New CAPTAIN MARVEL Trailer Takes Us Higher

Avengers Endgame

Captain Marvel Super Bowl Spot Goes Higher, Further, Faster

As The Ringer pointed out past year, the "Infinity War" trailers were full of misdirections and little lies to keep people from understanding the full film.

In other news, Recently, The Russo Brothers also reacted to the Avengers: Endgame hype with a hilarious response of their own.

One character that many are anxious about dying in Endgame is Tony Stark.

There is a lot to take in from the Brie Larson interview in In Style, but the moment that stuck out the most to me was her comparison of Carol Danvers to Indiana Jones. Could it be Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)? Perhaps they're meant to create speculation among Marvel fans. There's a quick shot of Tony Stark and Nebula working on something that could suggest she helped him get off Titan, or maybe they are figuring out a way to get home.

Aside from this, we're curious what the surviving members of The Avengers are all looking at in the sky.

Nissan announces X-Trail production will move from Sunderland to Japan
Nissan announced at the weekend that it had chosen to build its new X-Trail model in Japan, rather than at its Sunderland plant . X-Trail was already going to be made in Kyushu, but there was a good business case for bringing production to Europe as well.

"This new plane featuring Captain Marvel will delight guests of all ages", Natalie Bowman, Alaska Airlines' managing director of marketing and advertising, said in a news release.

The speculation has been fueled by two scenes in particular.

After hearing our thoughts on what might happen to Rocket and Thor, what do you think the MCU has in store for this dynamic duo?

Captain Marvel - the first female-led Marvel movie - arrives March 8, 2019. Avengers: Infinity War did most of the heavy lifting crossing $2 billion with its earnings worldwide with Black Panther and Incredibles 2's earnings also playing a vital role.

The trailer leaves many questions open for debate and largely left devotees on the edges of their seats; at least for now.

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