1 moment in the new 'Captain Marvel' trailer really has people confused

We’re ready for Captain Marvel to take her place as the MCU’s strongest hero

We’re ready for Captain Marvel to take her place as the MCU’s strongest hero

First appearing in Giant-Size Ms. Marvel #1 (April 2006), Chewie has already had quite a history - leaving Earth, scrapping with Rocket Raccoon, and laying 117 eggs that hatched into a new alien kitten race.

While Disney's Marvel franchise has had many female heroes, including Black Widow and Scarlet Witch, "Captain Marvel" is the first solo film from the studio to be led by a woman.

Captain America star Chris Evans posted three "mind blown" emojis on Twitter, while his fellow Avenger, Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye in the films, wrote, "Let's go!"

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How many times have you seen the trailer for Captain Marvel?

The Skrulls and the Kree - the alien race that Carol becomes a part of after a device it created inadvertently gives her powers - have always been enemies so it's likely, she saw through this Skrull's old lady disguise and dealt with the Deviant accordingly. That makes Captain Marvel the fourth most-viewed Marvel trailer for the same time frame.

"I am not what you think I am", Larson's character says towards the end of the trailer, just before her body lights up like a ball of fire.

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The trailer begins with Brie Larson ( Captain Marvel) crash landing into Earth, the Blockbuster video store making amply clear that the film is set in the 90s.

The cast extends beyond Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson to include returning actors Lee Pace and Djimon Hounsou ("Guardians of the Galaxy") and Clark Gregg ("The Avengers", TV's "Agents of SHIELD") as well as new faces such as Jude Law ("Sherlock Holmes" movies"), Ben Mendelsohn ("Rogue One: "A Star Wars Story"), and Gemma Chan ("Crazy Rich Asians", "Humans").

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