secret Invasion, the most recent blow to Marvel’s dwindling reputation. Time will tell if The Marvels can match the success of its predecessor in light of this.

On November 10, The Marvels will be shown in theatres. The fresh pictures and the movie’s trailer may be seen below:

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